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Thanks Ms. Wendy - the really wonderful thing will be if I remember how to do it again!!!! :~)
This is WONDERFUL, Ms. Mandy. :-)
Thanks whatnauts - I'm pleased to hear you survived your exloration and were able to return safely to leave a comment.
Thanks Gill :~)
Awesome, Mandy! Thanks so much! .... :-)
I'm so glad we got to explore further into the purple pyramid - it's beautiful in here.
LOL Judy - its soooo good to hear you're having such fun solving!!! I am having huge fun myself, and my long buried creative side is relishing being able to re-surface!!! I'd lose lots of sleep if I did this full-time, so you're quite safe! :~))
I do believe you are on fire, using different techniques and color in such dynamic ways. Hope you're having as much fun as we are in solving. I absolutely love the dimensional effects here, somewhat of an optical illusion, depending on where you stare. Absolutely fabulous. If you could do this fulltime, we'd all lose a lot of sleep trying to keep up with you.
PJ, thank you, I was really pleased with the way it turned out too:~)
Goodness Mandy - how interesting. What an intriguing and terrific design, with such fascinating use of colors and shapes.
Thank you Queenbee2b;
Pat - I love that title, thanks for suggesting it;
Barb, thanks for your comment, well done for facing your fear :~)
Kirsten, you've left a lovely comment, thank you.
This is an amazing puzzle Mandy! Beautifully lush colours, and incredible depth and dimension to the design. You really come up with some unique stuff. Thanks so much for sharing it with us. :)))
I feel like I'm looking down a giant, colourful elevator shaft .... not a good idea with my fear of heights. LOL
Good puzzle, Mandy!
If this were April, with all its tax forms and paper work, I'd title it :"The Point Of Diminishing Returns!". LOL! Great depth here--and the rectangles are both substantial and ephemeral--neat trick!