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160x4754 pixels   [2006]

160x4754 pixels Released by :
Tristar & Red Sector Inc. [web]

Release Date :
17 July 2006

Type :
C64 Graphics

man thats a fucking huge picture!

User rating:*******___  7.3/10 (16 votes)   See votestatistics
*******___  7.3/10 (9 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Street Tuff of Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Music .... Jeff of Bonzai, Camelot, Crest, Viruz
Graphics .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
Idea .... Street Tuff of Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Linking .... Street Tuff of Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Concept .... Street Tuff of Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Loader .... Cadaver of Covert Bitops

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/25981/160x4754pixels.d64 (downloads: 3134)

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User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 27 September 2020
just interrested. did anyone see huge scrolling pictures in a demo after this release? :)
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Submitted by KAL_123 on 22 May 2020
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Submitted by Wisdom on 8 May 2008
Great work, guys!

As the link to the original picture down there does not work, here is another one:

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Submitted by Ed on 4 December 2006
I had a 10 page long article for Vandalism News concerning this demo (and a tradition in c64-history). I personally wonder why nobody has discussed demos such as:

Manga Overdose

This is not the last, nor will it probably be the last in a series of scrolling techniques in C64 history! Nice to see Deekay doing some coloring for a change ;D
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 8 November 2006
what ninja said!
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Submitted by vigo on 15 October 2006
deekay roxxx! what a lovely huuuuuuuuuuuge gfx out there!
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Submitted by psych858o on 17 July 2006
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Submitted by Cupid on 17 July 2006
The rest of the original designer's stuff can be found at http://www.biro-art.com and he is truly mental. He also hangs about on http://www.b3ta.com where he asks what to paint next from time to time.
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Submitted by Skate on 17 July 2006
I totally liked this release. Congratulations. Very entertaining :)

@Deekay: Great job. Nice coloring.

@Street Tuff: Would you like to try something like 160x50000 with MMC64? :)
User Comment
Submitted by Ninja on 17 July 2006
A converted picture, an overly used streaming code, the famous "idea & concept" + "code & linking from the same coder" credit-combinations, enough for the summer gap, but average at most. nice to see dk has time for c64, though :)
User Comment
Submitted by MagerValp on 17 July 2006
Interesting concept, but a lot more work should have gone into the picture before releasing. The conversion artifacts make it look really bad.
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 17 July 2006
I've seen the same pic in a speccy demo on this year's Forever 8bit.

I'm not quite fond of the quite dirty pixelling tehnique, but the picture is awfully huge, so who am I to judge... Leon's collection of multi-titties are far more better IMO. They just come seperately.

The release itself is kicking. Nice one!
User Comment
Submitted by MRT on 17 July 2006
Realy Great!!! Way cool!
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Submitted by CyberBrain on 17 July 2006
man that's a fucking huge (and beautiful) picture!
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Submitted by Durandal on 17 July 2006
I just found the original pic a couple of days ago on the pouet forums!
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Submitted by Devia on 16 July 2006
@tuff: Yeah, I saw that and that's the one that looks very familiar to me.. maybe I stumbled opun it a couple years back myself ;-)
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Submitted by Street Tuff on 16 July 2006

check the 2nd comment on this thread for a link to the original picture ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Devia on 16 July 2006
6½ minutes of one continously scrolling picture... way better than animations in my book!
Although I'm pretty sure I've seen this picture before, this gave me 13 minutes of entertainment on one very warm summers evening ;-)

Thumbs up for this idea!
User Comment
Submitted by Jetboy on 16 July 2006
I hoped you would change the speccy to the c64... anyway quite nice.
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Submitted by Street Tuff on 16 July 2006
you rule!
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Submitted by Leon on 16 July 2006
oh my god!

roooolz! ;_)

okey okey... i know...

10 leon goto dmc



User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 16 July 2006
pretty nice one!
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Submitted by Street Tuff on 16 July 2006
as i said. it's a fun release because it's summertime :-D
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Submitted by Tch on 16 July 2006
Ouch,not an original. ;)
Still love the C64 version though..
(downgraded a little.. ;) )
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Submitted by Krill on 16 July 2006
Tch: You mean the original motif itself or Deekay's... er... colourful touch-up of it? :D But i guess both ;)
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Submitted by Street Tuff on 16 July 2006
i came across this picture some years ago.
the original handdrawn artwork can be seen here -> http://unrule.info/?196

i decided to convert it to c64 because i "pimped" my endpart koala upscroller from animatron with a diskstreamer.

i showed the "converted to greyscale" picture to deekay and he decided to add color to it. thanks mate :)

jeff was so kind to give me that "tribute to martin walker" tune which was used before in One Million Lightyears from Earth

hope you like my little "summer fun release"

User Comment
Submitted by Tch on 16 July 2006
WOW,this is one incredible picture!!

Truely amazing!! 8D
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