I'm New Here

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by saph, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. saph

    saph L4: Comfortable Member

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    Hey, I'm Dasnvi. I started learning how to map a while ago. I have many unreleased maps that are only on my computer. I have maps mostly for TF2 and a few other Source games. I'm a nerd who likes to do stuff. I love the community on here, you guys have inspired me some.

    One of my most important concepts is: Everything can be improved, it takes time and dedication. Look at dasCMD : I hated looking for quality programs similar to top-of-the-line expensive ones, so I made it myself. I can animate, produce audio, model, program, et cetera in it. It has been in the making a since December 4, 2013. Sorry, but it hasn't been released yet (maybe when I'm a freshman in high school?). Only one other person uses it.

    I'll be more active now that I posted this. See you in-game and online.
     
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  2. worMatty

    aa worMatty Repacking Evangelist

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    Welcome, Dasnvi. My, you are talented.
     
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  3. radarhead

    aa radarhead Hands out ratings like cheap cigars

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    Welcome to the community!

    And, wait, you made a what now?
     
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  4. saph

    saph L4: Comfortable Member

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    Thank you. I guess every day is another time to learn. It seems like I have nothing to do after I run eight miles, so I get back to programming. I'm not creative, but my grinding helps me learn a lot.

    Thank you. dasCMD is pretty much my combined version of top-of-the-line software. It's a program that I started back in 2013, but I'm now rebuilding it from scratch to make it have a smaller file size, more unified, and more powerful than before. Really, it's just a program that shows that you don't always need to buy what you want, you can work for it and get an even better project. (PS: I hate demos that software companies give.)