Classic Computer Magazine Archive ANTIC VOL. 3, NO. 11 / MARCH 1985


If we publish your Atari computer art on our Microscreens page you get an Antic T-shirt. Send your pictures to Antic on disk or cassette. Include loading instructions on a short note telling us about yourself and which graphics tools you use ... also enclose your two choices of T-shirt size and color. And if you want your material back, be sure to send a stamped self-addressed return envelope.

Pencils is in Graphics 3 mode, uses 4 players, GTIA, display list interrupts and takes 30 seconds to draw itself on the screen. Microartist Gregg Tavares has done a professional arcade conversion for AtariSoft and lives in Provo, Utah. Antic Disk subscribers get the file as a bonus.

Pauline Murabayashi obviously drew Winter from her imagination, since she is from Hawaii. Antic published another of her pictures in February 1984, She uses Datasoft's Graphic Master.

Window is a KoalaPad image from Robert Robinson, an art and computer graphics teacher at a Long Island high school. This scene is from his home in Setauket.

Edwin Reveche of Baldwin Park in Southern California used his own BASIC drawing program and overlays to make this fantasy adventure scene, Lilworm.