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When I made this, I used a LunaPic program called blurry borders that sort of "bleeds" whatever colors are touching the perimeter into a broad border. Those colors are always paler, sometimes much paler, versions of the real ones, and that's what gave it the muted look here. Thanks, Rosie!
Love this design and the swirly edging really fits. The colors seem muted for some reason but I can't figure out why. Very interesting and fun. Thanks, Rosie.
It isn't that hard, because the colors are pretty distinctive, plus the pale edges help in placing the two versions of the same color. Have fun! :-)))
I'm trying to get to the large version tonight, but it may be tomorrow. I did see that you've got one tough time to beat. : )
Thanks, whatnauts and Pleasebenign. I'm happy you liked it! (I had fun doing the large version as well). :-)))
I liked this; thank you for sharing.
This is wonderful, PD. Thanks much :)))
Thanks, PJ and Jan--was this a bit like surfing in a tie-dye solution?! LOL! :-)))
Now THAT's what I call shootin' the curl! Fabulous fun! love the wavyness and the colors overlapping. Thanks, Pat!!1:50
Pat - yes, I enjoyed this warm, soft, springtime feeling. Thanks for this nice variation.PJ
This is a combo of waving and swirling, but just a little of each, which I thought looked calmer, touched-by-a-zephyr-looking than some of the frantic windstorm ones I've made! Thanks, Ardy, roseheather, and Edie.
Love your wavy edges Pat. It suits the swirl perfectly. Thanks, very enjoyable.
Lovely. The swirls are pleasing. ; )
Love this, Pat. A giant swirl showing it's origins with the colors pouring in to meet and swirl around. wonderful fun. Thank you.