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Weightless Fish Floating over a Worm Infested Desert   [2014]

Weightless Fish Floating over a Worm Infested Desert Released by :
Acrise [web]

Release Date :
29 January 2014

Type :
C64 Graphics

AKA :
...some weird landscape

User rating:********__  7.5/10 (7 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... PBY of Acrise

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/127038/desert-fish-pby.prg (downloads: 264)

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User Comment
Submitted by pby on 31 January 2014
Update deleted, due to rules violation. Sorry for that!
User Comment
Submitted by pby on 31 January 2014
I added the missing border and uploaded a new full sized (320x200) version of the picture. (The screenshot is from the updated version - I left the download link for the old version here aswell). Next time I'll go with the propper resolution right from the start... :) Thanks everyone for the comments and votes!
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 29 January 2014
Great stuff, you should have made images for Printfox all this stuff.
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 29 January 2014
Pic:
Quite interesting and appealing to me.

Format:
- Way better than black & white koala, stilly why not plain HiRes? :)
- IF you wanna do color, don't start black & white, but think about colors before you start and even do outlines in color (not black) in the first place, black outlines often just don't work unless sth is really intended to be comic style
User Comment
Submitted by pby on 29 January 2014
...fixed it (hopefully :)). Thanks for the "bad pixel spotting"
User Comment
Submitted by pby on 29 January 2014
...I originally wanted to add color or some grey shades to this one, that's why I chose that format.
It just didn't fit into the picture in the end so I left it as this...
Thanks for the hint with the editor. I'll definitely check that one out!
User Comment
Submitted by uka on 29 January 2014
Quoting Jailbird
I don't see the orange pixels, but I've found a light green one. This is like a C64 where's Waldo! :D


Green pixel-ninja, orange hidden-pixel-dragon ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 29 January 2014
nice weirdo style, technically could improve tho.
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 29 January 2014
Quoting Zirias
Wow, before that comment, I completely missed the 6 (?) orange pixels.

I don't see the orange pixels, but I've found a light green one. This is like a C64 where's Waldo! :D
User Comment
Submitted by uka on 29 January 2014
This is truncated HiRes! ;D Why you open border? Why don't you use "normal" editor (for example: FunkPaint 0.40k) with full resolution?
btw nice mono pic!
User Comment
Submitted by Zirias on 29 January 2014
Wow, before that comment, I completely missed the 6 (?) orange pixels. Would still be a very nice hires pic without them I think :)
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 29 January 2014
Love it, reminds me somewhat of Terry Gilliam's works.

Well, if it's displayed in AFLI format, then technically this isn't a hi-res and the category is incorrect. But, it would definitely fit into the latter one without a single loss of a pixel, so I don't really get why didn't you make it in plain hi-res from the start.
User Comment
Submitted by pby on 29 January 2014
...since this picture is in AFLI format again with an actual resolution of 296x200 pixels (like the Leaf Runner pic) I'm still not sure if the HiRes category is correct or not. (some ppl said it's not HiRes and since I haven't been doing c64 gfx for such a long time I could need some input on that :))
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