Legion II

Legion II

  • release platform: C64
  • format: multicolor bitmap (standard koala format)
  • background :  grey (i think)
  • colors : 8
  • reference : still from the movie 300 (or was it from the game Rome!?)
  • program used : Timanthes
  • released : #1 at End of the World 2016, combined gfx compo

  • watch, comment and rate at ArtCity: link
  • see at csdb: link

Well, as you might notice from the lack of substance on the left side of the picture, this wasn’t supposed to be released as a standalone picture at all. This was supposed to be a demo asset, preferrably featuring an upscroller on the left side or maybe a rubberband effect. As you also might have realized by now, this demo idea or even part idea did not come to life at all. So, in continuation of the first Legion release, I released this as standalone, too. I am not the person that enjoys having stuff rotting on his HD, what this gfx has done for more than a year now. It will make me sad and maybe angry to create stuff and not have it shown. Maybe there is someone who actually likes this, even if its basically a redraw of an existing movie or game picture. I added the color effect to make it more vibrant and in line with the first picture. For the release – and in contrast to the first Legion release – I did not bother creating a frame for it. The frame on the earlier one was easier, because it wasn’t taking all the space on the screen. I tried some stuff on the left, but it didn’t come together at all. So this is what you get. There will not be more of these demo assets since this is the last. I stopped doing them, the moment I realized it was likely that my theme idea would never see the light of day in a demo.

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