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|Douglas R. Wood|
Douglas R. Wood, or simply known as Doug Wood, is a animator. He has been working in the gaming industry since 1994.
Doug joined Valve in 1997 and has been working on the Half-Life series ever since. Before Valve, Doug worked at Apogee/3Drealms where he worked on Duke-Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior and Prey (before everyone left) and the Plutonium/Atomic Edition for Duke. Before 3DRealms, he worked for Origin down in Austin. As far as we know, Doug is the only member of Valve who has ever been a Guardian Angel in New York City.
As a character animator, Doug helped shape the Source engine's animation system, focusing on techniques which allow animators and designers to quickly create and modify choreo scenes.
- Duke Nukem 3D: Plutonium Pak (1996)
- Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition (1996)
- Duke Nukem 3D (1996)
- Shadow Warrior (1997)
- Duke Nukem 64 (1997)
- Half-Life (1998)
- Duke Nukem 3D (1998)
- Half-Life: Opposing Force (1999)
- Half-Life: Blue Shift (2001)
- Duke Nukem Advance (2002)
- Half-Life 2 (2004)
- Counter-Strike: Source (2004)
- Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006)
- Dark Messiah: Might and Magic (2006)
- Portal (2007)
- Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007)
- Left 4 Dead (2008)
- Left 4 Dead 2 (2009)
- Alien Swarm (2010)
- Portal 2 (2011)
- His name appears in Half-Life as an Easter egg on a Sector C locker and on a sign of the Hospital in Half-Life 2: Episode One.