I am a semi-Professional Mapper, who is knowledgeable and experienced in testing and developing in single player and multiplayer based platforms. I work with the following current generation and next generation developer tools: Unreal Development Kit (UDK), Source Developer Kit's Hammer World editor (Source: SDK), Cryengine 2 and 3. I have a vast understanding of architecture which allows me to translate images into real time game worlds. I put my heart and soul into bringing the most realistic and immersive worlds to the players so they may understand the complexity of a story in a single player campaign, or to help players have a much stronger strategic approach to the planning involved in multiplayer gaming. I have a passion for games and a motive to help move the gaming industry as a whole into the next generation of technology and art fusion, which we know and love, gaming.
Posted by TriPPey on Jun 6th, 2012
Recently, as most of you know, Valve has decided to allow access to the CS:Global Offensive Beta SDK to the current members of the existing CS:Global Offensive Beta. Luckily I was invited by Valve to take part in the beta of CS:GO, so I received the SDK as well.
As most of you do not know, I am a CS:S mapper, so I decided to poke around the new SDK and find all the secretes that it contained from within. I've noticed a few things, such as the shaders for the game being taken from Left 4 Dead, and the fact that the resources used in the game were just a mix of CS:S models and Left 4 Dead 2 props, on the other hand there were a few new props, but they were pretty much useless.
Portal 2 Door?
Once I looked around the SDK I started to work on a few maps, which lead to some trial and error, unfortunately I have not saved much of my early work to be displayed here so there is no point to do so, I mean really, do you want to see a nodraw block in space with some chair on it? Anyways I did have some good ideas that I have started to develop into a map.
For you of those who winged it and pulled a TL:DR, here are some images to satisfy your ADHD learning impaired mind.
Another update soon!