Vision: Overall, Mewtwo is portrayed accurately. I have a few nitpicks though. His front purple area should be darker and his mouth is a few pixels larger. On the other hand, the tail highlight is a good addition.
Originality: As I've said before, since this work is based off of a sprite the originality scores low. I've bumped the score to 2.5 because of the tail. It simply makes sense to highlight it to match the front.
Technique: The mouth area is too small and thus looks off. Because of this, the technique looks poor for that small area. Otherwise, I cannot see anything out of place or lacking.
Impact: This is a good pose for Mewtwo and is well executed. His imposing nature is brought to life. The chosen pose allows for some added depth which furthers the "pop" factor.
As always, I hope this short critique is helpful. Definitely a favorite of mine, but rest assured the above material is objective.
This is cool I'll admit, but it's been done many times before, and it takes next to no artistic skill to copy the sprite pattern with hama/perler beads.
Try coming up with your own designs, i.e. sketch out a pose of one of your own characters and try to transfer it to hama/perler the same way you did with the pokemon sprites.
Very good work
excellent executed bead work as always
I usually use 9, but I have 14 alltogether.