Last week I have made some changes in the pattern section of my blog. Among other things the Starcraft 2 patterns were a bit messy and in my pattern box there was still an unpublished pattern of a Zergling. This time it made it to my blog. I am a bit ashamed it took so long for publishing this real cool pattern. It is a complicated pattern, with lot of spikes, arms, wings and legs. So do not start easily but read the pattern carefully before making.
I made the Zergling for a real Starcraft 2 fan and it is a nice piece to posses.
The other Starcraft patterns, like Baneling and Overlord are all in one place now and easy to find, just click on the pattern and so section of this blog or in the menu on the right.
Well it is done. It took some time, but now the Overlord pattern is ready and posted on my blog. For those waiting it will be nice news. I am looking forward to lots of Overlords floating above all kinds of gaming pc’s.
Look in the pattern section of my blog to find the Overlord pattern. It is a free pattern and a challenge to make your own Overlord.
Enjoy it, Elzeblaadje
They are coming!! The Starcraft figurines crochet patterns. I am very busy writing them down. First to be published will be the Overlord. It is almost ready, just testing yet some details and the pattern will be attached to this blog. I hope You will have fun with it.
Much traffic from all over the world for the post about the Starcraft 2 Overlord. But no comments of whatever, so I think nobody knows exact what a challenge making the overlord was. But hookers and other visitors it was quit some doing before the creature came to amigurumi life.
The overlord is about 15 cm high and floating. Standing is not possible, The limbs are bendable arms, they are suited for picking, and in the game they pick zerglings and other stuff. The first pair is very big and awesome, with terrible spikes and so. I show you a picture of the backside with the tail.
Tarara ….. There he is, my starcraft overlord with spikes and bendable arms. It was fun to make this creature. I had to puzzle a lot. How many arms and limbs has the fellow, how does I make the body so that it is the same on both sides. Has the creature a mouth or not. Lots of questions. I didn’t always find the answers. Luckily there are al kinds of pictures to find. Not always clear or distinct, but al crocheting a creature was born and I like him or her very much. I hope you do too.
It is a bit exciting, for here is the first glimpse of project A. It is the body and head of an Overlord, a character from the game Starcraft II. There was no pattern to find so I made my own design. The first body was a failure. It came all out wrong, The second attempt was better. The challenge is to finish the whole animal, with all his limbs and spikes. It is a kind of insect, that floats with airbags on his sides.