A new release for Commodore AmigaCD32 by Eric Hogan. With over 80 of Eric W Schwartz’s finest works, from the late 1980s through to the early 2010s! Including many short cartoons, looping animations, tutorials and even an image browser. Eric W. Schwartz is a legend in the Commodore Amiga community. Amy the Squirrel is the oldest character developed by Eric. Used in his original Amiga animations, she became known as the “unofficial mascot” of Amiga in 1992. There were many great Amiga artists but Eric was really the only one consistently making very funny, traditional style animations. His humor and drawing style is loved by many Commodore Amiga fans. These days Eric still appears to be working as a freelance artist/illustrator, and Sabrina became the mascot-logo for the AROS/AmigaX86 platform.


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