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CaO   [2006]

CaO Released by :
Chorus, Singular [web]

Release Date :
16 April 2006

Type :
C64 Graphics

Released At :
Breakpoint 2006

Achievements :
C64 Graphics Competition at Breakpoint 2006 :  #1

User rating:********__  7.7/10 (11 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Leon of Chorus, Singular, Storm

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/21484/cao^leon.zip (downloads: 1825)

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User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 13 September 2008
I really like this... it has a very Sci-Fi, feel. Even if it isn't!
User Comment
Submitted by Leon on 19 April 2006
Yes, please send the worksatages in a .d64 to me to leonofsgr@ajkanet.hu . Thanx!
User Comment
Submitted by Bitbreaker on 19 April 2006
Well, we still have the disk with workingstages and i also have a .d64 from this on my machine. If you like i can put that online as soon as all my equipment is set up at home again.
Over all i just picked out every 5th workingstep out of that 20 as you didn't make any selection :-)
BTW: The right side of the pic looked quite different in the last workingsteps, what i liked more (that metal wall + note on it)
User Comment
Submitted by Leon on 18 April 2006

Well! This work of mine took two afternoons, overall one day to finish it. I had absolutely no time to make a more serious one. I lost my time drawing for the Chorus, Sgr and Rsc demos... My workstage disk (with around 20 of 'em) left at the compo organisers, I'm sorry! :_/ I think this pic is so crap, that if someone is in doubt about it's authenticity, then he is silly! ;_)

The origin of this picture is plain simple... I work in chemical industry and for the work lime powder (CaO) is a necessity, and I drew one of the work sites with wagon, silo etc... There's nothing special about this pic... In my opinion!

byz, Leon
User Comment
Submitted by gilligan on 18 April 2006
Although the picture looks quite nice it troubles me that the workstages were as fake as they could be -- unless the picture was really pixeled square by square like a chessboard..
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 16 April 2006
The metallic/ground surfaces are oddly filled, look like they're covered with whool or some squishy material. Some parts of the picture are two-dimensional, I can hardly escape from the impression of seeing a huge ball with tentacles instead of lights in the background. It really, really lacks of better transparency. Couldn't make my mind if it's meant to be surreal or the realistic representation is simply fucked up.

However, I like the overall composition: greyish, neutral, random-stuff-here-and-there kind of industrial feeling. Joe-ish, yet smoother. Not bad, but definitely not my favourite from Leon's workshop.
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