Thanks for sharing, Kirsten.
This is one of my favorite Pokemon characters, Snorlax. It's funny and would make a cute little cross stitch. These pixel sprites make really good patterns when you know what you're doing. :]
If you clean up your .gif images, (filling transparent backgrounds with white, etc) you can really get a good, crisp cross stitch pattern! Smaller .gifs work best, pixel-for-stitch!
Credit goes to Nintendo for their material.
Another airbrush painting I did on Microsoft Paint. Personally, I would take a few stitches below the dark ridge where his eye would be and use yellow instead of those three stitches of that lighter brown. :) That's how it is in my original.She's got the right idea... the pattern maker isn't perfect, so feel free to touch it up or correct some stitches if you find any mistakes or places in the pattern you disagree with. Thanks Allison.
I took this picture out the window on a train ride. I can't remember which mountains they are, but whatever . . . they are still quite pretty.
i just dropped by the blog and got interested with the patterns and the pattern making tech. i don't think that this one is of moderate looks but i think it's just fine. hope u like this one folks!Yea, unfortunately drawings get blurry when they're shrunk to the size used in cross stitches. I keep trying to find a better way of shrinking the images so that the patterns come out clearer, but unfortunately I haven't found a good way yet. Thanks for sharing though!
This was from a picture I drew on Microsoft Paint. I was happy with how it turned out and I am happy with how the cross stitch pattern turned out too!
She also shared several other cross stitch patterns from her drawings and photos. I'll share them mixed in with some other stuff over the next few days. Thanks for all of the great patterns Allison!
This is based off a watercolor picture I did a while back. Just a simple blue flower out of my imagination . . . it is not based off of any real flower that I am aware of.It looks really great, thanks for sharing Allison!