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This subreddit is dedicated to Team Fortress 2 by Valve Corporation. To get an icon next to your user name, use the 'edit' button in the flair section just above this. Class flairs made by: /u/ZefAfrikaansAccent. Please read the Subreddit Rules (this is a link) Join the official r/tf2 Discord. Follow r/tf2 on Twitter - @reddittf2 This subreddit is dedicated to Team Fortress 2 by Valve Corporation. To get an icon next to your user name, use the 'edit' button in the flair section just above this. Class flairs made by: /u/ZefAfrikaansAccent. Please read the Subreddit Rules (this is a link) Join the official r/tf2 Discord. Follow r/tf2 on Twitter - @reddittf2 Something isn't quite right on ctf_sawmill... This is the second episode of my series 'The Fedora Chronicles', though it doesn't have a huge connection with the original. It has taken me around 2 months to make so I hope you enjoy it! Subscribe for more! Created by The Winglet. I made this for a video I'm working on and thought it may be useful to other people. It's a slow, heavy, melancholy walk cycle for the scout which lasts for about 10 seconds. ... SFM_SUBURBIA - A Team Fortress 2 Neighborhood. Created by Benjamoose [NOTE: This was made for the SFM Workshop, and compiled with the SFM ... A bike we made for promo purposes to a set of items we developed for Team Fortress 2. I figured the SFM animators would like to use it in their creations as well. ... Created by The Winglet. ... The deathmatch mercenary is part of a Facepunch project called 'Team Fortress 2 Classic' 【翻唱-守望先锋猎空VS军团要塞Scout饶舌Rap比赛】快进来康康 一人二角 守望屁股 帽子要塞 OW TF2 史上最长的标题 高中生 继续凑字数ing太水了 하는데, 이때 노상방뇨를 하던 레드팀 스나이퍼와 눈이 마주치고, 서로 쏴대기 시작하다가 우습게도 서로 한 대도 못 맞춘다. 여기에 처음에는 둘 다 조준경을 사용하여 조준 사격을 했지만 나중에는 그냥 지향 사격으로 난사한다. 위도우메이커는 스나이퍼가 투척한 병수도를 맞게 된다.장면은 ... 보통 The Winglet이 만든 영상은, ... 팀 포트리스 2 솔저가 로켓 점프로 뛰어들어 공중의 오버워치 파라를 제압하는 연출은 'TF2 X Overwatch Short 2 [SFM]' 동영상을 참고한 것으로 보인다. ... 바로 Team Fortress 2 is also free to uninstall. 转自YouTube，The Winglet频道第二集来了~原标题：Overwatch vs. TF2_ Episode 2 [SFM]原地址：https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQomlr61Bdc O Spy é dublado por Dennis Bateman, o mesmo dublador do Pyro e do piloto do helicóptero no Left 4 Dead. A Mãe do Scout BLU está em um relacionamento com o Spy RED. Um arquivo na base BLU contem fotos documentando suas atividades. O Spy se refere a ela como 'Ma Petite Chou-fleur' ('Minha pequena couve-flor', o que equivale à 'Meu docinho').
So whatever happened to the Mayann update?
2020.03.28 21:56 GlargBoySo whatever happened to the Mayann update?
I remember a couple of years back there was a huge deal being made about a potential Mayann themed community update coming to tf2. Even the winglet made an SFM animation about it with over 1.8 million views, but recently I've heard little to nothing about it. What happened?
2017.09.09 01:28 LittleDinghyA Guide to TF2 Youtubers!
I figured that since many people are getting really antsy for the new TF2 update, I'd put out the most current version of a list I've been working on for a while. I've been collecting a list of TF2 gameplay youtubers. This game has a surprising amount of quality youtubers for how old it is. When I was collecting this list, I kept getting astounded at how much it's grown in the last year. I've discovered new youtubers (such as Lukey Pooky), ones I had somehow missed (such as Imbiez), and revisited some old favorites (such as Stabby). If you've got the time, I encourage you to visit some of the channels on here that you may not be familiar with and give these great content creators some love and views. All of them have content worth watching, and it may encourage you to fall in love with the game all over again, even in its current imperfect state. Note: These are gameplay content creators only. I know UEAKCrash and the Winglet are a fantastic youtubers in their own rights, but I just don't feel like I have enough knowledge of the youtuber mappers, competitive casters, and SFM creators to make a list anywhere near comprehensive. Even after restricting myself to youtubers that produce TF2 gameplay footage, I feel like there are many quality TF2 youtubers that I have missed. Feel free to bring those to my (and others') attention in the comments. Especially if they are a newcomer (or relative newcomer)! Note 2: These are in no order. This list was started as a series of post-it notes that I made on breaks at work, with each youtuber getting their own post-it note. So they were very jumbled and I couldn't be bothered to try and put them in any semblance of order. EDIT: Here is a shortlist of ones I have been informed that I left out: Casperr, Sirky, Sir Stanger, Weegeepootis & Ray, Snow, TooftyTV, After Breakfast, Ray, TF2RJWeekly, Rob the Awsm, The Virtual Economist, Displeased Eskimo, Glassy Gaming, Strife, Grizzly Berry, PyroJoe, Zero, Zenomite, HiGPS, Xenogene. EDIT: u/TheMiiChannelTheme made a great list of competitive casters/youtubers here. Check out his list! Active TF2 Youtubers
Red Robot This mate from New Zealand never puts out a bad video. He's more than willing to try non-standard loadouts and manages to remain engaging and positive throughout. He has a "Crafty Loadouts" series in which he crafts weapons using class tokens and rolls with whatever loadout he got. Some of his videos include a friend, but others show off non-meta strategies that you can just hop into a random server and try for yourself. I feel like I must include this disclaimer: Red Robot is in a long-term relationship with the concheror, and seems to feature heit/whatever in half of his videos.
SoundSmith A newer youtuber compared to many others on this list, SoundSmith quickly gained a following with his "TF2 Hat Stereotypes" series. His videos are not limited to that hilarious series, as he also has well-produced guides on rocket jumping/market gardening and a "Casual Meta" series where he derps around with friends using fun weapon combinations. The only knock I have on him is that nearly every video is located on Hightower or 2fort. While he has stated that those are the maps he likes best, it is easy to get bored with watching video content on those maps. However, he makes high-quality content and updates regularly.
UncleDane, aka "KFC Bob the Builder" TF2's favorite non-creepy uncle, Dane rose to prominence a few years ago as TF2's resident friendly engineer. He is quite skilled at the class, having played it extensively in highlander settings and even had some success in Valve competitive sixes matches as the engineer. Dane is also known for his informative videos, in which he gives highly useful information about the engineer and his buildings that Valve has neglected to publish. He also has highly amusing TF2 music that he produces and performs, often with cameos from other TF2 notables.
Delfy Delfy is a TF2 youtuber from Europe who is best known for finding and using exploits in his videos. For this reason he is a very controversial figure in the community, and there is a large number of people who hate his content for demonstrating the way to exploit TF2 and troll regular players. He has a recent "WTF moments" series containing unusual and sometimes hard-to-explain footage that Delfy recorded.
Ace the Ocarina Maker A somewhat under-the-radar TF2 youtuber, Ace has provided a variety of consistently good content for a couple of years. He has no particular shtick, but makes up for it by being fairly interesting and providing a variety of TF2 content. There's something for everybody, and while Ace strays to the cynical side of the spectrum, he manages to keep the tone of his videos light enough.
FUNKe Probably the most unique TF2 youtuber right now. Is very creative, and his tongue-in-cheek humor is both bad and funny at the same time. He generally makes quality videos, and he really enjoys playing the game. This video that shows the utter insanity that is TF2 is one of my favorite videos of TF2 overall. He's stretching his video-making skills, and has very tongue-in-cheek sense of humor.
Skymin Slash Skymin is unusual among popular TF2 youtubers in that she is not afraid to make videos of the many insane community game modes and maps such as x10, the weird "Extended Maps" that were all the rage a couple of months ago, and many many more. She has a "TF2 Story Mode" series going on right now that is worth a watch. She's fairly interesting and she has great reactions to the randomness of TF2. She is getting more and more interesting as she goes, and so I would not be surprised to see her popularity soar in the next year (assuming TF2 survives that long).
Peterscraps A youtuber from the UK, Peterscraps has a slower update schedule (about one video a month), but he's interesting and does some unique things, such as a "TF2 in 2D" and "Randomizer x10."
A Woolen Sleevelet I first found out about Woolen in this year's "Youtubers vs Pros" tournament. Woolen is a spy main, and so the vast majority of his videos feature spy footage and center around talking about the spy. He does play competitive spy, so a lot of his videos focus on highlander spy tactics or highlander spy POVs. He has a bit of a nasal voice but it is not unpleasant and does serve to make his voice unique, which I imagine is an advantage if he's on your team and is calling out crucial information.
Mr. Paladin Another controversial youtuber, Mr. Paladin is a spy main. He's known for playing pubs exclusively and acting very condescending to the players on those servers, while also spamming lenny binds after kills. He tried to quit TF2 a while back for Overwatch, but when his viewerbase largely disappeared, he went back to TF2 Spy content, with a bit of Overwatch thrown in as well.
ArraySeven ArraySeven is known as TF2's resident Medic Main With a Vengeance. He's best known for his hilariously convoluted similies and his overwhelming affection for the bonesaw, but he also likes to occasionally make unique content such as TF2 Bowling.
Lukey Pooky An up-and-coming TF2 youtuber, Lukey Pookey mainly makes weapon review or weapon comparison videos, but they are well-researched and very informative. He's slower on his updates (about two or three videos per month), but his content is worth a watch.
Stabby Stabby flips from the active list to the inactive list and back more often than anyone else on this list. About two months go by between uploads, but he is one of the most talented spy players in the game. He's also far more interesting than he thinks he is, so his fanbase is always waiting for a new stabby video. He's one of those youtubers where you forget they exist until they upload, and then you watch their video and can't wait for more.
Sagerz Sagerz's uploads mainly tend to be informative videos, with tips and explanations of the various facets of TF2. He does a lot of research and he puts out videos that have high quality production.
RTGame RTGame makes a wide variety of videos. He really likes custom maps and weird TF2 mods, but also puts out regular gameplay videos as well.
ScottJAw ScottJAw mainly does videos with commentary about one facet of the TF2 community over background gameplay footage. He's fairly interesting, though he likes to rag on Valve just as much as anyone (most of it justified).
Ghee Juice Probably best known for his Happy Chaos video that perfectly sums up TF2 and his Engie Man video that combines silly engineer footage with Uncle Dane's "Engie Man" song, Ghee occupies a fairly unique and niche role in the TF2 youtuber community. While he doesn't have the massive number of subscribers as some of these other youtubers, he puts out entertaining content. It's almost always in the form of either "a moment in TF2"-style content, a compilation of TF2 silliness, or some weird scenario he set up on a server, such as an engineer pistol shootout. Either way, it's nearly always interesting and worth a watch.
Freddie TF2 Freddie is very close to being put in the 'retired' section, as he hasn't put out much content in the last year, and even most of that was just a couple unboxing videos and a couple of art videos. Still, he HAS made a TF2 gameplay video in the last 6 months, which keeps him out of the 'retired' section. For now. He's made fairly generic but interesting TF2 videos. He doesn't really have a shtick, but that's not a knock against him.
Rydercycle Rydercycle gained a following for a fairly quickly in the last couple of years as a Heavy main. He started out as a positive person, going over gameplay footage and offering tips on playing Heavy. His content was very informative and interesting. However, he soon grew bitter and hostile towards TF2, retired and unretired a few times, and while he is making videos now, he seems to reinvent himself every few months so who knows if his current content will stick. He recently made a video about the importance of positivity in the TF2 community (which is a bit ironic coming from him), but it was definitely worth a watch.
jbird jbird is one of the best TF2 snipers on youtube. It's pretty obvious he only plays sniper, and most of his content is sniper footage on turbine and doublecross. He has some content of him dominating hackers, and he likes to make fun of and call out players accusing him of hacking. He's a bit polarizing, so you may or may not enjoy his content.
Retired TF2 Youtubers
Sin aka NISLT Sin was a highly polarizing TF2 youtuber. He for a long time was probably the most prolific TF2 youtuber, mainly because he used video clips and content given to him by his followers. He had very good video editing skills. However, some people have criticized him for the style of his videos, which are intentionally unprofessional and filled with memes and clickbait titles. He is notorious for creating the controversial "G.E.W.P" movement as well as publishing videos from the point of view of hackers. Sin's fanbase is large and devoted, and he is definitely one of the most popular TF2 youtubers of all time. He hasn't uploaded any content in four months, after having uploaded content every week up until then, so I feel he belongs in the 'retired' section.
King Raja Raja came onto the scene suddenly a few years ago with his hilariously over-the-top accent and his love of being a demoknight. His videos are very tongue-in-cheek, and he sometimes allows himself to get into whatever the current TF2 drama is, but his videos tend to be worth a watch. He hasn't made anything in the last nine months or so, and he hasn't got very many videos, but he was very popular when he was active.
Boo Most famous for his deep, rich, soothing Welsh voice, Boo was initially just 'some guy who showed up in a few of Star_'s and Jerma's videos,' but he has gained a following of his own. He hasn't made a TF2 video in three years, so he's definitely retired from TF2 content. These days it's pretty much Overwatch and Hearthstone content, and even then he rarely updates.
Star_ By far the most famous TF2 youtuber of all time, Star_ had a long run of unrivaled success as the top TF2 youtuber. Frequently joined by his friend Jerma and occasionally joined by his friend Boo, Star_ was the king of TF2 content. However, he eventually started to grow bored with the game, especially after Valve started ignoring the game. He started producing other videos unrelated to TF2. While these videos were usually very good, they didn't receive nearly the same popularity as his TF2 content. Eventually he decided to call it quits on TF2 and moved on to other games. This divorce from TF2 was handled poorly by both his fans and him, and has led to a decidedly hostile relationship between Star_ and the TF2 community, which is a right shame.
Jerma985 Jerma is one of the rare people who can be completely horrible at something, yet is so entertaining that you don't mind watching him anyway. That is not to say he was terrible at TF2, in fact, he was pretty good. However, his videos were made pure gold by Jerma's innate ability to be fucking hilarious no matter what happens. He worked very well with his friend Star, as Star's cockiness and somewhat humorless demeanor was counterbalanced perfectly by Jerma's utter insanity and enthusiasm. Jerma no longer makes TF2 content, but his break from TF2 was handled far better by both him and his fanbase, as he handled the whole thing with fondness and dignity towards both the game and his fans, and his fanbase stuck around and gave his new content a shot and found that they enjoyed it as well. He still makes plenty of content not related to TF2, and plays a wider variety of games than almost anyone on youtube, and he's just as hilarious in every video.
Muselk Muselk came largely after Star_ and Jerma left, and was up there with them in terms of popularity for a long while. He was prolific and pretty talented (though he was not a competitive player), and his reactions and video series gave him a wide following. His Tryhard Tuesday and High Stakes series were particularly popular. However, he was not without controversy, as when he started to grow very popular he briefly made some videos with what some of the TF2 community referred to as "clickbait titles." Muselk fired back at them, and as a result some people in the community started to actively dislike him. Some others grew tired of Muselk's content, arguing that his content didn't evolve very much over the life of his TF2 run. As of now, Muselk has grown tired with TF2 and produces Overwatch content almost exclusively. He is still widely popular, but he rarely puts out any TF2 content and so he belongs on the 'retired' list.
LazyPurple LazyPurple hasn't made a video since 2014, but for a period of about three years he made some absolutely hilarious videos. Many of them featured silliness that he organized on his server (that is still up and populated).
Arlix Arlix hasn't uploaded in three years, but he had a nice run of quality content. He had a mix of live commentaries and regular commentaries over his gameplay footage. He had a nice series called "Loadout of the Week" where he'd choose a loadout that he really hadn't played before and tried it out.
Nate Fox While technically he put out a TF2 video on his other channel Pixel Bros about a month ago, he hasn't uploaded anything on his main channel in six months, so I am calling him 'retired.' Nate Fox mainly made informative videos (Sentry jumping tutorials, sniping guides, airblast tutorials, console command guides, etc). They were well-done and very interesting, and I hope he comes back when the new update hits.
ThatGuyTagg Most of his videos are comp-related, and his content has never been solely TF2. In fact, he's retired completely from TF2. He's probably most famous for his 6's skill and his iconic laugh. Definitely check him out.
Shibby2142 Shibby was never a great TF2 player. His skills were decidedly average, though still good enough for him to do well in pubs. Whereas Jerma got away with not being a great player by being fucking hilarious, Shibby was decidely a bit of an asshole. He was most famous for his "How U C Damage" series of videos, where he would play a round or two using a loadout suggested by his subscribers. He also had quite a few prophunt videos.
Aegis aka AcesGamer Aegis was known as AcesGamer for a long time. As a young AcesGamer, while he put out quality content, he was also fairly immature (somewhat understandably so). He put out some interesting content and even had one of the largest early communities of followers at his acefortress.com site. However, he put out a few controversial videos of him ranting about the trading community, which polarized a lot of people that knew him. He was person non grata on reddit for a while after he called out a redditor who accused him of duping hats. However, in the last couple of years, AcesGamer decided to stick with UGC HL Soldier videos. He uploaded a few of those before issues with Machinima, the company that he revenue shared with, caused him to stop making TF2 videos. He said in a video about 6 months ago that he's planning on making more videos, but hasn't uploaded anything since then, putting him firmly in the 'retired' section.
Imbiez Imbiez never reached the heights of popularity that other TF2 youtubers achieved, and his last video was uploaded two years ago, but he made some good content. He had a wide variety of TF2 content, such as regular, MvM, x10, and randomizer videos.
The days of Star_ and Jerma, of the Pump Brothers and Jerma is Mad pt.2 The days of Rubberfruit and Dr Face, of Kitty0706 and his Team Fabulous 2 The days of LazyPurple and Muselk, of NISLT whose videos were always new The days of Krunkidile and his TSAs, of Wrath and his TF2 review The days of Arlix who was the best spy on YouTube, of Sketchek who was an amazing Pyro The days of Ethiomod and Crash Maul, of the Winglet and his Zero to Hero The days of Practical Problems and all those SFM classics, of the Saxxys and the Story of a Sentry The days of the Saharan Spy and the old Dead Ringer, of unbalanced weapons like the old Mini Sentry The days of pub servers where all the fun were at, of when Valve cared more about weapons than adding in new hats The days of Mann-Conomy and all the wonders it brought, of when a key was 3 ref and buds were actually sought The days of Sniper vs Spy and Soldier vs Demo, of Mann vs Machine and all the contracts that came with Gun Mettle The days before Star_ became Ster, the days of Love and War The days of when Valve actually cared about this game, and now that they don't it's just not the same
2016.11.16 13:01 Blubberibolshivektf2 movie by valve.a good advertisement for a 9 year old game?
as usual and im not the only tf2 player daydreaming about this.after watching some saxxies(and especially timeless thief by winglet)i was daydreaming that valve and their employees will someday get togethor and agree to make a not a short film but a full 90 minute movie.imagine if valve just straight up want to repair the damage they done to tf2 and make it up for us by releasing a 90 minute tf2 movie.not only would the movie be awsome(because as we know all tf2 shorts never fail to ammuse us with its valve humour)but it will be great advertising and appealing to people who never heard of it.if valve ever went that route not only would it save tf2,but it would bring more players into the game as this would be a big advertisement to tf2.what do you guys think?is tf2 deserving for a movie?isnt an 9 year old innovative game deserving to have a little recognitioin?im not saying make a 90 minute movie and post it on youtube im saying that valve should make a full legit movie in sfm like rachet and clank movie.im probably not the only one craving for this anyone else?
[I'M NOT A MACHINE. I CANT DO THEM INSTANTLY] I have been learning SFM for quite a bit now. I'm willing to make FREE SFM Posters! :D I'm not as good as "The Winglet (He's one of the best TF2 SFM Animators)" so i'm sorry if it's not as good as you were expecting. (I'M STILL LEARNING HOW TO ADD PAINT TO COSMETICS. I CANT DO REQUESTS WITH PAINTS ON THE COSMETICS) Here are some of my works: (Album) http://imgur.com/a/fFTV4] THEY CAN BE USED AS DEKSTOP WALLPAPERS :) How to request? Hats, Cosmetics, Map, Unusual Effect (optional), Weapon Holding (optional), Team Color. (I CANT DO PAINTS YET) IF YOU WANT TO DONATE ME TF2 ITEMS, CLICK HERE TO SEND ME TRADE --> https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=267291468&token=BsQ7K0_w Thank you! Anything is accepted :) IF YOU'RE KIND ENOUGH TO SPAM +REPS ON MY STEAM PROFILE, GO AHEAD! THANKS! :) https://steamcommunity.com/id/SundayTF Thanks!
2015.07.12 00:45 TheBigKuhioThis made me intensely cringe.
Alright, so I recently found out that Zajcu37, some kid that makes shitty [email protected] SFMs, has more subscribers than The Winglet, a very talented TF2 SFMer. Just... why? Zajcu seems to crap out a new video every weak, while Winglet's big videos takes months to finish. My body feels weak now.
2014.07.10 18:10 weap0wnedZERO TO HERO - a unique TF2 project introduced in a 5-minute SFM movie
For 6 months now, a modest TF2 community has striven to rebuild the forgotten empire of jumping. On every field (trading bots, TF2 servers, social networks, official website), we have worked on a unique mentoring system to provide jump help for any player, beginner or pro jumper, and created a brand new jump community which gathers the best jumpers and less advanced players who share the same passion. Today, I am proud to introduce you to our brand new movie, Zero to Hero, in collab with the incredible SFM movie makers Callegos Yavolitak, the Winglet & MrEtmer; a 5-minute story of what jumping could become thanks to our modest project. Enjoy the show. - ZERO TO HERO -
Decided to take a dive into the glorious SFM content from an awesome SFM animator. Here's my roundup reaction to Winglet's Channel Trailer, The Bolted Behemoth, and Overwatch vs TF2. Thank you for ... Hi, I'm The Winglet I'm a 3D animator, and I make short films in Source Filmmaker. I animate a lot of Team Fortress 2 videos, some Overwatch ones, and even some original IP stuff too! Subscribe to me for a steady stream of animated entertainment! Join my Facebook page and Steam group for updates on movie progress! Reacting to Overwatch vs TF2 Episode 2 SFM by The Winglet - Duration: 9:30. Daxellz 1,189 views. 9:30. BEST OF SWAGGERSOULS 2019 - Duration: 1:01:00. SwaggerSouls Recommended for you. New; Hi, I'm The Winglet I'm a 3D animator, and I make short films in Source Filmmaker. I animate a lot of Team Fortress 2 videos, some Overwatch ones, and even s... See PART TWO of FORTNITE vs. TF2: https://youtu.be/ujxWgoOdwZE Check out my best video: https://youtu.be/C5M5kGSrgmY A battle of the communities. Voice actor... Back here from being gone for a week, but today I'm reacting to Overwatch vs TF2 [SFM], and originally made by The Winglet, You can watch the original in the link below! Hope y'all enjoyed this ... Today I'm going to be reacting to The Art of Spychecking [SFM], and originally made by The Winglet, You can watch the original in the link below! ... TF2 Reaction! 10 Team Fortress 2 Trailers ...