donderdag 19 november 2009

'Deluxe Paint' animations from the early 1990's




'Deluxe Paint' (02:48)
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De Amiga 500 (ook mijn eerste PC 1990)
De Commodore liefhebbers uit de jaren 80 wilden net als heden te dage natuurlijk steeds meer computerpower. Na verloop van tijd namen zij geen genoegen meer met de 8-bits CPU’s. Helaas was de oorspronkelijke Amiga 1000 bij de introduktie erg duur en wachtten veel mensen in eerste instantie toch nog een tijdje af met een nieuwe aankoop. Gelukkig werd dit wachten beloond en introduceerde Commodore al snel daarna de Amiga 500 als gedoodverfde opvolger van de C64/128 lijn.
source: Ron van Schaik



WWF (01:27)
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Hanco Kolk & Peter de Wit - Mannetje en Mannetje - 1992 (no embed)

via:Rhizome/John Michael Boling ( more animations!!)

2 reacties:

phaneronoemikon zei

Alright! I studied under Jim Pomeroy in the late 80's and we used that stuff. There was also a great video program call "Invision" that with a gen/lock allowed a person to have a video effects keyboard real time for video modulation. I did a few student film festivals and still have some video tapes of the stuff.
The Amiga days were pretty excellent. I hope you will find some "Invision" work from folks.

http://www.jim-pomeroy.org/

Wish Jim could've lived longer. He was a great person.

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