Nostalgia is not only a powerful source of motivation, but it incentives us to explore contemporary concepts from the past and carry forward that which stands the test of time. In this vein I enjoy taking a break from my usual set of tasks in order to pay respects to the masters of the past, and to hopefully glean some bit of knowledge myself.
A new series of speed painting videos called, "Pixel Interpretations" show me rendering out game pixel-ized images producing an outcome of how I imagine the subject to be.
The following are all Interpretations of Castlevania 3’s Intro sequence.
Joshua Keyes Video redux of Intro to Castlevania 3
Click the more button to see some of the speed paintings that give more details on the illustrations that I created for this project.
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One of my favorite games of all time. This is inspired by Goat at
http://www.Powergoat.com Check out his Unchosen Paths Project.
Castlevania 3 - Stage 1 - Original Screenshot
Castlevania 3 - Stage 1 - HD screenshot - by Joshua Keyes