Zelda Dangerous Alone 3D Depth Cross Stitch

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Title: Dangerous Alone
Date Completed: April 2015
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 14
Video Game: Zelda
In all my video game stitching career I’ve never stitched anything Zelda related. Whats that all about?
I’ve tried creating a 3D depth image before without success, and realised I needed something a lot smaller scale. I figured, what better than the classic “Dangerous to go alone!’ scene?

Colour Changing Tie Clips

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Title: Colour Changing Tie Clips
Date Completed: March 2015
Design: Lord Libidan
Following my last tie clips, I’ve seen a lot of colours tie bars in GQ, and mens’s magazines. Well, I wanted in. As a result I’ve designed and printed a two part tie bar that you can change the top of in under 5 seconds, this means you get get 9 coloured tie clips the price of a plain metal one. You can pick them up on my store at Shapeways
metal-w-500

Team Rocket Typography Cross Stitch

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Title: Team Rocket Typography
Date Completed: March 2015
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 18
Video Game: Pokemon
A return to pokemon! I’ve always loved typography (and have always been useless at it), but recent Portal lemon rant stitches I’ve seen have made me take stock. Maybe I could do something like that? And what better than the motto of Team Rocket from Pokemon Series 1 & 2.
Prepare for trouble!
Make it double!
To protect the world from devastation!
To unite all peoples within our nation!
To denounce the evils of truth and love!
To extend our reach to the starts above!
Jessie! James!
Team Rocket, blast off at the speed of light!
Surrender now, or prepare to fight!
Mewoth that’s right!
I’d like to thank the fantastic members of SpriteStitch for spell checking it for me. Where would I be without you guys?

Dead Space Marker Cross Stitch

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Title: Dead Space Marker
Date Completed: January 2015
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 14
Video Game: Dead Space Trilogy
Before I upgraded to the new generation consoles, I worked through a massive backlog of games I was yet to play. In that pile was the whole Dead Space trilogy. I started off hating it, not being much of a horror game fan, but an hour in my heart was pounding and I was loving it. I really wanted to capture the ideology side of the second and third games so went with a marker, using the red and black vibe I’m currently on.

Last Of Us Cross Stitch Watch

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Title: Last Of Us Watch
Date Completed: December 2014
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 18
Video Game: The Last Of Us
I used to have a 360, so never got to play The Last Of Us, however when I got my new PS4, it came with it in all its remastered glory. My play through just so happened to co-inside with a Sprite Stitch challenge of ‘wearables’. Who was I to say no?
This is the non-broken version, however you can find the other one here.

Last Of Us Broken Cross Stitch Watch

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Title: Broken Last Of Us Watch
Date Completed: December 2014
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 18
Video Game: The Last Of Us
I used to have a 360, so never got to play The Last Of Us, however when I got my new PS4, it came with it in all its remastered glory. My play through just so happened to co-inside with a Sprite Stitch challenge of ‘wearables’. Who was I to say no?
This is the broken version, however you can find the other one here.

Why Is X-Stitch Important? – TED

Recently my friend and fellow stitcher Mr X Stitch was invited to talk at a TED conference.

Not only do I believe in every word he says (I’m an artist), but he also mentions some of my works