I'm sure this technique is really difficult and it requires a lot of patience and precision, so well done dude! You have a great talent. I think it's hard to do Pokémon's shape and Jolteon is not so simple to reproduce. Moreover, I love Jolteon so much *^* The colours used for the shadows are used in a good way, according to the colors of the original pic! I've also seen others creations you have done and I can say the same things about them. If you don't already do this, I advice you to sell them, they're really impressive! Congrats, really :3
This is so cute and so cool too. This will be my second critique and I will do my best do a good job at it. The colors are deep and contrast well. It is well defined and I wish I could say I had done it. This is a very good example of a home made thing that worked out good. It looks great you did a good job. Keep up the good work and all. I like it and think it should be marked as talented piece of artwork because even though it wasn't painted it is art in its own way.
Very few beads to compose a good image from... and great job in doing such a nice work. The choice of colors is great, for it creates a false gradient just as those used on PC images, while being different enough easily tell them apart.
I feel like I'm watching an old 16- or 32-color image from the 80's. Well done!
No, it's much simpler You stick the beads on peg boards, then iron them. I don't iron them on the peg boards directly though, as they can deform. I tape the finished picture, remove it from the board and then iron it. That's why the image appears mirrored sometimes (depending on which side turns out better
I see...so this is something you hang up like a picture....the bead art I remember a long time ago, some actually wore it on shirts, sweaters, and especially Levi's jean jackets, was considered very cool at the time, but I believe they were sewn on.