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Happy 10th Anniversary Wii!

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Decided to upload this art to celebrate the day the Wii launches in North America back in 2006 of November. Took me under 3 weeks as far as I can think of.

Leave a comment of your memory of how you got your first Wii console? Made in Gimp and Irfanview while using image references from the internet. Wallpaper available in 1920x1080 resolution.

Spot the reference and enjoy!

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Out of what I could spot: Sonic and the Secret Rings (or whatever that one was called), Mariokart, Virus Buster (pretty sure that was from brain age..? ), Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and... is that Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword rather than Twilight Princess? :(
(Great picture regardless lol)

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Those virus are from Dr. Mario to be frank and I added reference from Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword. Good thing you point out many things on this picture. Thank you.

wow...so many work and detail. Mind if i spread it to a community outside of newgrounds? see if they like it or not its TOTALY ok if not i respect it but great freaking photo i wish i could draw like that

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Yeah I don't mind. Make sure you credit me though. ;)

All these MKWii elements... They're too much...

How you do dis? It looks amazing broski! Keep it up.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Thank you. I'm very familiarized with Gimps layout to make this art with time and effort due to knowing hotkeys. Gimp is almost the same I think of Photoshop (which I sadly don't have).

woot! even bomberman is there!

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Sucks that Hudsonsoft was ceased by Konami....

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