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SegPlay® Full Pattern Sets

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Check out the SegPlay® Full Pattern Collection, below.. Our growing collection will soon have a wide selection of photographic, illustrative, and clipart styles in varying levels of difficulty. You can sort the list below by Name, difficulty, release date, and style category.

Each set contains numerous themed patterns and can be easily purchased through the store screen available in the SegPlay Mobile product (iOS and Android versions). SegPlay Full patterns are generally more complex than SegPlay Full patterns, due to the advanced graphics capabilities of today’s desktop computers.

Pattern sets are released on frequent basis, so check the store often for newly released sets. You can also visit our Facebook page and Outside the Lines blog to keep abreast of new releases and product announcements.

We are always interested in talking to photographers and artists who think their style would be suitable for SegPlay products. Please contact us if interested.

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Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 35

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was an innovative post impressionistic painter who experimented with bold colors in a mystical style of painting (soon to be called Synthetism). He was greatly influenced by the exotic Polynesian world, where Tahitian themes abound in much of his artwork. Our collection is overflowing with over 35 of his most recognizable works including several self portraits, The Yellow Christ, M. Loulou, Spirit of the Dead Watching, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, Nave Nave Moe, Reverie, The Moon and the Earth, Woman with a Fruit, The White Horse, Arearea-Joyousness, Portrait of Jacob Meyer de Haan and Tahitian Women (On the Beach).

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 24

Spring is that season where days get longer and the weather gets warmer. Common themes in Spring include rebirth, rejuvenation, and regrowth. A visible sign of Spring, once the snow starts melting, is the early blooming of various plants and flowers. These include magnolias, cherries, quince, crocus, brittlebush, wildflowers, irises, snowdrop, and hyacinth. Our Spring Colors set includes many great pictures of springtime blooms in an assortment of shapes and colors.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 6

What do you see in our Abstract Love designs? Many clues in the patterns including hearts, roses, tears, plants, eyes, hair, hands, waves, and the sun.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 26

Castles are defensive structures built primarily in the Middle Ages. Rather than being strictly military in use, castles were the prime residence ofnobles and monarchs. Castles had various uses including being prisons, and socializing places. They also had some offensive uses including the storage of weapons and serving as a military camp. Our collection of castle patterns contains picturesque images of castles throughout the world. The castles are shown in the natural beauty reflecting in water, backdropped by clear and cloudy skies, and surrounded by trees and other vegetation.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 22

A spiral is a curve which starts from a central point and gets progressively further away as it revolves around the point. This theme is common in nature in many forms - plant growth, animal parts such as horns, shells, teeth, in even wind erosion, and even DNA structure itself. The patterns in this set highlight spiral forms in numerous natural settings. You'll find spiral shaped millipedes, plant leaves, daisies, cabbage, smoke, and snail shells.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 25

They're cuddly, cute, calm, curious, playful, and finicky. Cats are among our most popular pets. They come in numerous breeds and coat patterns including Tuxedo (bicolor), Tabby (marbled), Calico (Tortoiseshell), Colorpoint (Siamese), and white. Our collection includes 25 photorealistic patterns of colorful felines in an assortment of poses and expressions which you'll enjoy painting. There are many great shots of them playing, staring, yawning, and just being curious.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 6

Meet our evil clowns, if you dare! Billy, Chucky, Joker, Jack, Twisty, and Zeebo will scare you to pieces!

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 48

Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a founder of an artist movement known as Impressionist painting. In fact, the term Impressionism is derived from the title of one of his paintings 'Impression, Sunrise' which was done in 1872. His wife's name was Camlile and she was the subject of several of his paintings (The Woman in the Green Dress, The Woman in the Garden, The Red Kerchief) as was his first son Jean (Hobby Horse). He lived in various cities throughout his live including Paris, Normandy, London, Vétheuil, Vernon, and Giverny where many of his well-known garden scenes were painted. Our pattern set includes a vast selection of Monet's art pieces and series. You'll find many well known paintings including Impression, Sunrise, Woman in the Green Dress, Houses of Parliament, Haystacks, Water Lilies, Nympheas, Rouen Cathedral, and Bouquet of Sunflowers. There's also a self-portrait of Monet included in this large set.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 6

Our photographic daisies come in many vibrant colors: Orange, Yellow, Pink, Rose, Purple, and Red. Paint your favorite ones!

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 21

Autumn is one of four temperate seasons on this planet, characterized as the season of harvests and changing color in vegetation. Leaves change color from green to red, yellow, purple, and brown due to decreasing levels of chlorophyll sent to them through the veins. Many communities experience an increase in tourism to see fall foliage vistas which is sometimes called leaf peeping. Our pattern set of Autumn Colors includes numerous images of colored leaves, both with solitary leaves, clusters of trees, forests, country roads, and waterways.

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 18

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) is definitely one of the greatest painters in European history. His contributions in portraying human emotions and natural movement in his paintings occured during the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th century. Our collection includes most all of his most reknown works including several self portraits, ""Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp"", ""The Jewish Bride"", ""The Night Watch"", ""Portrait of a Lady with an Ostrich-Feather Fan"" and ""Syndics of the Drapers' Guild

Release Date: 2017-12-14

Number of Patterns: 23

Horses have long been the most important economically domesticated animals, but that distinction has declined with the rise of industrial and mechanized societies. Today horses are kept for mostly leisure activities including riding, racing, and just being large pets. We've put together a great artistic collection of 23 Horse patterns showing these equestrian creatures in numerous positions, gaits, and scenic backdrops. These patterns show horses in: a few racing scenes, riding into the sunset, smiling for the camera, grazing in the grass, standing at the fence, and walking on the beach. Horses have long been the most important economically domesticated animals, but that distinction has declined with the rise of industrial and mechanized societies. Today horses are kept for mostly leisure activities including riding, racing, and just being large pets. We've put together a great artistic collection of 23 Horse patterns showing these equestrian creatures in numerous positions, gaits, and scenic backdrops. These patterns show horses in: a few racing scenes, riding into the sunset, smiling for the camera, grazing in the grass, standing at the fence, and walking on the beach.

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