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Thank you so much Pat. I can't wait to get started right after work!
Thanks, whatnauts--I guess it does have that texture, doesn't it?! At least no one walked in it before it dried!http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=A1NR60NVHere's the larger one, Aishahm. Right now, it's private, but I will take it public on Friday, so if you solve it before that, your time will still be there! I have lots of heart puzzles for tomorrow, otherwise I would post it then. :-)))
So will we see a larger version of this tomorrow???????
I think this is fancy cement work. Great experiment. Thanks, PD.
Thanks so much, Aishahm and Lela--and my experiments involve no nuclear detonations, dangerous chemicals, testing on animals, or genetic modifications, so they're safe, too! :-)))
A very interesting experimental texturoony.......
This is fantastic Pat! Not as challenging as the grids but just as much fun.
Thanks so much, Mandy, Ardy, and Wendy! I saw the little yellow robots, too, and they have chocolate turtles in between them, I think! LOL! And, while I do start with a Painting I have drawn, the rest really is LunaPic, with clicks on emboss and kaleido and harsh lighting and so on--REALLY! Try putting any image you want in LunaPic--you don't have to download any program, just Google LunaPic, and then upload the image there, for free--and try pushing some of the options. It will let to remove anything you do, and it will let you do one thing on top of another, too. When you end up with one you like, then you save it to your computer. I wish you'd try, just to see how easy it really is, and that I am telling the truth! :-)))
Pat, I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this experiment. Just keep experimenting! :-)
Doing things like this and on a computer boggles my mind. Don't tell me it's just a program where you click this and then click that. I know about computer programs. They usually end up dumping me off the site completely. I can't even enter grades at school without getting the screaming willies and running for help. Your experiments are so interesting. I keep wondering what you'll come up with next. Thank you for sharing. Keep experimenting. Just don't try to tell me how you do it cause it's like Greek to me.
I love the 3 little yellow robots, a wonderful experiment, thanks Pat.
Is a texturoony something you eat with chunky tomato sauce?! LOVE it! Thanks, Katie--this one certainly turned out a bit different, I think. :-)))
I really, really like this Pat! Texture + loony = texturoony! The thumbnail cuts a lot off, so I hope your fans give it a chance. Please keep sharing experiments - I love 'em!
Thanks so much, Lesley!