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No Points for Second Place   [2012]

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Release Date :
27 January 2012

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

Dangerzone redux, top gun, topgun

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (30 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.8/10 (11 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Graphics .... STE'86

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User Comment
Submitted by Knight Rider on 17 January 2022
New evolution Top Gun 2022
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Submitted by Lobogris on 29 January 2012
Awesome reedition of a cool pic. Good Work Ste'86!
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Submitted by e5frog on 29 January 2012
Nice one, close to the poster, impressive skills putting down those pixels.

Have you done any nice things that are original art, made all by yourself without drawing from looking at something else? Figments of your own imagination?
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Submitted by Matt on 29 January 2012
STE, you are one hell of a great graphical artist!
All of my four thumbs up, again!
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Submitted by luNix on 29 January 2012
Good work!
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Submitted by STE'86 on 29 January 2012
yes well, you never know what 2012 may bring. been having a little "chat" with Paul Docherty & Robin Levy...
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Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 28 January 2012
Very nice, STE. You are probably solely responsible for the increase in graphics releases the past years ;-)
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Submitted by STE'86 on 28 January 2012
:) actually all my stuff is done in Photoshop. but drawn using only flood fills, pencil tools and line draw. working mainly in high zoom. just like using koala. the only thing i can't live without is layers. Layers are just so bloody marvellous for doing c64 graphics. they totally free up the creativity because you are not scared to experiment like you may on a single c64 screen. as a side note, it completely screws with the mind of any designer where i work to try and use my photoshop, which has a strange "habit" of defaulting new documents to 160x200 at 2:1 aspect ratio and a weird 16 colour palette :)
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Submitted by JCB on 28 January 2012
Ste uses Photoshop ;)
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Submitted by Sledge on 28 January 2012
Got to comment once more. In my eyes, this is pure 8-bit art. So good it render all those "other platform tools"-artists out. Myself I paint in Drazpaint, and in multicolor. On a C64. Perhaps you don't, but it sure gives me the feel that you do :)
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Submitted by Joe on 28 January 2012
STE'86: No of course, you are completely right!
I guess it's the ones that got stuck in our collective memory of the artwork legacy.
Nice work, gave it a ten for the motivation and craftmanship.
User Comment
Submitted by doctorfargo on 28 January 2012
Wow! Very nice!
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Submitted by Digger on 28 January 2012
The evolution of pixels. Awesome!
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 28 January 2012
Personally i'm thrilled with every picture that Steve takes the time out of his life to make and bless us with. Remake or not.

Thumbs up mate!
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Submitted by Sledge on 28 January 2012
Dammit, you are good :D
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Submitted by STE'86 on 28 January 2012
point of order here... in 18 months since I began doing c64 stuff again, I have done 17 images of which only 6 have been redesigns of my own 25 year old images. That leaves 11 that that are totally new to me. that's hardly "only remakes" now is it?
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Submitted by Joe on 28 January 2012
I like this enhanced version, and I love the original,
but however I want new images and not only remakes.
You should keep those for a collection instead, kind of like "remix 2010++" :)
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Submitted by dannyk on 28 January 2012
Great job!
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Submitted by TheRyk on 28 January 2012
Everything looks way better, also the sky and the sun.
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 28 January 2012
Compared to the STE original, Tom looks more like Tom, and the logo looks superior.

What's next ?
Does STE plan on re visiting every one of his images from the past ?

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Submitted by Mr. SID on 28 January 2012
Top notch!
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Submitted by Yogibear on 28 January 2012
Wow! This is much better than the '87 version! Nice!
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Submitted by STE'86 on 28 January 2012
looks like you're right. the Dangerzone demo seems corrupt to me. Another copy of it in the TAF demo seems to play much better. would have still loved to hear the Galway or Pete Clarke version tho :)
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Submitted by Conjuror on 28 January 2012
Just played just the SID with sid play and it sounds ok. I have heard corrupted version of it before. try http://hvsc.perff.dk/MUSICIANS/S/Sid_The_Ripper/Danger_Zone.sid
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Submitted by STE'86 on 28 January 2012
actually that starts off well but it seems to lose the plot (and possibly musical sync) after the guitar solo. shame because it was promising.
User Comment
Submitted by Conjuror on 28 January 2012
STE, I always thought this was a good version Danger Zone
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Submitted by Rough on 27 January 2012
The old version from 1987

from the demo Gallery 1
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Submitted by Twoflower on 27 January 2012
Damned nice. Cruise's face is spot-on, just like someone mentioned earlier.
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Submitted by Slimex on 27 January 2012
is this an original? if so, i'm impressed
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Submitted by E$G on 27 January 2012
Nice work ... the movie was from '86 a number you like!
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Submitted by Fredrik on 27 January 2012
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Submitted by STE'86 on 27 January 2012
any musicians inspired to try doing "Dangerzone" please feel free...
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