If there is a game that is really loved by the most famous plumber in the world, it is Super Mario 64, which offered different worlds in 3D through some paintings. Many years have passed since its premiere and it seems that it is still well remembered by fans, to such an extent that one of them wanted to recreate one of the paintings in real size.
Would you like to have this painting in your home?
As you may remember, this popular Mario installment was originally released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64, setting an example of how to make a 3D game and laying the groundwork for virtually all of those that came after.
Thanks to this, and its tremendous popularity, a fan decided to make a beautiful recreation of the Bob-omb Battlefield painting that allowed you to move to the first level of the game, so we share the process of its creation below.
Here you can see it:
As you can see, this work was done by the talented fan Jamie Jo (on her YouTube channel BananaJamana), who put on Mario’s popular red cap to show all her talent and show her painting step by step.
“I’ve been so excited to show you this Super Mario 64 painting of Bob-omb Batterfield that I did based on the one in the game. The original is much more pixelated, so it was challenging but a lot of fun to do,” said Jamie Jo.
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We will remain pending to know what other works this talented fan does to share them with you.
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