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BVX opening intro
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added on the 2019-09-12 06:23:28 by eau eau

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This is the last project i worked on that still used an Amiga, it's an opening for a game (I didn't tag it as a game because I'm uploading only one of the cutscenes). The drawings were actually made on paper and the composition was done in DPaint, it uses 16 colors.

Some 20% into the development I had to throw away my A1200 so in the end the project was finished on Windows and Photoshop/Pro Motion, but I still think of it as an Amiga project. It won 2nd IGF China "Best art" !

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added on the 2019-09-12 06:34:25 by eau eau
dont get me wrong: I love your artstyle and using/coming from amigaaaa is fine and all but how exactly is this scene related?
added on the 2019-09-13 01:28:12 by wysiwtf wysiwtf
what wysiwtf said
added on the 2019-09-13 18:19:44 by Flashy Flashy
Wild demos are always scene related? I don't thing so.
added on the 2019-09-13 20:22:20 by mlc mlc
Nice graphics
rulez added on the 2019-09-14 17:50:23 by Emufr3ak Emufr3ak
(First sorry for the late reply, was moving to a new office and new apartment at the same time, kept me quite busy as you can imagine !)

How is this scene related: well it was made by a guy interested in computers, he sat down alone and made something fun and spectacular and challenging to pull off. He worked on it until it became a final work of art. Then he packed up his sleeping bag and traveled to… sadly not a party but to live in another part of the world (no parties here sadly !). (Modified from pouët's FAQs / what is a demo.)

But really you can ask this question about many game/wild entries here. I don't want to single out any of them because it'd inevitably give the impression I'm singling out or attacking an entry (even if I personally like it !).

Personally I feel that if something is trying to push (even if it fails) the hardware to do something fun / unexpected / fresh in an artistically somewhat valuable way… it's worth including. And this piece attempted to do exactly that back then with an Amiga.

Admittedly the FAQ entry I used as a base for the opening paragraph concentrates primarily on demo making but I think there's nothing wrong with a bit of graphical entries from time to time.
rulez added on the 2019-09-15 08:05:47 by eau eau
Nice!
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