It took about 2 days for me to paint her up…I used a cheap spray paint brand called MTS. It was very easy to spray, however, sometimes my paint is sticky so spray coats do not adhere, especially over the top of the door. After my spray I used a microfiber cloth to clean over and over again to take care of the sticky paint. Next I cleaned the door and then painted with a very fine coating.
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This is a good post, I’ve been in touch with the author about the problem and am thinking that he can help with solutions.
On the 1st January 2016 at 17:18:50 UTC, a post titled “It’s time to move” was created on the Steam dev forums. The author describes why the dev team has to “start moving” for him, for instance as a new release comes out. The discussion continues…
A few notes about myself. I have never worked on a game that was this late into development. I have only been with the company a short time and have only made the initial decision to join the company, which was almost completely based on the fact that of all the games that are currently in development there is one that does feel unfinished.
Even though I may be a ‘fanboy’ of a game, I have never worked on an unfinished project.
I also know from personal experience that the people inside Valve have had to deal with a whole lot of issues when it comes to marketing and PR. While I’ve always had the utmost respect for most of the game industry, I would hope they would respect my time and effort instead of just writing about what their feelings may be.
It’s a lot of work to deal with PR and marketing. In general the industry tends to