Friday, November 1, 2013

Frilly Girly Sprite Patterns and One of an Impractically Dressed Ninja

Hello! I don't have any good reason to do a blog post today, other than that I feel like doing one and think that the internet will hold out for me for the amount of time that it will take to do this post. It's not going to be a very special post, since it's just a round of three sprite patterns that I drew from my jar, but, as I already drew them and know what is to be posted, I think that it'll be interesting!

The first pattern for today is a bit different from most of my sprite patterns in that it's actually a Pokemon! I got a request for a set of them from a reader last month, and as every Pokemon on her list was pretty much shaped like a person, I thought that it would be fun to see if I could make them without screwing up too badly. Today's pattern is of Lilligant, which is one of my favorite Pokemon because I tend to like flowery and girly rubbish. I'm not sure that this is the most impressive of the Pokemon patterns that are currently in my jar, but it is one of the ones that I like best, even though it will take a ton of different greens to stitch her properly. I think that she came out really well, though, and hope that you guys like her, too.
The second pattern for today, which is quite different from the first, is of Taki from Soul Calibur. (Actually, this could be her outfit from the PS1 game, Soul Blade, but I don't remember or actually care.) This pattern was actually a huge pain to make, as her ninja outfit is very detailed in it impracticality. I feel like, if you're going to be a ninja with a face mask, maybe the cleavage is important to cover, too, but I suppose I am not thinking with fighting game logic. Anyway, I do not actually play as Taki, so for those of you that do, that is why I left out whatever small detail or another that you guys are looking at and wondering why it is not there. I might make one of her alternate outfits at some point, like I did for some of the other characters, but I thought that this pattern was cool enough to be sufficient.
Today's final pattern is yet another Cardcaptor Sakura, which got saved for last because I felt like sandwiching the ninja between the two fluffier and frillier patterns. This is one of the Sakura patterns that I like best, but it's a pretty ordinary outfit, so I can see where it could also be sort of boring.

I am done with blogging for today, but I should be posting something again soon! I've been e-mailed a lot of cool stuff that I am going to eventually do a post on, and I have a lot more patterns, too, so there is no lack of content about which to post. Until then, have a nice weekend and a good start to November!

5 comments:

  1. I was just wondering if you could make or had already made a Seifer pattern from FFVIII? I would really like to have both him and Squall together. :)

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    1. Hello, and thanks for the comment! I can make Seifer, and he will probably be accompanied by Rajin and Fujin (if I spelled their names correctly). I haven't done any of the dream world characters or Sorceress Edea yet, either, so I'm behind on my Final Fantasy VIII patterns, and my Chrono Cross set, too, not to mention the fact that I haven't even started on IX. Either way, I really like making characters from RPGs, so that is not a problem.

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  2. I was wondering if you can have a twelve days of Christmas as a countdown with 12 patterns on one day, 11 the next, 10 the next and etc. It would be really awesome :D

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