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Honestly, it's easier to create on the computer than in real life, where you have nothing but your own thumbs (and fingers!) to work with, instead of a zillion programs that will do the stuff for you! If you check out my hand drawn puzzles, you'll see just what I mean--kindergarten kids can draw better! LOL! At least the computer will make a straight line, or a properly curved oval, and not the shaky shapes I manage by hand..... :0(((
Fascinating effect...I'm glad you figured out how to do this. I'm all thumbs when it comes to doing anything artistic on the computer. I do a lot of arts and crafts with my grandkids but somehow that doesn't translate when I mess around with programs.
I used an animation called transitions, with the specific type called interweave. It slowly changes one image into another, in a tiny square pattern, starting with the upper left section and continuing down to the lower right. I then chose a frame in that animation that showed the transition about halfway through, hence the strong net design in the center, with it starting to disappear in the upper left, and just starting to appear in the lower right. So you're absolutely right--there are 3 puzzles in one! And from the times on the leader board, I can see that I made a monster! LOL! Thanks so much! :-)))))
Absolutely amazing. Weird effect especially apparent in the upper left quadrant where the fore and backgrounds kind of shift between each other. Teehee I must have spent at least half an hour just examining it after I was finally done. This one seems more like three puzzles in one =)))