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Thanks so much, Ardy and Jan--with such nice encouragement, I think I'll never want to stop making them! (As long as no one gets hurt in the solving, of course...!).
Got so dizzy and almost fell out of my chair. Just kidding.
Very delightful, Pat. I love your swirls every way you put them up. Thank you. Your creativity always amazes me.
I'll have to try it, lela--now just don't keep zooming to the point where you get dizzy, fall down, and break a bone--not to mention the puzzle!......
I think that's what it is, Katie--it's the only thing I did differently.
Aha! So that's it...the construction lines are gone from this one! I actually did notice that there was something different, but sure wouldn't have even known how to ask about it.
This is a good 'zoomer'......if you zoom in, it turns and pops out of the blackness!.....
I've thought and thought, Katie, but I can't come up with a way to make a puzzle that looks like a donkey--do you remember my attempt at a horse?! LOL!
Thanks, Jan and PJ! It took me a while to figure out why this one looks a bit different from similar ones I've drawn, and I realized that it's because I had switched the drawing-line width to the thinnest it goes for an earlier creation last night, and forgot to change it to my usual thicker width when I started this one. I think it made the construction lines disappear better than they usually do, and I like that...
Thanks Pat, another wonderful swirl.
And I thought of a striped tunnel worm. But, I mean that in the best way. I love your swirls, Pat. Thank you so much!
2:02 - the number one - - for a while!!
Maybe you could come up with something more like a donkey!
Thanks, Katie--I guess I can't get elephants out of my mind, with the election so close...! I'm glad you liked it.
Very tubular with great colors! Thanks Pat.