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My tribute to one of the best games on Atari 2600, Activision's River Raid. 1982. I re-imagined it in landscape format. The cars on the road are from another Activision game, Freeway. 10"x 20", 144 dpi
My tribute to Mad Planets, the 1983 arcade game from Gottlieb. It's the only game where you are being attacked by planets and their moons. It's a little difficult to play in emulation, as the arcade game had a joystick and a rotation wheel.
Favorite visual artistFrank FrazettaFavorite moviesCaddyshack, Animal House, The Matrix, Christmas VacationFavorite TV showsBig Bang Theory, Arrow, Gotham, Adventure Time, FireflyFavorite bands / musical artistsAvenged Sevenfold, Motley Crue, Cheap Trick, Iron MaidenFavorite booksWheel of Time, Game of Thrones, Ready Player One, The Gunslinger SeriesFavorite writersRobert Jordan, Tom Clancy, Stephen KingFavorite gamesAdventure, Zelda, Space Invaders, Metroid, Tempest, BattlezoneFavorite gaming platformSega GenesisTools of the TradeGimpOther Interestswriting, jogging
Starting in January 2015 I'll be doing two calendars a month, one for arcade games and one for console games from the classic era (late 70s to early 90s.) That incorporates 8 and 16 bit consoles. My skills with GIMP have improved enough that I am faster at making these, plus it engages my creativity and reminds me how much fun I had playing these games back in the day.
My goal for 2015 is to learn 3D modeling with Blender software. That way I can recreate my favorite games and turn 2D objects into 3D characters. That's a big jump in artistic style.
I don't do this for the money. I make these tributes for the fond memories.