Logo Editor System (1989)

As I mentioned in the B.L.D. post I created my logos with this Logo Editor System. It is a utility package that converts (packs) three color Art Studio pictures into SCC format logos and vice versa. Art Studio was a good tool to paint the logos, but it assigned inconsistent multicolor combinations to the pixels.

The L.E.S. was able to correct this issue and after the clean-up it compacted the logo discarding all empty 8x8 pixel sections. It created a character map to display the compacted character logo, and saved it along with the resulted character-set and the colors used in the logo. That was the SCC logo format. I wrote a nice read me file to both B.L.D. and the L.E.S.


  • Logo Editor System: This release contains the Big Logo Disk, the Logo Editor System, notes for both. (174 848 bytes)
All screen shots presented here contain the whole screen area (or even more), the borders are always included. Of course there're some border take-offs... Captured using CCS64 and its Use PAL Palette mode.

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I don't remember exactly when I had my first encounter with the Commodore 64, neither the day when I finished my first program on that machine. But I'm sure that some months later I was programming the 6510 processor in assembly and I was drawing logos and character sets to please my creative instincts.

A year ago (1999?) I ran into a C64 emulator for the PC, the shareware CCS64 of Per Håkan Sundell. While playing the old games like "Revs Simulator", "Katakis", "Le Mans" or "Archon" I realized that somewhere in a drawer I still had my Commodore floppy disks. I borrowed a 1541 II floppy drive and a serial cable and copied all the disks' content into D64 images.


Please note that these disk images are for personal use only. These .D64 files are not distributable by any channels without prior permission of the author.

To view my Commodore 64 products I highly recommend the shareware CCS64 emulator of Per Håkan Sundell. Of course, a real C64 is the best way to experience the touch of the late eighties, early nineties. Visit the CCS64 Home to get the installer.