Overkill

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About Overkill

  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Seems like you've been keeping busy .. again! It's great to see something new popping onto my screen whenever I visit your gallery. Just picked up your tag logs and am hoping to kick back into PDN. Keep up the great work!
  2. They already cracked that, and SecuROM, and Live and SC. But I doubt they can still play online - hopefully they won't. Darn, I want that upgrade, now. Gotta wait till next year ..
  3. Spent a lot of time trying to get Grand Theft Auto IV to work. Fixed the bug with black, flickering textures and the issue with missing textures .. although I still crash at about 30 seconds after playing. Just when I was on the edge of snapping my neck, I decided to Google a bit and found out that it wasn't my fault. Darn, Rockstar*; why release a game so unstable?
  4. Spectacular work, as always, tHs! I'd love to possess your .pdns, so I could analyze them and pick up your great brushing skills.
  5. How can you not love meat? :shock: When summer is near, I become very anxious since I can't wait for the grilling season .. mmm.. chicken ..
  6. Nothing since I recently found out that I had bought a PSU with an insufficient amount of power. I need to buy a new one, although I have only 600 bucks ( - my slang term for my country's currency, not to mistake with USD). I was going to buy GTAIV and L4D, but seems like it will have to be pushed forward for a while. Well, I sometimes play LFS at evenings since it's maybe the only game I can still play.
  7. For me it's absolutely extraordinary. The lightning, it's perfect and the depth makes it so life-like. Simply put - amazing.
  8. Snowstorm .. Wohoo! Too bad it's like only '-2' outside. I want to skip school!
  9. You don't. AFAIK, PDN doesn't support custom themes. The one you saw was probably just a piece for presentation reasons, not the real thing.
  10. Not sure if this has been mentioned before, but you can give your text a nice boost of definition with the 'Film' plug-in which gives it a nice grunge feeling to it. It kind of reminds me of the scrambled picture you get when losing a connection to a TV channel. First off, you can download the plug-in from over here. So, open up your piece and write out your text (by my experience the effect you will try to achieve works best on white color). After you've done that, duplicate the layer. Apply the Film effect on the top layer. Calibrate the settings to your liking and render the effect. Next, click on the bottom layer and select everything but the text with the 'Magic Wand' ( ) tool. Keep your selection selected and click on the topmost layer and lastly, hit delete. Here's an outcome on how the effect should look like.
  11. B - A small door breacher does wonders, but not really my cup of tea. A pair of lockpicks would be more suitable to my liking.