Funny story. I’ve been doing some serious reorganizing of my work space the past month. I needed to find a way to separate work from rest, so I decided it was time I make myself more of a “working area” within my home. Upon deciding this, many of my projects had to be packed away temporarily. Guess what was last to be unpacked?
My Marvel squares.
So I ended up momentarily forgetting that this little project of mine existed. Thankfully I have anxious readers who have been wondering when the next square was going to be released and they reminded me that I need to get my little butt in gear!
Hawkeye is actually one of my favourite characters in the Marvel universe. I feel like he is a bit of an unsung hero, causing him to be brooding and mysterious.
I LOVE the way this square turned out! I was worried that it wouldn’t look the way I had envisioned, but after testing it I managed to prove myself wrong.
I’m going to be quick and to the point with this post. I know many of you have been waiting for this magical moment. Here are the grids for Square #6:
As always, don’t forget to print off the grid made of letters and cross each square off as you go. It seems redundant, but I can promise you that it will save you a huge headache in the future. P stands for purple and W stands for white (yes I know it is written in black). Fairly simple!
For ease of designing the grid (and also the horrendous colour selection I had available to me through my cheap editing software), the grid is shown in a vibrant purple. I am planning on using more of a dark eggplant and white for the target. If you were wanting a bit of a darker look, you could even change the white of the target to black or dark gray!
You have a lot of free reign with this square. The colour changes are fairly simple, and we already have practice working out a circle shape from our Captain America Square. I can’t wait to see all of your creative ideas!
Don’t forget to use the hashtag #marvelgraphghan on Facebook or Instagram so I can stalk you all and creep your pictures.It really is a favourite past-time of mine.
Just joining us now? Where have you been?! If you are a little lost, here are some links to the previous squares we have done: