Bart Simpson

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Sarah
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Bart Simpson

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Just watched some of Simon Jonassen's impressive videos on youtube and was curious about the neat Bart Simpson graphic seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99Emr08Vm7A

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Is there a download of this pic available somewhere please?

Or maybe other cool items of Pop Art in Dragon/CoCo 2 format?

Thanks! :)
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Maybe we could have a gallery of images in different screen modes.
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The thing that instantly came to mind was that CoCo program that drew a strange american comic book character (MAD?).

But as you said "pop art", I quickly took to google and the gimp for this ;)
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Haha, nicely done. Thank you.

I visited MoMA back in the noughties, maybe I'd have seen Roy Lichtenstein's original there!
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Sarah wrote: Thu Jun 25, 2020 7:10 am
Image

Is there a download of this pic available somewhere please?
Just found this file...
It loads in coco2 (xroar)
type DIR to see the bart pic.
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Excellent. Thank you! :D
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Here's the data from that bart.asm file in a simple CLOAD/RUN cassette.
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