Monthly Archives: March 2022

Tricks with xscrol

A while ago, when I was working with ptoing on my C64 Raster Effect Editor, he asked me whether I could write some C64 code to create an interesting effect for an existing artwork a friend of his had put … Continue reading

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Second part of my interview with Bacchus on FairLight TV

The second part of my interview with Bacchus on FairLight TV was published on YouTube. In this segment you can hear about some of my work on the C64 and watch an explanation of what the “skid marks”, as Pontus … Continue reading

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Interview with Bacchus on FairLight TV

The first part of my interview with Bacchus on FairLight TV was published on YouTube. In case you are interested in a relaxed chat about Commodore 64 topics, you might want to check it out 🙂 Stay tuned for part … Continue reading

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New release of the C64 Raster Effect Editor

In a recent interview with The Sarge on FairLight TV, Joachim was showing the C64 Raster Effect Editor, having a hard time with a bug that has not been noted before: users were unable to create a raster bar that’s … Continue reading

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