does anybody even realize how much of a sweetie gaben is
This is why gabe rocks.
this guy had the thing my father has
lets all migrate to valve
Half Life 3 confirmed.
GOD DAMMIT GABE JUST GO OUT AND FUCKING SAY IT
“Portal: The Movie”: Valve, J.J. Abrams team up for future games, films
FROM WIRED.COM: LAS VEGAS — Valve, the game developer behind Half-Life and Portal, and J.J. Abrams’ production studio Bad Robot will work together to produce games and movies, the heads of the two studios said at the DICE Summit on Wednesday.
but where is half life 3 gaben
where is it
THROWS UP FROM EXCITEMENT AT THE PROSPECT OF A PORTAL FILM
I kind of really really really hope not.
Old throw back
I don’t remember where I found this link but Valve is my favorite thing and teaching with portals would be great.
the Valve Multiverse
I’M SO UFRCKCING ANGRY???
SO YOU KNOW THE PORTAL 2 COMIC LAB RAT??
IN ONE OF THE PANELS IT SHOWS PART OF CHELL’S FILE
WITH BINARY CODE ON IT:
SO I DECIDED TO TRANSLATE IT
AND GUESS WHAT IT FUCKING TURNS OUT TO
I’M SO FUCKIGN ANGRY VALv E
Valves are usually round or roundish, maybe it’s something to do with that?
I JUST REALISED SOMETHING. LOOK;
It’s a valve
Oh man this beauty came in the mail today. I didn’t know there would be a little comic inside, but it’s goddamn adorable! The whole case is just so pretty and even the disks aaH. *u*
My brother and I finally finished the computer case.
The entire case was taken apart and then taped off, sawed into, and painted. To begin, the Aperture Laboratories logo was hand painted along the top of the case and then a Dremel was used to (carefully) cut out the logo. After this the top was sanded down to the metal casing, then primed and painted.
An oval window was cut out of one side panel for a portal to look into the hardware. The case was painted both white and black to give it an appropriate Aperture feel.
The really tedious part then came in. Every wire inside of the case was individually stripped and re-sleeved in UV Orange(red technically), UV Blue, and White. The connectors were all replaced with UV Blue and UV Orange. The heatshrink is also UV Blue and UV Orange, and was put together so the blue heatshrink matches up with the blue connectors and then go into an orange connector. (Kind of like going through portals!)
In addition to spiffy sleeving, a new 120mm LED blue fan was placed underneath the ‘aperture’ part of the logo and then a blue Cathode was placed underneath the rest of the words so that it would all glow blue. Three UV Cathodes are placed inside the case so that the UV Heatshrink, sleeving, and connectors all glow their brightest and prettiest.
Then a sleeved orange LED cable was placed along the inside of the portal(window) giving it a nice science-y glow. A valve was attached along the upper top of the panel to commemorate the company that created Portal.
On the other panel individual stickers were printed and cut out to resemble a test chamber wall. Complete with warnings and Aperture Science logo!
Whew. Maybe someday I’ll post a nice slideshow tutorial of the madness.