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Monster_Robot_Maniac

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« on: 10-30-2019 13:03 »

So I know we're not exactly super active anymore, but I thought I'd share some of my art with those that are still here. :)

Some who've been here long enough might remember some of my old pictures, like those... monstrosities in the Hippie Toad thread. Luckily, I think my art has evolved for the better - though, y'know, the Toad Collection wasn't exactly the best of my works. Whatever happened to Beamer?

For the past many years, I've been working on an art project I call "MidLife" - a sort of experimental "show" meant to creatively excess the "digital underground", with a focus on the growing nostalgia for the early 2000's; naturally, when I grew up. Creepypastas, Game Boy Advance, that anime He-Man reboot - all that junk still crammed in the back of your head. Characters and concept aside - that's MidLife.





And to those finding this; Hello  :sleep:
Tachyon

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« Reply #1 on: 10-31-2019 23:31 »

Very cool. Though unfortunately, I'm not familiar with the gaming scene of the early 2000s. IIRC, the only computer games I played at the time were military flight sims: EA's F/A-18, and I can't recall the publisher of Falcon 4. The internets say it was MicroProse.

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