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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.

Pink Flamingo

Release Date: 2009-01-06

Number of Patterns: 22

Flamingos are the gregarious wading birds which symbolize the tropical world. These birds are characterized with long thin legs, webbed feet, a plump midsection, downward oriented beak, and of course a marvelous pink tint throughout their bodies. They frequently stand on one foot as they search for suitable food in shallow waters. As a well recognized symbol in pop culture, pink plastic flamingos are frequently used as "tacky" lawn decorations. Our SegPlayPC set has 21 great looking flamingo patterns. Yo

Paul Czanne - Post Impressionist

Release Date: 2006-10-02

Number of Patterns: 20

A well organized collection that brings to life the most recognized works of Paul Cézanne, a French post-impressionist painter. You'll find landscapes, portraits, and still lifes of which Cézanne shows a mastery of design and an influence towards cubism. Twenty of his most famous works are included from his dark period (1861-1870), Impressionist period (1870-1878), Mature Period (1878-1890), and Final Period (1890-1905).

Baby Face

Release Date: 2013-02-09

Number of Patterns: 29

Baby Face refers to an expression of cuteness commonly associated with youth and appearance. The attributes which describe this effect involve a large head disproportionate to the body, a pleasant small nose, dimples, hairless body, small teeth, small upper and lower jaws, and overall rounded features. Our pattern set contains a collection of photographs of adorable children in a wearing an assortment of clothing (hoodies, sundresses, bathing suits, hats), and props (sunglasses, cookies, rattles), and expressing a wide range of emotions (laughing, surprise, curious, boredom, shyness, crying).

El Greco - European Mannerist

Release Date: 2007-06-10

Number of Patterns: 26

El Greco was considered the architect of the Spanish Renaissance, blending his Greek heritage with his Italian homeland, and Spanish emigration. The SegPlayPC™ pattern set for El Greco contains 25 patterns created from his most well known paintings filled with elongated figures and iconic symbols. There are many portraits of Popes, Cardinals, a Friar, Antonio Covarrubias, Julije Klovic, an unknown Lady, and a self portrait. Also included are his numerous religious interpretations (The Spoliation, The Holy Family, Annunciation, Via Crucis, Saint John the Evangelist, Apostles Peter and Paul, and the Repentant Peter), and a landscape (View of Toledo).

Botanicals - Kenneth Greene Photography and Design

Release Date: 2012-07-15

Number of Patterns: 20

Kenneth Greene has spent the past 35 years doing photographic studies in contrasts, lines, colors and glimpses of life in a moment of time. When Kenneth photographs people, he captures a feeling for that one moment that really matters in their lives. He may not know what happened just prior to the photo, and he almost certainly won’t know what their lives will be like after that instant he memorializes. He captures that moment in time alone, but it somehow tells their entire life story in a second. I'm looking for the instant the tide recedes and washes over the rocks; the moment a diver propels herself upwards and her feet leave the diving board; or when a couple embraces...just before the waves crash down upon them. These are the moments in life when you hold your breath, wondering what comes next. The former child protective services professional recently retired from San Diego County after working for almost two decades with victims and families of child abuse and violence.Now it is time to pursue my passion full time for art and design. The act of creating nurtures my soul. I love taking photographs and I love to draw and paint. Kenneth's whimsical drawings appear in a line of coloring books and note cards entitled, Pictures From My Mind. Geared to young children, teenagers, and adults, these images can be colored, will spark new ideas with readers, or can just be enjoyed as they are. His newest collection is called Havana @ 1/500th of a second. It is a memorable experience of the people and countryside of Cuba, portraying a land stuck in time with a nation yearning to leap into the 21st century. More information about Kenneth, his collections, and his work is available at http://kennethgreene.smugmug.com/

Penguins - Our Antarctic Friends

Release Date: 2010-01-04

Number of Patterns: 22

Penguins are flightless, aquatic birds who live primarily in Antarctica, though some are found as far north as the Galapagos Islands. They feed on squid, fish, and krill. The most common species are the Emperor, King, Adeline, Gentoo, Rock Hopper, African, and Little Blue Penguins. They are active communicators, though their hearing is not the best. They sleep standing up, spend long times in the water, and are oriented by the sun. Our pattern set of Penguin patterns shows a number of different species in the wild and at zoos, and in various poses. Our flightless friends are back dropped against snow capped mountains, blue skies, beaches, and oceans.

Owl be Seeing You!

Release Date: 2012-09-16

Number of Patterns: 23

Owls are birds of prey that belong to a order called Strigiformes. These solitary and nocturnal creatures are found throughout the world. They have unique characterization of a wide face, small faces, short curved beak, ear holes, and a feathered disk around each eye. Their unique coloration helps with camouflaging themselves into their environment. Owls are well designed for low-light hunting utilizing surprise and stealth as critical weapons against their foes (rodents and insects). Our collection of owl patterns includes several popular species including Barn Owls, Snowy Owls, Great Grey Owls, Burrowing Owls, Screech Owls, Northern Saw-Whet Owls, and Pearl-spotted Owlets.

Autumn Colors

Release Date: 2013-09-21

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.

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

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.

Fresh as a Daisy

Release Date: 2014-03-23

Number of Patterns: 23

Daisies are a type of flower in a species called Asteraceae. Other similar flowers include asters and sunflowers. They are found nearly everywhere in the world except for the arctic regions. There most distinguishing characteristic is the flower head made up of tiny florets which share the same stem. Each floret has five petals which are fused at the base to form a tube. Daisies come in many colors including yellow, red, blue, pink, purple, and orange. Our Daisy set includes patterns created from well taken photographs of daisies in their natural settings. You'll find both single and multiple daises in green fields, and against blue skies, taken from above and below.

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