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Every one needs a extra life.

I've been playing with doing traditional character sprites in peyote stitch for beading. It's a pain due to the offset brick layout of peyote stitch, but it's my favorite technique.

Feel free to use this pattern, but please don't redistribute or sell it.
If you do use this or any of my other beading patterns, I'd love to see the results!

Any character you want a pattern for? Feel free to leave suggestions and I'll give it a shot when I have time.

Most of my peyote stitch patterns are set up in such a way that you can join them together if you want a massive multi-character cuff or belt or whatever.

Don't want to make your own? I take commissions. XD

Mario belongs to Nintendo
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It'sa me! Another Mario Sprite.

I've been playing with doing traditional character sprites in peyote stitch for beading. It's a pain due to the offset brick layout of peyote stitch, but it's my favorite technique.

Feel free to use this pattern, but please don't redistribute or sell it.
If you do use this or any of my other beading patterns, I'd love to see the results!

Any character you want a pattern for? Feel free to leave suggestions and I'll give it a shot when I have time.

Most of my peyote stitch patterns are set up in such a way that you can join them together if you want a massive multi-character cuff or belt or whatever.

Don't want to make your own? I take commissions. XD

Mario belongs to Nintendo
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Goodness, anybody else just love everything about this game? :la: In light of recent events, I've discovered that I need coasters for my new recreation room so I decided to combine two of my favorite activities; art and video games. Here we have the Super Mario Sunshine sprite surrounded by even more beads for a finished look. I'll be putting this in a resin square mold once I'm done with the set.

Bead artists of the day are the awesome Bgoodfinger and MaraVWGolf! This duo is beyond exceptional at their craft and frankly, they're an absolute pleasure to work with. I urge you to check them out and do what you lurkers do best! ;) 

I give my most awkward hugs to... (They're the same person!)

Enjoy! :heart:

Basics:

Bead Brand: Perler
Bead Count: 930
Board Count: 2 x 2
Date Taken: 9/27/2014
Colors Used: Tan, Black, Dark Blue, Turquoise, Pastel Yellow, Red, White, Cheddar, Pastel Green, Pastel Blue, Light Brown, Dark Brown, Hot Coral, Light Grey


Character (Mario) © Nintendo
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Long time no upload. >_<

So I know I said I'd turn this guy into a tutorial, but when I looked through the pieces I was like, "Ugh, I did that?" and I didn't want all those pictures in a tutorial, haha.

And the photos I took kind of sucked anyway, they were bad for making tutorials.

Anyway, so this is a walk through. How I made it is the same as I make any other sculpture, just different shapes, so my other tutorials like ([link]) show how my technique for sculpting stuff.

So I have holidays for the next two weeks, I hope I can upload some actual deviations. :D
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GLaDOS, the antagonist from the game Portal 2, is an artificial intelligence who, half-way through the game, is ripped out of her body and put into a small computer powered by a potato battery (potato + GLaDOS = PotatOS, in case you didn't get it).

I've been sitting on this model for some time now, over a year actually, and I've come to the conclusion that I just can't seem to muster the drive to finishing it. On the other hand though, I have already done most of the design work, and it'd be a shame to let it go to waste, so I've decided to post what's finished with a disclaimer:

THIS IS AN UN-TESTED MODEL.

From what I remember, I had already given it a first pass, but there will probably still be a few kinks, and any prospective builders will have to deal with them on the fly. If you do give it a try, feel free to share your experiences or others to learn from!

I had to do a lot of work on the textures and mapping, it seems like it was designed to only look good from a first-person perspective, as the back was a mess. I did my best to touch up the seams, but there are still some rough spots. If anyone is interested in trying their hand at it, I'll post the texture file.

The scale was a bit harder to figure out; the model relative to Chell is actually huge, at least half the length of her arm, and probably would have weighed a good 15lbs (~7Kg), where as a real potato is closer to 4" long and less than half a pound (~200g). I settled on something in between, largely for practicality's sake: 6.5" (16cm) wide X 8.5" (22cm) high X 4.5" (12cm) deep.



PDF of Pieces

PePaKuRa (PDO) Files




On a side note, where the hell are you supposed to post .PDO files? They have several categories for papercrafts, but none accept anything other than plain images... I've been having to throw them in one of the miscellaneous/tutorial categories...
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Patrón de Chibi!Hungría! Hecho especialmente para Nikki o3o~

Preview: [link]

EDIT: Resized
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Here's a little sneak peak of how I'm doing pixel arts :)

I'm using Adobe Photoshop CS5.5

Enjoy.
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Spider-Man aka Peter Parker from Marvel Comics in Cubee form!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed!!).
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My Custom Cubeecraft / Papercraft Cutout template of a Raving Rabbid (Version 3). Based on the Rayman Raving Rabbids Nintendo Game.

An illustration of this Cubeecraft of how it will look when put togerther can be found here [link]

I also have some more Cubee Versions of Raving Rabbids here

Raving Rabbid Cubee (Version 1) [link]

Raving Rabbid Cubee (Version 2) [link]


Rayman Raving Rabbids (c) Nintendo & (c) UbiSoft
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My Custom Cubeecraft / Papercraft Cutout template of a Raving Rabbid (Version 2). Based on the Rayman Raving Rabbids Nintendo Game.

An illustration of this Cubeecraft of how it will look when put togerther can be found here [link]

I also have some more Cubee Versions of Raving Rabbids here

Raving Rabbid Cubee (Version 1) [link]

Raving Rabbid Cubee (Version 3) [link]


Rayman Raving Rabbids (c) Nintendo & (c) UbiSoft
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