I decided to turn one of my screenshots from Mario Golf 64 into my latest Steam profile artwork:
And now I’m off to make my preparations for episode 2 of my comic series tomorrow.
I was bored so I turned this screenshot from ‘Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project’ into a simply beautiful piece of art:
And now for my next trick, I will now go do the bed thing… 😴
Last night I decided to install Project 64 just to test out some Nintendo 64 games, starting with Mario Golf 64. In this game, you can add all four golfers that were originally from the Game Boy Color version just by simply using the Transfer Pak and the Mario Golf GBC game paks to transfer them over, but it requires at least two game packs to transfer all 4 characters in the game:
Here’s a screenshot of what the gameplay looks like:
Your selected character is outside the golf course, and your objective is to swing the golf ball all the way to the hole in order to score points whether it’s a Bogey, Birdie, Eagle or a Hole-in-One if you’re extremely lucky.
My favorite original Mario Golf character, Azalea, completing a course with a Birdie.
I’d say this game is really fun to play but difficult to master and great for practice. The graphics in this game looked awesome for back in the day, and what I like about this game is that there are different modes to choose from; like Character Get, Ring Shots, Birdie Shots, etc. 🙂
The next games that I plan on playing are Mario Kart 64 and Super Mario 64.
I forgot to put something up yesterday. I’ve been messing around with more of Adobe Illustrator, and I used my Wacom tablet to draw my own version of Azalea from the Mario Golf series:
The whole story behind this artwork is Azalea conquering the Blue Moon on her outer space journey after decapitating two alien invaders with her katana. 🙂
I’ve been making some more artwork lately. Here’s a picture of what I’ve been working on:
It was a female golfer named Azalea from the 1999 game Mario Golf for the Game Boy Color, but I modified her to make her one of my own characters.