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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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Apple of My Eye

Release Date: 2012-04-22

Number of Patterns: 25

Apples are the most widely cultivated tree fruits in the world. They've been grown for thousands of years in many historical cultures. Although apples have been the focus of many legends and traditions, the most recognized placement of apples is in the biblical story of the Garden of Eden where they referred to as the forbidden fruit. Apples and other fruits are commonly used as art subject typically placed in a fruit bowl. Our collection of Apple patterns depicts them in natural settings both on the tree and harvested in baskets. Different lighting and backgrounds are used to highlight the apple. Some apples in these patterns are held up in hands and others even have some bites taken out them.

Katsushika Hokusai - Creative Japanese Artist

Release Date: 2012-04-01

Number of Patterns: 38

Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) was a Japanese artist of the Edo period. He is best known for the woodblock print series, thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji which includes his most recognizable work, The Great Wave off Kanagawa. He was first trained with ukiyo-e, a style of wood block prints and paintings. Later Hokusai explored other styles of art, including European styles he was exposed to through French and Dutch copper engravings. He mastered Surimono, an experimental genre of Japanese woodblock print. At the high of his career, he created the Hokusai Manga a collection of sketches of various subjects including landscapes, flora, and fauna as well as the thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji set, his most defining set. In his later years, he produced One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji which was another significant landscape series. Our collection of Hokusai patterns includes many from the Thirty-six View collection and a number of other pieces he is known for including Dragon, Carp Leaping up a Cascade, The strong Oi Pouring Sake, and Portrait of a Woman holding a Fan.


Release Date: 2012-03-25

Number of Patterns: 30

A wildflower is a flower that grows in the wild as opposed to being seeded or planted. The term is not an exact classification and better ones might be native species, invasive species, imported, or naturalized. In many stores you can actually buy ""wildflower"" seeds which don't refer to a particular plant. Never-the-less you can think of wildflowers as referring to colorful small plants which bloom in many habitats throughout the world, generally in the springtime. Our collection of wildflower pattern

Gilbert Stuart - American Portrait Painter

Release Date: 2012-03-11

Number of Patterns: 35

Gilbert Stuart (1755 - 1828) was an American Painter from Rhode Island who was a prolific portrait painter. He painted portraits of over 1000 people including the first six presidents of the United States as well as many political and social figures of the times. His most famous portrait is The Athenaeum, an unfinished work of President George Washington. He was praised for the vitality and naturalness of his portrait, and painted directly to the canvas without the aid of sketches, a novel approach for the time. Our collection of Gilbert Stuart patterns includes all of his portraits of US presidents (George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, and John Quincy Adams), and other well known individuals (Daniel Webster, John Jay, Samuel Meeker, John Trumbull, Abigail Smith Adams, Peter Gansevoort, The Skater (Portrait of William Grant), Mrs. Richard Yates, and Joshua Reynolds). There's also a self portrait included.


Release Date: 2012-02-07

Number of Patterns: 25

Our good friends at Cool Baby Graphics have provided us with a great set of baby themed images which will put a smile on your face as you color them. These simple designs covey many baby themes including strollers, toys, cute holiday costumes, bath time, beach time, friendship, and crawling. There's even a pacifier, teddy bear, and family portrait included in this set.

Piero della Francesca - Early Renaissance Artist

Release Date: 2012-01-30

Number of Patterns: 26

Piero della Francesca (c.1415 - 1492) was a painter of the Early Renaissance who was also known as a painter and geometer. His works are characterized by humanism, geometry and perspective. Most of his works were religious based and he is best known for the cycle of frescoes in The Legend of the True Cross in the church of San Francesco in the Tuscan town of Arezzo. Our collection of patterns contains many of his most well known pieces including several from The Legend of the True Cross, The Baptism of Christ, and several pieces from Montefeltro Altarpiece, the Diptych Portrait of Battista Sforza and Federico da Montefeltro, and the Polyptych of Saint Augustine.


Release Date: 2012-01-15

Number of Patterns: 25

An icicle is a spike of ice formed when water dripping or falling from an object freezes. The heat source which causes the ice to melt is typically the sun. Although icicles might be a hazard when positioned over people, they generally exist in natural surroundings where snow and rain fall off exist. Because of their cylindrical shapes, icicles beautifully refract the world around them. Our collection of Icicle patterns show a diverse collection of icicles in winter scenery viewed from inside windows and outside settings. You'll find icicles forming from trees, branches, leaves, and roofs. In their backgrounds you'll find bright blue skies, mountains, and sunsets.

Sir Henry Raeburn - Scottish Portrait Painter

Release Date: 2011-12-25

Number of Patterns: 31

Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 -1823) was a successful Scottish portrait painter who lived in Edinburgh. His works are characterized by strong characterization, stark realism, and dramatic lighting effects. He typically employed clashing color combinations, and a course modeling technique. Our pattern set includes many of his portraits, including his most recognized work, The Skating Minister. Other portraits include Boy and Rabbit, Alexander Ranaldson MacDonell of Glengarry, Sir Walter Scott, Mrs. Robert Scott Moncrieff, and Sir John Sinclair. There is also a self portrait included in the set.

Golden Gate Bridge

Release Date: 2011-12-14

Number of Patterns: 25

The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge in San Francisco. It spans the Golden Gate which is the opening of San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean. It is considered to be the most photographed bridge in the world. Construction started in January 1933 and opened in May 1937. It is painted in a color called International Orange, originally used for a sealant for the bridge. Unfortunately more people attempt suicide at the bridge, than any other location. Our pattern set collection contains many photographs of the bridge taken from various angles and vantage points, and at different times of day. Several show the bridge enveloped in fog, a common occurrence in San Francisco.

William Hogarth - English Pictorial Satirist

Release Date: 2011-11-29

Number of Patterns: 27

William Hogarth (1697-1764) was an English artist, printmaker, engraver, and satirist. He is credited with the concept of sequential art. His works cover a wide range of topics including realistic portraits, comic-like strips, political satire, and historical art. He made several series of moral works including A Harlot's Progress, Rake's Progresses, and Marriage à-la-mode which is considered to be his finest work. Our collection of patterns includes a wide cross section of his works including two Self Portraits, The Shrimp Girl, The Roast Beef of Old England, An Election Entertainment, David Garrick and His Wife, David Garrick as Richard III, The Enunciation, and Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram.

Abstract Beauty

Release Date: 2011-11-19

Number of Patterns: 30

Photography is generally used to capture a realistic view of objects and scenes. However you can also capture beautiful and abstract images with a bit of creativity. These amazing art forms show little resemblance to the original subject. Photographers use tools such as macro and zoom lens, colored lighting, cropping, off-angle vantage points, shutter speeds, film speeds, and exposure to produce artful images. Our collection of patterns in this set were created from photography taken of everyday scenes - apples, rain puddles, piles of paper, swirling lights, swimming pools, peeling paint, metal benches, and fan blades.

Henry Ossawa Tanner - Influential Black American Artist

Release Date: 2011-10-29

Number of Patterns: 32

Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859 - 1937) was an African American artist who was influential around the world with his art style. He was born in Philadelphia and schooled in fine arts. Although he first tried to set up a photography studio in Atlanta, he subsequently left the US and moved to Paris where he attempted to gain artistic acceptance. He was quickly introduced to new artworks and artists, and studied under renowned artists. While his early works, such as were concerned with everyday life as an African American, his later paintings focused mainly on the religious subjects for which he is now best known. Our pattern collection includes many of his most recognized pieces including The Banjo Lesson, The Annunciation, Sand Dunes at Sunset, Atlantic City, Gateway, Tangier, Booker T. Washington, Flight into Egypt, and The Resurrection of Lazarus.

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