Knightmare the TV series Artist David Rowe

Knightmare the TV series Artist David Rowe

  David Rowe Interview by Peter Ward Many of the artworks that he produced during the Eighties and Nineties for Computer Games, Magazines, Books and Television have been digitised at high resolution for sale as high quality giclée prints. Clients include: Broadsword Television, Anglia TV (Knightmare, Satellite Game, TimeBusters ,Electronic Arts, Bullfrog, Psygnosis, Beyond Software, Neo, Quicksilva, Melbourne House, Firebird, Virgin Games, Thalamus, Addison Wesley, Interface Publications, Argus Books, Computer and Video Games, Future Publishing.           Hello and Welcome to RGM its an honour to interview such…

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Box Art Documentary Rob McCallum

Box Art Documentary Rob McCallum

Click here to support Interview By Peter Ward Pete: “Welcome to Retro Gamesmaster thank you for sparing time from your busy schedule.  Let’s get this interview underway”   Pete:”What inspired you to make a retro gaming Documentary?” Rob: Having made “Nintendo Quest” (NintendoQuest.com) I wasn’t sure if there was going to be a really good reason to return to retro gaming as a documentary. Retro is only part of the video game universe and as time goes on, what we consider retro today will only grow to include contemporary offerings….

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Bob Wakelin

Bob Wakelin

What did you want to do when you were at school for a career and what was your first job? * The first thing I wanted to be was be a Palaeontologist, because all young boys love dinosaurs, then I got a telescope for Christmas and decided I wanted to be an Astronomer. Eventually I realised I was pretty good at drawing things exploding and crashing and decided I’d be an artist. I went to art school for three years and after six months’ unemployment got a job in Liverpool…

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