Atlantis, pinball shark's photo.
1935 Chicago Coin Rapid Transit, among the earliest examples of prewar pinball habitrails.
Anything new you can follow here. Wont be long now untill a “real” full blown finished KB game is presentable
Thank you for that link, amazing project. Love the look of the playfield, will keep an eye on that page for more close ups of it. I'm guessing you're "Mr. Ink" mentioned in the posts.
50th birthday of Grenoble Olympic Games. This french pin reach the market the same year and was named from the mascot of theses games: SCHUSS
My favorite pictures of pinball are of the people.
Also, I love pictures, but I can't blend my picture taking and enjoying the experience. I like to take a picture or two, but like this one someone else took of me at arcade expo. With another guy. A cool guy from San Diego. I love this picture.
Had to post this, she turned 11 today *and* took the house high score. I'm going to start putting her in tournaments. I think 30% is a reasonable manager's fee
really like those, that last one in particular - with the lights reflecting off the ball. looks good!
Found a few more in a folder.
The Rob Zombie poster next to the game is a limited print run I did from one of my concert shots while covering the Rob Zombie tour in 2016. It's 5 feet tall x 4 feet wide. I have a limited amount left of anyone wants to buy one. $125 + S&H in the USA.
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