all I do is change colors of patterns that have already been done. I can see why one might think that, but I truly beg to differ. What would truly be a cop out is if I just kept doing different colored cobra knots and then claimed that they were "themed" because I just changed the colors right? If you go back through some of my tutorials I've made a conscious effort to choose a pattern that matches the theme or character as well. For the Hulk theme, I opted for a much thicker and robust design much like the Hulk himself. As for the more detailed designs like the Captain America, Spiderman, or Deadpool themed bracelets, you can see clear visual queues of what represent the character in mind. Such as Deadpool and Spiderman's eyes, or Captain America's uniform. Next and certainly most important is the color scheme. I often like to use no more than 3 colors, with some exceptions. The rule of three definitely works the best with colors amongst other things. Not only are the color choices important for representing a theme, but also the amount of color used. What I mean by that is which color is the most visible on the bracelet and which color is the accent color.
bracelets. Also the fun is in the challenge. I've tried in the past to come up with themes for certain characters only to not make a video about it as I felt it didn't really communicate the theme properly. But that being said, the process of creating these tutorials is the most fun for me and I truly hope that these videos benefit you! -WOE