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    Very nice boxes. Always prefer the "natural" look with imperfections and all. I ended up resizing all of them to 150% to make them a bit bigger.
  1. View File Amstrad CPC 464 Real 3D Box Art Project Amstrad CPC Real 3D Box Art Project. There are a few sources of 3D box art out there for the CPC464, though none that are as high resolution, realistic looking and true to the original as I wanted. In the absence of support for true 3D rotatable models, I decided to make this set. This set uses a real cassette template in Photoshop into which the front covers and spines are inserted. English versions used where available, though foreign games are covered too. Most 3D boxes are a "single" cassette box, though there are also double cassette boxes, disk boxes and cardboard boxes. I try and make the box art true to the original. Cassette boxes are prioritised where available. There are a very small number of games that came in boxes of anomalous sizes - I have tended to use the cardboard box template for these. The single cassette box template is of superior quality to the double and disk box templates - if anyone can find the latter 2 in higher quality, let me know, though I'm relatively happy with the ones I have. For freeware/PD/etc games, I am making "blank" cassette templates with the game name stuck to the front and spine of the cassette insert as an embossed label strip (like you could make with those old machines). The rom set used is the Gamebase CPC set, which contains 3299 games. New packs will be added here, so click follow to get updates. Any errors or missing games let me know! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Updates 19 Aug 2021: Pack added (A) 24 Aug 2021: Packs # and A being reworked: double cassette case will have the feint background removed, and 3D boxes for cardboard box games will be added 27 Aug 2021: Freeware/PD/etc games will have a 3D box made - using a blank cassette insert template with the game name printed on an embossed label and stuck to the front and spine 28 Aug 2021: Packs # and A have been updated to fix the translucent background issue for double cassette and disk cases, and PD/freeware 3D boxes have been added Packs completed so far: # - 75 covers A - 242 covers Submitter Retrofrogg Submitted 08/13/2021 Category Box Submissions Resolution 1293x2141 Naming Gamebase Total Files in Collection 0  
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    Amstrad CPC Real 3D Box Art Project. There are a few sources of 3D box art out there for the CPC464, though none that are as high resolution, realistic looking and true to the original as I wanted. In the absence of support for true 3D rotatable models, I decided to make this set. This set uses a real cassette template in Photoshop into which the front covers and spines are inserted. English versions used where available, though foreign games are covered too. Most 3D boxes are a "single" cassette box, though there are also double cassette boxes, disk boxes and cardboard boxes. I try and make the box art true to the original. Cassette boxes are prioritised where available. There are a very small number of games that came in boxes of anomalous sizes - I have tended to use the cardboard box template for these. The single cassette box template is of superior quality to the double and disk box templates - if anyone can find the latter 2 in higher quality, let me know, though I'm relatively happy with the ones I have. For freeware/PD/etc games, I am making "blank" cassette templates with the game name stuck to the front and spine of the cassette insert as an embossed label strip (like you could make with those old machines). The rom set used is the Gamebase CPC set, which contains 3299 games. New packs will be added here, so click follow to get updates. Any errors or missing games let me know! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Updates 19 Aug 2021: Pack added (A) 24 Aug 2021: Packs # and A being reworked: double cassette case will have the feint background removed, and 3D boxes for cardboard box games will be added 27 Aug 2021: Freeware/PD/etc games will have a 3D box made - using a blank cassette insert template with the game name printed on an embossed label and stuck to the front and spine 28 Aug 2021: Packs # and A have been updated to fix the translucent background issue for double cassette and disk cases, and PD/freeware 3D boxes have been added 10 Sep 2021: Packs added (B) Packs completed so far: # - 75 covers A - 242 covers B - 219 covers
  3. Best place for these snaps is probably Screen Scraper.
  4. Really awesome project - well done! Any plans to do this for the N64 Japanese releases?
    Nice, but might be nicer if they were displayed in their appropriate cases, such as what you have done with the 3D Saturn boxes.
    These are great, and the best disc images IMO as they are .PNG and don't have a white background. Great if you could do a USA/Europe set too!
    Kondorito - these are brilliant. So much better than the "cleaner" standard boxes. I wish you would make these kind of boxes for all platforms!
  5. Yes, I see now. Much nicer boxes. Funny how a few little changes here and there make such a difference. My only other comment is that perhaps the images could be made a bit bigger, as when I view them fullscreen they only take up a small portion of the screen space. I am running a 4K monitor so maybe that is something to do with it.
  6. These look good! Are these different to the ones that Launchbox automatically downloads from its database?
  7. OK, though there are quite a few. Below are the MAME games for letters A and B where the 3D boxes are missing: 4-D Warriors; Repulse; Ace Attacker; Aero Fighers 3 (Sonic Wings 3); Age of Heroes - Silkroad 2; Agress; Aqua Rush; Aquarium; Ark Area; Astro Chase; Athena no Hatena; Attack Pla Rail; Bal Cube; Balloon Brothers; BanBam; Bang Bang Ball; Baryon Future Assault; Beam Invader; Bestri; Big Fight; Bikkuri Card; Billiard; Bio Attack; Birdiy; Bishi Bashi Championship; Black Touch; Blastaball; Blazing Lazers; Block Carnival; The Block Kuzushi; Blocken; Blue Hawk; BnB Arcade; Bomb Kick; Bongo; Botanic; The Bounty; Boxy Boy; Bradley Trainer; Brick Zone; Brixian; Bubble Symphony; Bubble Trouble; Buccaneers; Butasan. Thanks
  8. Would it be possible to upload your template so that we can change some items or add missing ones? Thanks!
  9. Did you sort this? Also, did you have to resize the 2000+ plus bezels for the MAME collection? Surely there is an easier way than resizing each bezel individually. Why do they need to be resized anyway? Weren't they made at the correct size?
  10. Thanks - but are these for use with MAME? MAME should have either .png and .art files, or .png and .lay files for newer versions. These zips only contain .png and .ini files.
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