Disk 116 (May 1989) :

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Name Size Date Type
AmyToday10.1 22584 1989-04-16 Text [Original]
AmyToday10.2 23257 1989-04-23 Text [Original]
AmyToday10.3 28070 1989-05-06 Text [Original]
beetlejuice 97290 1989-04-18 Image [Original]
DRAIN 115554 2011-11-14 Image [Original]
DrainReadMe 385 1986-11-06 Text [Original]
Execute.Me 360 1989-04-16 Text [Original]
Happy-Guy.anim 256272 1986-11-06
HappyGuyReadMe 834 1986-11-06 Text [Original]
ilbm.h 730 1986-11-06 Text [Original]
loadpic 12824 1986-11-06
loadpic.c 7335 1986-11-06 Text [Original]
more 4240 1986-11-06
NewMOVIE 84580 1986-11-06
types.h 142 1986-11-06 Text [Original]


     "Drain" was the second place winner in the recent AMIEXPO contest in
Los Angeles.   It was created by Stephen Menzies with an Amiga 2000, 3 
Megs of RAM, Turbo Silver, Diamond, and Terrain Generator.  The category
entered was 3D drawings.  For more information, take a look at the Vol. 4,
Num. 4 of AMAZING COMPUTING.  Enjoy!

Bill Bowers
Memphis Amiga Group   


      Happy Guy Anim is great animation produced by Steve Segal.  For a full
discription of how he produced it, borrow a copy of the premiere issue of
Antic's Amiga+ Plus Magazine ( May 1989 ).  The purpose of this note is to
give some information on how to run this very large animation.  This anim
is so large that some special instructions are needed for those of you, like
most of us, who have only a 512k Amiga and an external drive.   Of course,
you can run HappyGuy.anim from CLI but, to run it from an icon you must 
click the HappyGuy.anim icon and drag it outside of the main window.  Then,
close the main window and then double click HappyGuy.anim icon and you see
one of the best animations ever for the Amiga.  Enjoy!

Bill Bowers
Memphis Amiga Group

Be sure to call the Duck Pond at 761-3729.