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  1. Trident (Old)

    Version

    6 downloads

    tridenta.zip
  2. Trident

    Version

    5 downloads

    trident.zip
  3. Eight Ball (Old)

    Version

    5 downloads

    eightblo.zip
  4. Version 1.0.0

    15 downloads

    Not much that is truly new here except for the wheel image. But a lot of this work is buried deep on the PinballX FTP. This is just bringing it together in one place. The card itself is available at Inkochnito's and did not require much work to vectorize and color in Illustrator, but this pack also includes the factory shotmap, the illustrated playfield diagram I traced to vector, improved the graphics on the aprons, etc. Coinage cards included (US currency). These required redrawing and replacing the original button graphics found on the PDF. I don't recall where the logo came from. Let's just call it Disney. I traced it to vector, colorized it to better represent print out on solar yellow stock and replaced the raster-based logo on the card with this one. Also exported to PNG for a wheel image. Flyers - raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Special thanks to Inkochnito for hosting all of the factory PDFs. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Not much that is truly new here except for the wheel image. But a lot of this work is buried deep on the PinballX FTP. This is just bringing it together in one place. The card itself is available at Inkochnito's and did not require much work to vectorize and color in Illustrator, but this pack also includes the factory shotmaps which I traced to vector, improved the graphics on the aprons, etc. Includes an export of the playfield graphics which is also part of the shotmap. Coinage cards included. These required redrawing and replacing the original button graphics found on the PDF. Vector-based NASCAR logo and registered trademark image found on Wikipedia. Replaced the raster-based logo on the card and shotmaps with this one. Also exported to PNG for a wheel image. 300dpi scans of flyers courtesy http://flyers.cdyn.com/ Special thanks to Inkochnito. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  6. Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    Includes color and B/W reproductions of the factory instruction card. Color and B/W 30th anniversary promotional cards are also included along with coin cards (US currency only). Graphic elements processed with GIMP. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Some more graphics work, assembly, vectorization, and colorization to simulate print out on Solar Yellow stock all produced in Adobe Illustrator. Logo came from worldvectorlogo.com. Fonts - Helvetica thanks to ephifonts.com and Astounder by Nate Piekos and Blambot.com, downloaded from download-free-fonts.com. Huge thanks to ninuzzu for extracting a great reference image from the TPA table. I pulled some graphic elements from that image. It would have been pretty rough without it. Special thanks to Pinballnews.com for a playfield image which had the 30th anniversary promotional card and a playfield insert decal image that I could copy off and use in the card. As always thanks to Inkochnito for the coin cards. The additional images come from Stern's Ghostbusters Basic Guide and from JP's Ghostbusters Slimer ruleset. Images were just dumped straight from the PDF to Flash using pdftools. Flyers - raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Wheel images in turn extracted from the flyer images and cleaned up using the GIMP. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  7. Version 1.0.0

    24 downloads

    Includes reproduction of a factory instruction card. A coin card is also included (US currency only). Graphic elements processed with GIMP. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Some more graphics work, assembly, vectorization, and colorization to simulate print out on Solar Yellow stock all produced in Adobe Illustrator. Fonts - League Gothic, an open source version of Alternate Gothic #1, by Caroline Hadilaksono, Micah Rich, and Tyler Finck. This was used for the type on the table logo. The famous lips and tongue logo came from Wikipedia. I put the two together to create the wheel image. Eighth note vector clip art from all-free-download.com. Huge thanks to Dozer for allowing me to extract images from his fine VPX table. Special thanks to Mark Steinman and IPDB for the card reference image; As always thanks to Inkochnito for the coin card. Flyer by Stern Pinball and published at IPDB. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  8. Version 1.0.0

    31 downloads

    Includes reproductions of factory instruction cards, two English language cards (presumably pre-production and final production cards) plus one German language card. A coin card is also included (US currency only). Graphic elements processed with GIMP. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Some more graphics work, assembly, vectorization, and colorization to simulate print out on Solar Yellow stock all produced in Adobe Illustrator. The basis for the German market KISS logo came from a glyph in The KISS font package: http://www.pickafont.com/fonts/The-KISS-Font.html. I updated the logo in Illustrator to better reflect the current logo style with rounded S's. Made a wheel image from the results and colored it like the US market logo. The US market logo came straight from Wikipedia (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kiss_Logo.svg). And the US wheel image is simply a PNG conversion of the source vector-based image. Star icons copyright flaticon and made available through Creative Commons license v3.0. Distributed here: http://www.freepik.com Fonts - Helvetica Neue thanks to ephifonts.com and dafontfree.net; Aldo the Apache by AJ Paglia and distributed by DaFont; the ampersand glyph is Filmotype Meredith designed by Rian Hughes and modified by me (thanks to freevectorart24h.blogspot.com). Flyers, raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Special thanks to Scott Tiesma and PAPA.org for the KISS rulesheet. This document has an excellent card reproduction. The pre-production card is essentially a reproduction of this image. And the band member likenesses were taken from there. Special thanks to stefanaustria (STAT) for helping me out by typing out the text of the German card. Special thanks to Pinball Universe and IPDB for German card reference images; and pinballnews.com for reference images; and as always Inkochnito for distributing the coin cards. Production version image came from the Limited Edition flyer by Stern Pinball. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  9. Version

    24 downloads

    bullseyn.zip
  10. Version 1.0.0

    35 downloads

    Includes reproductions of Pro and Premium/Limited Edition factory cards in two varieties - the usual Solar Yellow stock and a full color (red). There are English language cards for Pro and Limited Edition and there are French language cards for Limited Edition only. Coin cards are also included (US currency only). Graphic elements processed with GIMP. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Some more graphics work, assembly, vectorization, and colorization in Adobe Illustrator. The basis for the AC/DC logo came from here: http://vectorlogo4u.com/acdc-vector-logo/ with plenty of modifications. Elements of the Stern Pinball logo were also incorporated from earlier work. Final logo used in the card is also the wheel image (it's huge/native resolution). I have some other wheel images available here: http://vpinball.com/VPBdownloads/acdc-wheels/ Fonts - Squealer (typodermicfonts.com); Helvetica condensed and Helvetica Neue Condensed thanks to ephifonts.com. Hi-rez image of the Luci Premium flyer courtesy of Stern Pinball and published by IPDB. For Pro and Limited Edition flyers, raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Special thanks to Kim Keist and Ed VanderVeen and IPDB; pinballnews.com; and as always Inkochnito for reference images. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  11. Version 1.0.0

    28 downloads

    Includes reproductions of factory cards, one English language and one Spanish language plus coin cards (US currency only). Graphic elements processed with GIMP. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Some more graphics work, assembly, vectorization, and colorization to simulate print out on Solar Yellow stock in Adobe Illustrator. Thanks to HauntFreaks and team Iron Man for the accurate S.H.I.E.L.D. logo, the spinner texture, and hi-rez playfield image from which I extracted most of the graphics. Huge logo image from a DualShockers game review. Also used as a basis for the wheel image. Background color used in the wheel image from minimalist designer, Gidi Vigo. Thanks to Pinsider Marc for a crisp image of the Iron Man playfield insert decal that I could perspective correct, found in the Pinside Iron Man gallery. Fonts - Tungsten from Hoefler & Co. (thanks Mark Breneman) used for the "Do or Die Time" logo. Shattered pattern for the "Do or Die Time" logo used portions of a shattered back ground vector image copyright CharlesLeon, found at vecteezy.com. 300dpi scan of the Iron Man classic flyer courtesy http://flyers.cdyn.com/ For Vault Edition flyers, raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Special thanks to pinballnews.com and marcospecialties.com for reference images. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  12. Version 1.0.0

    21 downloads

    The card itself is available at Inkochnito's and did not require much work to vectorize and color in Illustrator, but this pack also includes the factory shotmaps which I traced to vector, improved the graphics on the aprons, etc. Includes an export of the playfield graphics which is also part of the shotmap. Coinage cards included, also the Euro currency card that is on the shotmap images. These required redrawing and replacing the original button graphics found on the PDF. Thanks to 32assassin for permitting me a blanket mod on his wheel images. I used a modified version of his image to replace the original graphic on the shotmap. The modified version is included as a wheel image in the pack. 32assassin's work is here: http://hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/7487-visual-pinball-game-wheels-pack/ They are the best. Clean and relatively high resolution, color-corrected and few embellishments. Exactly what you need when you are scrolling through hundreds of tables in PinballX. If you are using Mega Docklets, well, whatever floats your boat, I guess. 300dpi scans of flyers courtesy http://flyers.cdyn.com/ Special thanks to Inkochnito. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  13. How Do I Get "original" Brownish/orange Colors On Dmd?

    If it’s about authenticity, Stern used plasma up to the final run of Tron before switching to red led. At least, according to Pinball Life. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Sure Shot

    Version

    23 downloads

    sureshot.zip
  15. Version 1.0.0

    50 downloads

    Includes reproductions of factory cards, two English language variations with slightly different layout. Some graphic elements processed with GIMP. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Some more graphics work, assembly, vectorization, and colorization to simulate print out on Solar Yellow stock in Adobe Illustrator. Logos from Wikimedia.org. Fonts - Spookhouse from House Industries (early prototype version at fontsgeek.com), Tungsten from Hoefler & Co. (thanks Mark Breneman), and Helvetica (thanks ephifonts). Stern card template and coinage cards from earlier work. Special thanks to Bob Smith at PAPA.org, Aurich at Ars Technica, and Adriaan Van Roeden at PinballNews.com for reference images. PAPA.org had an excellent image from which I could draw a working qrcode. Flyers - raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Wheel images in turn extracted from the flyer images and cleaned and reassembled using the GIMP. These are exactly the same as published here: This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
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