SourceSTUFF December Issue is out now

SourceSTUFF, the lovely magazine going through the ins and outs of Source Film Maker, Dota 2, Team Fortress 2 and a few other bits and pieces, is back with its fourth issue, promising all sorts of December-y winter goodness. The theme is clearly Christmas-y this month!

As always, this issue contains the lowdown on the best SFM pictures around. On top of that, SourceSTUFF have done a little round robin catch up of the events of Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2, noting all the major updates that have happened this year. As well as this, there’s a lowdown on the VK Group, which is the community behind the magazine, posters made by the community both in SFM and GMOD, and some basic questions answered for beginner SFM users.

They’ve also managed to snatch an interesting little interview with youtuber KrasniyB, who specialises in making what he wants to watch, not what will please the mewling crowds. This makes for some rather unusual, sometimes psychedelic work. But I don’t want to spoil it all, it’s all in SourceSTUFF’s article.

Also as always, there’s the beautiful pictures. Once again, I’m astounded by the pictures published. They’ve all got that warm light feeling that’s sometimes difficult to achieve. The magazine, despite its struggles to get it translated into English (English IS a hard language!), is put together in a wonderful way and is a real pleasure to look at.

Anyway, you can read the newest issue of SourceSTUFF by clicking here (or here if you prefer reading in the magazine’s native Russian), and you can read the three latest issues together by clicking here. Alternatively, Issuu has a really nice Embedding tool, which means you can simply scroll down a bit and read SourceSTUFF issue 4 right here.

Go on, do it, even if it’s just for the really pretty pictures.


Also known as Doctor Retvik Von Schreibtviel, Medic writes 50% of all the articles on the Daily SPUF. A dedicated Medic main in Team Fortress 2 and an avid speedster in Warframe, Medic has the unique skill of writing 500 words about very little in a very short space of time.

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