Archive for the ‘Other’ Category

MapleStory Perler Sprites

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

heatbish, on DeviantArt, made some perler versions of MapleStory sprites. They’re well done and detailed, so I thought I’d share them:

Aran

Evan

Mercedes

Phantom

Luminous

via[DeviantArt]

Portal Couples Rings

Sunday, July 6th, 2014

I’m more of a pendant kind of Mage, but I really like these acrylic rings by Nastalgame on Etsy.

Cute and clever. And also quite inexpensive!

Via: Etsy

Rapidash Sculpture

Saturday, July 5th, 2014

I love horses and most especially fantasy horses. Rapidash has always been a favourite Pokemon of mine so when I stumbled across this gorgeous sculpture on my Etsy feed, I had to share it on Sprite Stitch.

The artist, Evgeny Hontor, also has other Pokemon in their Etsy shop. They’re all rather unusual but are nice – check out the shop!

Via: Etsy

Twilight Princess Heart Piece Plush

Friday, July 4th, 2014

Donna M Evans has always made amazing plushes (particularly her Zelda creations) but this new heart piece plush from Twilight Princess is just beautiful!

You can see more of Donna’s work at her deviantART page, Etsy shop and of course on the Sprite Stitch forums!

Via: Sprite Stitch Forums

Mushroom Scrabble Tile Art

Saturday, June 21st, 2014

I’ve seen things done with Scrabble tiles before, mostly names and words (obviously – it is Scrabble!) ┬ábut this one by TileFrame is pretty good!

The coloured tiles are great for this kind of art. If you look closely, you’ll see Mario-related words hidden in the mushroom!

Via: Etsy

Key Chain Chomp

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Sometimes, the simplest ideas are the best ones. Like this Chain Chomp crocheted key cover by Pops de Milk!

If you crochet, or know someone that does, there’s a nice tutorial on how to make your own at Pops’ website!

Via: Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board

3D Paper Dioramas of Classic Videogames

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Dioramas are great, great things. Tiny versions of awesome stuff. And videogame dioramas are the best! Wuppes, from Luxembourg, makes fantastic ones, just with paper!

They all have a real sense of depth and everything really pops out at you. The cardmakers and papercrafters among you will know how this is done, and it’s a really effective technique! Wuppes has made a whole range of different games from various genres and systems, definitely worth a look!

Via: Tumblr