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Very clever use of crash discovering your story. Nice Charles Z
You followed my suggestion to make a cameo of Crash Bandicoot in The Adventures of Montgomery Thump and Timbuk too. Great. Can´t wait to see more.
Good to see Crash back in the blog, and I'm also looking for the next chapter of Montgomery Thump and Timbuk, the last one was a little short, I hope the next one will be longer.Also: Do you designed the sommersault for the ND Crash games?
Gabriele, I worked out the spin on Crash but not the somersault. David, great minds think alike as they say. I was looking for a way to bring Crash into this and your suggestion helped to motivate me in that direction.Thank you Hunter H for your comments.Next chapter coming up tomorrow.
Brilliant - now Crash himself is following Thump. Just like us. Looks like the French eyes has got a new fan!
Dear Charles Zembillas,I have seen a concept art of crash team racing that kept me wondering for a long time, and I hope it's okay If I ask you about it. :)So, this is that art: http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111114155119/crashban/images/9/9d/Triviactr1.jpgFirst of all, was he called Trippo or Fasty? Or something else?Then, a rumor out there is that he was actually modeled, and can be found in the japanese CD's data.Was he a boss?Finally, why was he cut?If you can tell me a few things about him, that would be great. :) I've just launched a Crash Bandicoot fansite (www.crashmagnum.tk), and I'd like to fill it with some REAL informations.Please reply, and thank you so much! :)
Hi Omni.The character art you linked to is by Bob Rafei. Looks like it was done around the time he was a student with me in the late 90s. I don't know what the character's name is. I wasn't involved with this project while it was being developed at ND. Sorry, that's about all I have to offer as far as what I know.I wish you good luck with the new Crash site you're developing! Thanks for checking in and looking forward to its progress.
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