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Oh, my goodness, I don't think I would ever have had the will power to start over again at that point--wow!!! You are one determined solver! Im so glad you "enjoyed" it! LOL! Thanks so much, Darla! :-)))
Holy Moly Pat, this had to be one of hardest puzzles I've solved in a long while. Ooooh but what fun I had!!! Have to say, I had it 65% solved when Jigidi bugged out on me & wouldn't bring up the puzzle pieces when I hit the continue button so I had to start it all over, what frustration!!! But it was so much fun to solve, thank you.
It was a lot of things, like hair-tearing and frustrating and maddening, but "fabulous fun"?!!! Really?Thanks, Mandy! :-)))))
Pat - that was fabulous fun, many thanks :~)
Thank you, baglady! I wish you had signed in when you solved it, because you would have had your name on the board, probably permanently, given how few solvers this has! LOL!
loved it-a good difficult one with great colors-thanks
If you mean the one I gave a link to, no way! This was more than hard enough!
Whew! That must be a super-monster! Are you actually working it in a large size?So cool how the LunaPic can can transform an image - amazing!!
http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=V0YN4JJQThis is what it looked like originally! No clues there!And the puzzle that started it is this one:http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=SVEKNR14
Ah, I've trapped another unsuspecting fly in my web! The funny part is, this started as a really simple hand-drawn squiggle puzzle, which I haven't posted yet. I then just kept using the mirror and copy of LunaPic, until the pattern repeated so much that it became tiny. But at that point it really would have been more like a ten hour monster, because there were no extra colors in it. I'm on the iPad right now, so I can't give you a link to what it looked like, but I will later. I might have gone with it, but it was sooooo dark, so I decided to brighten it by adding colors to the tiny black areas between the images. Since each area to color was just a few pixels or so, it took almost as long to color it as it is taking me to solve it! LOL! But at least it now has clues! I'm glad you enjoyed it, Kathy!
tugman-worthy it was! First monster I've done in a while and I loved it - thanks Pat!
2:03:21=57%. HAHAHAHA! (Sorry, I'm losing my mind here...!) :-)))
Oh WOW!!! Pat I so want to do this one... but if I start now I won't get any sleep tonight... my daughter arrives again tomorrow and I have heaps to do first!!! I'll be back!!!!