7 posts tagged painting
I think the Champion Edition cabinet is out of service — I can’t see any reason why you’d play the original version otherwise.
Dragon Quest still lifes by Kyushu Danji
Castlevania-customized Game Boy by Oskunk. Just in time for Halloween, and to remind you that while Castlevania: Mirror of Fate was delayed into 2013, Castlevania: The Adventure released to 3DS’s Virtual Console last week.
Preorder: Castlevania: Mirror of Fate
See also: More Castlevania posts
Ghost Trick 3DS XL custom painted by Tish Aurafox with acrylic markers and black permanent liners (click for a larger image).
Buy: Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective
See also: More Ghost Trick posts
[Via Tish Aurafox]
“The Notorious P.A.C.” by Doctor Popular. This piece, which casts Pac-Man and Blinky as The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, victims of the East Coast/West
Ghost Coast rap rivalry, was created as a commission for nerdcore rapper Beefy.
I’m going to have to remember to show this to Eric when he gets back. I think he’s going to like this one.
“Castlevania Ghost” by podkaynestudios. This painting of a classic Castlevania sprite has an awesome color scheme and highlights a less commonly fan-arted creature.
I think it also has kind of an abstract appearance. Even more so if you’re not totally familiar with vintage Castlevania! It’s the combination of the somewhat out-of-context image and the fact that seriously, what the hell is the Ghost in Castlevania supposed to be? It’s like a flaming, elongated skull or something? Kind of looks like those disgusting owl pellets we dissected in school.
“Little Nemo’s First Kiss” by 8bitartist (20x20, acrylic paint on stretched cotton canvas).
If you don’t recognize the above scene, it’s probably because, like me, you never made it to the end of Capcom’s Little Nemo: The Dream Master.
Thankfully, someone who isn’t terrible at video games recorded the NES platformer’s ending and posted it on YouTube for the rest of us to watch for the first time.
I was thrilled when I stumbled on this image, not only because I love Little Nemo, but also because it looks so much like the GIF I use as my avatar for everything — a screenshot from the Love Hina anime series.
Hella nerdy, I know.
8bitartist has a lot of other great video game paintings: