Name: Til Sichel
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
I'm Til aka Albatros, a level designer, texturer and (learning) modeler from Germany. Started to work with Hammer in 2002, decided to become professional in 2007 and spent thousands of hours on creating maps, models and textures since then. Much of my work has been for DOD:S, not only because I have a passion for 1930s/40s settings, but also because it happens to be an excellent proving ground for almost anything from sounds over scripting to models and textures.
In the past years, my focus has been on improving my skills in modeling, texturing and authoring, and I've been able to learn from many outstanding artists formerly employed by companies such as Valve, Weltenbauer or Crytek.
I'm currently under contract by FK Seoul, but I'm always open for interesting job offers in the near future.
German academic high school, finished with the Abitur in 2004. Student of laws.
German, English, French.
msn: same as above
Portfolio and website are currently offline. See below for the oldest and most recent work.
Valve "Hammer" (professional); Adobe Photoshop (advanced); 3ds max (9 to 2012, advanced); UT Editors, various versions (basic); Wall Worm Tools (advanced);
Editors for various 2d-strategy games & simulations.
Currently working on:
- A singleplayer modification on the source engine called Zeitgeist.
- An independent title on the source engine, name soon to be publicly announced.
- Tactical Intervention, Minh Le / Gooseman's successor of the original Counter-Strike.
Official Zeitgeist Website.
Yes. Preferably for freelance / remote employment work.
Some "Zeitgeist" impressions:
Some of my other work:
Scenery of a house
3ds Max model of a pre war civil car, bump-, spec-, ao, refraction and opaque-materials included.
My first one, so it's far from good, but I'm trying to improve myself.
I'll try to keep the portfolio up to date.
Screenshots of H&J and RnL levels will follow as soon as I get permission to use them.
Comments & critics would help me making my stuff better, feedback - positive or negative - will be appreciated.
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