I was contacted by “mellott124” who asked me if wanted to create a default set of labels for the HyperFlash 32, which I gladly did. My plan was to create a set for the officially released games anyway.
If you have no idea what i’m talking about, please see the “HyperFlash eInk Label Art Contest” thread in this forum.
You’ll be able to follow my progress in this thread.
The basic idea behind the labels:
– It should be easy to identify the game.
– The design should look clean and be coherent.
– A (somewhat) homage to the old american box design.
– Fun and true to my own vision.
It’s really great to be a part of this great project! I will do my best to make these as awesome as I can. If you don’t like them in the end, I guess you can always switch them out 😉
Please feel free to feedback and comment.
Thanks Kevin for trusting me with this!
- This topic was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by Mumphy.
I thought I’d update here as well as per tradition 😉 but I’ve already shared the icon and label on discord and they’re on Dropbox, for anyone with a HF32 cart, who wants to download it.
Hey Mumphy, great work on the labels.
The Bound High label has a couple of blocks that look out of place, on the S and to the left of the B.
@dasi I realized I forgot to answer you. That was intentional and done as a joke (the Bound high character bounced on those blocks :). Enough people didn’t catch on to it for me to update the label, haha.
I’ve added a label and icon for Fishbone to the default set!
- This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Mumphy.
Hey! I’ve made BWR versions of all my BW labels. They can be found here: https://www.virtual-boy.com/hardware/hyperflash32/downloads/1046707/
For now, only the .bmp files are up.