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News

All of the news entries from both the present and past. Chronologically, the newest reviews are sorted from the top to the bottom.


News (8/5/22) - Starting Work Again After A Break
The completion of the redesign is a bit overdue. Im going to start work on the index, classics, and more.

I can't really think of an excuse for the few months of no updates, either i've been busy with 3dmm or doom modding, but thats only been for like a month. It might've been the index page with trial and error i've gone through unfortunately burning me out, but I think that burnout has fizzled out, so expect more updates soon.


News (4/7/22) - Welcome to the new and improved version of TNT-Films!
This will be the next legitimate version of TNT-FILMS, there was another redesign, but I decided to cancel that one.

While it looks massively different compared to the 1.0 version of TNT-FILMS, It's really just a graphical update. Navlinks will still be the same (besides a few new ones,) same style of updates, same header, etc. Also, another big reason for a redesign is to make the site much cleaner in code. Basically, the 1.0 version is held up by plastic straws. So yeah... The biggest update, ever.




Alternate News

These entries don't relate to the site, and are instead about things in the general 3dmm zone of conversation.


In Other News (8/12/22) - Texan Time Travel Movie
It's about damn time theres another off-topic news thing we have here.

This is a promotional thread for my new movie i'm working on, a sort of p.a.m movie that I think is most likely getting released, no matter how long it takes. It's basically about 2 bandits from the wild-west get kidnapped go to the future, voice actors needed!


In Other News (4/21/22) - 3dmm's source code is released!
I'd never thought of this ever happening. But here it is. Thanks to Foone, we now have the full source-code of 3dmm for us to do anything we want to do with it.

From completely changing the ui, to making it higher res, or exporting movies to video files! From what I assume you can pretty much do anything with the source code. Since its literally 3dmm but editable.