80s Warrior’s Record , The Completed Collection
This is a personal project mixing video games from the 80s with ukiyoe style since 2009.
Prints available at the link below.
Date: November 2013
80S000 – Hunting Season
illustration inspired by my favorite game from the 80s “Super Mario Bros” and Capcom latest game ” Monster hunter”.
80S001 – Hero’s Lullaby
First illustration of 80’s warrior’s record or 八十武士录 inspired by The Legend of Zelda created in 1986 by Japanese game designers Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka for Nintendo (NES).
Here’s my version of Link on his final journey of saving princess from Ganon in Death Mountain.
80S002 – Rescue Dawn
Inspired by Contra (魂斗羅), a video game series produced by Konami debuted in 1987. This design is based on the boss of Area 3 in the NES version.
80S003 – The Blue Warrior
Inspired by Mega Man, or known as Rockman in Japan, a video game developed by Capcom since 1987. This illustration is based on the 2nd last stage of Rockman 2: The Mystery of Dr. Wily (1988).
80S004 – Big Trouble in Little Japan
Inspired by Donkey Kong, a franchise of video games series that features the adventures of a large ape called Donkey Kong, created by Shigeru Miyamoto.
80S005 – Cave Raider
Inspired by Pac-man ( Pakkuman), an arcade game developed by Namco in 1980. Pac-Man is considered one of the classics and an icon of the 80s popular culture.
80S006 – Ice Terror
Based on ice climber, a classic NES video game developed by Nintendo during the winter of 1984.
“Hammering your way in game is possible but probably its not going to work in real life. Terror is out there in reality.”
80S007 – Death’s choice
Inspired and based on characters from Golden Axe, a video game released in 1989 by Sega. This is an unknown battle of the heroes with the skeleton from the character selection.
80S008 – Monster Dogma
Inspired by Super Mario Bros. 2 released in Japan in 1988 by Nintendo and Dragon Dogma by Capcom last year! This is the sequel to my “Hunting Season”.
80S009- Final of the Fantasy
Inspired by one of the best-selling RPG video game, Final Fantasy by Square-enix published in 1987. The last artwork of the 80s warrior series.