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WdW Pictures   [2014]

WdW Pictures Released by :
WdW

Release Date :
5 November 2014

Type :
C64 Graphics Collection

User rating:*********_  8.8/10 (6 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... WdW of Anti MSX Group

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/133795/wdw pictures 1b.d64 (downloads: 312)

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User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 7 November 2014
Nah... We ripped everything from everybody as well, it's all in the game.

My offer stands though. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Hammerfist on 7 November 2014
Quote: I collect everything from anyone who ripped me off :)

Like their skin or a finger as a souvenir? ;)
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 7 November 2014
@Celtic: if you have ANY rememberance which demo's used my pics, I would love to know. I collect everything from anyone who ripped me off :)
User Comment
Submitted by Celtic on 7 November 2014
Not just the barbarian picture was used frequently. I have seen several of your pictures being used by groups thoughout the years. Nice to finally know who did them :)
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 7 November 2014
@dark Judge: Nice to hear man, thanks!!
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 7 November 2014
@Hammerfist: Hop over the dijk to Sneek and I will transfer all your disks for you. We'll drink a beer while doing it :)

@SIDwave: No problem. I'll go looking for that INXS demo then. It seems the picture was used more than once by other groups.
User Comment
Submitted by cba on 7 November 2014
Hammerfist: Next time bring your disks to X and we transfer them for you.
User Comment
Submitted by Hammerfist on 7 November 2014
WdW, I think with the Afsluitdijk it's just a short hop, so that's very possible :D

I do still have all my old disks, but have not checked everything yet. I'd love to find the time and to convert everything at some point. Right now my C64 is broken though. I have a 2nd for spare parts, but haven't had time to fix it yet. When I find interesting stuff, I'll make sure to post it here at the very least :D
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 6 November 2014
sorry, my mistake!
i know some of them.
the barbarian was used in a INXS demo with a hefty Rockmonitor tune.
User Comment
Submitted by The Dark Judge on 6 November 2014
I remember being quite impressed by your work back in the 80's, good to see you around!
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 6 November 2014
No worries. These are MY original koala painter files. No rips.
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 6 November 2014
@SIDwave: can you explain pls?
so who made them?
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 6 November 2014
all pics ripped off, nothing made by msx
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 6 November 2014
Thanks for the comments so far folks. It's nice to hear you enjoy it.

@hammerfist: I lived (and still do) in Friesland. So our groups paths may have crossed indeed. If you still do have AMG demos, be so kind to send me the files, or put them somewhere so I can get to them. I am trying to restructure my scene past. Still some holes to fill!!! One big thing I am still missing is a multi-picture demo called 'art-show'. Must be out there somewhere. :)

@Joe: Glad you enjoy some of the things we did all those years ago! I myself have been rediscovering some of my old art work as well. So of it is not so good, others hold up really well. As you may have noticed, a lot of the stuff is missing but I hope to recover more floppies from old mates in the near future.
User Comment
Submitted by Hammerfist on 6 November 2014
Oh cool, I think I still have some of these from back in the day... If I may ask, did you live in Noord-Holland, WdW? I used to live there, in Schagen of all places, and I think the people we copied stuff from must've known you or your group in some way :)

But more importantly: It would be cool to see some of the graphicians from back in the day return, I hope you'll start pixelling again!
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 5 November 2014
WdW: Great to see it! Been watching your updates over the last
couple of days and was very pleased in seeing some old artwork
made public once again.

You should start again, since it’s quite obvious it wouldn’t
be all that difficult at least not for you.
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 5 November 2014
Pretty cool pics!
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 5 November 2014
Well, I might make my own slider program no problem. I just wanted to get the stuff out on csdb. Maybe someone can use it, it's old stuff you know... I'm thinking of getting back into pixeling, so who knows?? :)
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.Science on 5 November 2014
What a pitty. Why not release a Little GraficShow with These Pictures?
There are some nice pictures in the collection. Loading the Koalas separate by Hand takes out the fun. Next time ask a coder to do a Little Display Routine for you.... Just my oppinion....
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 5 November 2014
A (incomplete) collection of Koala Paint pictures I've made in the 80's. Compiled on one disk
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