Unlike his Heavy video, Joerg Sprave didn’t bother reenacting Team Fortress 2‘s Meet the Medic commercial to present his slingshot version of the syringe gun. It actually fires faster than its video game counterpart.
“All right, who touched my slingshot?!”Joerg Sprave knocks it out of the park with his first spoof video. Watch him ape Valve’s Team Fortress 2 commercial Meet the Heavy with the help of a slingshot minigun.
The RED Spy heads an infiltration into BLU’s headquarters to steal the latter’s Intelligence (because his team clearly needs some). But he gets more than he bargained for in The Winglet’s amazing Team Fortress 2 machinima.
The RED team’s Scout and Engineer steal a suitcase full of keys and then rap while the BLU team chases them in this hilarious machinima music video by YouTuber Dunkle, based on the eponymous track from Beatmania IIDX.
Source Filmmaker specialist Ferhod summarizes not only Skyrim but many other video game and tabletop RPGs with this short machinima, featuring the Heavy as a Dragonborn. Based on Elisa Scaldaferri’s comic strip.
“Bleep bloop, I AM A ROBOT. I AM HERE TO TAKE AMERICAN JOBS.”RizkitsunΣki added character-appropriate quips from Team Fortress 2 to this Overwatch gameplay demo. We bet someone’s already making Overwatch TF2 hats.
The RED and BLU Scouts compete in a marathon sponsored by Saxton Hale himself. Rivalry Rush won the Action category in the 2014 Saxxy Awards. Top notch animation and voice acting. Steam should have a Source Filmmaker channel.
Smosh Games roasts the greatest multiplayer game of all time, which despite being released almost seven years ago, is still being played today – and despite this still has no plans for a sequel. At least we have plenty of hats to tide us over.
YouTuber crazyhalo envisions a variant of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. that’s filled only with the characters from the VALVE universe – Team Fortress, Counter-Strike, Half-Life, and Portal. We’d buy this game in a heartbeat.
Not to be outdone by its fans, Valve shows us what it can do with Source Filmmaker. To celebrate the Love & War update for Team Fortress 2, Valve made this short film about love, teleporters and bread. (Thanks Josh!)
Cory Alexander made a life-size replica of Sasha, the Heavy’s Minigun in Team Fortress 2. It weighs 30lbs., has lights and sound effects as well as music and sound bites from the game. Skip to 3:50 for the demo. More on The RPF.
OBEY THE BEARD. YouTuber nonamesleft used Source Filmmaker to make a short music video for Obey the Beard by the comical heavy metal band Psychostick. Screw portable chargers, let’s all just grow beards.
Corridor Digital replaces the ammunition of Team Fortress 2 with snowballs, ice and cold steam. We always thought a snowblower would make an awesome weapon in a snowball fight. Yellow snow, on the other hand… Eesh.
Sure, you’ll need a flamethrower and a gas mask to finish the look, but this sweater inspired by Team Fortress 2’smasked arsonist is certainly way better than any ugly holiday sweater, even without the deadly props.
What starts out as a cinematic drama turns out to be a silly piece of metafiction and an amusing animation within an animation. Disruption is YouTuber FineLeatherJackets’ entry for the 2013 Saxxy Awards.
The Pyro is asked to guard a crucial turret. Itching to go back to battle, s/he uses a toy for a proxy. One half of the Cremator’s Conscience stars in this cute Source Filmmaker machinima. Vote for it on the Saxxy Awards here.
Colorbleed Studios’Team Fortress-inspired characters are back in a new misadventure. This time Mac and Cheese team up to work at a supermarket to earn money for their dream vacation. Laundry soap: not even once.
(Gore) Learn how to be a man Mann with YouTuber Dunk Movies’ inspiring video, featuring Team Fortress 2’s Red Team performing the song I’ll Make a Man Out of You from Mulan. Who knew the Pyro could sing?
An updated version of the ridiculously difficult Surgeon Simulator 2013, this version puts you in the shoes hands of The Medic as he attempts to put The Heavy back together again. Plus, the game now supports the Oculus Rift.
Nathan Longest is an animator and digital effects specialist by trade, but he’s also got mad prop-making skills. Here are his replicas of some of the weapons in Team Fortress 2. Contact him for commissions here.