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DeluxePaint_HallOfStars DeluxePaint_HallOfStars

This image was used to demonstrate the 3D transformation tool, that was added to Deluxe Paint III.

DeluxePaint_Seascape DeluxePaint_Seascape

This daytime scenario is using the Deluxe Paint default palette.

DeluxePaint_Seascape_var DeluxePaint_Seascape_var

It is transformed into a nighttime scenario by simply changing the color palette. Not a single pixel was changed.


This is a demonstration to show how different color palettes can completely change the look of an image.

DeluxePaint_Space DeluxePaint_Space

DeluxePaint_Waterfall DeluxePaint_Waterfall

DeluxePaint_Yacht DeluxePaint_Yacht

AH_Celtic AH_Celtic

Created with Deluxe Paint II for MS-DOS. It was also included with HAM Lab as an example image.

AH_Dan AH_Dan

AH_EiffelTower AH_EiffelTower

AH_Eye AH_Eye

AH_KingTut AH_KingTut

AH_KingTut_aga AH_KingTut_aga

The iconic Tutankhamun mask used as cover for many Deluxe Paint versions.

The Amiga AGA version looks like it was created by smearing around the golden parts with the Deluxe Paint smudge tool.
Not really a high class way of upgrading an image.

AH_Lemur AH_Lemur

AH_NewTut AH_NewTut

Created with Deluxe Paint II for MS-DOS. It was also included with HAM Lab as an example image.

AH_Venus AH_Venus

AH_Waif AH_Waif

Printed in Amiga World July/August 1986 - Page 80

GJ_BioDomes GJ_BioDomes

GJ_Faces_Accessories GJ_Faces_Accessories

GJ_Faces_EyesNose GJ_Faces_EyesNose

GJ_Faces_Hair1 GJ_Faces_Hair1

GJ_Faces_Hair2 GJ_Faces_Hair2

GJ_Faces_Heads GJ_Faces_Heads

GJ_Faces_MouthsEars GJ_Faces_MouthsEars

A collection of pre made head assets, that were included in Deluxe Paint. The user could experiment with the copy and paste tools to create many different heads.

GJ_Flight GJ_Flight

GJ_Flight_original GJ_Flight_original

Greg Johnson drew some inspiration from a concept drawing from the movie Aliens depicting the bridge of the Nostromo.
Greg's image has some ties to the game Starflight. The two aliens that are visible here are also present in the game and the Starflight logo can be seen on the bottom left of the computer console.
The image itself doesn't appear in the game but Greg did some graphics for Starflight which explains the similarities.

GJ_Gorilla GJ_Gorilla

Printed in Amiga World July/August 1986 - Page 81

GJ_PaintCan GJ_PaintCan

GJ_SleepingAlien GJ_SleepingAlien

Louis_Iris Louis_Iris

Louis_LostArk Louis_LostArk

Louis_Triceratops Louis_Triceratops