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Polycount

Published:  June 22, 2011    Category:  Community Website  
We have one goal at Polycount: To offer 3D videogame artists the best News & Resource website possible. Every decision, every update and every move we make internally is with our communities best interests in mind.

Created, maintained and contributed to by professional videogame artists, Polycount was founded by Drew ‘Rogue13′ Risch on April 1st, 1997 along with his good friend Ted ‘bearkub’ Shockey. It was originally known as the Q2PMP, as its first purpose was to store and showcase Quake 2 plug-in player models. In 2006 long time member Adam Bromell (a member since 1999!) joined the Polycount Crew as its Principal Editor and Website Architect to help grow & develop Polycount as a complete resource for videogame artists.
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