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  1. You may be surprised to see more stuff from Tomb Raider: Legend, but that's right. Here is some new imagery from the game. Enjoy! And a big thanks to Treeble! 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels 800 x 600 pixels1024 x 768 pixels1280 x 1024 pixels1600 x 1280 pixels
  2. HAPPY B-DAY MARK!!! WOOOO

  3. The Tomb Raider: Legend score has won an award for best game soundtrack in the D3 Expo, in competition with other great titles like Hitman and FarCry. “I feel humble and blessed for the award and surprised as always.”, said Troels B. Folmann, the game composer. The D3 Expo was held in Copenhagen this weekend. It is one of the largest electronic entertainment expos in Northern Europe. The Tomb Raider: Legend soundtrack won a BAFTA award for Best Original Score in the British Academy Video Games Awards ceremony, on October 6th © www.tombraidernews.com
  4. Tomb Raider Legend composer at GDC 2007 Tomb Raider: Legend composer Troels Brun Folmann will give a 60 minutes lecture at the Games Developers Conference 2007, which will be held in San Francisco in March. The Art of Epic Scoring, as the session is called, will focus on scoring the upcoming Tomb Raider game and will provide insight into epic Hollywood scoring and orchestration techniques, which is highly demanded in both motion pictures and games. The art of doing epic scores involves exclusive techniques in scoring, orchestration and arrangement, including integration of sound design in music, mixing and mastering techniques. The session also goes in-depth of trailer and percussive scoring, which requires a unique approach on its own. The prime focus of this session is to provide the audience with applicable knowledge in epic scoring techniques and give a sneak-peak into the creation of the next-generation Tomb Raider soundtrack. The session is mainly intended for people with interest in music, composition, sound design and game audio. For more information, please read the lecture page or visit the official GDC07 web site. www.tombraidernews.com
  5. Thanks for the pics and the video Trinity!
  6. You'll find 2 just like this but a lot bigger in our gallery! Huge awesome images from a recent photoshoot in various outfits. Click Here for the LCO Flash Gallery (Look Under Models)
  7. It looks so great, Moudy. I'm looking forward to play it!
  8. Thanks larapistols, I appreciate the compliments. But I don't think it's the best fan-art ever.
  9. The interesting part: The full article: Edinburgh Rolls out the Red Carpet for Video Game Stars EIEF06 reveals Game Screenings schedule for this year's festival Wednesday 9 August 2006/... A talking yellow sponge and a rainbow of criminals are set to mingle with elves, orcs and some fairly scary men in uniform as video games take the Silver Screen by storm in Edinburgh this August. The Game Screenings programme for this year’s Edinburgh Interactive Entertainment Festival (EIEF06) is now confirmed, featuring a whole host of exclusives and behind-the-scenes action for video game fans. The world premieres of Lord of the Rings™ Online: Shadows of Angmar from Codemasters, Eidos’ Reservoir Dogs video game, Spongebob Squarepants from Blitz and Crackdown from Dave Jones, creator of the Grand Theft Auto series and Lemmings are just some of the exciting sessions on offer. Students can also get in on the action with a set of specially tailored screenings including an industry expert panel entitled ‘How To Get Into Gaming’. The EIEF06 Games Screenings, held at The Odeon cinema, Lothian Road on 22nd August, is an exclusive one-day showcase that gives gamers the chance to get up close and interactive with the heroes behind some of their favourite video games, as well as sneak previews of the top upcoming titles in this exclusive one-day showcase. Packed full of premieres and news exclusives, EIEF06 brings fans closer to games than ever before. Brian Baglow, EIEF06 screenings director said: “The EIEF game screenings are a fantastic way for anyone interested in gaming to find out more about the latest titles still in development and the newest technologies, as well as the mysterious and shadowy industry which creates them. This year's game screenings are no exception and we have some something for everyone. “The panel sessions on getting a job in the games industry and looking at violence and adult themes in games should also be fascinating and will give people a chance to ask the questions they've always really wanted answered, “ continued Baglow. The EIEF06 Game Screenings schedule includes: The Legend of Lara Croft by Ian Livingstone from EidosHow To Get Into The Games Industry - a panel of industry experts explore the routes into the most dynamic business in the world.Spongebob Squarepants - the development team from Blitz reveal the next generation ambitions of a sponge.B-Boys - a mind-blowing performance by the world’s leading breakdance group and a chance to see their first appearance in the forthcoming new title from Freestyle Games.Crackdown - the brand new game from Dave Jones, creator of Lemmings and the Grand Theft Auto series.Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar from Codemasters gets its world premiere at Edinburgh.Reservoir Dogs - Quentin Tarantino’s controversial masterpiece is made into a game. See it here first.Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Games - a panel comprising industry experts, journalists and opinion formers tackle the thorny issue of censorship.An ongoing Showreel of anime/online/Machinima film shorts, including Dominator X, The Ore and Ancanar.The EIEF06 programme of events consists of:Two days of conference sessions - The Conference will take place at the Royal College of Physicians on 21st August and at the Odeon, Lothian Road on 22nd AugustGame Screenings - Offering members of the public a chance to get up close with the creators of some of the leading video games at the Odeon, Lothian Road - 22nd AugustEdge Award - Key industry figures will gather at the Jam House for the annual Edge Award followed by the EIEF networking party - 21st AugustVisit the official website at www.eief.co.uk.
  10. My first and favourite TR game was Tomb Raider II. Then I got Tomb Raider III and I fell in love with the series.
  11. Thank you! Yes, Flash is a very versatile tool, although most designers prefer Illustrator or Freehand to work with vectors. But I'm more used to Flash.
  12. Mark

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    You both look nice! Here's a friend of mine and moi:
  13. I made this with Flash MX long time ago. Hope you like it.
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