Custom-created art for a Visual Pinball project (the end result being a finished playable game) as a fanservice to Britain's favourite claymation duo. Intended as much as possible to resemble a 'real' pinball whiteboard, complete with 'holes' drilled in for the switches, targets, posts, GI lighting and mechanics. Some initial pencilwork, but produced mostly in Photoshop.
Because of the size and detail encompassed in a real pinball playfield - good pinball art often resembles a medium-sized mural - there's just no way you're going to appreciate all the detail without zooming in. The nature of the beast also means it won't reduce any further without losing all the impact. This may be a large image (about 1.1Mb), but the full-resolution 'printsize' version is *even bigger* (2048x4096). Be patient, Wallace & Gromit fans, it'll be worth it.