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Hang-On, Final Fantasy 2, and Super Mario Maker sprites.

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Here’s some of the random sprites I’ve made over the last few months. After my big Space Invaders piece, I took a little bit of a break. I’m about to wrap up the Super Mario Maker project, and am considering moving into Final Fantasy 2 for my next big project.

I’ll be pinning the Super Mario Maker sprites to the wall soon, and will post update pics. =)

More Super Mario Maker Perlers than you can shake a joystick at!

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Here’s the next batch of 40 or so of the Super Mario Maker Perlers. I’m two thirds done now. I’ll update with more pics once I get them on the wall with the others. I ironed all of these in one marathon session. I should’ve taken pictures or video. I will next time. with the final batch.

Can you name them all, or at least what other games they are from?

Merry Christmas!

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I got to decorate my tree this year with my favorite Christmas Perlers. I haven’t been able to have a tree for the last few years (small apartments), and was super stoked to show off my Christmas Beadsprites to friends and family.

Progress on the Super Mario Maker WiiU Perler Wall

 

I should have been posting these weekly, or at least not have waited so long to post anything on the page, but better late than never.

Here’s what I’ve been up to the last few weeks.

star_fox_perler_mario_makerHere we have the Amiibo costumes of the crew and ship from StarFox.animal_crossing_perler_mario_maker A few of the Animal Crossing costumes. (I wonder what angry song K.K. slider is singing).dr_mario_yoshi_perler_mario_maker Dr. Mario, Kart Mario, and some Yarn Yoshis.princess_peach_bowser_pit_samus_perler Bowser Jr, Waluigi, Pit, Princess, Bowser, and Zero Suit Samus.dk_donkey_kong_little_mac_shyguy_perler Diddy and Donkey Kong, Little Mac, Shellcreeper, Sidestepper , and a Shyguy.chibi_robo_splatoon_perler_mario_maker Question mark block, Toad, Dr. Lobe, Fit Trainer, Chibi Robo, and a Squid from Splatoon.king_dedede_toon_link_perler_mario_maker Majohng tile, King Dedede, Foreman Spike, Pikmen, Toon Link, and Mr Game and Watch.enemies_mario_maker_perler And finally some various enemies. mario_maker_perler_wallI project I am about half done with the project, and started putting them up on the wall. =)

Super Mario Maker Bullet Bill, Hammer Bros, and Piranha Plants.

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I’ve been continuing with more of the Super Mario Maker Perlers over the last few weeks. Next post will be a ton of the Amiibo costumes pieces, and then I will take a break and make some bigger stuff again. I only wish the big stuff was as easy to iron as these were!

More Super Mario Maker Amiibo Costume Perlers.

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Here’s the latest batch of Super Mario Maker pieces for the big project: Mario from the original Mario Bros, Mega Man, and Maker Mario Amiibo costumes, and a Thwomp. The next set of these will be mostly set pieces and enemies. I’m glad that I found another game with this many sprites that I want to make. The plan is still to get the total count to around 150-200ish so I can cover most of an entire wall in my kids room; my 9 year old son really loves this game. =)

 

Super Mario Maker Perler Art.

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My 9 year old absolutely loves the new WiiU game Super Mario Maker. For months before it came out, he obsessed about the details, and several times insisted that it was already out, and I should go and buy it RIGHT NOW! Alas, we had to wait until it was released to us mere mortals, and not play testers that have been posting unauthorized YouTube videos.

The game came with an interesting artbook in place of a traditional game manual that showcased some of the level creation ideas as well as new sprites they have added to the game, and of course, the latter inspired me to make the above beadsprites. You will be seeing a bunch more of them over the coming weeks/months, as I plan on having a large mural similar to my Final Fantasy wall. My favorite of this batch are the alternate koopa troopas, and for those of you asking what Pac-Man is doing there, yes, he is in the game. =)

Super Mario Kart Winners!

20150707_125409 20150707_125453I’ve been super busy with moving into my new house, and haven’t had a ton of time to keep up with beading, but I am getting back into the groove. It was heartbreaking to take all the Perler art off the walls and box it up. The Final Fantasy wall was only up for 6 months before it was removed and boxed up, and now with the new place, I don’t know where to put it all. I’m thinking that I will build all new stuff for the walls in my house, and here is the first set!

Super Mario Kart came out the summer of 1992, when I was about to become a Senior in high school, so I missed it when it first came out ( I was busy with a summer job and partying ). I picked it up a few years later, though, and thoroughly enjoyed it.

I didn’t notice until after I was done that I made a mistake in Yoshi’s hand, so I might make another one and use a lighter shade of green to match the Luigi. All eight were made in the race winning pose with the exception of Donkey Kong, because he is always a loser. =)

 

Excitebike Perler fridge magnet set.

20150326_181904It’s not often that you see the background objects of videogames featured in art projects. I liked that the game Excitebike included things like cameramen and pit-crews in along the track. I really like the hard green borders they have, too.

I’ve been working on a ton of fridge-magnets for the reddit gift exchange, and for another project to finally sell some of my art for the people who keep on asking. =) I’ll be updating the page soon with a whole series on magnet stuff soon.

 

Ironing tutorial for Perler Beads Donkey Kong and King Koopa.

Here is part 2 of the Donkey Kong and King Koopa.  You check out the guide to prepare them for ironing with the Masking Tape Method here. Let me know what you think of these videos in the comments. =)