When most of us bead-spriters make a piece, we tend to create something from a videogame sprite, but there's also a method that allows you to take photographs and transform them into pixelated patterns for bead making.
Most bead-spriters I know have created photographs of their friends and family with this method, but newcomer to the Pixelgasm Forums, Shelly, decided to take a picture of Mario and turn it into a bead photo.
Pretty cool, huh? Definitely something I would hang in my house for $200.
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