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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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Joseph Blackburn - Colonial American Portrait Painter

Release Date: 2014-03-31

Number of Patterns: 21

Joseph Blackburn (1700-?-1778?) was a portrait painter born in England who worked in Bermuda and Colonial America. His skills as a painter are shown by his treatments of textiles including silks, laces, and fabric folds. In this pattern set we've included most of his most renown paintings including High Jones, Colonel Theodore Atkinson, Mary Leh, Captain John Pigett, Samuel Cutts, Elizabeth Browne Rogers, Ann Saltonstall, and Abigail Chesebrough.

Alfred Sisley - English Impressionist

Release Date: 2008-04-12

Number of Patterns: 29

Alfred Sisley (1839-1899) was a French Impressionist of English origins whose work is considered the most typical for Impressionist painters, never varying much from his landscape scenes of the French countryside. His paintings capture scenery from several cities around Paris including Argenteuil, Marly, Moret, Louveciennes and Bougival. Our SegPlayPC collection contains his most recognized works including ""Street in Moret"", ""Sand Heaps"", ""Flood at Port-Marly"", ""The Seine at Bougival in Winter ""

Frdric Bazille - French Impressionist

Release Date: 2008-05-18

Number of Patterns: 22

Frédéric Bazille (1841-1870) was a talented Impressionist painter whose life was tragically cut short by his death in the Franco-Prussian War. During his 29 years he produced a handful of excellent works, which showcased his skills for displaying light and atmospheric effects. Our collection includes nearly all of his renowned works including Family Reunion, The Pink Dress, The Little Gardener, La Toilette, Negress with Peonies, Summer Scene, and Bazille's Studio. There are also a number of self-portraits, a portrait of Renoir, a portrait of Edouard Blau and a few landscapes.

Coral Reefs

Release Date: 2013-12-07

Number of Patterns: 22

Coral reefs are underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secreted by corals. These are tiny animals called polyps which have hard bodies which support and protect their bodies Coral Reefs are sometimes referred to as the "rainforests of the sea", because they contain the most diverse ecosystems on Earth.. Our set of Coral Reef patterns are based on photographs which depict a wide array of coral reef structures arranged in convoluted, intricate, and colorful designs.

Robert Delaunay - French Abstract Artist

Release Date: 2014-07-30

Number of Patterns: 25

Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) was a French artist who founded the Orphism movement known for strong colors and geometric shapes. He is best known for his bold use of color and experiments with tone and depth. He was also labeled a divisionist for his use of large tiles to construct small but symbolic works. Along with fellow artists Metzinger, George Seurat, and Paul Signac, their works are considered part of a Neo-impressionism which started in France. Delaunay’s later works are more abstract with nonfigurative paintings that still had the characteristics of brilliant colors and felt dynamic. Our Robert Delaunay pattern set contains a broad collection of his works showing his most recognized works including Portrait de Metzinger, Tour Eiffel, The Towers of Laon, Color Explosion, Circular Forms, Simultaneous Windows in the City, Endless Rhythm, St. Severin, and Nu à la coiffeuse. There’s also a self portrait of Robert Delaunay.

Juan Gris - Spanish Cubist Artist

Release Date: 2012-12-30

Number of Patterns: 30

Juan Gris (1887-1927) was a Spanish painter and sculptor who is most commonly associated with the Cubist movement of the early 20th century. In Cubism, art pieces are broken up into pieces and then reassembled in an abstracted form to allow them to be viewed from multiple viewports. Juan was close friends with another Cubist painter, Pablo Picasso, but instead focused on synthetic cubism where objects were no longer recognizable in their original form, but took on new forms. Juan experimented with different materials as well adapting a collage technique in numerous works. Our collection of patterns includes a broad sampling of his cubism style including Guitar and Pipe, Portrait of Picasso, Harlequin with Guitar, The Packet of Cigars, Violin and Checkerboard, the Bull Fighter, Landscape with Houses at Ceret, and A Man in a Café.

Anders Leonard Zorn - Swedish Portrait Painter

Release Date: 2012-05-30

Number of Patterns: 33

Anders Leonard Zorn (1860 - 1920) was one of Sweden's best portrait painters. Although skilled as a sculptor and printmaker, Anders achieved his fame with the use of oils and watercolors depicting rustic life, nudes, and an assortment of portraits. His skill with portraits lies with his ability to depict the individual character of the person. Lighting and the treatment of water were particularly extraordinary in his works. Anders believed that a portrait should be painted in an environment that was natural for the model. Our collection of Anders Zorn patterns contains many of his most recognized works including Margit, Midsummer Dance, Our Daily Bread, A Fisherman in St. Ives, and Night Effect. There are also several self-portraits included.

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.

William Blake - English Romantic Artist

Release Date: 2010-12-28

Number of Patterns: 24

William Blake (1757 - 1827) was a English Romantic Age painter, poet, and printmaker. His wild imagination and idiosyncratic views have kept him in high regards with the art critics. He began his career as an engraver and also did relief etchings. His views on conventional religion were controversial as were his views on the 19th century "free love" movement and Age of Enlightenment philosophy. Our pattern set has most of his recognized works including "Ancient of Days", ""Newton"", ""The Ghost of a Fle

Gerard ter Borch - Dutch Genre Painter

Release Date: 2013-04-21

Number of Patterns: 35

Gerard ter Borch (1617 - 1681) was a Dutch Genre Painter who depicted life in middle class 17th century Holland. He was influenced early in his life by his father, also a painter. His works were both portraits and interior scenes. Some elements of his unique style include his handling of drapery and satins, and also painting a full body portrait, rather than just the face. The colors in his paintings are subdued, due largely to the dress coloring of the times. We've included numerous well known paintings in this pattern set including The Letter, The Concert, The Spinner, The Card Players, Boy Fleaing his Dog, Hunting for Lice, Woman Drinking with a Sleeping Solider, and The Glass of Lemonade. There's also a self-portrait included.

The Eiffel Tower

Release Date: 2012-11-17

Number of Patterns: 26

The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris, France. It's a iron lattice structure built in 1889 as an entrance arch to the 1889 World’s Fair which celebrated the centennial of the French Revolution. When it was built, it,was the tallest man made structure (320m/1050ft). It's named after Gustave Eiffel, the engineer who designed the tower. The tower quickly became the most recognized cultural symbol of both Paris and the country of France. Our Eiffel Tower pattern set consists of many patterns created from well composed photographs of the Eiffel Tower, taken from numerous vantage points. The scenes show the Tower with different lighting, and from different angles. Some of the photographs have been stitched together from numerous photographs. There are also some unique photographs captured in black and white.


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.

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