Hello! My name is Maxime Lebled (on the internet, people know me as MaxOfS2D) — but just call me Max. I love to make 3D things — but mostly animating them — experimenting with new stuff, and posting about it online.

I have worked at Facepunch Studios Ltd. for two years on the games Rust and Garry's Mod, then on the indie retro-arcade shooter Wrack, and am currently working on Fireborne. I also frequently contribute to Valve's games through the Steam Workshop.

Nowadays, you don't really have one big page for yourself anymore. Everything's scattered around social networks and other websites. Here are links to my online presence.

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Last updated on June 23rd, 2015. Hey, look! Buttons!

facebook page one of the places where i post various animations and news about what I'm doing.
twitter feed my twitter account. it's a pretty good way to keep up to date.
youtube my main youtube channel. this is where i post (almost only) animation videos.

blog a rarely-updated blog where i post articles that didn't take less than 5mn to write.
portfolio this is my online portfolio, currently still in barebones form, but that's okay.
source a repository for source files of my work (mostly pertaining to the source engine).

dotabuff when i don't contribute to dota's steam workshop, i play the game. a lot.
google+ (profile) i only have a profile on google+ because it's required for google services.
google+ (page) this is the google+ page that i was forced to create as a youtube user.
last.fm what music i'm listening to, what i've listened to, which tracks i love.
linkedin online resumé, where i've worked, what i've worked on, recommendations, etc.
soundcloud where i (re)post some of the silly audio things (mashups, readings) i've made.
steam my steam community profile (check out all these cool items i have).
tf2tip team fortress 2 texture improvement project by nassimo & blaholtzen.
tumblr i reblog cool art, interesting posts, but mainly lots of silly absurd humor.
twitch.tv livestreaming video games, or work related to video games. player below.
vine.co a feed of six second looping videos in terrible hardware-encoded quality.
youtube alt my other youtube channel. a place for all the other kinds of videos.

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If you wish to register using my referral link, here it is. It doesn't really matter, though; all I'd get is a badge for bragging rights, and it's already cool if I got you to contribute at all!