A survival shooter set in Central Asia after the end of civilization.
first comment epic xD gay
alright, -57 is ridiculous admittedly.
Looks good even withouth the shadows. Or am I just blind?
there's shadows there, all right.
On cliffs, but not the eletric stuff.
that's probably some prop_static shadow error, i'll ask hazard what's up w/ it
negative karma for consistency's sake.
Nothing personal just balance.
Looks like they buried you again...
Its difficult to get finer shadows on displacement lightmaps
good point, but there still should be something there
Your mapping still blows my mind.
Nice work guys, i glad to see big maps like this :D
One question, why does Tabtoxin always flames here when he's a I S dev?
Because he's an ***
But why he's still in the developing group?
Because development group needs an ***.
Because hes good at designing huds that he doesn't actually create, just does something anyone with GIMP could do.
lmao, that's the same thing everybody thinks of when they hear of graphic designers and 2d artists
and i do not use GIMP, that's a terrible piece of software
because he's good at what he does and you don't realize he's ******* joking 90% of the time.
Because every worthwhile mod team needs a troll on their side. Psykskallar has Sporkeh, Gear has QuarterLife, and the Ivan's secrets team has Tabtoxin.
omg i hate flamer trollers...............
Holy **** dat landscape shading.
Yet again epic.
That looks VERY NICE compared to some crappy source maps.
Keep up the good work people, its looking pretty realistic.
Big shadow map plus full source shading awesome, what's size shadow map 2x2 or?
Cleverly placed camera angle to obscure devtextured thing in background
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give it up for hazard24
still no new fancy lighting system be patient