Monday, December 31, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 31: The Last of the Tekken Set

Hello! Today is the last day of December, so it is, by extension, the last day of Sprite Patterns December here at Dork Stitch! It may not have been my most productive month stitching-wise, but it was cool to post all of these patterns here again, and I hope that you guys liked some of them. I'm not very focused today, so the month isn't really going to end with a giant, amazing post, but I do have the final four patterns in my set of sprite patterns of the cast of the first Tekken game, featuring Paul, Michelle, Marshall, and Wang. If I did not get to your requests this month, that doesn't mean that I'm ignoring them, as I will still be posting lots of stuff in 2013. For now, though, I am posting these four patterns and heading off to do something else! Have a happy new year and a great 2013!




Sunday, December 30, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 30: More Doctor Who and a Ton of Stuff I've Stitched

Hello! I realize that a lot of you out there reading this would probably like to believe that, just because I sit around and watch five episodes of Doctor Who from 1968 on Netflix, that does not mean that I will make a set of patterns to correspond with those episodes. That would be a ridiculous thing to believe, though, as I have for you tonight three new cross stitch patterns featuring the second Doctor and two of his companions from The Mind Robber, a set of five episodes from 1968 that I watched on Netflix. Since they were the only episodes that I've seen with Patrick Troughton, I'm a little worried that I made his pattern look off, though it seems okay to me. I'm really happy with the matching patterns of Zoe and Jamie, the companions, however, and have to admit that my acquiring some black glitter floss to stitch Zoe's outfit with with may be the best part of these patterns. Since I saw these episodes in black and white, I did the patterns in black and white, mostly because I think that looks cool. If any of you would like a pattern of the second Doctor in color, though, let me know. I have one ready to go, plaid pants and all, for anyone who might want it.


With those posted, I have a few photos of some stitching I've been working on! I've had some technical difficulties since beginning this post, so I won't talk about any of these too much, but I'm glad to finally have them scanned! Here are some of the stitching projects I've been doing this month.
Here is the finished version of the needlepoint diskette I started during this month's IHSW. It was done on 7 count plastic canvas with some normal Red Heart yarn, for the black and white, and Lion Brand Bonbons (which I made the pattern for) for all of the color parts. In real life, this is really glittery, but on here, it looks more speckled than anything.
These are some of my sprites that I've cross stitched this month and are almost ready to be cut out, with the blank areas to serve as dozens of bases. The first row is Lumpy Space Princess from Adventure Time, stitched in satin floss, the Tom Baker Doctor Who, and Flame Princess, also from Adventure Time. The lonely sprite in the middle, which has some spiffy sparkling hair that doesn't show up here, is of Elizabeth from Persona, who was chosen solely for her ability to show off some Christmas gift specialty floss. The last row is just two My Little Ponies.
I also stitched Gogo from Kill Bill, but she was on a new sheet, so she gets her own image. I made the pattern ages ago, so it was cool to finally stitch her. Her weapon is made from the same embroidery floss as Elizabeth's hair, as seen above this.
This last photo is a project that I'm currently working on as I attempt to cross stitch one of my monochrome Zelda patterns (of Zelda firing an arrow) entirely in sparkly brown embroidery floss. It may not have been my brightest plan, but it's working out so far! I'm hoping that it starts to look like something soon, though. When I finish with the image of Princess Zelda, I think that I'm going to stitch a relatively simple border on it in copper, so I need to look at Antique Pattern Library and some places like that.

After all of that, I'm done for tonight, but tomorrow is the last day of Sprite Patterns December! Until then, have a nice day and good luck with your craft stuff!

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 29: More Naruto

Hello! I have done later posts than this, but I feel like tonight, I am running really late, so I only have one pattern. After this, I'm going to go off and do a new set of patterns for tomorrow, so I don't run out of time like this again, but for tonight, I have a filled pattern request featuring Neji from Naruto. Like with Tenten, the other day, this is an alternate outfit pattern featuring his clothes from Naruto Shippuden. I don't at all mind doing patterns like this, but, like with my other pattern of Neji, I had to add some backstitching around his creepy white eyes so that they'll actually show up when cross stitched. With perler beads, the color difference is a little more obvious, so it won't be as much of a problem with that craft, but with cross stitch, I think they'd be really difficult to see otherwise. With all of that being said, here is today's pattern!
With that posted, I am done, though, like I said before, I'm going to start on stuff for tomorrow right away. Sprite patterns December is almost done!

Friday, December 28, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 28: Shoyru

Hello! I might get my scanner out and do a separate post for stuff I've made later, but for now, here is a fairly obligatory post with a Neopets cross stitch pattern. This couldn't exist in game for NES, since there are too many colors and the size of it would flicker like wild, but this Shoyru could be on a title screen, maybe. The colors got a bit darker when I converted them to DMC, but if you cross stitched it on black fabric, it could still have a nice 8-bit look to it. Anyway, here is the pattern. Are there any other Neopets that you guys like? It would be fun to make patterns for more of them.
Like I said at the start, I might post some project photos later, but for now, this is it. I'll have some more normal small patterns tomorrow, at the very least.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 27: A Lot of Yapping and the Bear From Tekken

Hello! I'm using today's post as the next-to-the-last dumping ground for my set of sprite patterns from the first Tekken game, since I really want to get all of those posted by the end of the month. Before I actually get to posting my patterns, though, I have to ask, do any of the rest of you have Tekken Tag Tournament 2 for the Wii U? When I put the disc into the machine, it wants to do this big update, but I can't get it to actually download whatever this monstrosity of a file is without timing out. Do other games for the Wii U have this issue? Nintendo Land seems okay, and, to be fair, I can play and enjoy Tekken Tag without the update, as long as I just want to play offline. Plus, the further it gets from Christmas, I imagine that the update will take less and less time and frustration. I was just wondering if this sort of thing was common on the console, if others of you have played more games on it. It doesn't seem like much of a problem, as long as Nintendo's network isn't flooded- I was just curious.

Now that I'm done with all of that, I have today's patterns for you guys, though two out of the three are not of my favorite characters. Unless I'm on a rampage where I have to play through a fighting game's arcade or story mode as every character so that I can see all of the endings, I usually try to avoid the terrifyingly large guy who moves across the screen at a stunning speed of two pixels per second, which is, of course, the price one must pay if they want to kill their opponent by gently touching the middle of their forehead. In Tekken, there are characters like this, and some of them have ended up in today's post. The first of them, who I have no problem with, is Kuma, who is cool because he is a bear, which automatically made him a cool sprite to make and will make him cool to cross stitch, too. A giant bear will look really nifty alongside my other standees, so I plan to stitch him very soon. The other two patterns, however, are of Jack and Prototype Jack, who are slow, boring, and not ideal for sprite patterns. I think that both of them came out pretty well, though I will likely never make them, but for the sake of completing my set, here they are, alongside the aforementioned Kuma.


I think that I'm done posting for now, but tomorrow, alongside some new patterns, I plan to post some sort of image of stuff I've been working on! I'm working on stitching my sprite of Elizabeth from Persona now, since I could use the maximum amount of specialty flosses with her pattern, but I made a few others, too, so I'll take a photo of my sheet of plastic before I cut it to shreds. Have a good evening, and good luck with whatever crafts you're doing for the end of the year!

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 26: Naruto and Guilty Gear

Hello! I'm posting a little early today because I don't know if I will actually want to post here later. Now, however, I have two totally unrelated sprite patterns to post, so that should fulfill my goal for the day quite nicely! The first of the two patterns, featuring Tenten from Naruto, is a request. I know that I posted a pattern of her last December, but I was informed that in Naruto Shippuden, she had a different outfit, and alternate outfit sprites are fun to make. There will be another pattern to go with this one within the next couple of days, but for now, here is Tenten.
The second pattern, which features Anji from Guilty Gear, was not a request, but I got bored and made it one day and was very happy with how it came out. The giant fan and spiky hair probably make it unnecessarily complicated, but sometimes, patterns like that are fun to stitch. Plus, he could look really cool with some bright blue glitter floss, which I may or may not have.
This is it for today, but I'll be back tomorrow with more stuff! Have a good evening!

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 25: Merry Christmas From Two Doctors

Hello! Tonight's post is going to be really tiny, but as long as I get the patterns posted, I figure that it's okay if I'm not too chatty. Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate it, and for everyone reading, I hope you enjoy these two brand new sprite cross stitch patterns of the Matt Smith and Tom Baker variations of Doctor Who, so chosen for tonight because of the airing of the annual Doctor Who Christmas special! Both should be pretty straightforward to stitch, with the fourth Doctor being particularly good for using up scraps of floss, but I hope they're still fun to make. Here are the patterns!

For tonight, I am done, but I'll post again tomorrow! Until then, have a very nice night, and a great tomorrow, too!

Monday, December 24, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 24: Island Tribe

Hello! I am actually decently prepared for my next few days of blogging, so I'm doing my Christmas Eve post a little bit early. As I'm sure many of you expected, for today, I have two brand new cross stitch patterns of characters from the time-management game Island Tribe! Though I say that sarcastically, I know that at least one reader knew about this, since she requested them, but I'm not sure anyone else saw it coming. Until this weekend, I did not know what Island Tribe was, but, after I heard about it from Tama, I downloaded the first game in the series from iWin, which lets you play tons of casual games for free if you're willing to put up with their irritating and half-functional ads after every level. I then proceeded to spend a lot of time that I could have been spending stitching or working on patterns playing it, which was fairly enjoyable. In the end, however, I ended up with some sprite patterns of the game's generic male and female characters, so my goal was met!

Before I post these, I have a couple of things to say about the patterns, but neither really matters. First of all, since the characters in Island Tribe are small and round, I made these patterns shorter than the standard sprite patterns, to try and make them look more like they do in the game. The other thing is that, though the guy looks exactly the same in every game, the girl had quite a few different designs. I ended up going with one from Island Tribe 3, since she had a cute hat there, but since the differences aren't huge, it shouldn't matter too much. Here are today's new cross stitch patterns!

Now that I have those posted, I'm done for today, but I know what I'm posting tomorrow and am actually pretty excited about it! I have two different patterns of the same character to post, but, since he's the character most often requested as a sprite pattern, I don't imagine it'll be a problem. I'm off for now, but until my next post, have a Merry Christmas or a more general happy holiday season!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 23: Some King of Fighters (and Fatal Fury, if you want to get all technical) Stuff

Hello! Today's post is sort of a win-win for me, as I've fulfilled two sprite pattern requests, but have also made two new patterns of characters from SNK fighting games. One of them, Geese Howard, is a pretty popular character, at least as far as I can tell. It was a little bit difficult for me to choose which version of Geese I was going to make for this post, since there's the standard Geese, with the white top and red giant pants (I know there's a better term for them than that, but I like 'giant pants' as well as anything), the one with the weird yellow and red striped pants, and the one from Art of Fighting with the long hair and business attire. I ended up going with the white and red version of Geese, but I'll probably make the others in the future. It sounds ridiculous, I know, but I have over a dozen patterns for Athena, so it wouldn't be the least productive thing I'd ever done. Here is the pattern of Geese!
The second SNK fighter for tonight is Angel, a character that I have to admit I almost always forget about. I don't have much against her, though I have serious questions about her outfit. Since she was in King of Fighters 2001, though, which was a game that I didn't like that well and that came in a box with King of Fighters 2000, which is one of my favorites, I'm not sure that I've played as her more than a few times. Making her was a decent challenge, though, and I'm happy with how she ended up looking! The hair in the face looked weird at first, but I think I got it to work out, and it was interesting to try and find two blues that worked together well for her outfit, too. Making Angel's pattern really made me want to make one for May Lee, though, so I'll probably be subjecting you guys to that sometime in the near future. For now, though, here is Angel!
I feel like a lot of my post for tonight was really specific nerd gibberish, but since that happens a lot on here, I don't feel too bad about it. I'll be on a different topic tomorrow, with a couple more requested patterns, so I hope that it goes just as well! Until then, have a nice Christmas Eve and good luck with any of your last minute holiday preparations!

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 22: Oh My Glob

Hello! Soon, I need to get my scanner out so that I can show off some of the stuff I've been stitching, preferably tomorrow or the next day. I am typing that in the hopes that it will make me remember what I need to do, but, in all likelihood, it will not work. Regardless of that, however, I have a shiny new pattern for today, which can be made even shinier if you use shiny embroidery floss with which to cross stitch her! It features Lumpy Space Princess from Adventure Time, and, since I drew the pattern a while ago, I mentioned it earlier this month. I just finished stitching her, though, so now that I know it doesn't look weird and terrible when it's finished, I feel okay about posting the chart.

This pattern is kind of weird because I wanted it to match the Phantasy Star II style sprites, but, as Lumpy Space Princess is a big blob, it was a bit difficult to make that work out very well. I think that in the end, it came out decently, since I got the two pixel tall eyes to work, but in terms of scale, she might be a bit large. Despite the extra stitches that this incurs, however, she should be pretty fast to stitch, considering that she only requires three colors. I'm not sure that she's the most exciting sprite ever to stitch, but it's not that bad, either, so I hope that you guys like the pattern!
I am not entirely sure that I typed that post in English, and may have spent a lot of time as I typed it downloading books from Project Gutenberg, so I am done for now. I will hopefully be posting some cool stuff tomorrow, though, so until then, I hope you guys have a good Sunday!

Friday, December 21, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 21: More Thrilling Tekken Stuff

Hello, everyone! I am posting right now to ignore the fact that one of my brothers is watching Warped Roadies! I will not be very successful about it, because I'm really tired and don't have a lot to say, but I do have three new patterns in my set that encompasses every character from the first Tekken game. I wasn't sure who to post tonight, but earlier today, I formatted the charts for Anna, Nina, and, everyone's favorite, Ganryu. I've actually posted patterns of Anna and Nina before, but those were from Tekken 3, which had them looking pretty different. (I realize this sounds insane, but it is true.) For today's charts, I'm pretty happy with how Anna's dress came out, even though it ended up being a little bit elaborate for a sprite pattern. That should make it fun to stitch, though, so I will probably make her soon. Regardless of all that, though, here are  today's three new cross stitch patterns!


I'm done with this blog for today, but, oddly enough, I actually know what I'm going to post tomorrow! It's a non-standard sprite pattern, so I wanted to see how she stitched up before I put the chart I made on the computer, but I finished making her tonight with some spiffy purple satin floss, so I'll have it ready to go tomorrow evening! Until then, have a good evening and start your weekend well!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 20: The Ikea Monkey

Hello! Today's pattern would be a single frame sprite if you put it in a video game, maybe as a dialogue box portrait or something like that, but as far as this blog goes, it is the single biggest pattern to get posted during sprite patterns December. This may not be a positive for every reader, but, as the pattern is of internet sensation Darwin the Ikea Monkey, that may make things a bit easier. I wasn't sure how I was doing with this pattern, but it was requested by my sister, and she seemed to like it, so that seemed like as good an indicator as any that it was okay.

Although this pattern is pretty big compared to the stuff I've been posting recently, as far as my portrait patterns go, it is not too intense. The Ikea Monkey is 69x55 stitches, most of which are his puffy coat, with a blank background around the top. I also used mostly pinks, blues, and purples for this, mostly because I thought it looked nice. However, if you'd like more realistic monkey colors, it should be fairly easy to edit the listed floss colors to your liking. Rather than come up with more rubbish to type, I will just post the pattern now!
With that, I'm done for today, since I need to give my computer a rest for a while. At some point tomorrow, however, I'll be back with some new patterns for everyone! Until then, have a good evening, and, if you are also in the path of a winter storm, good luck with your weather!

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 19: More Golf Princesses

Hello! Tonight, I officially got my fifth substitute teaching job of the week lined up, meaning that I am working every school day on the week before Christmas. This seems a bit loopy to me, but I don't mind that I'm getting so much work, so I am not at all going to complain about it. Because of this, however, I am just finishing up my set of cross stitch patterns of the girls from Pangya in their fairy tale dresses. I promised that tonight's fairy tale characters would be pretty recognizable, so, to finish things off here, I have Hana dressed like Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, and Arin dressed as Snow White. I've actually stitched the Arin one, and it went pretty well, aside from an unfortunate needle vs. thumb incident that occurred as I stitched her hair bow. That has nothing to do with the pattern, though, so I can vouch for the fact that it comes out decently! Anyway, here are today's patterns.


I have to go and sub for a junior high science class tomorrow, so, in order to give myself time to mentally prepare, I am declaring myself done for now. I'll be back tomorrow, though, with some sort of new cross stitch pattern! Have a good evening!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 18: Guilty Gear X2

Hello! I am watching the season finale of The Voice and posting as I watch, because I'm starting to get so tired that I feel like falling asleep, even with an interesting TV show in front of me. Today has actually been a little more productive for me than I expected it to be, since I finally got King of Fighters Android working on my Kindle, which really can't end well for my cross stitching. I limited my play time for today, though, did an okay amount of needlepoint and cross stitching, and am now here to post two sprite patterns of characters from Guilty Gear X2. There is no logic behind the characters I am posting other than that I thought they looked cool, so here are some tiny versions of I-No and Slayer. They may not be as high-res as the Arc System Works sprites, but I can say from experience that these will be a lot faster to cross stitch.


I am still tired, so I am done posting for now! I shall return tomorrow, though, and am looking forward to it! Have a good night, and good luck with all of your holiday preparations!

Monday, December 17, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 17: Online Golf and Fairy Tales

Hello! I have not finished stitching my floppy disc yet, so I was wrong about that yesterday, but I should be able to get it finished tomorrow! For today, though, I have three spiffy new cross stitch patterns for you that, though they are supposedly of characters from Pangya, an online golf game that longtime readers may remember me mentioning before, are also generic depictions of fairy tale characters. These are all based on some in-game item set that I will probably never have, but the outfits are frilly and cute, so I was pretty excited about making them. There are five patterns in the set, but for tonight, I have three of them, featuring Lucia, Cecilia, and Kooh, from the game, dressed up like the Swan Princess (of course not Princess Tutu at all), the Ice Queen (which may have been meant as snow queen), and Little Red Riding Hood. The two I'm saving are probably most recognizable in terms of the fairy tale part of it, but I like these a little better, so it seems like a draw. Either way, though, I hope you guys like these!


I'm done for tonight, since I'm pretty tired, but I'll have more stuff to post tomorrow! Have a good night, and good luck with your crafts!

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 16: An IHSW Post

Hello! Today is a first in the history of Dork Stitch's Sprite Patterns December posts in that instead of a character, today's pattern is of a thing, since I designed it to work on stitching for this weekend. I wanted to stitch a floppy disk like the Commodore 64 used, but when I searched for cross stitch charts of floppy discs, I could only find the later sort of disk, like the ones that people used all the time right before CD-ROMs became the standard. Because I am a smart lady, however, I managed to make my own pattern of a lovely 5.25 inch floppy diskette! To be completely honest, there is not likely a disk that looks like the one in my pattern, since I'm not sure Hello Kitty was big into using and personalizing the outward appearance of her computer software in the 1980s, seeing as she is a fictional character. It has been very pleasant to stitch so far, though, so here is the pattern for my current project!
With today's new pattern posted, it's time to move on to the International Hermit and Stitch Weekend (as hosted by Joysze at Random Ramblings) part of the post, which involves the floppy disk pictured above! I really like the colors I designed it in, but I'm stitching this on 7-count plastic canvas with some incredibly glittery yarn, so I had to deal with a color limit. I'm not done with it yet, but like it pretty well so far, and will probably finish it off tomorrow. For today, though, here is a WIP photo of it, in all its glittery (which actually showed up a little in my image!) glory!
Before I did the floppy disc, I also used my fancy glitter yarn to needlepoint a cassette tape, from a pattern that I got off of the spiffy blog Cross Me Not! Sarajessica, the cross stitch pattern designer that runs the blog, has piles of patterns that are perfect for needlepoint, so I have more printed and ready to work on for when I'm done with my floppy disc. Here are my photos of the cassette tape I stitched, though, first in a blurry photo that I got from my DSi, albeit one with accurate colors...
...and then in a clear photo that I got from my scanner, which is unable to read hot pink and bright oranges as anything other than weird, almost gray colors! Isn't technology great?
With that posted, I'm done for today, but tomorrow, I'll have a more normal sprite patterns December post. Until then, I look forward to reading about the stuff that everyone else stitched this weekend! Have a good end to your stitching weekend and good luck as your next week starts!

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 15: I Have No Theme

Hello! Tonight, I am not going to post very much, because I've felt like I've been falling asleep all day, even at dinner. I do, however, have two nifty new patterns to post tonight, with one being of Kiki from Kiki's Delivery Service, and the other being of Elizabeth from Persona (3, I'm pretty sure, but I've just played Arena, so I wouldn't bet on it.) I think they both ended up looking nice, but do not think that the two characters would get along very well. There isn't much to say about either of the patterns, since they should be normal to stitch, but I hope you guys like them!

I am done for tonight, but tomorrow, I'll have a couple of new patterns and the stuff I made during this International Hermit and Stitch Weekend! I hope you guys are doing well with your stitching, too.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 14: Adventure Time Royalty and a Christmas Ornament

Hello! I had tonight's patterns done a couple of hours ago, but I just couldn't work up the same excitement for them that I could for Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln. I hope that some of you guys like tonight's patterns of some Adventure Time royalty just as much as you liked yesterday's patterns of a former American first family! I made them because I was watching Adventure Time to ignore the planet and needed something to do as I was watching it. Since Princess Bubblegum and the Flame Princess were in the episode I was watching, I made patterns of them, and then I made one of Marceline because it seemed like at that point, I ought to make one of her. (I have a fantastic sprite pattern of Lumpy Space Princess, too, but I need to transfer her from one of my graph paper books to the computer, so she doesn't get to be posted today. I can put her up very soon if you guys want her, though!)

I am unreasonably excited about these patterns, so they may end up being a good part of my International Hermit and Stitch Weekend (which is hosted by Joyze at Random Ramblings!). Flame Princess may actually be a challenge to stitch, since she's the first sprite pattern to have a multicolored outline rather than a black one. She looks cool, so I thought it would be interesting to try and get my pattern to match the way she's drawn on Adventure Time rather than just like a normal sprite pattern. I think it worked all right, so I'm excited about making her. Marceline and Princess Bubblegum look pretty normal, so there's nothing much to say about them. All of them should be appropriate for any craft you want to use them for, though, so I hope you like them!


Now that my patterns are posted, here is a photo of a Christmas ornament that I made! The pattern came from an awesome Scandavian cross stitch pattern flier that I got at Goodwill, titled Jul med Dansk Blomstergarn. I used the charming motif as an excuse to stitch with some nifty variegated floss, then sewed it into felt and trimmed it with a ribbon from Enjoy Cross Stitch, which my mom got me as a lovely surprise earlier this week! My photo is blurry, but this ornament is currently lookin' spiffier on the Christmas tree than it does here, on top of a pile of McDonald's coffee coupons and scraps of embroidery floss.
I am done for now, but will be back tomorrow, though I have no idea what I'll be posting yet. Hopefully, though, I'll come up with something. Good luck with your stitching this weekend!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 13: Lincoln

Hello! I thought about waiting until ten, like I usually do, to post tonight's patterns, but I was so excited about them that I wanted to post right now. Of course, since the new sprites for today are of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln, the rest of the world may not share my enthusiasm, but I think they're fun. After my lovely Flight pattern, these are the next patterns in my Oscar race sprite patterns set, though these are more historically based than they are representations of Daniel Day Lewis and Sally Field.

I was kind of upset with how badly the preview image for Abraham Lincoln came out, since I know how the different dark blues  and grays will look in real life, and they bear no resemblance to the weird colors that showed up in KG Stitch when I entered them. If you actually stitch it with the suggested colors, though, it should look okay! With that said, here are tonight's patterns!

I think that I'm done for now, but I will have more patterns tomorrow, since that's just how Sprite Patterns December goes. Have a good evening, and I'll be back tomorrow!

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Sprite Patterns December Day 12: Some Fighting Game Rubbish

Hello! Today ended up being a little more stressful than usual, so I am just going to post reserve patterns tonight. Most of the patterns in my reserve folder are of fighting game characters, but I have found two fluffy and girly patterns within that set, featuring Seung Mina from Soul Calibur, who I think I may have posted before in a very different outfit, and Akari from the Last Blade! I am not going to write much about these, which I wish I could say was because I was quitting to eat a piece of cheesecake. The truth, however, is that I don't want to write too much after an unfortunate incident that just passed where I thought I'd forgotten how to read when, in reality, the Robotech website I was on happened to be in Portuguese. I hope that you enjoy these patterns and have been having a nice day! I will do a real post tomorrow.