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  1. I AM TRYING TO FIND THE HI-RES PSD FILES FOR MONSTER BASH SIDE AND FRONT CABINET ARTWORK. I KNOW IT IS OUT THERE SINCE SOMEBODY POSTED THESE FILES BACK IN 2010 IN THEIR DROPBOX BUT IT NO LONGER CONTAINS THEM. PLEASE HELP! THANKS
  2. Here is the artwork for my ACDC tribute table, completed 10/23. Bittersweet with the passing of co-founder Malcolm Young. I had planned to have the table together by now but there was a delay in shipping. Let me know what you think! ACDC min-cab art
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    A collection of over 100 Virtual Topper images, designed for a 1920x1080 partially hidden topper screen.. Samples:
  4. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. We worked on a few ideas using email until we nailed down this design concept for the stand up arcade machine.

    © jwgfx

  5. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. We worked on a few ideas using email until we nailed down this design concept for the stand up arcade machine. Once the logo was approved I started with the marquee.

    © jwgfx

  6. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. Wem started with a logo treatment to get an idea of color and effects to use as design elements for the build.

    © jwgfx

  7. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. We worked on a few ideas using email until we nailed down this design concept for the stand up arcade machine.

    © jwgfx

  8. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. We worked on a few ideas using email until we nailed down this design concept for the virtual pinball cab that matches an earlier stand up cab design with the same logo.

    © jwgfx

  9. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. We worked on a few ideas using email until we nailed down this design concept for the virtual pinball cab that matches an earlier stand up cab design with the same logo.

    © jwgfx

  10. From the album: Arcade Timewarp - dfwArcade artwork

    My client in the UK wanted a classic arcade design that paid tribute to the classic arcade machines of the 70's & 80's. We worked on a few ideas using email until we nailed down this design concept for the virtual pinball cab that matches an earlier stand up cab design with the same logo.

    © jwgfx

  11. hi guys i see lots of night mods coming and get a heap of pm messages from people requesting some help getting g.i effects made in Photoshop. so i decided to give people a hand on a method i like to use that's pretty simple and you get a lot of control of how the lighting looks in the finished product. included in this post is a Photoshop template file ready for you to put your own play field image in and by following a few simple steps can create some general illumination lighting. now this is only a quick introduction to get shadows and other reflections is extra but this is a good start and you will be happy with your results im sure. here is the photoshop source file required to begin: lighting tutorial.zip so here we go: Step 1 when you open the file make sure to have access to the layers section step 2 the area you will be using is color coded green and labeled in a folder named uncompleted example step 3 Insert your own playfield image into where i have placed my example or to try demo just use my example. step 4 you will see a folder named light source, duplicate this folder and use the move tool to place it in the position of another bulb. repeate this step until all bulbs have light on your playfield. step 6 now you have made all light sources you may be thinking " the table is still not right and too dark around the light sources". create a new layer under your lightsource folders above your playfield image and select the layer type to "overlay" step 7 now select the brush tool and make the width around 230px and set the brush hardness to 0% step 8 now open up the foreground color properties and change the color to the one in the following screen shot step 9 now paint on your new created layer, you will see it lighting up your playfield, you can get creative here and leave out areas to imitate shadows. step 10 if you are not happy with the amount of intensity the painted light has created just duplicate the painted layer and adjust its transparency in the layers properties panel hope you guys can follow this and it is useful, giving instructions isn't my strong point. if it does help people i could make more quick tips like this for other things if anybody would be interested This post has been promoted to an article
  12. OK guys, this is my first attempt in redrawing. I used a random table playfield picture which I found on VPforums and decided to give it a try. I decided to go with a good snapshop with topdown view of the playfield just to skip all the "resize and rotate" fuss for starters. I'm redrawing this table only for practicing purposes. I use Photoshop and my weapon of choice is precision gaming mouse with 2000dpi. :)I still don't have a tablet, but who knows, if I get any better at this, I might consider making my life a whole easier and buy a pen tablet. Btw. I'm by no mean an artist, in fact my profession has really nothing to do with drawing and painting and programming and designing a flying saucer In fact playing with web design and now redrawing relaxes me and I hope I can someday give something back to the community. Test 1... images below, took me about two hours to finish this. Most of the time went on redrawing Will's face The playfield Redraw
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