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Sonic Blast box art cover
By avatar a-beast-of-art 39 on December 29th, 2008
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a-beast-of-art 39 [ 8 years ago ]

Ok, this is my first retro box, and I think it came out pretty good. I will probably make a back if this gets enough attention. Credit to sonic art archive for art/logos, and credit to vgba simple needs for ka logo/temp.I don't know who made them. Enjoy!

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Cerium 43 [ 8 years ago ]

Not bad but Tails and Amy are obviously different art styles from everyone else. You used ESRB on a PAL template, there is no need for the Sega logo in the bottomc corner and the spine is pretty pointless unless you have a back.

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crazyjp 33 [ 8 years ago ]

Yeah,I agree with cerium. Maybe get different renders of Tails and Amy or fix them up so they look like sonic and the birds.
It's a pretty sweet box overall :)

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Skyrunner 33 [ 8 years ago ]

I like this a lot. Make a back please.

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Sonic the Hedgehog 37 [ 8 years ago ]

#4, i agree =D please make a back!

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a-beast-of-art 39 [ 8 years ago ]

#4-5, How about, if this gets 9 comments and 5 favs, I make a back?

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tleeart 44 [ 8 years ago ]

#6, One more comment and one more fav. I like the look and feel of this quite a bit. I do agree with Cerium on how the Amy and Tails are different model styles. I would try and smooth out the polygons on the renders so they are smooth as Sonic. Lemme know if you would like any help on that, just PM me.

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Drakxxx 46 [ 8 years ago ]

Lets see a back, this is looking pretty good so far!

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a-beast-of-art 39 [ 8 years ago ]

Ok, seeing as people are wanting a back, I guess I'll start making one.

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a-beast-of-art 39 [ 8 years ago ]

Updated with a back.

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Cerium 43 [ 8 years ago ]

Dude what do you want this game to be exactly?
Sonic Blast was a game released for Sega Game Gear in 1996
Yet you've used a description and screenshots from Sonic 3D Blast which was released on the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and the Sega Saturn. I think you're confused about what game you are making a box for here. Also, the back background is incredibly boring (even for a Saturn box) and you spelt Attitude wrong. I'd start the back over if I was you and dont rush it this time. Also you've used the European rating system on the back yet you STILL have a ESRB logo on the front. I mentioned about that in my first comment yet you obviously haven't taken any notice or you cant be bothered to change it.

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a-beast-of-art 39 [ 8 years ago ]

#11, is it just me, or are you really nit picking this? I was un aware of Sonic Blast/Sonic 3D Blast being different games. It is such a small difference in titles, I didn't think it could possibly be a different game. I am not familiar with the European rating system, so I had no idea what to put on the front (I don't know if the European system has retro ratings like the U.S. system. Also, it's not my fault that my elementary school had a crappy spelling program. I still can't spell worth crap. I apreciate you critiquing it, but it just seems like nitpicking.Also, I am very happy with the layout on the back, and I did not rush it. This is the 2nd layout I tried.

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Cerium 43 [ 8 years ago ]

#12 Well if your gonna start a box project on a game you aren't familiar with, maybe do some research first? Thats what I do when starting a new box. And thats fair enough if you dont know the difference between European and American ratings. But thats why I am pointing them out to you, so you can correct them! Thats what Constructive Criticism is right? So now you know the ESRB is not meant to be there, you can correct your mistakes and amend them :)
You can also change it to the correct logo and change it to the correct spelling of Attitude.

Also this isn't really Sonic's first 3D adventure as the Saturn title Sonic Jam had a "Sonic World" part to it which let you free-roam around in a huge 3D environment, which later became the prototype for Sonic Adventure. However I suppose just 3D parts of a game doesn't really count as a whole 'Adventure' itself, so theoritically Sonic 3D Blast would be the first 3D adventure in terms of a stand-alone game :)

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