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whatnauts, I know that you'll never be a completely reformed person but the fact that you've done some reforming needs to be acknowledged and praised. LOL!
I'm only reformed on some puzzles - I'd like to say I will never be totally reformed, but the only thing which could change me permanently would be a physical ailment.
Jan, I don't think GIMP can be used for kaleidoscopes...or at least I've never seen that option there. It looks like you're using Lunapic which makes for some great kaleidoscopes, and then of course, Krazydad is great as well.
Anyway, it's obvious that you have an excellent eye. :-)
whatnauts, it's amazing how much you've reformed. ;-)
Thank you very much, Mandy. You'll know how to do this soon enough. ;-)
On another note, I LOVE the fact that you returned my frog. :-)
What a lovely flurry of transclucent tissue paper. Thanks Wendy
Ah, yes, a much more manageable size puzzle. Delightful!
Thank you Wendy - your positive support means a lot. I will do more testing with kaleidos, and look into GIMP later.
HOLY MACKEREL, Jan! I just clicked on your name and saw that you made a FABULOUS kaleidoscope puzzle for yesterday!
Jan, the creativity in this one really has more to do with picking out the proper image to play with than anything else. I used one of the puzzles I had already created as a base, one that I knew would 'work' with the program I used (GIMP).
What a splendid design. Beautiful. Is this done in a specific dataprogram, in addition to your own creativity?
LOL! WOW, Barb! You sure were quick on the draw! Of course, it's for you. :-)
Wow, Wendy!!! Did you do this just for me? Thank you so much. It is lovely, wish I had all these wonderful tissues to wrap my next presents. :-)