Beaded pixels: an experimental animation

As I mentioned before, after learning how to bead I became fascinated with this idea of each bead as a pixel. Here is a short animation that took me 3 weeks to bead (and 1 hour to put together :)).

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  1. Cynthia,
    Your beaded animation is a lot of fun!! I enjoyed watching it and look forward to see where you go from here.
    Shari

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