This is a quilt that I'm making for my nephew, my previous post is here.
I should mention that I'm using a bunch of tiny squares (instead of blocking together similarly-colored areas) because I think it looks better. To me, the grid/pixelated background just isn't the same unless it's truly made from only little squares. I contemplated piecing these guys like this, but I've found that method works better with sashing between the blocks, like on this quilt.
Invaders 1 and 2 are made with a print from Good Folks by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit, Kei Honeycomb Dots, Timeless Treasures Screen Texture, Party Dress print by Mo Bedell for Blue Hill, and Kona Turquoise. The background fabric is Kona Pepper.
The finished quilt will have several of each type of invader. For each of the Invader 1 blocks, the basic layout will look like this, but the placement of the scattered print squares will be different.
And here's the first Invader 2 block.
Just need to make several more of each of these!