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Italian Garden

Italian Garden Released by :
Wayne Schmidt

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

User rating:*********_  9.3/10 (11 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Wayne Schmidt

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/91274/igarden.prg (downloads: 219)

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User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 5 July 2013
Wonderful how the darker version of the house works perfectly in the water.
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 28 August 2010
...and here's the one I found when I made the trivia entry (including hills): http://www.planetware.com/picture/glengarriff-ilnacullin-irl-co..
User Comment
Submitted by MagerValp on 28 August 2010
Photo here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/21642702@N04/3071890156/
User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 28 August 2010
Good picture.
Would love to see the reflection ripple.
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 28 August 2010
Much appreciated, Moloch, your help would be most welcome. Thanks!
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 28 August 2010
Yes, the GEnie archives have quite a few of those images ... that is where CBA found the ones he posted here.

My archives, and even a few other source I have access to, contain quite a few more images from about five or six top US graphicians. Whenever I can find time, I'll provide copies.
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 28 August 2010
@Moloch: I got these from GEnie in the states... not from VETO! ...plus I've located other JHM pics from there. :) I've also used Loadstar diskmagazine to source the J.D. Sachs 'Lincoln Memorial at Night'. Not to mention Commodore PowerPlay magazine to identify some of the more obscure images.

As far as the European scene was concerned, they were clueless to Wayne's existance. If you can assist in anyway locating more images from this era, then please contact me!
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 28 August 2010
Uncovering? These weren't lost, in fact the first few that c64pixels put up I'd pointed out to Veto.

All of these images are easily found, including about fifteen more from JHM.
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 28 August 2010
Brilliant pixelwork. Yummy.
User Comment
Submitted by Ksubi on 28 August 2010
Beautiful work. Thumbs up to Motion for uncovering many of these masterpieces.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 27 August 2010
It is fantastic. It is as if I was in Italy again: This marvelous country with its food, people and landscape!

There are probably equally as many places on this earth, which I would have appreciated just as much.
However, the very first time I reached Urbino I knew that (part from the heritage of Piero Della Francescas work
or it being the birthplace of Rafael) that this was just the place to live and die in.
Not depicted in the image though, that seems more to be a Paladian Pomo.

Edit: ok, just read the trivia, haha! Sure it was afterall just that Pomo.
But there is some seriously interesting things going on back in Ireland as well, which I remember from one of my architectural studytrips:
The Newgrange hill and so on. Fantastic creations which was to
do some magic each Wintersolstice, built 3200 BC, WOW!
User Comment
Submitted by assiduous on 27 August 2010
fantastic
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