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GFX-Col.1 [Logos]   [1997]

GFX-Col.1 [Logos] Released by :
Angry

Release Date :
9 September 1997

Type :
C64 Graphics Collection

AKA :
The Good... The Bad... and the Ugly

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... WHW Design of Cosine, Warriors of the Wasteland
Music .... Drax of Bonzai, Crest, Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
  Signor of Acheron, Fraction
  Steel of Success
Graphics .... WHW Design of Cosine, Warriors of the Wasteland
  Wile Coyote
Design .... WHW Design of Cosine, Warriors of the Wasteland
  Wile Coyote
Text .... WHW Design of Cosine, Warriors of the Wasteland
  Wile Coyote
Loader .... MMS of Taboo


SIDs used in this release :
Moody(/MUSICIANS/D/DRAX/Moody.sid)
Mysterious Worlds(/MUSICIANS/S/Steel/Mysterious_Worlds.sid)
Wolnosc(/MUSICIANS/S/Signor/Wolnosc.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/14859/Gfx-Collection 1.d64.gz (downloads: 902)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/109308/gfx-col.1-logos.d64 (downloads: 121)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


Production Info
Submitted by hedning on 29 August 2019
Addition sent to me by Wile Coyote:

"The idea behind GFX-Col.1 was to create a logo collection that contained every logo that i had pixel pushed. The collection was to include both released and unreleased logos. There seemed zero point having unreleased logo's hanging around on floppy's collecting dust/disintegrating.



The graphics created especially for GFX-Col.1 [Logos] include: various fonts, intro logo's, WEC self portrait and an animation based on a sketch by artist H.R. Giger, to advertise a follow up collection titled GFX-Col.2 - a collection of images based on work by artist H.R. Giger (GFX-Col.2 never happened).



The WEC self portrait complete with feet in lower border, was pixel pushed using Drazlace by Devil of Noice. As a favor, TN of Powerage coded a tool named Drazlace-Splitter V1.0b. The splitter loads a Drazlace file and saves out two separate bitmap images. I transferred the two images to graph paper. I them copied what i had on graph paper into a sprite editor. This is how the sprites that make up WEC's feet were created.



The tagline The Good.. The Bad and The Ugly is self-explanatory.



The speech bubble text was written by Wile Coyote with the exception of the references to Dane/Triad. WEC would like to apologize"
Production Info
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 10 October 2011
GFX-Col.1 [logos]/Angry

Drazlace [Interlaced Multi Colour Bitmap]
Vidcom 64/Omega [1986]

Released 9th September 1997

The idea behind GFX-Col.1 was to include just about every bitmap logo both unreleased and released. There seemed zero point having unreleased logo’s hanging around on floppy’s collecting dust. At that time the logos felt like nothing more than baggage.

The graphics created for the show include: various fonts, intro logo’s, WEC self portrait and an animation based on a sketch by artist H.R. Giger. The animation was to be used to advertise GFX-Col.2 - a collection of images based on work by artist H.R. Giger.

The tagline The Good.. The Bad and The Ugly is self-explanatory. There’s some really ugly logo’s in there ;D

The speech bubble text was written by WEC with the exception of all reference to Dane/Triad. WEC would like to apologize to Dane if any offence was caused. It was a stupid thing for WHW Design to do. I do not think there was any real intention on the part of WHW Design to cause any malice towards Dane.

The End full screen upper and lower border greetings down scroller was supposed to be faster. At the time it pushed the limits of WHW Design’s skills.

GFX-Col.1 [logos]/Angry
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