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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.

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The Art of Lois Ostrov

Release Date: 2006-08-12

Number of Patterns: 22

A beautiful collection of 22 tropical and abstract artworks by Lois Ostrov, an award winning water color and water media artist living in the Miami, Florida area. You'll find oranges, sailboats, hibiscus and poppy flowers as well as a lighthouse, and toucan in this warm blend of South Floridian themed collection.

Magical Mushrooms

Release Date: 2014-08-17

Number of Patterns: 22

Mushrooms (also called toadstools) are fungi that grow on the ground on top of its food source. Mushrooms have a short stem, cap, and gills or pores on the underside of the cap. Some mushrooms are editable; others poisonous. A few types of mushrooms are used for medical purposes while others contain psychedelic properties. They are also used for dyeing wood and other fibers and for filtering contaminated water. Our mushroom pattern sets contains images of numerous mushrooms in their natural setting. You’ll find patterns of mushrooms in different shapes and colors, taken from various angles including some great details of their under neigh pores.

Colored Leaves

Release Date: 2014-09-14

Number of Patterns: 22

Leaves turn color during the fall time – a phenomenon known as fall foliage. Colors ranges from red, yellow, purple, and brown. These magnificent changes are triggered as trees absorb essential nutrients. During the sunny months, trees are green because they have an abundance of chlorophyll, the pigment which is essential to converting water and sunlight into sugar. As the summer ends and the temperatures get cooler, the days get shorter, and rainfall amounts change, trees are signaled to absorb the nutrients and store them in their roots for the following spring. Without chlorophyll, the brilliant colors of autumn begin to appear in the leaves. Our pattern set of Colored Leaves are based on many photographs of leaves in autumn composed to highlight the intricate textured patterns on the leaves, the contrast of colored leaves against blue skies, leaves covered in early frost, transparency of leaves in sunlight, and many other photographic effects.

Harvest Time

Release Date: 2014-10-23

Number of Patterns: 22

Harvest Time is a special time of year on farms. It’s a busy time where crops of all types are gathered from fields, sorted, cleaned, packed, and shipped. This end of the growing season makes for many seasonal and religious celebrations. Our Harvest Time pattern set reflects on this centuries old activity with many photographic patterns of harvested fields with bales of hay, picked apples, pumpkins, carrots, squash, and Indian corn, a picked apple, grapes on the vine, and a brilliant harvest moon.

Elephants

Release Date: 2014-11-15

Number of Patterns: 20

Elephants are large mammals living primarily in Africa and South Asia. There are two species which are recognized: the African elephant and the Asian elephant. Their distinct features include a long trunk, tucks, large ear flaps, and pillar-like legs. Their trunk serves many purposes including breathing, lifting water, and grasping objects. African elephants have a more grayish skin pigment, while Asian elephants have a more brownish pigment. Our Elephant pattern set includes many photographs of elephants in their nature settings standing in grassy fields, dirt roads, and reflecting in water ponds. There are a few baby elephant patterns and several detailed gray scale patterns.

Candles

Release Date: 2014-12-28

Number of Patterns: 20

Candles are blocks of wax with an embedded wick. The wick is lit which allows the candle to become ignited and provide light and heat. Once lit, the flame provides sufficient heat to keep the candle burning. Historically candles were also used as a method of keeping time. The wick greatly influences how the candle burns depending on the wick’s diameter, stiffness, fire resistance, and tethering. Candles can be held in various devices to position and carry them. Our candle patterns as based on photographs of various uses of candles – providing romantic settings, on birthday cakes, and in religious/holiday services. You’ll find patterns with detailed flames, glowing hands and faces, and smoke.

Monkey Business

Release Date: 2015-01-18

Number of Patterns: 21

Monkeys are classified as primates of whom there are 260 known species. They are typically tree dwelling though some live on the ground. They are active in the day and generally considered to be intelligent. The two major types of monkeys are New World Monkeys (Central and South America) and Old World (Africa and Asia) monkeys. Monkeys also have tails, which apes such as gibbons, orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees and humans do not. Popular types of monkeys include Squirrel, Macaque, Capuchins, Howler, Spider, Woolly, Owl, Marmosets, Tamarins, Givet, Green, Silver, Blue, Roloway, Vervet, Mona, and Mandrill. You find many great photographic patterns of expressive monkeys in this set including Capachin, Japanese Macaque, Mona Monkey, Grivet Monkey, Golden Lion Tamarin, Mandrill, Black Howler, and Squirrel Monkey.

Daffodils

Release Date: 2015-02-15

Number of Patterns: 22

Daffodils are part of a larger family of spring plants known as Narcissus which have over 150 documented species. These plants have six petal-like tepals along with a cup or trumpet-shaped corona. You can find daffodils in just a few colors including white, yellow, orange, and pink. Also the tepals and corona can be in the same or contrasting colors. Daffodils are grown from bulbs which have a life of about 4 years. They bloom in the early spring and are a popular choice in many gardens and in cut flower arrangements. Our Daffodils pattern set contains many patterns created from natural photographs of daffodils individually and grouped, against blue skies and grassy fields. Many of the daffodils are photographed close up to show incredible detail in their shapes and coloring.

Windmills

Release Date: 2015-03-25

Number of Patterns: 20

Windmills are structures that convert wind power into rotational energy. This energy is applied to grind grain, pump water, or generate electricity. Windmills are generally oriented vertically, but through history some horizontal designed windmills are documented. The vanes of the windmill are called sails or blades and are covered with a satin cloth or wooden shutters. Most windmills have four sails, but designs with as many as eight sails can be found. In the Netherlands the positions of the sails in non-working windmills, can signal joy or mourning. Our Windmill pattern set contains designs created from photographs of windmills in various environments including clear and cloudy skies, grassy fields, along water ways and roads, and with sunrises in the background.

Majestic Forests

Release Date: 2015-04-29

Number of Patterns: 20

Forests are large areas of land covered with trees or other woody vegetation. They are the dominant ecosystem on our planet. They can contain many species of trees or just be dominated by only a few. Forests can be classified into 26 types depending on their elevation, climatic zones, and types of trees. You’ll find an assortment of forest patterns in this set created from amazing high resolution photographs which depict forests in different seasons, weather, and lighting conditions. A wide range of colors and incredible details gives these patterns a special look when completed.

Sunset Hues

Release Date: 2014-07-26

Number of Patterns: 21

A sunset (also referred to as a sundown) is the daily disappearance of the sun below the horizon. When the sun is high in the sky, the path of light through the atmosphere is shorter allowing for more bluish colors to be visible. At sunrise and sunset, the path of the light through the atmosphere is longer which removes the bluish colors and shows more orange and red hues. Also sunset colors are usually more brilliant than sunrise colors, because the air in the evening contains more particles than in the morning. Volcanic eruptions and high altitude clouds can also enhance the colors in a sunset. Finally, a green flash at sunset can be seen at sunrise and sunset for just a second or too. Our Sunset Hues patterns are created from a selection of photographs which show sunsets over beaches, lakes, forests, skylines, and silhouetted behind trees.

Barn Beauty

Release Date: 2014-06-28

Number of Patterns: 22

Barns are agricultural buildings located in farmlands. Their uses are varied – housing livestock, storing crops and equipment, and providing a covered work space. Barns have been traditionally painted red for many centuries, a custom which has unknown origins. Some theories attempt to explain this by suggesting that farmers added blood of a recently slaughtered animal to the linseed oil used for paint. Another theory is that farmers added rust to the old as a way to kill off moss and mold. When paint became more available, farmers choose red as a way to honor the traditional. Barns are sometimes painted in a whitewash if the cost of the paint is a factor. Our pattern set of Barns are based on some creative photographs showing these structures in various lighting and weather conditions. These weathered barns are shown back dropped against clear and cloudy skies with crop fields, grassy pastures, wooded fences, country roads, and horses nearby.

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