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Team Fortress 2 box art cover
By avatar slimd1995 27 on January 27th, 2012
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Woo, Team Fortress 2.

Who those who don't get the box, Mann Co. is a fictional establishment in the Team Fortress 2 universe.

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Bastart 48 [ 8 years ago ]

Nice one, you gadget freak :P

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twoxT 34 [ 8 years ago ]

Definitely a new turn in TF2 boxes.

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MattStar 48 [ 8 years ago ]

Nice dude. I love it.

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Js2Kings 34 [ 8 years ago ]

I'm really liking the new front

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Daemon 46 [ 8 years ago ]

Came out great.

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Magical 41 [ 8 years ago ]

Looks pretty authentic.

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Ienzo 1 [ 8 years ago ]

I never really was on your side.

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Ervo 48 [ 8 years ago ]

Like I said in Steam, cool!

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Eggboy'13 48 [ 8 years ago ]

I genuinely love this.
It's brilliant.

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tmrd 43 [ 8 years ago ]

It's a clever idea, but IMO, thats about where it ends. I mean, it really doesn't look very appealing for a box, and if I saw it in a store I would have no idea what it is for as it doesn't even mention the name of the game.

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slimd1995 27 [ 8 years ago ]

"if I saw it in a store I would have no idea what it is for as it doesn't even mention the name of the game."

Yeah, that's not the point.

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tmrd 43 [ 8 years ago ]

@slimd1995 I get that it's artistic, but IMO, this doesn't look even like a creative boxart, it just looks like a really creative piece of art slapped on a template. I really like the art itself but I just don't think it works as a boxart.

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ChuckECheese123 31 [ 8 years ago ]

That looks great!

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Spiderpig24 47 [ 8 years ago ]

Perfect, like I mentioned on Steam and in the WIP thread. I do see where tmrd is coming from, but I don't think that really applies with this (Not to me anyway). It's something I would print out and put in a case for TF2, and even though I may be the only one in my house that knows what it's for, it doesn't matter. Great box that goes incredibly well with the game, that should be all that matters. It's just fitting a different audience, and not the average consumer.

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Mariolee 42 [ 8 years ago ]

Ah, very clever. Design wise, I'm not sure where to start as your idea and execution insinuates heavily that this isn't to be criticized as an ordinary box art. It's very creative, and you have perfectly mimicked the classic catalog style, and as a piece of artwork I am very impressed. However, as a box art, although aesthetically innovative, it has a poor sense of balance as well as flow of design.

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Pleiades 40 [ 8 years ago ]

I concur. For some reason, this design seems better suited to a paper manual or something of the sort. It's still very nice in the context of an old-fashioned catalog and the humorous text is about what I'd expect from Team Fortress 2.

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TheSlyder 41 [ 8 years ago ]

I certainly like it, but I feel like it might be better suited as a booklet insert for the game rather than the cover.

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TwistedTinkerToy 43 [ 8 years ago ]

It looks pretty cool. I'd definitely say it's your best box. Good job.

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Element 37 [ 8 years ago ]

It's a rather interesting cover. It's done greatly, and the idea is very good too. Even if I didn't knew it was for TF2 (I just discovered in your WIP thread, when there was the crate on the front), I would still love you you did here.

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deiviuxs 46 [ 8 years ago ]

Well, as I mentioned before this is not something I would see on the shelves representing TF2, however, it is a creative and unique box art. Good job!

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Ayron 47 [ 8 years ago ]

I'm still in love with it.

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