My name is Scott and I'm currently residing in West Palm Beach, Florida. I'm relatively new to the modding scene, though I've been involved in mapping for games and have been interested in making games sense I was a kid. I worked for a year as lead artist on Planescape Purgatorio, a Neverwinter Nights 2 (NWN2) campaign and did a lot of texture work, redid the entire GUI, wrote up some documentation, managed a group of artists and generally worked my ass off. I can model, rig, animate, and texture; though if I had to choose I'd rather work on 2D art/modeling instead of rigging and animation.

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Davion Jul 25 2008 says:

The screenshots look amazing so far.

Good luck with this mod, looks pretty ambitious. You might force me buy Kingdoms if you keep this up haha.

+1 vote   mod: Third Age - Total War
Davion May 23 2008 says:

Great mod, I just wish there were more servers :(

+1 vote   news: BF1918 3.0 goes beta - new screenshots avalible!
Davion May 16 2008 replied:

I'm sure it will be more than a couple of months before 1.0 is released. ;)

+1 vote   news: 0.951 is released!
Davion May 14 2008 says:

Really great game, well worth the money.

+1 vote   news: 0.951 is released!
Davion Feb 19 2008 says:

Plundering booty

+1 vote   member: Gin
Davion Feb 15 2008 says:

The video is really awesome, I was actually jumping and a little nervous during some of the parts, like where the player was being chased and trying to close doors. Looks really atmospheric. Keep us updated :)

+1 vote   mod: Whiteday : Source ** Develop Canceled **
Davion Feb 5 2008 says:

Not much :( Trying to find a job so I can get some monies

How about you

+1 vote   member: Gin
Davion Jan 31 2008 replied:

Maybe down the road mods will have something like this, or something similar.

At least give us the achievements and auto-updating, c'mon. :)

+1 vote   news: Valve Unveils Steamworks
Davion Jan 30 2008 replied:

If I'm wrong, and I hope I am, then Valve has pretty much supplied the community with everything but the actual mod. Sounds like it's going to make PC gaming a hell of a lot stronger regardless.

We'll have to wait and see :)

+1 vote   news: Valve Unveils Steamworks
Davion Jan 30 2008 says:

The more articles I've read (which are all more or less confusing and don't really explain what's going on), seem to point more towards it being 'free' to developers after they've purchased it, so that would mean no monthly charges. So a one time buy.

At least that's what I'm kinda picking up from the language that is used and the fact that in order to get more information you have to e-mail someone that is in charge of business relations.

So, my first guess is it's probably something a studio can buy once and not have to worry about it again, and it probably costs enough to where "if you have to ask you can't afford it"

But maybe I'm completely wrong, but that's just my guess.

+1 vote   news: Valve Unveils Steamworks
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