Archived Tee - 2011-09-04
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Tell us a bit about this design.
I was talking to some friend lately about which is the best overall videogame played since the day and we both knew by a second that it's Half Life 2. There is one dark level set in a village called Ravenholm with Zombies waiting around every corner. In HL2 creatures called Headcrabs jumping on innocent peoples' heads and transforming them into Zombies. So one of the places where it just is not something like sunny, sweet and a location to not go for holidays: Ravenholm.
Where are you from?
I live in Coburg a little city in the middle of Germany. No Skyscrapers, no Airports, no Zombie Apocalypse - that's what I cherish here.
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
I am a nice guy. I like people. I try not to eat too much meat and I like summer (and this year we still had none).
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
I was a paperboy when I was about 15 and.. yep I know it must be a shocker.. it took me a little longer to get all Magazines out because I read them first.
Name a few of your favorite things.
I breathe a lot.
What kind of art did you make as a kid?
Hah. I've found a very scary drawing of some scribbled Monsters on the attic recently which was done before Kindergarten. But mostly I very much drew every creature of the Disney-Universe – in my own Versions.
What is your favorite thing about Halflife?
I like Alyx Vance.
Zombies vs. headcrabs: which would win the battle?
Chuck Norris. He wins all battles. He would even win a fight against himself.
Describe your favorite shirt that you own, and why you like it so much.
Wow, THAT'S pretty hard.. I own A LOT of shirts. Around 100 or so. I own an awesome shirt which is very elastic and comfortable. It's a heather grey one with a print on it.
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
They are all necessary evils but if I must decide, I would prefer watching movies. Sideways is still my favorite I guess. Watched it three times last christmas – in german, english and even with commentaries.
What inspires your work?
I am a big fan of old school cartoon drawings and urban street art so I guess this is still what inspires me most.
Any shout outs?
Thanks for reading & happy holidays in Ravenholm!