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Show us your drawings and animation made with the TVPaint technology here !
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Post by mox » 25 Jun 2007, 17:13

Just opened a gallery here, better late than never :D
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Post by fabrice_ » 25 Jun 2007, 19:41

I really like your works, it reminds me the oooold amiga days ...

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Post by mox » 27 Mar 2009, 14:43

Dusty thread, cough cough...

... but new website launched two months ago, so if you're interested to see more works (helmet required since there are a couple of things to be fixed, almost invisible things though..).

(Nearly) all bits and pieces have been made with TVPaint, including the webdesign itself.

If FotoShaupe can do it, TVPaint can too! :mrgreen:
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Post by mox » 18 May 2009, 18:15

I released a collection of Royalty Free content packs that contains ready-to-use .PNG files :
100 badges (10 shapes X 10 colours) and 1230 icons/flags (246 countries X 5 sizes).

You can download them right here for your website or whatever you want.
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Post by Peter Wassink » 19 May 2009, 07:40

Thanks Mox, nice gift.
and i love those neat boxes you put them in :wink:
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Post by mox » 01 Sep 2009, 13:16

Black Sheep Squadron is an old PC/MAC project that had been shelved because of a lack of time and motivation and unfortunately it will (probably) never be completed.

The game is a vertical shoot-them-up, tribute to all the 1942-series (Capcom) including five ‘oldschool’ worlds in the glory of the 80’s: Pacific coast, Jungle, Country/Desert, Warp Zone/twilight zone and Sci-Fi.

You play either “John Trigger” or “Susie Goodspeed“. Choosing one or the other character changes the power of the weapons and the velocity of the aircraft, the famous WWII corsair F4U.

There are still a lot of sprites and backgrounds that are not shown in the video. The footage is sometimes buggy but it gives a good idea of what the game would have looked once tweaked and polished.

As usual almost everything have been made with TVPaint, that's why I'm posting the video there ;)
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Post by Elodie » 01 Sep 2009, 15:01

Ben dis donc, c'était bien parti comme projet =)

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Post by mox » 27 May 2010, 13:27

In the beginning it was just for testing the Chad's custom brushes with an excess of splats, splashes, dots, drops, spray, you name it :)
Then I played with the blending modes..
For a size one, it's this way.
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Post by Paul Fierlinger » 27 May 2010, 13:44

Hurah!! That looks like Larry King Live!
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Post by Paul Fierlinger » 27 May 2010, 13:47

Huh? Edited by user.
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Post by Elodie » 27 May 2010, 13:56

Wow, I love the result ! :D

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Post by mox » 28 May 2010, 07:58

Paul Fierlinger wrote:Hurah!! That looks like Larry King Live!
I'm not sure what you are referring to... did you delete a link or something?
(to some extent) Larry King is maybe a well-known personality here in old Europe too... but AFAIK nobody does watch his shows :]

(and thanks Elodie :wink:)
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Post by chatbraque » 28 May 2010, 09:27

Yes !… nice dripping !… no monkey-business !…

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Post by Paul Fierlinger » 28 May 2010, 10:43

(to some extent) Larry King is maybe a well-known personality here in old Europe too... but AFAIK nobody does watch his shows :]
It was just a first impression... the artificial macho pose surrounded by glitz and star bursts. When you become an abstractionist you have to be prepared for such nonsense from the public.
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Post by mox » 28 May 2010, 12:11

I didn't know arms folded or macho posture could be © Larry K. :D
Anyway it's always interesting to have first impressions since it's most of time relevant and constructive.
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