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Post: # 10477Post Garrett Gilchrist
Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:20 pm

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7rrvxh

King Crimson "Cat Food" Top of the Pops 1970 (clip, colorized)

Colorized and restored by Garrett Gilchrist.

First pass by Jason Antic, creator of DeOldify.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/oq9olxhrmv54c9n/

Early King Crimson performance with Greg Lake, Robert Fripp, Peter Sinfield, Ian McDonald, Michael Giles.

This Top of the Pops episode no longer exists, but this clip survived in a foreign edition, in black and white.

It was hand-colorized by Garrett Gilchrist, using Photoshop, DeOldify, EBSynth, DeepRemaster, Premiere and AfterEffects.

For more information about my methods, watch this Youtube video:
https://youtu.be/EMIoHwOA8jQ

Previous colorization:

https://youtu.be/y_GTAM8um8M

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Re: OrangeCow Video Updates (Garrett Gilchrist)

Post: # 10488Post Garrett Gilchrist
Wed Feb 19, 2020 11:14 am

Della Duck playable in NES Ducktales!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7skuSh-87qk

Della Ducktales! Quick graphics hack to make Della Duck playable in NES DuckTales (1989), via graphics replacement (as an HD pack) in the Mesen emulator.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/8jrs44m66xnx1ds/

It wasn't that hard to redraw the graphics for use in Mesen, but I'd drawn Della in slightly different positions than Scrooge, mainly her head positions, which got me in trouble later. The NES programming reuses graphics tiles constantly, and any inconsistency was immediately obvious, requiring some tweaking. I would recommend that anyone redrawing NES graphics for Mesen keep their characters either identically positioned to the original sprite or changed consistently on every frame ... just in case!

Color palette and detailing changes would be pretty trivial with this method, at least.

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