Perler Practice – Attack on Titan, Recon Corps

I didn’t do a great job with taking photos this time around, but I did take some photos of things I left out in the previous post!

My next project was to do the Attack on Titan Recon Corp symbol. I wanted to make this for my brother-in-law. I’m not familiar with the show and I haven’t watched it, so I had to pull a lot of information from the internet. I prayed that I made the symbol correctly!

So after placing the beads on the Perler pegboard, I taped it up and poked holes into every single bead.

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I then flipped it over and put parchment paper on top. This is the side that’s going to get ironed down – the back side. Some people like this backside image more because it gives that pixel look, but I like the front side more where you can see the beads. I also think the colors are much more vibrant on the front side. I think the backside is cool looking, but it’s still just the back!

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I didn’t take a photo of the completed piece and I already gave it to my brother-in-law so I can’t take photos of it. The only problem I ran into with this project is that the tape got stuck to the design when I was done ironing it. I’m pretty sure this was caused by “bad” tape. Luckily, I finished the roll of tape I had with this project 🙂

Recon Corp
Approximately 5.00″ x 8.00″
Pattern Width: 22
Pattern Height: 39
Total Colors: 5
Total Bead Count: 1123

I didn’t measure this piece so the measurements above are just a guess!

Anyways, let me know your thoughts and/or questions. I would love to hear from you!

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2 thoughts on “Perler Practice – Attack on Titan, Recon Corps

  1. Pretty nice having not so many colors to use finally, lol. I unfortunately still haven’t watched attack on titan either. We started to watch it when I had people over but I was too busy hosting to watch much of it.

    How come no finished pictures?? You were doing so good! I’m glad that tape is done though, seemed less than impressive.

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