Flyer images extracted as ppm directly from factory sources and converted to lossless png
Instruction cards – derived directly from factory sources. Vector tracing in InkScape and Illustrator. Coloring, assembly, and conversion to Flash in Illustrator. Includes shotmaps. Lots of detail here, so it can take a while to load and display. Associated coin cards also included.
Wheel image – logo extracted directly from the factory instruction card. Vector tracing in InkScape. Conversion to png in Illustrator.
Archive is too big to include the interim files. Contact me if anything is needed.
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