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#31
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/18 8:45

Joined 2012/1/23
Germany
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Long Time User (8 Years) Top Donator: 2nd
Great work!All the labels looking fantastic!
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#32
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/20 18:58

Joined 2019/7/21
Sweden
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@Cosmoliner: Thanks!

Here's the Virtual Lab label. Man, I haven't tried that game and I probably never will, looks like a total piece of shit game. As I understand it, most likely not finished.

Anyway, went with the box art as inspiration for the label but skipped the human characters.

EDIT: Not sure why the images of my latest two posts aren't showing up as normal.

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#33
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/20 19:55
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While the quality of V Lab is certainly lacking there can still be some fun had with it. It's worth at least trying as a curiosity
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#34
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/20 20:22

Joined 2019/7/21
Sweden
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Haha yeah, maybe I came off a bit too harsh :)
I will have to try it at some point.

EDIT: Just to clarify, I think it's awesome that the game exists, not trying to offend any Virtual Lab fan ;)
Edited by Mumphy on 2020/7/20 21:14
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#35
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/24 17:31

Joined 2019/7/21
Sweden
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Ok, I'm done for now. All the labels for the original released games plus Hyper Fighting and the default/programming are finished, as well as their corresponding icons.

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#36
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/26 3:12

Joined 2015/7/18
Australia
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Long Time User (5 Years)
Quote:

Mumphy wrote:
Ok, I'm done for now. All the labels for the original released games plus Hyper Fighting and the default/programming are finished, as well as their corresponding icons.


Just wanted to drop in and say congrats; and thanks! As I've stated before, after the contest I was really hoping to see people continue to produce labels, and it's been great seeing that fulfilled and being able to follow your labels. I figured I might as well finish off the post by stating my favourites and writing briefly what I like about each of them.


1. Hyper Fighting - the colours... well *ahem* shades really pop
on this one and accentuate the finer details.
Great to have a label this cool for what is
essentially the flagship title of the
HyperFlash.

2. Virtual Bowling - just really clean looking. I love the
reflection of the pins on the alley and it
really conveys the polished look they have
irl.

3. VB Wario Land - I wasn't crazy about this one upon its first
iteration, but once you tweaked it to add the
diamonds in the eyes (and everything else I'm
not going to bother looking up for reference
heheh), I think it really fleshed it out into
something really cool

4. Waterworld - I appreciated how you incorporated the sunset
into the label, as from what I've seen from
gameplay, it's practically omnipresent.
Another awesome label.


Honorable mentions:

Golf - I've still got a bit of a soft spot for my Golf label, but
yours is undoubtedly the better label. I really do
like this one.


SD Gundam Dimension War - very simple and clean; I like it. The
same goes for Virtual League Baseball.

Panic Bomber, & Space Invaders V.C. - Your first labels, for the
contest iirc. Very
minimalist designs set to
spacey backgrounds. Though
your earliest, they still
hold up very nicely.

Galactic Pinball - pretty much what I just said.


Thanks again for all the hard work you put into creating all these labels, as someone who made a lot of labels for the contest (a good portion of which would have been a less effort by a decent margin than most of yours), I know how long and arduous the process can feel at times (... but maybe it's because of how quick I was pumping them out), and we appreciate it!



Cheers, TRM. :)
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#37
Re: HyperFlash 32 default label set (e-ink screen)
Posted on: 7/26 9:24

Joined 2019/7/21
Sweden
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@TRM: Wow, thank you so much! I really appreciate the kind words. I'm really happy you enjoy them and I hope others will too. There is of course the possibility to replace them with other labels so that is nice. But for those who can't be bothered, I think it's cool that there is at least something.

For me, I think some of the ones I'm most pleased with are: Hyper Fighting, Wario Land and SD Gundam D.W. Those were some of the more challenging ones.

I felt the pressure on Hyper Fighting, haha, but i'm quite happy with how it turned out. When I was looking for inspiration and I found that particular cover art, I knew I had to go for it.

I agree about the V.B. Wario Land label and that the feedback I got definitely improved it. Good stuff!

Funny about the Waterworld label. Before that one I was actually planing on going for a more simplistic look for all the labels, but after I did Waterworld I realized it would be more fun to treat, at least some of them, like mini paintings, but still represent the games in an honest way--even though I took some liberties with some of them. Hopefully they all feel somewhat consistent.

Again, thanks for the detailed feedback on the individual labels, I really enjoyed reading it :)
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