Quake II JumpMod run on an ancient industrial tech map. The idea for this video was to create something more alive and to fill the map with infernal energy in order to enhance the main design element, the skull.
Thanks to ZEROSIGNAL for constructing this exceptional world.
Another addition to the 72THINGS series. This time I felt like going with something less dramatic and more ambient. Actually, this time I finished it earlier than planned because the movie wasn't meant to be as long as the previous one. Frags were made by me and froschgrosch. Have fun!
This frag movie is one of my biggest works, and probably was the hardest for me to create to its date. Nonetheless, I had a feeling that I have to give something back to you for the insane support last year. I wanted to create something from the community to the community of quake live. Therefore, I contacted some guys to send me demo material and voilà, this is what I came up with.
It definitely took me a while and some sleepless nights to finish this, but the result is more than just astronomical (at least for my opinion).
This movie was inspired by the "Colosseum Quake 3 Movie" made by Silu back in 2010 or something. I wanted to create something similar but also a little different, especially mixed up with my editing style.
However, I hope you enjoy the little piece of CTF/CA action. I am also open for every kind of feedback to make my future movies better.
I’ve always desired to produce a compilation video of some of the best tricks on the map, there is a lot of never-before-seen tricks and variations as well.
The idea for the level design comes from “The Broken Edge” remake, which was created by DIRTY & DeAdLy[BITCH]es a long time ago. That map has then been heavily modified by ZEROSIGNAL for the purposes of this project. Combined with atmospheric music and a cinematic intro, this version of The Edge is a breath of fresh air in a game that celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Special thanks to ZEROSIGNAL and Draxi for their help and support.
I havent made a movie in some 10 years but this year's DFWC was so fantastic I put together some memorable moments and runs.
A few notes:
-This movie is meant as a celebration of the event and a tribute to the brilliant work of the organisers, mappers, streamers, donators and of course the runners. My respect and thank you to everyone involved, it was an amazing event.
-I focused on top20 runs and I tried to offer a large variety of runners, a healthy balance of vq3 and cpm. There was twice as much material as I could use so I had to make some hard choices, if you are a top20 runner and you did not make it into the movie I hope you understand.
-No Top1 runs. It is an unspoken tradition that movie makers much more skilled than myself eternalise the DFWC with a top1 runs movie. I did not use any of the top1 material for this reason.