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Studio/32

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Studio32.sit (2.31 MB)
MD5: 187a9af07bf4e57d9f2ffccb8eb7a4a9
For System 6.x - System 7.0 - 7.6
Emulation
This app works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

The True Color Professional Program, Studio/32 version 1.1

Luc [Barthelet] sold his company “Version Soft” and its high quality Paintworks product line [for the Apple IIgs] to EA in 1988, when Electronic Arts still had ambitions to be a leading artist tools company. [...] After building Studio 1, Studio 8 and Studio 32 for EA, Luc led the successful reverse engineering effort that established EA as a player on the Sega Genesis console market.
   - excerpt adapted from Luc Barthelet's biography on MobyGames.

For projects with artists, EA used its own early graphics software programs like Deluxe Paint (1985) and Studio/32 to create sprite graphics. I think before that time graphics were plotted as individual pixel points.
   - excerpt adapted from Mike Lopez on Quora.

There are 4 disk-images (all 800K) stuffed with DropStuff 5.
The Program disk contains the Studio/32 program and a folder called Tutorial.
The Help & Utility disk contains the program's help file, two Studio/32 utilities and a folder called Art.
The Art#1 disk contains two 32-bit images that show off Studio/32's versatility.
The Art#2 disk contains two more 32-bit images.

SERIAL CODE: 3006114368

See also: Studio/8, Studio/1

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Mac II or higher.
Apple System 6.0.5 (That's what it says in the smoky manual)

Tested running well in Mini vMac (Mac II) under Mac OS's 6.0.8 and 7.1, also tested running fine in Basilisk II (Mac OS 7.6.1).

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kcrmson's picture
by kcrmson - 2020, January 10 - 1:07am

And I literally just posted in the Studio/1 thread about this and how I've been looking for it forever. Thank you!

Mu0n's picture
by Mu0n - 2019, December 30 - 7:08pm

Studio/1 is the only one with animation features. Both Studio/8 and Studio/32 can't do it.

Jatoba's picture
by Jatoba - 2019, December 30 - 6:26pm

Can this do animation like Studio/1? Or is this limited to only painting/drawing like Studio/8? Does Studio/8 have any advantage whatsoever over this?

soudesune's picture
by soudesune - 2016, July 22 - 9:08pm

You are welcome, sir!

Kitchen2010's picture
by Kitchen2010 - 2016, July 20 - 8:21am

Thank you very much for this gem!