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SegPlay® PC Pattern Sets

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We’ve spent years developing these popular collections of computerized paint by number patterns to use with SegPlay® PC. Each set comes with approximately 20 carefully designed patterns from a given artist or theme, and adding them to your collection is as easy as 1, 2, 3:

  1. Examine the available pattern choices. With thousands of patterns and hundreds of selections, there’s sure to be something for every taste.
  2. Update your version of SegPlay® PC before installing any add-on packs. Do not uninstall your current version, or you’ll need to re-authorize the program.
  3. Download your new patterns. We’ll automatically send you the authorization code and you can get started immediately.

Whatever you do to get through the day, painting vibrant and colorful pieces of art with SegPlay® PC is an exciting and creative way to relax at day’s end. Why waste your time on television when there’s SegPlay® PC – a wonderful new twist on an old pastime – the perfect way to end your day AND use your brain.

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Tiger Stripes

Release Date: 2009-10-12

Number of Patterns: 18

Tigers are mammals, which are territorial in nature and keep to themselves. They are well recognized and honored in mythology, folklore, being team mascots and symbolized on several flags and coats of arms. They have rusty-reddish to orange coats with a white fringe that surrounds the face, and brown to gray to pure black stripes. These stripes serve as a camouflage helping the tigers conceal themselves against tall, shaded grasses. We put together a tiger-themed pattern set of fun illustrations depicting tigers in various poses and styles. You'll see tigers roaring, smiling, prowling, and clawing.

Peter Paul Rubens - Flemish Baroque Painter

Release Date: 2009-09-30

Number of Patterns: 38

Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) was a Flemish Baroque Painter living in Antwerp. He was a proponent of the Flemish art style, which included movement, color, and sensuality. He is well known for his religious altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and history paintings of mythological and allegorical subjects. His travels to Italy and Spain allowed him to be influenced by other masters including Titian, Michelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci. Our collection of patterns includes Honeysuckle Bower, The Elevation of the Cross, Venus at the Mirror, and Prometheus Bound.

In Awe of Autumn

Release Date: 2009-09-13

Number of Patterns: 22

Autumn is one of the four annual seasons and ranges (in the Northern Hemisphere) from September 22th to December 21st. The exact times are measured by the Autumn equinox and the Winter solstice. Autumn is associated with many natural events including harvesting of crops, a cooling of temperatures, a graying of skies, and most noticeably, the changing colors of leaves. Our "In Awe of Autumn" set contains a colorful array of photographs which depict autumn at its finest. Yellow, red, and orange leaves are

Frans Hals - Dutch Portrait Painter

Release Date: 2009-08-29

Number of Patterns: 37

Frans Hals (1580-1666) was a Dutch Golden Age painter who is best known for his many portrait paintings. His style is noted for a loose brush style and also helped evolve the 17th century group portraiture. He lived most of his life in the city of Haarlem, where his talents for painting were greatly in demand, particularly by wealthy citizens. Our collection of patterns contains many of his most recognizable paintings including Jester with a Lute, Portrait of René Descartes, Pieter van dem Broecke, Malle Babbe, Marriage Portrait of Isaac Massa, Two Boys Singing, and The Laughing Cavalier.

Football Fun

Release Date: 2009-08-23

Number of Patterns: 21

Football is the predominant fall season sport in the United States and Canada. It’s also referred to as Gridiron outside North America. It’s a physically demanding sport, which requires a significant amount of training and teamwork. The main objective of the game is a touchdown where a team must advance the football into the opposing team's end zone. Points can also be scored by kicking the ball through goal posts placed at the end zone. Our pattern set includes 21 fun and simple illustrations of football players in various aspects of the game. There are also patterns of cheerleaders, a coach, and a referee.

George Catlin - Painter of American Indians

Release Date: 2009-07-25

Number of Patterns: 24

George Catlin (1796-1872) was an American painter who traveled throughout the Americas and painted many portraits of American Indians. At the beginning of his career after a stint as a lawyer, he traveled with William Clark into Native American territory. He eventually visited up to 50 different tribes at a time when they were untouched by European civilization. His lifetime collection of art works total over 500 accompanied by over 700 sketches. Our collection of patterns contains a great many of his portraits of male and female Indian chiefs, warriors, braves, medicine men, and ball players. There are also patterns with buffalos, horses, and a river landscape.

Castles around the World

Release Date: 2009-07-12

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.

John James Audubon - French-American Naturalist

Release Date: 2009-06-27

Number of Patterns: 30

John James Audubon (1785-1851) meticulously painted, catalogued, and described many North America bird species in the late eighteen century. Born with an affinity towards birds, he devoted much of his life to the all aspects of them including their nests, eggs, habitat, and pictural depiction at a very high artistic standard. Our collection of patterns contains a wide selection taken from a voluminous collection of his drawings. You'll find geese, flamingos, teals, eagles, pelicans, herons, and buzzards. There are also a few non-bird patterns including a deer and a hare.

Something's Fishy

Release Date: 2009-06-12

Number of Patterns: 30

Fish come in many shapes, colors, and sizes. The term fish refers to an animal that has gills, and fins, and lives in the water. We also use the word Fish when referring to other underwater animals such as shellfish, jellyfish, horsefish, and starfish which aren't true biological "fish". Our Fish pattern collection contains a great number of fun colorful graphical patterns based on creative illustrations of fish swimming and posing. You'll find an assortment of fish including Goldfish, Angel Fish, Shark

Thomas Gainsborough - Versatile English Painter

Release Date: 2009-05-31

Number of Patterns: 31

Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) was one of the most versatile painters of 18th century Britain. He equally masterfully painted both portraits and landscapes and painted more from human observation than from formal academic rules. While portraiture was his profession landscape painting was his pleasure. Unlike many painters of his time, Gainsborough had little interest in literary or historical themes. His most famous works include The Blue Boy, Portrait of a Lady in Blue, and Mr and Mrs Andrews.

Shells by the Seashore

Release Date: 2009-05-16

Number of Patterns: 24

A shell is the common name for a protective layer that was created by a sea creature such as a sea urchin, mollusk, cockle, or clam. As they wash up on shores around the world, many collect shells to keep them, turn them into creative art projects, or sell them outright. Shells have functioned as currency, hair pipes, belts, scrapers, clasps, oil lamps, soil conditioners, musical instruments, jewelry, architectural decoration, and as religious symbols. Our collection of 24 shell patterns are based on a diverse set of shell-themed photographs showing shells in their native form on the beach, and staged in various poses.

Pieter de Hooch - Dutch Interior Painter

Release Date: 2009-04-28

Number of Patterns: 23

Pieter de Hooch (1629 - 1684) was a Dutch Genre painter who is noted for his interior scenes, strong use of perspective, and accurate lighting. His works are similar to those of his Dutch contemporary, Johannes Vermeer, in both content and style. Although he initially painted soldiers and their surroundings, he turned his attention to painting genre scenes depicting Dutch domestic life. Many of these scenes include home interiors, courtyards, and gardens with women as the main characters. Our set of patterns includes his most well known scenes including At the Linen Closet, Woman with a Child in a Pantry, and Soldiers playing Cards.

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