So last year when Star Fox 2 was launching on the SNES classic. One of my fellow NintendoWorldReport.com staff members and I took it upon ourselves to create a somewhat historically accurate approximation of a Star Fox 2 manual. The whole thing is free to download here. Anyway in the process we wound up creating some new art as well as... I guess I'd say finishing... some of the existing concept art Nintendo had already released. You've probably seen the design documents for the various Arwing variants in Star Fox 2. We went in and cleaned those up and colored them to look more like finished art. We also did our best to create from scratch an illustration of the carrier to match the official art's style.
I also wound up building (as accurately as I could) the standard Arwing and its walker form in 3D. We used these images in the controls section of the manual. I build a 3D version of the carrier as well though it never actually made it into the final manual.
Anyway it was a really fun project to go back and try to restore some old art as well as create modern renders of the ships. Of course I have to give credit to Tsuyoshi Watanabe for the original Star Fox 2 concept art we worked from.
Oh and here (video) is how the finished manuals looked for anyone who was curious.
By SF Redd
I don't come here much, because honestly, this site has hit a low point. It seems very quiet, and it has recently been fairly boring to come here.
When I saw this news, however, I jumped in joy at the possibility. I decided to come back here today to join in on the discussion everyone was undoubtedly having.
So imagine my surprise when I come here and can't see one reference to the two days old news, not even on the sites main page.
In case you missed it, there's a rumour going around that Retro Studios is working on a game called "Star Fox Grand Prix", which is supposedly a mix between F-Zero and Diddy Kong racing, set in the Star Fox universe. The game will apparently have bosses, like Diddy Kong Racing.
For anyone interested, here's a relevant link:
I would like to start off by saying that I have no idea if I am allowed to post this here, if not then that's my bad.
Hello everyone, I am known as Scoots. I sometimes like to use my real name as well though, which is Dan. (But I prefer to be called by my online name.)
I have been a fan of the Star Fox Franchise for as long as I can remember, I would say my absolute favorites are:
-Star Fox 64
-Star Fox Assault
-Star Fox Zero (kind of an odd choice I know.)
And Star Fox adventures.
The characters have almost always interested me. From the way their personality is in the games to the way they have a different design with each game that comes out after the other.
You've probably already met me on this Star Fox Discord Server that I run referred to as "The Great Fox." (I am not gonna link it to respect the owners of this website...Hopefully by mentioning the name it's not gonna take anything away.)
But for those who haven't met me yet i'd like to say i'm happy to be here and hopefully i'll make a great contributing member to this community.
Oh, and I RP from time to time as well. So I might sneak in an RP or two while i'm here.
I also need to figure out how to set my profile picture.
So apparently Atari is making a new console. It was announced and confirmed at e3 2017.
I wish I was lying but I am not.
Heya guys! Here are several links to my many galleries I post to across different websites, as well as links to my commission information.
Currently I'm trying to get myself to Texas Furry Fiesta 2018, so I am planning WAY ahead early! The stars were not in position this year, but I can sure work my ass off to do it next year! Not only am I planning to attend, but I'd love to do it in my first fursuit, a character I've had for 3 years. Her name is Dulce Luna, and she's a very cute little bovine! She dresses in lolita clothes, so what with TFF 2018's theme being Lone Star Wonderland, I figured it would be great if she could make it! She would be perfect for it!
(I also have a client to pay back, after coming across hard times and asking for a refund--I normally like to keep my funds in my PayPal account untouched until I deliver the finished art, but we desperately needed that money to pay bills.)
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