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Alberto309
Alberto309 There Ain't No Rest For The Wicked. Money Don't Grow On Trees.
Nov 9 2012, 4:54am Anchor

Hi all,

My name's Alberto, and I'm searching for pretty good modders (mappers, texture artists, scripters, sound artists, etc.) for a new MOD using the Source Engine.
I want to maintain the MOD unrevealed for the public. But obviously I will tell what MOD I wish to create to the people who's interested to this project. I don't want to create "hype" on something that can maybe be never released if something goes wrong and so on, that's why I want to maintain the MOD unrevealed to the public. I know that this thing is bad but I want to be sure that the people don't attack me/the team saying "DEAD DEAD DEAD" and so on... But I think it can be a pretty good MOD if the people who's interested in this project works well and professionally.

So, these are the "requirements":

  • A good experience with mapping on Source SDK Valve Hammer Editor;
  • A good experience with Photoshop/Gimp or other image editing programs for textures;
  • A good experience with 3D programs for models;
  • A good experience on scripting and coding.

That's all for now, I only need one or two mappers for the moment.
NOTE: You DON'T need to meet all the requirements but just ONE of them (pretty obvious, but I wanted to explain it in any case).

All interested people that meet one of the requirements will be informed to everything to do and will be given all the necessary things and comfort to work as best as they can (except new computer if in possess of a cheaper one), and after they will be "recruited" to the team. The necessary things can be a TeamSpeak 3 server to make possible to work toghether and speak while working and other stuff like this. And obviously some other important stuff for FREE (you'll understand when you know it) to be informed as best as they can to get inside the project properly.

To all the interested people: Just comment this thread saying that you are interested to the project and whatever you want to say, and then I'll contact you personally here on MODDB to give you my personal contacts via PM and talk about the project.

Thank you for reading this, and I wish someone is interested to the project. You wont regret it.

Regards, Alberto309.

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Nov 10 2012, 12:50am Anchor

Hey,

I am not a source programmer, but if you need a website, I can make you one for a small price. I am just starting in web design but I am becoming better and better each weeks.

Alberto309
Alberto309 There Ain't No Rest For The Wicked. Money Don't Grow On Trees.
Nov 10 2012, 4:12am Anchor
Snake956 wrote:Hey,

I am not a source programmer, but if you need a website, I can make you one for a small price. I am just starting in web design but I am becoming better and better each weeks.


Hi Snake956,

thank you very much for your offer but I already have a team skilled in websites creation, they do it for job. I appreciate your offer very much but I don't need anyone for a website.
Thank you for the interest! :)

Edited by: Alberto309

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Charlie_Calstah
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Sep 7 2013, 3:51pm Anchor

Hope it goes well pal. Took me years to assemble a team of 100 and something!

Hope it works-out, nothings worse than having no team, or having a team that don't work as a team.

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Alberto309
Alberto309 There Ain't No Rest For The Wicked. Money Don't Grow On Trees.
Sep 11 2013, 9:54am Anchor
Callum_Sharp279 wrote:Hope it goes well pal. Took me years to assemble a team of 100 and something!

Hope it works-out, nothings worse than having no team, or having a team that don't work as a team.


You said it, pal... Thanks a lot for the interest and for the comment. :)

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