Archive For: Atari Jaguar Dev

RETROKOMP |  Cover Art, Inktober 2016 & Flappy McFur Articles

RETROKOMP | Cover Art, Inktober 2016 & Flappy McFur Articles

I reached one of my 2016 goals! Get my artwork published in a third party publication of some sort. That publication is RETROKOMP, a quarterly printed retro gaming/computing magazine out of Poland. A good fellow named Piotr contacted me and requested to use a piece from my 2016 Inktober Atari Propaganda collection for the cover ... Read More
Tales of a Jaguar Head | Flappy McFur Atari Jaguar Homebrew

Tales of a Jaguar Head | Flappy McFur Atari Jaguar Homebrew

Three years of learning. Three years of programming. Three years of drawing. And it all should have taken three weeks. Flappy McFur is finally in the hands of the masses, or at least the 80 or so individuals that were actually interested. The beginning Atari Jaguar programming has been something that my brother and I ... Read More
Inktober 2016 | Atari Propaganda

Inktober 2016 | Atari Propaganda

Another month of Ink. With the theme of “Atari Propaganda”, I am focusing on creating ads featuring Atari video games, and young people (particularly young women) enjoying those video games. I will post each piece as I finish them here. Further down the page are also links to time lapse videos for each piece. Purchase ... Read More
Atari Jaguar | McFur & Friend 3

Atari Jaguar | McFur & Friend 3

I haven’t had allot of time after Inktober, and getting my Inktober book together, to draw and paint. But I was able to squeeze in an hour here and there on this illustration for Flappy McFur, BitJag’s Atari Jaguar homebrew game. The idea was simple, I wanted to depict Mcfur and Cutter moving forward together, ... Read More
Atari Jaguar | Flappy McFur | Box Art Illustration

Atari Jaguar | Flappy McFur | Box Art Illustration

This one has been a long time coming. I have always intended to update the original box art, done in Inkscape, with a nicer looking illustration. I just thought I would have gotten to it sooner. I keeping with the overall design of the original box art, I maintained the perspective, composition, and other key ... Read More
Atari Jaguar | Nondestructive 50/60hz Switch Mod

Atari Jaguar | Nondestructive 50/60hz Switch Mod

Here is a little mod for the Atari Jaguar that I don’t think is available on the internet at the moment. I was looking to add a switch to one of my Jaguar consoles in order to switch between PAL (50hz) and NTSC (60hz). In order to test Flappy McFur in both modes. The tutorials ... Read More
Atari Jaguar | Mcfur and Friend 2

Atari Jaguar | Mcfur and Friend 2

Went on a vacation to California, and had allot of time to do some thumbnails for a variety of things. I got a few together for Flappy McFur as well, and I am planning on taking those thumbs to finished pieces. Not much different with this one. I approached it in a similar fashion as ... Read More
Atari Jaguar | McFur and Friend 1

Atari Jaguar | McFur and Friend 1

So, during my long hiatus from posting, many projects, many new pieces of art, have been brought into existence, through the sacrifice of time. By myself and others. Unfortunately, this includes the time that is spent putting together videos and posting on my blog. If you are consistent to my blog, or my YouTube Channel, ... Read More
Atari Jaguar | Flappy Mcfur Pre-Release Box & CD Art

Atari Jaguar | Flappy Mcfur Pre-Release Box & CD Art

My brother and I have been working hard on the Atari Jaguar stuff, and new ideas, art, writting, and code, trickles into each and every project everyday. Flappy Mcfur is the first fruits of our efforts. Obviously a Flappy Bird clone for the Atari Jaguar, this program really was just a training ground for me ... Read More
“Look What I Found” – Illustration

“Look What I Found” – Illustration

I have been painting allot lately. Unfortunately, most of it I am not able to post on my personal blog or portfolio yet. I am involved in comic book project for someone else, and I am doing concept work for some films for Thor Media. So, at the the end of the day, I am ... Read More