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A blog on motorcycle riding, mechanics and travel.
Blog Added: October 30, 2016 09:27:23 PM
Audience Rating: General Audience
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Blog Country: Canada   Canada
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Tiger Motorcycle Pixel Art

My son came up with this pixel art 8-bit image of the two of us on the Tiger.  I'd asked him for something I could use as the icon on the website (they appear in the tab at the top of the browser).I did a bit of beveling on it in Photoshop and then cropped and reshaped it into a square image under 100kb (requirements for an icon).The end result looks pretty good, I think.  If you're reading this on a browser with tabs, you should see Max's 8-bit art at the top.  From the...

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A Perfect Ride

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Smart Helmets

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Motorcycle 360 Photography and Digital Art

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Weights and Measures

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