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Amiga skull chewing on Microsoft Popular
Description: Got really bored, and daydreamed about putting my 1200 in a tower case one day, then wondered what I would airbrush onto it if/when I get one. I used Ibrowse and google image search to grab the skull, along with the Amiga and Microsoft logos/banners. Then used ArtPro to resize the logo images and convert everything to IFF, and finally went into Deluxe Paint IV, and colored everything in. The Circuit board that is supposed to be covering the skull actually came from the documentation included on a cd-rom for a video game. (Star Craft, I believe) It didn't turn out very well at this res, so it just looks green. After saving the final IFF file, I loaded it into Ppaint, and exported it to a .png file, where I then uploaded it here with Ibrowse. Might make a good tattoo for the incredibly geeky.


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