(Topic ID: 298840)

Lack of Artwork? - TNA

By MtnFrost

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

I stumbled upon Total Nuclear Annihilation at Lyons Pinball, fun machine from a manufacturer I haven't really been following. That said, anyone else feel the complete lack of art on the playfield? I mean, the translite wasn't really much better, but I was surprised a good machine had such an obvious oversight?

#2 3 months ago

Artwork is a subjective thing. I think the artwork is great and fits the theme and era. Very tasteful artwork in my view, but to each their own of course.

#3 3 months ago

Don't look at the playfield as just the paint - look at the integration with the lightshow and the lighting effects. Sometimes less is more.

#4 3 months ago

It's very abstract

3 weeks later
#5 82 days ago
Quoted from zacaj:

It's very abstract

Yes. I prefer quality artwork on the playfield, like Fathom, or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, as two examples. I hate the photoshop heads on modern Sterns. But even those are better than the blank canvas on TNA. I hear about the lights, so again, just my opinion.

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