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Bowser by Makibird-Stitching Bowser by Makibird-Stitching
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All colours hand picked by me. See what it looks like in the thread in my gallery.
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EdieMammon Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I meant outline-wise. :) But now that I think about it, it really wouldn't be that different. Embroidery is not like coloring in a drawing ;)
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EdieMammon Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is an excellent pattern, and you use DMC yarn, which is excellent too, by the way. I'm also currently cross-stitching a Bowser with another pattern I downloaded that did not come with a color key, so I had to make up one. For Bowser's hair, of course i chose 666 :D
Your use of "warm" colors looks so professional. I chose very bright, "cold" colors. You too use white yarn in this? Bowser has a lot of white areas on him that looks better if stitched, rather than being left even if the cloth itself is white. This is definitely a pattern for more e xperienced stitchers, as there are no black areas. Do you find that brown is easier to "lean" on?
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Makibird-Stitching Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you! And 666 - of course! Yes, I use white thread, I always use white thread for details, I never leave empty space. What do you mean by brown being easier to lean on?
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