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TF2: Ancient China- Heavy by redscoutplz TF2: Ancient China- Heavy by redscoutplz
TF2: Ancient China- Heavy

Riffing off of =Folji's Medieval renditions of the TF2 characters, here's the characters localized for Ancient China.

Hailing from the cold Northern regions and adorned with a Magnificent Mongolian hat and traditional outfit, Heavy has the brute strength and brawn to rip his opponents to shreds with his bare hands. Armed with other weapons (not pictured here, hurr), he becomes even more fearsome in combat.

"重武器佬" literally translates to "Heavy Weapons Guy" [i.e. his full title in-game], while "隊要塞 2: 古中國" is just "Team Fortress 2: Ancient China". I've checked the translations on several different sources, and if you still think they're wrong, don't bitch at me. Correct it yourself if you use the file; I've put quite a bit of time into these and can't be arsed to fix anything after upload for now.

Meanwhile =Skarlet-Raven's ancestors spin in their graves, hurrhurrhurr.

Team Fortress 2, TF2, Heavy/Heavy Weapons Guy, Magnificent Mongolian hat VALVE



Feel free to download the lineart (.PSD format) and use for coloring.

DO

Please credit either ~redscoutplz or =Skarlet-Raven somewhere [Artist's Comments/right on the artwork] if you use this.
Linking back with your complete piece would be appreciated (and probably put in a special folder as well for all to see)
Feel free to use this for non-Team Fortress 2 context, but please credit the design to either ~redscoutplz or =Skarlet-Raven

DON'T

Claim this design as your own
Use for commercial purposes/resell



HOW TO

The layers are in Vector Smart Object format so that they can be moved and resized/scaled to whatever size desired. To convert the layers after resizing to your needs (Photoshop CS3 and later)-

1. Select the Layer
2. Go to the "Layer" Tab
3. Go down to the "Rasterize" Tab
4. Click "Smart Object", "Layer", or "All Layers"


For those without Photoshop, the preview is a .PNG format to copy and paste into your chosen digital drawing/painting program (or to print out for you traditional artists).
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sonsal4ever123 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013
Where is spy?
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SuwakoTheFrogKeeper Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2011
DONT RUN ITS JUST RAMEN
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redscoutplz Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
Kill them all! Hahaha!

:iconcrysomemoreplz:

Thanks for looking over this lineart.

:la:
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SuwakoTheFrogKeeper Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
FATTY FAT FAT FAT
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redscoutplz Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
Little, little man!

:lol:
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SuwakoTheFrogKeeper Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
IM NOT LITTLE
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redscoutplz Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
Ooohhhh, run, run, I'm coming for you!

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SuwakoTheFrogKeeper Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
:iconnopeaviplz: Nope
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