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    Megadrive I made a Langrisser II embroidery

    I also made a video about it:

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    *Slow clap* excellent work.

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    Cool, looks like this was done by hand right? Not machine embroidery?
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    I'm speechless.

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    This looks excellent. And you're definitely crazy. And not human. No human could possibly have this much patience.
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    Kamahl: Thanks!

    xelement5x: Correct, it was made by hand .

    Bottino: Suck on a Läkerol .

    Christuserloeser: Thanks! Yeah, I'm crazy. What can I say, they call me the Swedish android .
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    WOW
    That's epic.
    Ready to print game covers and cart labels: http://www.mediafire.com/?5gm45wyxr3xvv

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    It would look really nice if you just stretched it over a wood frame like people do with canvas prints.

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    I had never realized before how well suited embroidery was for pixel art.

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    That's nothing short of amazing. I would never have the kind of patience it takes to make something like this. Very impressive.

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    Great work. I demand you make a Shinobi one next..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebbe View Post
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    Bottino: Suck on a Läkerol .
    Hahaha i'll see if i can import some of that.

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    This is the coolest thing ever. I love Langrisser 2.

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    THIS is awesome. My drummer actually does cross-stitching, and makes all sorts of 8 and 16-bit art. I'll have to go dig up the link!
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    ^ Thanks. Would be nice to see other video game cross-stitching .
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