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Koala Lumpur   [2014]

Koala Lumpur Released by :
Desire

Release Date :
25 October 2014

Type :
C64 Graphics

Released At :
X'2014

Achievements :
C64 Graphics Competition at X'2014 :  #9

User rating:*******___  6.8/10 (18 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Hammerfist of Desire
Help .... BokanoiD of Desire

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/133441/Koala_Lumpur_work_stages.gif (downloads: 622)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/133440/KoalaLumpur.prg (downloads: 211)

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Production Info
Submitted by Hammerfist on 26 October 2014
Since I already got people questioning my skills, let me make clear what help Bokanoid exactly gave me for converting the picture.

I drew this all on my iPad using C64 Paint. The app's main and *only* good point, is that it allows me to sketch on an iPad using the C64 pixel sizes and a rather distant cousin of the C64 palette.

The app has barely any functionality beyond that, since the export exists of making a png of the picture and that's about it.

Bokanoid helped me convert the picture into proper C64 palette using Photoshop, saving me the hassle I had with Nautilus of having to manually copy each pixel into ProjectOne by looking at my picture in zoom mode on my iPad. You can imagine I would not have made the deadline that way...

As for the picture itself, I used 3 main references: the face, the bird's stance and the bird's color pattern:

http://www.tattoostime.com/polynesian-tribal-face-tattoo/

http://fijiguide.com/photo/yellowbreasted-musk-parrot

http://www.warrenphotographic.co.uk/02235-peach-faced-love-bird..

Besides these, I used a heap of other sources with pictures of tribal tattoos and bird anatomy. Because I experimented with flowers, branches and about 7 other birds, I looked at pictures for these as well.

I copied the face by looking at it and redrawing it on my iPad manually. No computer-import was used. I then continued with the tattoos, lighting, the tattoo animals on the right, lots of dithering and redrawing of the tattoos and finally the left, which took me the longest. I used several parrots, finches and even a cookaburra before ending up with this yellow-breasted musk parrot.

Oh, and before you decide, check out the gif, which has plenty of work stages.
Production Info
Submitted by Hammerfist on 25 October 2014
Multicolor full screen,made mostly on the flight back from Sydney, with a stop at Kuala Lumpur. Conversion done with great help from Bokanoid using Photoshop.
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