I dug out a old forgotten pc and set out to see if I can solely use it for hyperspin
The only emulators I want to run are sage systems, PlayStation 1 and nintendo 64.
I have pentium e5200 at 2.5GHz, 3gb ram ddr2 with a msi Boston motherboard and looking for a cheap graphics card to run them smoothly (if at all possible lol)
Any help would be welcomed
Here is something for ppl that are looking for it
Its action script for Adobe Photoshop that will make double sided 3d box from template.
Use the box template to make full two sided artwork. Export it as png , open and run script!
Do not run script on psd...
This is example of finished png before action script
Thanks to @Robin55 from Launchbox forum for original 3d template
Just wondered if anyone can recommend an reasonable illustrator and/or printer located in the uk to help me with my new project based on a Pacland remake.
Pictures of cab attached - as you can see it's not too far away from needing artwork (on going I hope to do this for a living) !
If anyone out there can help - please get in touch, have most of the information including samples of the artwork style I would like to use ! i don't think too taxing but a fair bit of illustrator work !
I am building my first cabinet and am searching for matching side art, marquee and control panel. Is there anywhere on this site or FTP where this sort of thing is located? I've attached an example of what i am looking for. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Hello Spinners & Pinners,
It's been all good since the VPcabs debut on Shark Tank this past May. Brad Baker from VPcabs was hired by Universal Studios to create a stand-up Vertigo arcade 'Back to the Future' themed machine for Michael J. Fox's Parkinson Disease Foundation. I got to design the entire build with licensed artwork from the movie. What a great project to be part of!
Ebay posted the auction, all the proceeds from this event went to the charity. It was showcased with the actors Fox, Christopher Llyod and Lea Thompson at the Chicago Wizard World convention this past summer.
The design was so well received from Universal that a second matching virtual pinball machine was commissioned. Also designed by me. The brother and sister set look the part and have been a popular design for BTTF fans all over.
If you have an idea for a project or would like something totally all your own please let me know. I'm always looking for something super cool and one of a kind to work on.
Thank you, all the best!