(Topic ID: 293699)

ooops, i did it again!!!

By darden78

5 months ago


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#1 5 months ago

after doing my first work last year with the hokutonoken pinball Rollergames retheme


i (quite) finished my new project...
...a LUPIN pinball Diner retheme,
hope you like it...

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#2 5 months ago

That’s awesome!

#3 5 months ago

Awesome work...

#4 5 months ago

Wow. Incredible! That looks and sounds awesome. Great job.

#5 5 months ago

Wow.

#6 5 months ago

Looks amazing! Great work

#7 5 months ago

These both look great

#8 5 months ago

Wow amazing work. I really think Initial D would be a good retheme project as well.

#10 5 months ago

Very nice. I am not familiar with Lupin but the machine looks amazing and it will definitely be unique.

#11 5 months ago

Do you have and images of how you made this? Id really like to know you had the plastics done and the inlays on the apron. Looks all top notch, manga collectors would be drooling for this.

#12 5 months ago

Incredible

#13 5 months ago

Looks fantastic and very professionally made. Did you recode the rules also, any video of game play you could share?

#14 5 months ago

Thought I was going to find a Britney Spears pinball.
Glad that was not the case.

#15 5 months ago

Badass!

#16 5 months ago

Absolutely impressed!

#17 5 months ago

Is this theme roughly based on the Netflix show "Lupin" from France? Or completely different?

#18 5 months ago
Quoted from Alan_L:

Is this theme roughly based on the Netflix show "Lupin" from France? Or completely different?

I'm not familiar with Lupin the 3rd, but just based on the art style it has to be a Japanese manga/anime of some kind.

#19 5 months ago

I see things like this and realize I have little to no drive or talent... Nice work

#20 5 months ago

Wow that looks great.

#21 5 months ago
Quoted from Kkuoppamaki:

Looks fantastic and very professionally made. Did you recode the rules also, any video of game play you could share?

no, i just used a pinsound for audio and still to do video part but rules are the same of diner

#22 5 months ago
Quoted from trueno92:

Do you have and images of how you made this? Id really like to know you had the plastics done and the inlays on the apron. Looks all top notch, manga collectors would be drooling for this.

i did quite everything by myself, i have a little 40w laser cut and with it i cut plastics, about apron i draw the design and the shape to laser cut with fiber laser

#23 5 months ago
Quoted from Alan_L:

Is this theme roughly based on the Netflix show "Lupin" from France? Or completely different?

no, this is based on manga/cartoon lupin the 3rd

#24 5 months ago
Quoted from darden78:

no, this is based on manga/cartoon lupin the 3rd

Yes.

If you remember back in the day, there was also a laser disc arcade game, similar to Dragon's Lair, based on this character. It was called Cliffhanger. It used footage from a Lupin III movie or movies.

#25 5 months ago
Quoted from action76:

Yes.
If you remember back in the day, there was also a laser disc arcade game, similar to Dragon's Lair, based on this character. It was called Cliffhanger. It used footage from a Lupin III movie or movies.

yes, i remember it very well and this is exactly the manga i was speaking about

#26 5 months ago

Very cool

Great theme!
I was expecting Brittany but Lupin will do.

#27 5 months ago
Quoted from darden78:

i did quite everything by myself, i have a little 40w laser cut and with it i cut plastics, about apron i draw the design and the shape to laser cut with fiber laser

Wow. Incredible work. Find a cheap NASCAR and make Initial d, please!!! Sega has all the art! All the toys you can put on the pf! Dmd cartoons!!

Just not too much EUROBEAT!!

#28 5 months ago

Fantastic job!! What a great retheme.....

#29 5 months ago
Quoted from trueno92:

Wow. Incredible work. Find a cheap NASCAR and make Initial d, please!!! Sega has all the art! All the toys you can put on the pf! Dmd cartoons!!
Just not too much EUROBEAT!!

i'm sorry man but i don't really know what initial d is.
Here in italy it's not so famous

#30 5 months ago
Quoted from darden78:

i'm sorry man but i don't really know what initial d is.
Here in italy it's not so famous

Did you say, Italy!?

Ok eurobeat may be your thing!

#31 5 months ago

TALENTED!

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#32 4 months ago
Quoted from darden78:

i did quite everything by myself, i have a little 40w laser cut and with it i cut plastics, about apron i draw the design and the shape to laser cut with fiber laser

Hey Darden - would you share more information about the laser cutter that you used? Everything looks really great!

Thanks!!

#33 4 months ago
Quoted from blueman01:

Hey Darden - would you share more information about the laser cutter that you used? Everything looks really great!
Thanks!!

Most hobbyists are using generic Chinese 40W laser cutters because there are a few shareware software programs that run them very well and the software is basically what lets the Chinese product down. The shareware is all in good English unlike the crap software provided with most of them. Usually the machines themselves are pretty solid and excellent value for money.

Goggle "K40 laser" and you will find a heap of stuff including YouTube videos how to do it all.

UPDATE:

I just Googled and got this:

K40 laser
“K40” is a moniker for an affordable laser cutter that goes for about $300 to $400. ... These desktop machines can be modded to cut anything from wood to acrylic, and they're a great introduction to the laser-cutting world (assuming you're ready to tinker)

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#34 67 days ago
Quoted from blueman01:

Hey Darden - would you share more information about the laser cutter that you used? Everything looks really great!
Thanks!!

k40 is exactely the one i used

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