Simple Pi, a friend, co-worker, gamer, geek and fellow Minecraft addict, recently gave me the above woodcraft. He had heard me talking about Portal 2 and how much I enjoyed it. He saw a similar craft online and thought he could do it too. Oddly enough, he won’t ever...
Today will be the last day of PC Build 2011 (still typing 2001), and first day of the pita software installation. Beyond the image captions, there’s not much more to say other than there was no fire, although the finished project certainly looks like it has fire inside. Oh,...
Welcome back to PC Build 2011; today is where things can get Hairy. I will be installing the CPU, cooling unit, mobo, and RAM, any of which may be DOA or become very dead in the process. It’s like a very suspenseful (days-long) game, where it all comes down...
Welcome to PC Build 2011, which I keep typing as 2001 because I’m old! Today, I will begin the construction of another custom, non-(barf)-Dell PC, using the components seen in the image above and some parts scavenged from said (barf) Dell. Also, because I am lazy, I will not...
It’s actually very simple. Things you will need:The original Minecraft GUI image files are located in C:\Users\\AppData*\Roaming\.minecraft\bin. Open minecraft.jar with your archive program. Double-click the gui folder, then drag-and-drop gui.png and icons.png onto your desktop. These two files contain the GUI and main menu images. Edit those new pngs...
I’ve been tinkering around with a custom Team Fortress 2 menu for a couple of months and decided that I wanted it completed in order to move on to other things. So, now it’s finished and I offer it to you. Changes from original: Installation: Download and unzip the...
This is a very quick recolor of the L4D2 Tank to make him appear similar to The Incredible Hulk. I say similar because he doesn’t look quite right without hair. Or eyeballs. The skins are in vpk format for easy installation and instructions are included. I suggest that you...
…With replacement backgrounds. Download the file for your monitor’s aspect ratio and copy into “…\Steam\steamapps\\team fortress 2\tf\materials\console”. If the folder does not exist, you will have to create it. There are two versions, one for the default UI and the other for the classic menu.