Posts Tagged ‘ Street Fighter ’

Street Fighter II DJ Remix – Skratch Bastid


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Watch this Street Fighter II DJ scratch routine remix by Skratch Bastid.

Bao Nguyen’s Street Fighter Animations.


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Sacramento animator/artist Bao Nguyen seems to have quite the fascination with digital Art Direction.  His collections consist of logos, movie credits, and 3-Dimensional graphic design.  His latest display however is a group of ‘Street Fighter’ based icons and image from the world famous Capcom title.  Check the method below.

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Street Fighter Motion Sculptures | 2013


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For Dan the Ad Man – an Ireland-based video director and art director — the desire to learn CINEMA 4D and Vray in his spare time lead to an inventive, pop-culture influenced dimensional short film. Building on the characters within the iconic Street Fighter 2 video game, Dan was able to render dimensional executions of each character into a video that is set to sampled Capcom’s Street Fighter 2 in-game sound effects. Blending his personal passion in the world of 4D graphics with the nostalgia of one of his favorite video games, the Street Fighter Motion Sculptures video renderings represent the colors, moves and shapes of a variety of the game’s characters.

Street Fighter Characters By Doe


Stunning Street fighter characters artwork by Doe. Doe is a Toronto, Ontario based artist. The original Street Fighter made its debut in the arcades in 1987. It was designed by Takashi Nishiyama and Hiroshi Matsumoto.

The 1967 Camaro StreetFighter.


Classic cars have always been a source of mysticism and awe for me.  Its just baffling that vehicles in the late 60’s and early 70’s can blow some of the most technologically advanced racers of the current times out of water.  The power of classic American muscle cars is truly something to be marveled at, and the pictures I found of a 1967 Camaro “StreetFighter” just remind me of that.  Unfortunately I couldn’t find any information about the owner of said car, or the specific modifications made to the car, but the pictures are quite impressive none the less.