Stop motion Perler Beads

Go ape for Donkey Kong's birthday with this stop-motion homage

It’s hard to believe that Donkey Kong turns 34 today, considering he’s still throwing barrels with the same verve he did in 1981. Back then, Nintendo’s American headquarters was operating out of a warehouse owned by Mario Segale, who became the namesake for ’s nemesis (originally known as “Jumpman.”)

It’s also hard to decide what to get a Kong who already has everything; what else does gorilla need, besides Pauline, assorted scaffolding and ladders, and a seemingly endless supply of highly combustible barrels. If you’re Youtube user GuizDP, you can make some pixel art to honor the arcade hit.

Using little more than a black sheet and a mind-numbing amount of perler beads, GuizDP has faithfully recreated not just the level design for Donkey Kong, but even an accurate rendering of the barrel timing and the pattern of Mario-jumps required to successfully summit the building and rescue Pauline. Game on.

Nice Buckeye Nice Buckeye Blue Fish Scale Engraved Leaf Pendant Beads of String Adjustable Length Leather Wrap Bracelet
Jewelry (Nice Buckeye)
  • High quality made by durable leather
  • Great looking stylish, handmade
  • Unisexwrist wrap bracelet ,adjustable length, fitting all size wrist
  • Embellished with beads
  • It is about 2.17 inches to 3.34 inches in diameter
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    • you can make your own patterns by finding a simple picture of the character you want, putting it in paint, going up to the top where it says select (in the image section) and click the arrow below it that unfolds a menu, push select all then push the re-size button (next to select in the image section), you will probably have to change it so it re-sizes by pixels ( at the very top of the new window there should be to places to check; percent and pixels, check pixels), after-wards change the pixels to the dimensions of your Perler bead pegboard. this should get you an image that you can …