I am always in awe of anyone who can cross-stitch a huge, detailed design and this Conker the Squirrel by Geek Craft reader Mrs. Evil Tedi is no exception. She used cross-stitch design software to make the pattern from the Xbox game Conker Live and Reloaded. I can’t even image how long this must have taken to complete.
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Big thanks to everyone who submitted a geek craft! Through the very scientific process of my husband and I picking the entries we liked best, here are the winners:
ICandee made this scene from Mario Brothers in polymer clay.
Tae submitted this absolutely amazing Millennium Falcon cake on Ace of Cakes. How could anyone stand to cut this one up?
Taine HR, Lyrical Devil, JasonT, Tae and ICandee – send your real name and address to email@example.com so I can send you your prize packs!
- Mario in Polymer Clay
- Millennium Falcon Cake
- Crocheted Pi Symbol
- Star Wars Bantha Plush
- Zelda Triforce Drink
Miss Cuddlefish at craftster made this Mario Bros. Zen Garden for her boyfriend’s birthday.
With the Invincibility Star on the outside and a teeny Mario and a Koopa on the inside, to keep you company while you tend your garden, this is one set sure to bring out the Buddhist in any geek.
Ben Fry has made these incredibly intricate illustrations using Atari source codes. The Pac-Man Illustration, pictured above, is the most complicated of the set which are now available for purchase at his site, distellamap.
The whole set is amazing, I wouldn’t think that source codes could be considered “artwork” but these are really cool, and I could definitely see them framed somewhere in my house.