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RAPTOR   [2009]

RAPTOR Released by :

Release Date :
12 January 2009

Type :
C64 Graphics

User rating:*******___  6.8/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... JSL of Covenant, Protovision, Raiders of the Lost Empire, Tropyx

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/69895/Raptor_JSL.zip (downloads: 596)

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User Comment
Submitted by Jok on 14 June 2009
best picture from jsl
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Submitted by Jucke on 15 February 2009
JSL: Now you caught me. Thats a seriously cool dinosaur, with no doubt one of the coolest ever on c64, with that evil evil staring eye! Wow. Please make more pics in this style. Your new style rules.
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Submitted by Mace on 14 January 2009
I like Little Deer, Parrot, Fox and Pitfall better than this one, actually.
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Submitted by SIDWAVE on 14 January 2009
Neat! one of best JSL.
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Submitted by Jazzcat on 14 January 2009
JSL, one of your best yet!! Check the positioning of his legs though. But nice!
User Comment
Submitted by JSL on 13 January 2009
Thanks Leon.. :) soonish my 2nd comes, a bit more Art way, no fantasy, just colors.. FLI this time..

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Submitted by Leon on 13 January 2009
great colors and good idea the non-dithering style! thumbs up!
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Submitted by The Shadow on 13 January 2009
This just proves that there ARE infinite possibilities!
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Submitted by Celtic on 12 January 2009
i have seen Jsl's gfx improve from all the way back when he was in Slash Design. And this is a huge leap. I hope JSL continues to improve.

And Johan, learning to pixel in a new editor sux, but you'll get there, just keep on going. And i hope more experienced gfx-ers like Deekey will keep helping you!
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Submitted by Richard on 12 January 2009
Very cool :)
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Submitted by Danzig on 12 January 2009
take a closer look, the raptor is sneaking *G* pretty good picture... but feels a little unfinished. just 3-4 hours more making it a masterpiece i suppose!!! jsl, keep'em coming... still one of your best works so far!
User Comment
Submitted by yago on 12 January 2009
deekay: "hey, try something different then black 2 pixel outlines"

JSL does 10 pixel cyan outlines :-D

i really like it, gives it a very abstract feeling.

the vulcano should be visible behind the grass, but that detail gets screamed away by a giant dinosaur and an exploding vulcano
User Comment
Submitted by Steppe on 12 January 2009
Wow, pretty radical for you, JSL! I like these multilayered textures in the front, gives the picture a certain "look twice" factor. Keep it up!
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Submitted by saehn on 12 January 2009
Cool! It's impressive that you took the time to consider and implement what DeeKay was suggesting. Some good accomplishments here while still being a recognizably JSL release.

Your next hurdle will be abstraction :-) I can see some nice shapes and textures repeated throughout your pics, I think these are more artistically expressive than the subject matter.
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Submitted by Twoflower on 12 January 2009
Nice pic. A really nice improvement from the black outlines, as I see it.

Concerning FLI programs, I believe you are looking for Flip Editor V1.33 [german+english] - a FLI painting program borrowing the jacket of Amicapaint. I also recommend you to check out FunkPaint 0.39d - not FLI, but very, very nice.
User Comment
Submitted by Raffox on 12 January 2009
Cool picture, I like this new style.
Did you get bored of cats all of a sudden? =)
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Submitted by spider-j on 12 January 2009
I really like your comic style pics - so I hope this doesn't mean: "no more outlines ever again". But this looks nice too.
User Comment
Submitted by JSL on 12 January 2009
Hello Scene.. On request from Deekay/Crest concerning my black outlines I used
already 8 years, giving a cartoonish look, I changed my style. I continue doing
these pictures, however I am Amica Paint user, used aswell TruePaint (MCI) a little,
but rather than 12 hours pixeling I went back to Koala (4 hours), I don't know how
you guys do it, most FLI programs use Zoommode, I can't draw everything in Zoommode,
in the beginning I started EMC Editor, everything in Zoommode, a program from SKY/MDG,
I tried FLI GRAPH V2.2, but.. three keys giving a reset, it was hell.. There just ain't
a proper FLI program in the scene, I want FLI. I tried FUnpaint once, you all say 16
colors in one grid block, but I came only to 5 and no more, then again there where
invisible pixels which I couldn't pixel. So guys, tell me what program is there for
FLI, I am curious. Anyway much thanks to Deekay, I didn't see the light I kept doing
my own style untill now. Good, I finish now. Enjoy the picture!! ;)
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