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Sonic The Hedgehog Bead Sprite by Zakkyy Sonic The Hedgehog Bead Sprite by Zakkyy
Soinc!
The third and probably last for this set.
And actually the samllest one ^^, even though small is not a word that could describe these guys.

original pixel sprite from Sonic Advance 2.
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SonicBoyAnt Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013   General Artist
:iconspittingcerealguyplz: that's amazing!
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Zakkyy Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much! I'm glad that people still find my creations and enjoys them :)
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SonicBoyAnt Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013   General Artist
No problem :D
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supersonic3225 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
So step oneis
1:make your design
2:use the beads
3:melt them with what.
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Zakkyy Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
1. get your design.
2. arrange the beads on pegboards.
3. use an iron to melt them and make sure to have a baking paper or similar in between or you'll get melted plastic all over the iron.
4. flip it over and do the same.
5. put something heavy on it to make sure it does'nt bend.
6. profit.
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supersonic3225 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
what typ of baking paper, and where can I find one, wikipedia doesn't have much info as I tired looking for perler beads. Flip it over and melt it again, should I use a brick of lead, I think that's heavy enough. I do have a brick of solid lead, or make an suggestion.
One on side it looks melted, on the other it doesn't. Tell me why.
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Zakkyy Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
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You should be able to find it in any general or food store.

A brick of lead should be heavy enough, I usually just use books as weights.

The side that you iron first will allways be the side that looks best "pixlated" because of how the beads melt togheter.
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supersonic3225 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
How many minutes or hours does it take and besides baking paper, what about waxpaper. Do you put the baking paper on top of the perler beads? I just want to be sure
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Zakkyy Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Depends on how big the project is and the heat of the iron.
For small stuffs, use low heat. For bigger things use higher heat and put weight ontop as you iron.

Haven't tried waxpaper so I don't know how it will react.

Yeah, make sure to have the paper between the beads and the iron.
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supersonic3225 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Yeah got it.
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