My parents found one of the books I read when I started programming:
When I saw the cover I recognized it as one of the books that made a deep impression on me. It explains what sprites are and how to make them on the Commodore 64. So I took it home and when I browsed through it, there was a real treat for me: One of my early graphic designs:
The page you are looking at, is a grid where you can draw pixels and then calculate the bits and bytes that make up the sprite. I remember the large number of sheets that I copied with this raster on it. Always ready to draw a masterpiece! :-)
I made this ghost sprite in 1985 or 1986 when I was 13. It’s nice to have a window that allows you to look back in time!