Those Amiga Newtek pictures

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Re: Those Amiga Newtek pictures

Postby ozy2000 » Sun Aug 23, 2009 7:19 am

I'm sure there were some demo pictures from Newtek's DigiView v4 software. The Dynamic HAM pictures (16 new base colours per scanline at upto 512 lines down) of the dead tree over sunset and some smooth pebbles on a freshwater lake were really well done.

I actually owned DigiView and at the time it was an amazing piece of kit, digitizing and processing everything in 21bit colour which you could save out as IFF...1 picture per disk!

I'll see if I can find them in my disk collection 2 centuries later for you all.

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Re: Those Amiga Newtek pictures

Postby Examigan » Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:16 pm

ozy2000 wrote:I'm sure there were some demo pictures from Newtek's DigiView v4 software. The Dynamic HAM pictures (16 new base colours per scanline at upto 512 lines down) of the dead tree over sunset and some smooth pebbles on a freshwater lake were really well done.

I actually owned DigiView and at the time it was an amazing piece of kit, digitizing and processing everything in 21bit colour which you could save out as IFF...1 picture per disk!

I'll see if I can find them in my disk collection 2 centuries later for you all.


Those were magic times, I remember having my ST and using Spectrum 512, and it had this really cool way of setting up a custom pallete and using it to make gradient fills.Looked really trippy, spaced out, etc...
Then I (gasp/choke) sold it and bought an Amiga 2000. I pickd up Digipaint for that as soon as I could, I was going through Spectrum 512 withdrawal.

But I still miss those gradient fills :(

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Re: Those Amiga Newtek pictures

Postby ROWBEARTOE » Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:04 pm

Im hoping to get some time so I can get back to playing with my ST computer. Spectrum 512 was perhaps the most interesting paint program I have ever used.

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Re: Those Amiga Newtek pictures

Postby yerzmyey » Fri Jan 08, 2010 8:55 am

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Re: Those Amiga Newtek pictures

Postby Nyh » Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:50 am

ROWBEARTOE wrote:This may seem like an odd request, but does anyone have those Amiga Newtek pictures?

I haven't found the originals (yet) but I think this would be good enough to convert them to the ST:
http://aminet.net/pix/misc/NewTek_Collection.zip

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