Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.
Thanks so much, Gail--I was just writing on the medium size that this is one of my all-time favorites, and it's so nice to know that you like it, too! :-)))
It's like a colorful M.C. Escher piece ~ lovely to look at, but impossible in reality. Great puzzle, Pat.
Thanks, Barb, Katie, PJ, Ardy, and Mandy--I'm so glad you like this, because the more I look at it, the happier I am with it. (So much for modesty...!). So, if I've got the influences/techniques that I used straight, it's a non-swirl swirl, non-maze maze, hexagonal borders puzzle...I think! :-)))
Cool puzzle, Pat - the perspective really messes my head - but I'm trying to be careful, as I don't want to fall into that black hole!!
Sometimes it's concave. Sometimes it's convex Sometimes the shapes change from domes to walls. I see something different each time I look. Thanks, Pat.
Pat, I too think this one is cool. Such a fun and wonderful figure, loved the hexagon pattern.PJ
Cool + strange + weird = fun non-swirl Pat! I like the alternating shades of color in the non-rings.
Well, it's kind of like a swirl, but with straight lines. :-))Love your puzzles, Pat, thanks. :-)
Thanks, Wendy and Lela--I was going to make another one of my non-swirl swirls, this time with hexagons, when I decided to connect the corners instead (probably because I did it recently on that "maze" one, and liked the look). It is weird, isn't it?! Cool! LOL!
Whoa, Pat! This is another cool one with strange angles. And I LOVE the colors!