Final Fantasy 1 Perler stairwell wall

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I finally got around to taking pictures, editing, tagging, and posting my completed Final Fantasy project, and here are the results. =)

Represented are every monster, boss, and hero from Final Fantasy 1 ascending the stairs to my bedroom (185 pieces in total). I estimate it took about 200 hours of work from start to finish over a 16 month period. I didn’t know what I was getting into when I started, but I stuck with it and finished it new years eve 2014.

I have two new big projects for 2015, including a WrestleMania set and 22k bead bucket mural, so I’m not done with this blog by a long shot. Stay tuned.

–Danthol

 

10 thoughts on “Final Fantasy 1 Perler stairwell wall

  1. Daniel

    I’ve been following you for quite some time and I was very excited to see your finished work. Just one word to say, WOW! Keep up the great work!

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  2. Angela

    As someone who also does perler art, I gotta say that your dedication is amazing and those look awesome. Great job!! And you have a cute kitty!

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  3. ravvenesque

    Wow. That is impressive work/art/Perler-ing! I too love Perlers and have finally found your amazing website. I am a big fan of your stuff! Keep on Perler-ing!

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  4. Victoria

    What kind of paper do you use to iron your creations? Ive seen it come with the peg boards at michaels, but is there a roll for it like there is for illuminum foil?

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  6. Thoriumplated

    Love your site! Wondering what you used for hanging your creation on the wall. I was thinking of using the command strip double sided pads. Not sure what else would keep the walls from getting damaged.

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  7. Justin

    Hey, I’m doing my own kind of ff art and I need a little help with the hydra Wondering if I could get the close up of the hydra itself. BTW I really love these works, they’re my favorite

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