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TibbleKoala   [2013]

TibbleKoala Released by :
bittin

Release Date :
13 April 2013

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

Released At :
TibbleLAN #1

User rating:*_________  1.3/10 (30 votes)   See votestatistics
*_________  1.4/10 (10 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Graphics .... bittin

Download :
http://www.speedyshare.com/4w3Hf/Tibblekoala.zip (downloads: 393)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/116191/tibblecompopic1.kla.bmp (downloads: 264)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/116195/tibblecompopic1.prg (downloads: 117)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/116188/Tibblekoala.zip (downloads: 92)

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User Comment
Submitted by Slimex on 15 April 2013
oh, we might have a serial pixeler loose... call teh police!
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 14 April 2013
OMFG iLKke is right!!! The pic tricked me at first, but now I recognize the famous "ladder"-dithering that has been a standard technique in converters for a long time. This is shocking news!
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 14 April 2013
comments: 10/10
picture: 0/10
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 14 April 2013
"What is computer based fine arts?" ...one can hardly find any answer to the question... Creative artists and the art itself that use the computer as its media is used in various other branches of art, such as in music. Commodore 64 is used as a tool for creation - instead of brush one uses a tac two or a comp pro.

Herbert W. Franke, one of the very inventors of computer art, touched this subject in his big question: "Is the image created using koalapainter really an art?" We could also ask whether tones played using violin are also music. In both cases we just used tools to produce the art.

In this case the artist used the koalapainter and his joystick to produce some of the finest piece of dithers, shapes, emotions and layers of thought.
User Comment
Submitted by iLKke on 14 April 2013
I call foul play! This is a scan, no human can pixel this by hand.

Show WIP stages or GTFO!
User Comment
Submitted by Bitbreaker on 14 April 2013
no boobs, sucks.
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 14 April 2013
This is an ART forum, not dumping ground for crap!
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 14 April 2013
Damn, can't vote 0
User Comment
Submitted by Conjuror on 13 April 2013
As much as I appreciate both hednings and macx's analysis. I'm going to provide my own in-depth analysis and after having done that, I've concluded this is a piece of shit.
User Comment
Submitted by Fungus on 13 April 2013
Less than garbage
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 13 April 2013
Macx: With all due respect, it seems that only I and Cruzer are capable of a full experience of this masterpiece.
User Comment
Submitted by Cruzer on 13 April 2013
Tibble dithering, a new standard is born. Wonder if anyone else will be able to master it. Joe's techniques pale in comparison.
User Comment
Submitted by macx on 13 April 2013
I care to differ, hedning:

If one examines neocultural desituationism, one is faced with a choice: either accept TibbleKoala as is or conclude that the purpose of the artist is deconstruction, given that neocultural desituationism is invalid. In a sense, the subject is contextualised into a semioticist theory that includes narrativity as a paradox. Any number of discourses concerning neocultural desituationism may be found.

The premise of any TibbleKoalas in capitalist or communist pretextual theory states that narrative comes from the collective unconscious. In a sense, several theories concerning submodernist desublimation may be found.
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 13 April 2013
Let your 3 years aged children at the Commies!
User Comment
Submitted by Bamse on 13 April 2013
Wow - didn´t know just what the VIC is capable of...
User Comment
Submitted by v3to on 13 April 2013
waiting for the first demo coming up with this one
User Comment
Submitted by BrandonWalsh on 13 April 2013
This deserves to be run on real hardware. I really liked it in VICE but when I loaded it up on my C64 I was blown away. The dithering really comes through on my CRT.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 13 April 2013
And please! Don't miss out the TIBBLE dithering, forming ladders reaching for the skies!

User Comment
Submitted by JSL on 13 April 2013
next would be that this piece comes out as better art than the recent JSL pictures. Who gave this a 10? :D Offtopic, I am currently pixeling third picture today. I have Evil Zombies done, The Book, and now working on For Leon 10.. Get it soon..
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 13 April 2013
Cresh: Infidel! I might have done a freudian analysis, but still I believe your postmodern analysis lack in a serious hermeneutic-relativistic manner. It is obviously so that the KOALA statement exhibits fragmentation, self-reference, hyperreality, and the piece of art itself copious sampling. These elements are hallmarks of a postmodern cultural piece of art. Each piece of the picture is not an ordered contribution to a story told by the whole, as a traditional piece of art would be structured.
User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 13 April 2013
Dude, I do not agree with you! This KOALA explores the relationship between Pre-raphaelite tenets and romance tourism.

With influences as diverse as PAL and Carrion, new variations are created from both constructed and discovered discourse.

Ever since Bittin was a postgraduate he has been fascinated by the traditional understanding of the universe. What starts out as vision soon becomes corrupted into a hegemony of temptation, leaving only a sense of failing and the dawn of a new undefined.

As momentary derivatives become distorted through studious and critical practice, the viewer is left with an impression of the darkness of our condition.
User Comment
Submitted by NecroPolo on 13 April 2013
Comments... :D
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 13 April 2013
Very interesting piece of art. According to Nostradamus, the apparition of monsters is a presage of war. This piece of art was indeed made near the capital of Sweden April 2013 and it has a prophetic character. The left woman-horse must represent the maternal river-monster, the connected man the male cosmic apocalyptic monster. The rainbow mouth must be the divine heterosexual monster, and the connection between the woman-horse and the male the metaphysical monster, together they form the sentimental monster. The little lonely black pixel to the very right is not a true monster. The added text (narrative) enlighten us about bittins critical-paranoiac method used.

bittin illustrates another Freud’s discoveries. He said: "...a typical dream with a long theme, the consequence of a sudden accident that causes the awakening.”

Further, stating "KOALA" in a koala pic is quite fascinating form of meta art, and the koala represents the artists wish to link himself the physical world, the unconscious, and the spiritual realm. The koala also symbolizes security, nurturance, protection, and/or feminine qualities. bittin may be expressing a desire to regress back into infantile dependence and escape from your daily responsibilities/problems... thus making this piece of art even deeper.
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 13 April 2013
dadaism.
User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 13 April 2013
This picture has it all!
True winner.
It cures even AIDS.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 13 April 2013
bmp? c64 prg or fuck off
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