Hello!

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by b1skit, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. b1skit

    b1skit L1: Registered

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    Hi all,

    As I am new to this forum, I wanted to take the time to introduce myself.

    I am a game design student who wants to make a career of level design. I am currently partnered with my fellow student AriZona on a joint TF2 Payload map venture, a project that we are undertaking in our free time. Our eventual goal is to have our map included in a map package for the community to enjoy, so that we may display it in our demo reels.

    We have almost completed our concept and planning stage, and are about to commence the building stage of our project.

    You can keep up to date with my work by visiting www.adambadke.com
    My new website is literally days from being ready, so keep your eyes peeled for some teaser concept shots!

    AriZona and I also plan to create a blog on this forum for our fellow map-heads. Any feedback or comments are welcomed and appreciated!

    Just to get your appetite wet, I have attached a quick concept sketch of 1 building in the first area of our map... Stay tuned for much, much more!

    BiSkiT
     
  2. GrimGriz

    GrimGriz L10: Glamorous Member

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    Lol, if professional level designer doesn't work out, I recommend advertising :)

    Welcome aboard :)
     
  3. b1skit

    b1skit L1: Registered

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    Thanks GrimGriz!
     
  4. Termaximus

    Termaximus L5: Dapper Member

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    Welcome to the community. Very nice sketch! What school are you attending?
     
  5. b1skit

    b1skit L1: Registered

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    Hi Termaximus,

    Thank you very much! Im attending PAVI here in Vancouver.
     
  6. Termaximus

    Termaximus L5: Dapper Member

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    I checked out the website for PAVI looks like a very cool program. Good luck!