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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by AgeNt_, Jul 17, 2010.

  1. AgeNt_

    AgeNt_ L5: Dapper Member

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    Its about time I introduced myself here, and give you guys a little more info about me.

    Lets start from the beginning, My name is Nick Drexl and I live in St. Paul, MN. I go to Brown College for a major in Game Design and Development. I'm in my 5th quarter right now there and I have a lot of experience when it comes to game design.

    I've been...
    ...Making source maps for about 3-4 years now
    ...Making Unreal maps for about 6 months
    ...Modeling for 1-2 years
    ...Texturing (Photoshop) for about 2 years
    ...Animating for about 1 year

    When I first started to make maps for Team Fortress 2, I didn't exactly know the gameplay elements like I do now. The first map I was serious about was arena_duke and something was wrong in the map that messed up the map for me. So I decided to take on a big project, hoping like everyone else, to get it officially released. Then came along, pl_promotion. I am still making it to this day. I started working on it in August 2009, and when August comes around again, it will be its 1 year anniversary. I will be releasing a beta soon!

    P.S. I don't know why I don't join you guys in the chat room...

    Thanks!
     
  2. Tekku

    aa Tekku

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    Wait? You aren't new... But you still deserve the rug of shame :D

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  3. AgeNt_

    AgeNt_ L5: Dapper Member

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    lol to me that looks like a sound proof wall.
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    and yeah, i just havnt made an intro post yet.
     
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    eyefork L3: Member

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  6. The Political Gamer

    aa The Political Gamer

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    Welcome! The payload map has a lot of potential in it.