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Don't Push It   [2011]

Don't Push It Released by :
STE'86

Release Date :
12 August 2011

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

AKA :
Rambo Redux

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (30 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.5/10 (13 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Graphics .... STE'86

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/99172/Don\'t Push It v2.prg (downloads: 413)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/99168/Don\'t Push It.prg (downloads: 186)

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User Comment
Submitted by JCB on 29 August 2011
@Kenz, have a look in Trivia ;)
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Submitted by Kenz on 29 August 2011
Would love to see the pic ported onto the CPC with those colours! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Jucke on 27 August 2011
Wow. Really great!
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Submitted by DRAX on 24 August 2011
I love this one!!! Classic!
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Submitted by PAL on 23 August 2011
WOW what an image... it is really cool and all... the only thing I really miss is that it should be more simularities in the face of rambo... but overall one hell of an image!
User Comment
Submitted by Cybortech on 20 August 2011
YES! great '88 style! congrat for feeling! : )
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Submitted by Joe on 18 August 2011
A very fine piece I must say. Too bad you don't want to participate compos Steve, but I do enjoy your work!
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Submitted by CreaMD on 17 August 2011
Deekay, why do everybody think that only way how to do a Rambo Revisited pic it is to make it better. I hoped that some talented crazy gfxians will get it and make it different. (Imagine Rambo made by Ptoing.. Mermaid.. or Rambo made by Ragnarok, or Mirage;-)) (and even if you wanted to make it look "better" there are still some sweet advanced modes made by Roland)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 17 August 2011
Whoa, fuck me... Now I don't feel like releasing mine! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. SID on 15 August 2011
I would've never thought that it could look this good.
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 15 August 2011
Now thats what i call a makeover! awesome work steve! <3
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Submitted by Malmix on 15 August 2011
fantastic!
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Submitted by HCL on 15 August 2011
Very nice!
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Submitted by BHF on 14 August 2011
Awesome , yes !! good work !
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Submitted by STE'86 on 14 August 2011
a final comment on the compo, I would personally like to see a dark and moody version in style of Dave Thorpes Speccy loader, like that crossed with Bobs pic maybe. Also one of the hires maestros on here could do a fantastic job translating the speccy loader to 2011 with c64 colours. the trick to hires if you "get it" is ofc knowing what to leave out rather than put in just like the top spectrum artists.
User Comment
Submitted by STE'86 on 14 August 2011
Nobody should throw anything away, i speak from experience as I too have thrown one of these away before in 1986, which was the first time i edited Steve Wahids's Rambo pic to add more shading depth. shortly after getting a koalapad. I threw that away because "it wasn't mine" and regret it now in my less idealistic and more pragmatic years :)
This one also is ofc not totally "mine". if you overlay the original you will find many outlines which match, simply because thats how this pic started life. The main logo is patterned on the style in which Andrew Sleigh did the rambo 3 text (tho drawn by me at 2/3 size). the manner in which its displayed is the same as Dave Thorpe's speccy loader, and the ocean logo is off an Andrew Sleigh loader because it matched the size i wanted. tho again its edited to conform to my colour ram usage, in the same way i do with the Psytronik logo.
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 14 August 2011
11/10 - awesome work. now someone recode the bloody game, please :-D
User Comment
Submitted by Kenz on 14 August 2011
Wow, this is spooky! I actually recently started doing my own C64 update of the Rambo C64 loading screen just for a chuckle (I've always been a bit jealous of the Speccy loading screen) but then this awesome piece of work from Steve appeared!! There was no way I could match this so I was ready to chuck my bitmap away - but now I might finish it off for the Rambo comp. Great minds and all that, eh, Steve? :)
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 14 August 2011
Splenid work! Glad you released it. Even better than BOB's version (which was my personal favourite).
User Comment
Submitted by Kristian on 14 August 2011
I don't see how this could have been done any better. Awesome.
User Comment
Submitted by encore on 14 August 2011
Really like your take on the loader-screen STE - Sly finally looks like a real person instead of a flat carbon copy. ;) If only it had looked like that back in the 80's. :) Nice job!
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 13 August 2011
holy shit. the amount of details, the depth, the shading. fuck me.
User Comment
Submitted by Exploding First on 13 August 2011
Excellent!!! STE 10 Points.
User Comment
Submitted by yonx on 13 August 2011
awesome!!
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Submitted by -$iXX!- on 13 August 2011
The gun. THE GUN! And i like the face, looks like a slooby unshaved Stallone to me.
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 13 August 2011
Nice picture remake.
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Submitted by Matt on 13 August 2011
can I vote 11?
awesome!
User Comment
Submitted by STE'86 on 13 August 2011
there is now a v2 upload available with some facial changes in the light of comments, and indeed the light of day with a fresh look at the artwork. a few muscle changes in the neck area too. this will be the last update as there is just too much interlocking dithering on the face to keep messing with it. the choice is now yours :)
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 13 August 2011
Awesome, STE86! I can see a bunch of other classic remakes comin'. :D
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Submitted by Rough on 13 August 2011
STE, you rule!
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Submitted by CreaMD on 13 August 2011
Compo started Rambo Revisited - GFX Compo (will check text and rules, and eventually fix them when I get some sleep ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 13 August 2011
Wonderful! @CreaMD: I'm game!
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Submitted by TheRyk on 13 August 2011
What Wile said, the head looks a little tiny/disproportionate, but on the other hand, Stallone (looked and) looks not very human, esp after his recent superfluous surgeries.
Thumbs up anyway.
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 13 August 2011
Fantastic! This is how it was meant to be on the 64!
User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 13 August 2011
Wile Coyote. I want to make a compo around the original pic. Anything that is inspired or taking from it, goes. (I can imagine this can be made in various styles.. ;-) If there is at least one person who will say yes. I will launch it at c64.sk immediately.
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 13 August 2011
only a few hundred times better than the original. :) now, that's a scene product!
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 13 August 2011
Great! Love these pixels Steve!

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