David The Lurker, on 29 February 2012 - 12:45 AM, said:
Since I know not all of you bother to look, just thought I'd let people know I made a writeup about all of this on the front page.
You could always read it if you want.
Otherwise, just know that I think these scans are super awesome.
Wow, I never thought I would see other versions of Sonic 1's GHZ styled clouds! Now I have! That's a masterpiece! I wish I knew who the artist where who drew the clouds for GHZ and Special Stage, and now this Tech Demo!
If they only had asked Oshima at that interview >.<;;
Anyway, seeing that monster is kinda funny. But it is the art style quality of the clouds, the stones, Sonic's design, and of course that title screen (that we have had high resolution of before) that really means something to me! It shows that these artists had the skills from the beginning to the end of the devlopment of Sonic 1. I really want to know who it was that got me into Sonic in the first place, and that person is the artist of the tech demo!
Lanzer, on 29 February 2012 - 02:35 AM, said:
I just can't believe that Rika Chou, ICEknight and the rest of you lot guessed how Mr. Monster Guy looked soo fucking accurately based on those 1st blurry shots from before! Bravo on nailing that.
Well, I was also surprised about that. It is a skill that they both have worked on for years, and keep working on today. With training and time, they developed these kind of skill, which is proof that working hard pays off! More people should work towards understanding and improving the things they live for, just like they have
Arique, on 28 February 2012 - 04:58 PM, said:
Oh, I don't like how the close ups didn't include more of the scenery (such as the clouds). It is difficult for me to learn the pixel drawing style. But thanks anyway for as much data possible! EDIT: Sorry, I finally saw that the scan was as high as possible, so I should have enough data.
Are the roots of the palm leaves a different design than the final palmtree leaf root design?
This post has been edited by LOst: 02 March 2012 - 04:24 AM