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Description: This is a little image I knocked up in 2002 using Photogenics 5.

Seeing as nobody has submitted anything for the mousemats yet, I decided to upload this.


Submitter:  _Steve_ - More Photos from _Steve_  
Last Update: 16-Apr-2007 Hits: 5379 Rating: 7.00 (7 votes)Comments: 6 posts
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Agnus 
Re: AW Saviour
Posted on 18-Apr-2007 7:33:37
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Great work dude!
Nice colors!

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_Steve_ 
Re: AW Saviour
Posted on 19-Apr-2007 19:28:53
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Thanks for the comment. I am glad at least some people appreciate it

As I said in my submission though, I am sure there are plenty of better artists here that can make something better than this. I just hoped to spur some of you guys and gals into having a go at producing some artwork for the mousemat endeavour.


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Framiga 
Re: AW Saviour
Posted on 25-Apr-2007 14:35:46
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very good job, Steve!

If i were you i'll try a version without the background layer. This will help the final visual impact and would reduce the production costs.

Last edited by Framiga on 25-Apr-2007 at 02:37 PM.


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Teddy 
Re: AW Saviour
Posted on 1-May-2007 3:01:40
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Nice, very nice.
Me like it.


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AmigaClyde 
Re: AW Saviour
Posted on 30-Dec-2007 5:34:40
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Very nice. Very artistic. All them colors.


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Rudei 
Re: AW Saviour
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Yeah, I like


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Ande 
Re: AW Saviour
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Nice artwork


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