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The FUTURE circa 1986

Bubo the Rat is one of my earliest digital illustrations. I drew it on a digitizing tablet called The Animation Station which plugged into a Commodore 64. The print was output on a Panasonic dot matrix printer.

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17,000,000 Commodore 64 Users Can’t Be Wrong

The best-selling personal computer model of all time. It was cheaper, faster and better than the Apple computers out at the time. Why these guys aren’t ruling the world is beyond me. Today, I continue my exploration of the digital … Continue reading

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Video Plague

This was an early digital work done on a Commodore 64 using an Animation Station which was a Wacom-like digitizing tablet. It was printed on a Panasonic dot matrix printer. I was trying to find the drawing I sent in … Continue reading

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