In the world of TF2 modding, there are few who can rival the greatness of GameBanana Bridget. She was the greatest TF2 model ever created, and her loss is still felt by the community to this day. In this blog post, we will be paying tribute to GameBanana Bridget and all that she meant to the TF2 modding community. We’ll also be exploring some of her best work, so that her legacy may live on.
Who is Bridget?
Bridget is the most popular model on GameBanana, and for good reason. She’s been featured in over 1000 skins and has been downloaded over 10 million times. She’s also been used in a variety of other ways, including Garry’s Mod, Team Fortress 2 sprays, and even as a 3D model in some fan-made games.
Bridget was created by forum user Tomatekh back in 2008, and has since become the face of GameBanana. She’s a well-rounded model that can be used for a variety of purposes, and her popularity is only increasing as more people discover her.
If you’re looking for a high-quality TF2 model to use in your own skins or projects, look no further than Bridget. She’s sure to add that extra bit of flair that you’re looking for.
What made her the greatest TF2 model ever?
Bridget was the greatest TF2 model ever for a number of reasons. First and foremost, she was incredibly photogenic. Second, she had a great sense of style and knew how to dress to kill. Third, she knew how to work the camera, giving the viewer her best angles and making sure they got a good look at her amazing body. Fourth, she always brought her A-game, whether it was in terms of her modeling or her personality. She was always fun to be around and always made sure everyone had a good time. Finally, she had an amazing work ethic and was always professional on set.
Some of our favorite Bridget moments
Bridget is one of the most beloved characters in the Team Fortress 2 community. She’s been a part of the game since its release in 2007, and has been featured in countless fan-made videos, artworks, and cosplays. Here are some of our favorite Bridget moments:
Bridget’s first appearance in a TF2 comic by Valve was in “Meet the Spy”, where she was disguised as a RED Spy.
In “The Brute Force”, a short film by YouTube user shrugger, Bridget is revealed to be a master of hand-to-hand combat.
Bridget has also appeared in several “Meet the Team” parody videos, including “Meet the Sniper” and “Meet the Medic”.
One of Bridget’s most iconic moments is her dance scene in “The Balloonicorn Saga”, a fan-made animation by YouTube user TheMightyTeapot.
Bridget has also been featured in numerous pieces of fan art, including this adorable drawing by artist kawaiipandabear.
How the community is paying tribute to Bridget
The community is paying tribute to Bridget in many ways. Some are sharing their personal stories and artwork, while others are making donations to her family.
One of the most touching tributes comes from an artist who goes by the name of Maddy Myers. Myers has created a series of illustrations called “Bridgette’s Legacy” which tells the story of Bridget through her art.
“Bridget was an amazing person and an incredible talent,” Myers said. “I feel so lucky to have known her and to have been able to call her my friend.”
Myers is also donating all proceeds from the sale of her prints to Bridget’s family. You can check out her artwork here.
Others are sharing their own stories and memories of Bridget on social media, using the hashtag #RIPBridget. These stories range from funny anecdotes to heartwarming moments, all of which show just how loved and appreciated Bridget was by those who knew her.
Thank you for reading this article about the late, great Bridget. I hope it has given you a better understanding of who she was and why she was so loved by the TF2 community. If you would like to learn more about her or see some of her amazing work, I encourage you to check out the links below. Rest in peace, Bridget. We will never forget you.