Release Date: 2008-02-24
Number of Patterns: 20
Longtime SegPlay contributor, Susan Richardson, has created a second exciting set of mutli-colored images for us to use with SegPlayPC These chromatic patterns are a joy to look at and utilize a vivid color palette. If you enjoyed coloring the first ChromaBlend set, you’ll enjoy these new 20 abstract patterns as well.
Release Date: 2013-08-24
Number of Patterns: 16
Cimabue – Florentine Painter
Cimabue (c. 1240 – 1302) also known as Bencivieni di Pepo was a Florentine Painter and a creator of mosaics. He was a pioneer in transforming the prevailing art style from a flat and stylized form into one that was more natural with subtle effects such as shading and realistic proportions. His most documented works include a Crucifix in the Basilica di Santa Croce, Maestà in San Francesco at Pisa, and Madonna with Child Enthroned, Four Angels and St. Francis at Assisi. Our pattern set includes these works with some details made into individual patterns and others paintings including The Madonna in Majesty, The Capture of Christ, The Flagellation of Christ, and Madonna di Castelfiorentino.
Release Date: 2009-11-30
Number of Patterns: 48
Claude Monet – Founder of French Impressionism
Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a founder of an artist movement known as Impressionist painting. In fact, the term Impressionism is derived from the title of one of his paintings ‘Impression, Sunrise’ which was done in 1872. His wife’s name was Camlile and she was the subject of several of his paintings (The Woman in the Green Dress, The Woman in the Garden, The Red Kerchief) as was his first son Jean (Hobby Horse). He lived in various cities throughout his live including Paris, Normandy, London, Vétheuil, Vernon, and Giverny where many of his well-known garden scenes were painted. Our pattern set includes a vast selection of Monet’s art pieces and series. You’ll find many well known paintings including Impression, Sunrise, Woman in the Green Dress, Houses of Parliament, Haystacks, Water Lilies, Nympheas, Rouen Cathedral, and Bouquet of Sunflowers. There’s also a self-portrait of Monet included in this large set.
Release Date: 2008-01-20
Number of Patterns: 21
Clowns amuse us with their big smiles, zany antics, stylistic makeup, and colorful costumes. They’re associated with circuses, carnivals, parades, and other public events where they are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face from young to old. Our SegPlayPC set includes 21 patterns which show clowns at their funniest: playing with dogs, carrying an overflowing suitcase, riding a unicycle, blowing noise makers, juggling, shadow boxing, and hiding in boxes. You’ll definitely enjoy coloring their tacky costumes and humorous gags.
Release Date: 2008-12-08
Number of Patterns: 20
Coffee is a widely consumed beverage prepared from beans of the coffee plant. The beans are generally roasted and stored. When coffee is prepared, the beans are ground and then brewed which means that water is passed over the grounds absorbing their flavor. Our set of coffee patterns is based on a fun set of coffee-related illustrations which show people drinking coffee, as well as coffee machines, and coffee pitchers and cups.
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.