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About tygerbug

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  1. I drew the cover artwork for Unlucky Pony. I was a professional (and occasionally official) My Little Pony artist for a couple years when the show was new and popular, so that lent a certain authenticity to the project.
  2. I drew and painted the cover art for Rev's planned release of Unlucky Pony on Intellivision. I guess that never happened and this different game is planned instead. In addition to painting many covers for Rev, I was a professional My Little Pony artist for a few years so that brought a certain authenticity to the work.
  3. Looking good, Collectorvision. It will be terrific to have a modern, expanded, working console for Colecovision releases, providing everything that a fan of this era of retro gaming needs. I hope you can meet your goal and therefore meet the $200ish price point. I've been continually impressed by the work being done by programmers (here at this site!) for the Colecovision system today. Turns out that Colecovision hardware is capable of miracles, given a little help (and the expanded power of the Super Game Module or this console). I don't think that $230K is too much to ask - obviously it's not cheap to produce a new, full console in bulk, so that sounds about right. Is it doable? Well, I regularly see Kickstarters for card games, board games and video games break the $500k mark, if they go viral. I do think this console needs our help to go viral outside of our own little community, and I hope people will share this link on every social media they've got so the Kickstarter has a better chance of succeeding.
  4. Thanks for the kind words- what a fun thread. I'm doing something new for Rev right now. Maybe I should upload all the "coloring book" line art from those projects somewhere ....
  5. Neat! Rob and the Zapper were a major reason why the NES succeeded at first. It allowed the system to be sold as a "toy package" and bring up less memories of the video game crash.
  6. I did the art for this one. Glad you like it! http://tygerbug.deviantart.com/gallery
  7. Did you not use the art of the two humans? http://tygerbug.deviantart.com/gallery
  8. Wow! I only just saw this thread. I'm the artist of most of the art in this thread - game art which I did for Rev. It cracked me up seeing the work colored, and I'm a little jealous of the grit which the winning entry has compared to the real thing. You can check out my work here: http://tygerbug.deviantart.com/gallery And I'd be happy to provide coloring-book versions of more things.
  9. This one still looks great, hoping to see it next year.
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