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Lizard by Lance

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Ademo Aggression Aggresive Party 1 Invite Menu Aggression Logo Aramada Is Dead Title Armada Is Dead Aggression Armada Logo Cybobird Death Of The Clock Cycles Title Eksa Bender Eksa Bender Picture Fractal Landscape Glenz Vectors Glenz Vectors Hornet Kiss That Frog Landscape Lazy Coders Lizard Loader Eye Overdose Aggression Logo Overdose Intro Credits Overdose Logo Paper Notice Plasma Fractals Postscript Zoomer Presents Raytraced Animation RGBeast Aggression Robots Shadesprites Space Hornet Tentacles The End Universal Aggression Utopos Title Various Vectors Vertical Bars YingYang Aggression
38 thumbnails from Lance (artist)


Image data

Machine:Atari ST
Used colours:45
Display technique:Top and Lower borders + Dual interlaced images
Additional information:Megaleif 1992 compo

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s_t_s (2015-09-03) Report as spam/crap
Obviously a nice picture yet I feel like the colors are bit poorly used. 45 colours here ? Really ? I would expect more diversity in the palette then :/

evil (2015-09-10) Report as spam/crap
The way they get more colours is to interlace two pictures. That limits the colour choice a lot. It is not like they have 45 colours of any kind freely available.

Normally with this technique you work with one colour scale that is extended to a larger scale. Later updates of this technique goes further, but keep in mind that Aggression did this 20+ years ago.

s_t_s (2015-09-10) Report as spam/crap
@Evil : thanks for the technical info. Indeed you are right as interlaced only meant "extended palette" to me ;) Nothing to do with today's techniques actually.

raZen (2017-04-26) Report as spam/crap
I really like this picture.

For the first time i saw this kind of interlace technique was the Thalion game 'Leavin Teramis' in 1990.


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