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  • Birthday 04/05/1984

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  1. I hate to mention it but issue 116 has no link either. Other than that, all the links work and I'm finally up to date on it. Other than GamePro and Nintendo Power, my mag folder is a mess of random. You guys have done a great job on the GamePro's.
  2. Yeah, not seeing the links for them. Here's what I get.
  3. Is issue 4 scanned yet? There seems to be no link for it. Same with 24 and 25. Thanks Phillyman for all your hard work.
  4. It's been a long time since I was here. Glad to see it's still going strong. But am I missing something? I was looking to download an issue just to see if links were still active. I know we used to use rapidshare, megaupload, etc and was curious if we still had valid links or a server to host them. But anyway, I get this when going to the "downloads" section when on the magazine tab: "Sorry this section of Retromags is closed. We have moved over our downloads to our new magazine database. Click on the Magazines tab at the top of this page to be taken to it." And I still have mags, hate to throw them away without being archived somewhere. Maybe when I get time I can scan some more. Edit: I figured it out. Stupid ad block.
  5. I make no gaurantees as to how many and when because I scan in phases when my time is optimal but I will be a dedicated scanner on the grounds that any scans I do, I will not be barred in any way if I also post them on outofpringarchive or give them permission to use my scans. I'm in it for the love of the games and I'm hoping we can overcome our pride and egos to establish a proper sanctuary for these mags. It doesn't matter the site or the means, we shouldn't lose touch as to why we're all here doing this.
  6. Barbieonweed is on a roll. Thanks for the scans. I'm still here and will be back on track one of these days.
  7. Don't feel bad, triverse. I just barely passed the test latter half of the A+ that included laser printers and it was the part I feared. Never made any use of the cert yet and likely won't. Any job I'm cut out for in the industry would likely be rather mundane. Meh, maybe I'll make use of it when I get too old for construction. I love computers, always have, but I fear when using one becomes part of work, it'll take away the fun.
  8. Great interview. With all the writing, scanning, editing, interviewing, etc., you must be a busy man, triverse. I haven't gotten around to it but this is one mag I will be subscribing to. At least the digital version.
  9. Nothing. I think if I had a Sears toy mag from the 80's, I might scan that section. I've been big into music and cars and have old mags relating to both but for some reason, it's not such a big deal to me. I think it's that with the digital age, we are seeing the first simulations of man's and other animals' mind and body along with artificial intelligence, even though crude, in its early form. I think early videogames and computers are a very important part of history, not just my own, and I feel in some way that it's important to preserve that. I guess it's the same way with early art. Man's early interpretations of himself and others is preserved in it.
  10. Reviewing your scans again, I think you mentioned it before, but the scans do have white artifacts or blotches in them. It might be kind of annoying if it's artifacting every page. Also, if it's me, I'd straighten them by a few degrees. Ones like the SF2 pages usually have a vertical line which you can use to gauge by. I went ahead and straightened your scans, recropped, resized, and uploaded to the server to update the one on the server. That's just me being picky and I'm by no means the final word, Phillyman is. But if you want good alignment as a cbz, it's always best to straighten and as someone tipped me to, use the same size crop. I think the technique is mentioned in the faq and a recent topic here in mag talk. Thanks for the contribution and once again, welcome. It's great to have another scanner who seems to share our enthusiasm and preservational views. But I really didn't realize how much I was into SF2 until a few of my mags I thought I so preciously took care of had SF2 related pages torn out.
  11. Yeah, I didn't realize what a big SF2 fan I was at the time. I took good care of my guides but I apparently just couldn't hold out of tearing out anything SF2 related. But your scan quality looks fine, just need to edit the page boundaries a little tighter. I have to be off to work so I don't have much time to critique. I'm sure Triverse will set you straight there. Again, it's good to have another scanner onboard.
  12. Thanks, crookedmouth. I'm glad to see some more of these be uploaded. You have a good reason to be proud of your editing. The double-page art is nearly seamless most of the time.
  13. I notice you have the Sept/Oct 1992 issue. I would really be thankful if you could scan pages 55 and 56 in 1440 width so we can have a complete 6th issue. Might be a good start to gauge your scanning and provide you any tips, also.
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