And I'd like to mention user Nighty-stock for providing with free stock images, one of which I used for the cracked camera lens effect. You can find her deviantART page here (all of the images are free to use): http://nighty-stock.deviantart.com/
Special thanks to my friend Rulezz who came up with the idea of the video a couple of years ago, as he saw Valve logo while being high. (I actually have the moment recorded from Skype, but I won't post it, sorry)
Also, my new friend Nastya deserves a mention, as she accompanied me in Skype during the animation process through those long, sleepless nights and inspiring me along the way. Now as for the video -- I wanted to make it for a while and finally it's here. I hope it's a funny... Because I can't tell -- I worked too much on it.
Hope you liked all the cameos, as always they're there for a reason, which will be revealed in the future videos. So this is actually in canon with Once Upon a Time in 2fort series. The dramatic videos are coming sometime in the future. I have a lot of ideas, and no time to animate them. Hopefully in the future I'll have more time to animate. Hell, maybe the new Kinect 2 technology will make the motion capture more affordable than professional ones (prices range from 30 000$ and up, seriously?!), and maybe it will have a much cleaner output then the first Kinect. I'll keep my eye out for things like that, because it will make a video making process 90% faster.
Also, if you wonder who that is, sitting next to Gabe Newell (btw sorry I didn't add a beard for him, I couldn't find any that would resemble his real beard) -- that's Robin Walker. Valve portrayed him like this in one of their comics. And since this is a TF2 video -- I decided to add him as well.
I wanted to add other Valve employees but I couldn't find a way to represent them in a recognizable way, without mixing them up with TF2 characters too much. Sorry guys.
Anyway, hope you like the video... Enjoy!
P.S. Oh and I hid a Saxxy in the video, as always. Try and find it!"