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Any GFX Artist Like to Draw a Vampire Picturepage  1 2 3 4 5 6 

Casper Steuperaert

Posts 3
23 Jul 2017 10:21


Przemyslaw Tkaczyk wrote:

Or perhaps we could ask Mr Eric W. Schwartz to contribute? :)

Well, he also did the AROS logo. Maybe a vampirized Kitty? Would blend well with the OS.


Rod March

Posts 37
23 Jul 2017 14:32


Don't do pixel art but I do 3D for feature films.
 
  Happy to create a character in LW on Amiga and render with the Vampire, but I'll need a beta of the Soft FPU as LW won't run at all on it at present.

Here's my latest Amiga-themed piece (done on PC):
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Leo Foederer

Posts 19
23 Jul 2017 14:50


Impressive!


David Wright

Posts 197
23 Jul 2017 14:51


Here's my stab at it.
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Michael R

Posts 247
23 Jul 2017 17:31


Rod March wrote:

Don't do pixel art but I do 3D for feature films.
 
  Happy to create a character in LW on Amiga and render with the Vampire, but I'll need a beta of the Soft FPU as LW won't run at all on it at present.
 
  Here's my latest Amiga-themed piece (done on PC):
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Wow! That was great.

Imagine if we had an animation like that and the Miggy morphed into an Apollo Accelerated Amiga then REALLY started dancing!!

That would be a great advertisement for Apollo products.


Michael R

Posts 247
23 Jul 2017 17:32


David Wright wrote:

Here's my stab at it.
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I like the Vampire medallion idea. That conveys the theme well. Now if we could achieve the same quality as the "Buffy" pixelated image we saw earlier. Good job!


David Wright

Posts 197
23 Jul 2017 19:27


I kind of went with Gunnars idea, original pixel look with max of 256 colors. It is a lot easier to go into Photoshop or Painter with a Wacom and airbrush, blend and custom modern brushes, tougher in Dpaint or Personal Paint.

What iis kind of fun is use individual colors and pixels to show gradients. The Buffy pic shown earlier was a pixel filter on a photo.


Xan X-vision

Posts 18
23 Jul 2017 20:45


Mr Niding wrote:

Had a peek at your website, and very impressive graphics :)
 
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Thank you very much! we always appreciate support. Those are from our main project, whom we hope to provide more info very soon ;)


Simo Koivukoski
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 263
24 Jul 2017 05:56


David Wright wrote:

Here's my stab at it.
 

Looks nice! :)


Thomas Blatt

Posts 72
24 Jul 2017 06:54


@David Wright,looks very good


Obetto Sannala

Posts 50
24 Jul 2017 08:45


@David Wright

I like


Lord Aga
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 51
24 Jul 2017 09:25


The best so far :)


Manuel Jesus

Posts 90
25 Jul 2017 23:54


Nice work Simo you guys are having fun with this.



Manuel Jesus

Posts 90
25 Jul 2017 23:55


Something in this style but with a vampire femme fatale would be nice.

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Simo Koivukoski
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 263
26 Jul 2017 05:16


Manuel Jesus wrote:

Nice work Simo you guys are having fun with this.
 

oh, that was David's artwork.


Michael R

Posts 247
26 Jul 2017 17:42


David Wright wrote:

I kind of went with Gunnars idea, original pixel look with max of 256 colors. It is a lot easier to go into Photoshop or Painter with a Wacom and airbrush, blend and custom modern brushes, tougher in Dpaint or Personal Paint.
 
  What iis kind of fun is use individual colors and pixels to show gradients. The Buffy pic shown earlier was a pixel filter on a photo.

Good job! I like the artwork.

It would be good to have a default bootpic like this. But it would also be nice if we users could assign a Boot Pic using some settings tool used with the Vampire cards. Selecting our own boot pic would be a cool feature!



Fernando Pereira

Posts 68
27 Jul 2017 14:59


What exactly should be the resolution of the said image?



David Wright

Posts 197
27 Jul 2017 16:39


I kind of got hooked again on older graphic programs with this.
This one I tried the gfx2 which doesn't run without an fpu in Amiga so I tried on pc, :(
Also Personal Paint which for now is the best that works in Amiga and still has that retro pixel fill and classic dithering.

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John Mautz

Posts 24
27 Jul 2017 18:13


David Wright wrote:

I kind of got hooked again on older graphic programs with this.
  This one I tried the gfx2 which doesn't run without an fpu in Amiga so I tried on pc, :(
  Also Personal Paint which for now is the best that works in Amiga and still has that retro pixel fill and classic dithering.
 
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This one I really like!!!


Eric Gus

Posts 135
28 Jul 2017 08:02


John Mautz wrote:

David Wright wrote:

  I kind of got hooked again on older graphic programs with this.
  This one I tried the gfx2 which doesn't run without an fpu in Amiga so I tried on pc, :(
  Also Personal Paint which for now is the best that works in Amiga and still has that retro pixel fill and classic dithering.
 
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  This one I really like!!!

Yup.. I like this one the best so far also..

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