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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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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.

Set Sail!

Release Date: 2012-06-18

Number of Patterns: 23

Sailing is a method of moving and controlling a ship in water with large fabric foils called sails. With a small amount of skill and training (in addition to good weather and a bit of wind), a competent captain can adjust the sail rigging and control the rudder, and navigate through the water to a desired destination. Though gradually replaced by ships with internal combustion engines, sailboats in many places are used as a recreational activity, with activities such as a racing and cruising. Our Sailing pattern set includes many photos of sailboats with sails trimmed in picturesque backdrops of sunsets, clear and cloudy skies, wooded shorelines, and calm waters.

Robin Redbreast

Release Date: 2014-04-13

Number of Patterns: 21

Robins are popular birds because of their reddish-orange breast. There are actually three well recognized though not directly related species named robins: American Robin (thrust family) , European Robin (chat family) and the Australasian robin (petroica family all with similar orange colorings. The American Robin can be found throughout North America. Robin's eggs have a characteristic light blue coloring. You'll find many great patterns of robins in this pattern set include both American and European robins. They are nesting and sitting on posts and branches in various environmental settings.

Winslow Homer - American Landscape Painter

Release Date: 2007-02-20

Number of Patterns: 27

Winslow Homer (1836-1910) was a talented American Painter who is best known for his landscape and seascape imagery done in watercolors. We've assembled 27 of his most recognized paintings into a picturesque SegPlayPC collection. You find many of his Maine sea paintings, along with a Cuban street corner, a wall in Nassau, a hurricane in the Bahamas, and several Adirondack scenes. The set also includes his better known Snap the Whip, Sailing the Catboat, Croquet Players, and The Fox Hunt paintings.

Paul Gauguin - Post Impressionist Synthetist

Release Date: 2007-07-19

Number of Patterns: 35

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was an innovative post impressionistic painter who experimented with bold colors in a mystical style of painting (soon to be called Synthetism). He was greatly influenced by the exotic Polynesian world, where Tahitian themes abound in much of his artwork. Our SegPlayPC collection is overflowing with over 35 of his most recognizable works including several self portraits, The Yellow Christ, M. Loulou, Spirit of the Dead Watching, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, Nave Nave Moe, Reverie, The Moon and the Earth, Woman with a Fruit, The White Horse, Arearea-Joyousness, Portrait of Jacob Meyer de Haan and Tahitian Women (On the Beach).

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.

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.

Edgar Degas - Modern Artist, par excellence

Release Date: 2007-08-01

Number of Patterns: 25

Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a original French artist who detoured from the Impressionist style, and experimented with realism, off-center compositions, cropping, color, and form. His favorite subjects included dancers, café life, horses, and women in non-traditional poses (bathing, combing hair and doing laundry). Our SegPlayPC collection contains 25 patterns of his most recognizable works including 'The Bellelli Family', 'In the Orchestra Pit', 'Absinthe', 'Miss Lala at the Circus', 'Women Ironing', 'Race Horses', 'Place de la Concorde', and 'The Tub'.

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.

Icicles

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.

Johannes Vermeer - Dutch Genre Artist

Release Date: 2007-03-13

Number of Patterns: 20

Johannes Vermeer (1632 - 1675) was a relatively unknown Dutch painter who became truly discovered many years after his death. He is best known for his light treatments in interior scenes, mostly depecting Dutch bourgeois life. We transformed 20 of his best known paintings into detailed SegPlayPC™ patterns. We've include many portaits in this set including ""The Geographer"", ""The Lace Maker"", ""The Girl with a Wine Glass"", ""The Milkmaid"", and his most recognized painting, ""Girl with a Pearl Earring"".

Sunflowers

Release Date: 2010-05-19

Number of Patterns: 22

Sunflowers are an annual plant that is best distinguished by its large flowering head. The small flowers in the head are known as florets and are arranged in a mathematically defined spiral pattern. When it buds, the sunflower follows the direction of the sun during the day. Products from sunflowers include sunflower seeds, sunflower oil, breads, and butters. Our sunflower pattern set includes many photographs, which depict this plant from various angles. Various parts of the sunflower plant are highlighted in the patterns including the flowering head, leaves, and stem.

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