Made a decal for my friend who's building his own arcade gaming machine from an old cabinet he bought.
I'm helping him out with some of the design for it. If this particular element will be used or not, I dunno. Either way, it was an idea I had that was fun to make.
about 1 month ago
... this guy looks sooo great!!! :D
Haha so good man!
Mario got jacked over the years.
Mario after he served 30 years in high security prison for killing Bowser.
@Kevin Burr I've heard he's been hangin' with Popeye. @Emir Ayouni love this man!
Haha that's sweet.
Wonderful, it feels like it belongs on a cabinet.
Nice work! Post a pic of the cabinet when it's done.
@Arno @Wade @Rich @Jonas @Tobias @Kevin @Mariusz @Brandon @Justin & @Matthew - Ha, thanks a lot for all the nice and cool comments guys. It's always a sweet to get positive feedback on things that were made just for fun.
@Bryan - Cheers! You can check out the control panel here.
I'm not sure if I'll be posting the finished cabinet here on Dribbble, but I will surely be throwing up some photos on my instagram.
Haha great! :)
If it was a game, it would be called “Adult Super Mario Land (Unrated)”. :D
@Thorsten - Thanks, yes, that's a great idea for a title actually!
It was a great game and I liked it a lot, but somewhere, I feel that I can't really relate to people's extreme nostalgia for Nintendo back in the 80s, as I was one of the few who didn't have the console. I had a Amiga 500. Totally different "scene" :)
I just love the princess peach tattoo, I want that tattoo as well.
@Emir Cool man, I always thought I was the only one who had a Amiga 500 (my favorite game was Toki) when everybody else had a Nintendo.
oh man, is the spider web on the elbow a Dexter reference?? Regardless, looks rad!
@Brandon Escalante Haha. Too many mushroids.
THIS IS SO COOL!
His teardrop anchor is priceless.
@Nick @Jack @Alexandr & @Muhammad - Thanks guys!
@Eric - Cheers man. Not sure I follow what you mean tho, by Dexter reference?
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