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The Tower 2   [2009]

The Tower 2 Released by :
JSL

Release Date :
9 October 2009

Type :
C64 Graphics

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (1 left)   See votestatistics

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

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/80007/thetower2_JSL.zip (downloads: 565)

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User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 10 October 2009
A comment awoke me: yes, it has great sky and great angle, its towering evil!! but dear JSL: USE 2 hours to do the whole without any black outlines!!! (and it will be alot better IMO)
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Submitted by PAL on 9 October 2009
Again I just am so puzzeled over your images as some are really good in a way that my daughter at 6.5 years think they are so cool, and sometimes they are cool as I think now he has got something, but then you release another image that just tear my and her thoughts apart... you should be concentrating on doing work that is you and finding your style instead of giving out so many images that vary that much in style, objects, framing, moods and all... in my mind that pops up alot seeing your art... some of your work is super while other are super bad... strange to me.

I even thought that hey, would be fun to get this dude to create a series of images that could make up a childrens book with a nice story to them... but then again you are too unstable in directions all the time to even think it would come out great!

Do the best you can and release this work instead of fast ones like this last and the seccond last one...

From me to you! Not hostile, but just to help.

Your PAL
User Comment
Submitted by chriz74 on 9 October 2009
You should spend some time observing reality (lights, shadows..) before trying to paint anything.
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 9 October 2009
I really like the sky and the angle, but the rest isn't very good.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 9 October 2009
Nice spray, but the articulation of the building (3d) is missing and makes it very flat. I like the background and the composition.
This is an image of a lesson in Architecture; buildings/humans whatever have a relationship to the ground (the base) and the sky.
These types could be seen in any old medieval town which was spared from greedy fingers or war in the world.

In every old primitive settlement the green is grown close to the house.
Natural woods or whatever, these signs in the landscape tells about settlements.
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 9 October 2009
I dont know, somehow i like the flat look of the tower. But the green stuff is a no.
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 9 October 2009
Do you have so much against using 2 hours to do dithered edges on the tower instead of using a black outline ? people said my music improved the last year, yes, and why ? because i used the necessary time to make the many details, that make the difference between fast job, and cared for details :D just hoping to inspire you!
User Comment
Submitted by E$G on 9 October 2009
psychedelic prospective ... I suppose this is your evil period! I like it ..
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