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64'er Graphics Compo "Pixelpracht"

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
September 1993

Place :
Germany

Competition Results :

C64 Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Clown by ChipsiDownload
3Voodoo Queen by CrossbowDownload
5Fisch by OgamiDownload
6Dragon Wars by CrossbowDownload
7Dragon Wars by IvanDownload
8Delaney's World by SliceDownload
9Cyberpunk by OgamiDownload
??Le Chuck by Slayer GrafixDownload7.5
??Gobliins 2 1 by Slayer GrafixDownload7.5

Attendants : (7)
Chipsi, Crossbow, DeeKay, Fritzl Fliege, Gnome of Death, Ivan, Ogami


User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 29 September 2013
Ogami's Cyberpunk pic is from Front Line Assembly's Caustic Grip record cover: http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=94251

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 31 March 2012
What really pissed me off back in the days was how this piece of junk which won the compo did even get through the preselection - ok, there is not much to do against winning by fraud, but while the pictures of me and a friend of mine could not compete with the stuff from Deekay, Ogami etc, they were certainly way better than the winning crap (which would be crap even if it wasn't a blatant Ministeck copy, but that makes things even worse of course), but someone in the 64er redaction must have been bribed or something.
Ah well... :-)

User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 December 2007
Wow, gpz, what on earth did you google for? 8) "ministeck clown" doesn't give me that pic!...

User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 13 December 2007
google came up with a photo of the original clown pic: http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa311/softlyblueeyes/Ministe.. :)

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Submitted by DeeKay on 29 November 2007
Rudolf Rönsch = Rudolf Rönisch = Chake/Crest = Just another Crossbow production!
Manuel Rieger = Vision/Crest = Just another Crossbow production!

So basically Crossbow (also) singlehandedly owned this 64er-compo! 8)

More Trivia: First place was converted from a "Ministeck" Pattern, which explains why the aspect ratio is all wrong (Ministeck-pixels are squared!). The guy made first place by handing out cards to his friends so they'd vote for him! <:-) Pissed me off bigtime, he got a SNES and I just got a shitty Competition Pro Micro, which broke like 2 weeks after I got it!...

Even more trivia: Another version of "Silver and Atone" has been done by Biz Kid/Oxy: Compopic TCC1993

User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 25 October 2007
And a third version of the Dragon Wars picture can be found in the Dragon Wars [import] +D. Quite a used motive, it seems.

User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 24 October 2007
64er 6/93 has screenshots of the 10 preselected entries. (uploaded here: http://img514.imageshack.us/my.php?image=pixelprachtzr3.jpg)
64er 9/93 announces the results:

1. "Clown" - Boris Müller == Chipsi
2. "Silver and Stone" - Daniel Kottmair (== Steel and Atone, Deekay/Crest)
3. "Voodoo Queen" - Rudolf Rönsch = Rudolf Rönisch = Chake/Crest = Just another Crossbow production!
4. "Manowar" - Irfan Celik (== Triumpf of Steel, Ivan/Smash Designs)
5. "Fisch" - Karl 'Ogami' Shew (Ogami/Fairlight)
6. "Dragon Wars" - Roland Tögel (Crossbow/Crest) !!!MISSING!!!
7. "Dragon Wars" - Irfan Celik (Ivan/Smash Designs)
8. "Delaney's World" - Manuel Rieger = Vision/Crest = Just another Crossbow production! !!!MISSING!!!
9. "Cyberpunk" - Karl 'Ogami' Shew (Ogami/Fairlight)

place 1-3 should be on the disk from 64er 9/93

other trivia: place 6 and 7 are copies of the same boris vallejo picture =)
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