This is the percentage of revenue an item creator receives from direct sales of their item. Click here to learn more.
The Steam Workshop makes it easier than ever for you to submit finished 3D models of items for a chance to have them accepted and incorporated to the actual game. To publish an item to the workshop for consideration, first read the official documentation linked on the right, then click the Steam Workshop button in the main menu of the game.
The Steam Workshop makes it easy to discover or share new content for your game or software. Each title might support slightly different kinds of content in their Workshop, so it's best to check out the official documentation for more details on what can be created and shared in that area.
When you find content under the Maps tab you wish to add to your game, click the 'subscribe' button. In most cases the content will be automatically available the next time you launch the game. But some products require that you go into a dedicated area of the game or software to activate or access the new content.
These are the Steam Workshop features utilized by Team Fortress 2:
Items posted in this Workshop under the Maps tab are ready for immediate use. Click the Subscribe button on the detail page for the item and it will be available when you start Team Fortress 2.
Curated Item Selection
Items posted in this Workshop under the Items tab aren't immediately usable in Team Fortress 2. The developers are looking to the community to rate up items they would most like to see made available to buy or unlock within Team Fortress 2. Ultimately, the developers choose which items to select and add to Team Fortress 2.
Accepted items from the Workshop are made available for purchase or can be unlocked within Team Fortress 2.
Item Creators Can Earn Royalties
Items from this Workshop that are accepted for sale will pay the creators a split of the revenue if that item is sold for a fee.
Service Providers Can Earn Royalties
Workshop authors can select from a pre-approved list of organizations, users, and toolmakers to receive a percentage of Valve's revenue from sale of their items. The specific organizations and individuals are listed below.
Since 1998 Polycount has been offering video game artists a place to learn, critique, and challenge themselves. If you check the credits to your favorite game, there is a good chance a Polycounter had a hand in it.
TF2Maps.net is a close-knit community for aspiring Team Fortress 2 mappers and content creators. Featuring community owned game servers, map testing of all types and real-time playtest feedback from both fellow mappers and casual players.
The Live Workshop brings you artists from different disciplines across the entertainment industry to help you design along with tutorials and learn the best techniques, work flows, and tricks used by veteran professionals to create high quality art.
The community provides training that educates, entertains & inspires with live stream broadcasts. Interact with artists in-chat as they design and complete concepts, models, textures, illustrations, renders, animations and much more.