One of the things we missed at World Cup was the splashed Geos and Egos from Planet Eclipse. Is splash coming back into style?
Nick Truter is parting ways with Planet Eclipse after a decade of service to join Virtue Paintball as the Director of Sales and Marketing in Europe.
"This has been a year of considerable change for me; both personally and now professionally. I am very proud of the part that I have played in the evolution of Planet Eclipse and would like to thank everyone who I have worked with there and wish them all the best,” said Nick.
Two of the most legendary teams in paintball throw down in the PSP Challengers Division semi finals to find out who will move back into the Champions Division for the 2015 season.
In a close, penalty filled match, Chicago Aftershock and San Diego Dynasty both played aggressive, knowing full well what was at stake—lose and stay in the Challengers Division. Win, and they are back in the PSP’s best division.
Photo by Erik Chateau
Handy Tims is once again breaking the barriers of paintball and digital art. All paintings are digitally hand painted in photoshop with a Wacom tablet and with a reference photo as starting point (outlines sketched and details colors and shadows later filled in with different brushes and strokes). This one is Bea Paxson by Mirjam Marcks.
Click to see the others by Handy.
It is with deep regret and profound sadness that I inform you of the passing of my brother, Steve “2e” Barber. Over the past 9 days, he waged a very sudden and surprising battle with Legionnaires disease. Anyone who knew Steve knew he approached his work, his play, and his family with unparalleled dedication.
2E was one of the first player icons in paintball and will be missed the world over.
After their amazing victory in London, Impact arrived at Riverside, California, to compete in the 4th leg of the PSP League. Impact runs into multiple dramatic hurdles on their way to another amazing finish. Be sure to catch all the drama in this episode of The Impact Series! Keep sharing and subscribing to see more videos like these!
Impact has truly been the most amazing story i've ever filmed. From dramatic turns to impeccable performance, it's everything i've ever wanted to film in a paintball documentary. I'm very proud to announce the continuation of the rest of the season as well as a 2015 Season 2 of The Impact Series.
Nick Slowiak, Keith DeVit Jr, Jon "LJ" Woodley and Ronnie Dizon have been released from Houston Heat. The departure of LJ and Ronnie mean that none of the core of Distortion players remain on Houston Heat.
Additionally, Danny Park will not play with Impact in 2015. Bart Yachimec, owner and coach of Impact, had this to say, "Danny did everything..."
Photo by Gary Baum