Elementary School Warfare is a Cartoon comedy first person shooter on the unreal III engine developed by The Original Studios.
So we got some more awesome content to show you including one of the vehicles that we are thinking of implementing into the game and much much more.
Posted by Dreads.maggs on May 23rd, 2010
We are back with another round of content updates for all you lovely people of ModDB.
We have been working really hard and are working on some key things at the moment including character animations, including facial expressions and things alike which we will be showing you all in the coming weeks. We are still currently working on our first map and are thinking of modifying it slightly to suite the projects needs more than it is now, Lincoln Li is still working on the playground map and we are hoping to show you the progress that he is making really soon.
Mean while our modellers have been keeping busy and I would like to present to you a bunch of them in this new update coming straight to you from the Original Studios team.
So onto the content!
Concepts by Steve Gray
As you can see Steve has been really busy with making us quite a few props for the game and over the next week or so he will be animating the player characters face animations so keep a eye out for when we release that content.
Andranik Aslanyan and Lewis Humpries have been working along side each other to get some more of our instruments for the music classroom sorted, here you can see two of there works models by Andranik and textures by Lewis.
As you can see the team are beavering away like some sort of group of crazed chipmunk's on speed and I would like to thank all of the team for surprising me all the time with the great content that they are producing and the time and effort that they are putting into creating the game.
Thanks guys you are all absolutely fantastic and I could not imagine working with anyone else other than you guys.
So that's a wrap guys. Keep tuned in to see what other content we throw at you all over the next coming week and let us know what you think about what we have done so far and what you think we could do or add to improve the game.