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Ope Ope/Mera Mera/Gomu Gomu no Mi by MagicPearls Ope Ope/Mera Mera/Gomu Gomu no Mi by MagicPearls
Picture taken in our backyard. xD 
Nothing really advanced about these beadsprite as there is minimal shading, but I'm quite proud of making the pattern for the Ope Ope (right) and Mera Mera (middle) no mi myself. :D
The Gomu Gomu no Mi (right) is an altered version of a beadsprite I found! Anyhow, I think they look quite cool!

Gomu found on Flickr by natingle42 (however I altered/changed the pattern here and there to improve for my taste): www.flickr.com/photos/95581709…
The pattern for the other two can I created and can be found here: magicpearls.deviantart.com/art…


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Volifear Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2017
Hello!
Nice work, really good work!
What colo did you use for the mera mera no mi and ope ope no mi?
I want to try them but i'm not sure about what color to use :D (Big Grin) 
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MagicPearls Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hey, sorry for the late reply! 
Thank you! :)

For the fruit part of the Ope Ope no Mi, I used Maroon from Photopearls (www.bakerskidscrafts.com/store…) and Burgundy from Hama (www.bakerskidscrafts.com/store…). The stalk part are two greens, but I used Artkal S71 and Artkal S20. 

For the fruit part of the Mera Mera no Mi, I used Orange from Hama (www.bakerskidscrafts.com/store…), Orange from Photopearls (www.bakerskidscrafts.com/store…) and and for the third either Artkal S39 or Teddy Bear from Hama (www.bakerskidscrafts.com/store…). The stalk part is Artkal S76 and Azure from Hama (www.bakerskidscrafts.com/store…).

You can of course change out colors, depending on what you have available. Just let me know if you have any more questions. ^_^
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Volifear Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2017
Thank you, i didn't know that we could use mix different brands, i was affraid of a massive fail when heating them :D
I'll try this, but some brands are hard to find in my country ^^
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MagicPearls Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
No problem! ^-^
While mixing different brands may not be optimal, it works pretty good when you feel a bit more comfortable with ironing. 
I would recommend starting with Hama (cheap and has base colors), and then try to get hold of Artkal for better quality and tons of more colors! :)
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Volifear Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2017
Okay, thanks for the advice! ;-)
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