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Thank you Wendy - so fun that you found two that really pleased you. The bottom left went through a lot of experiments before it 'landed' - I too got a 'soft spot' for that one...PJ
PJ, I love the top right-hand one and the bottom left-hand one. I know they're all from the same flowers, but those are the two that stand out for me. :-)
Thank you Dagmar - happy you like the roses and the effects.This is the fourth rose I've painted digitally, and I'm playing with effects... Very intriguing and fascinating :-)PJ
An orignal way to paint roses. I always marvel at your inventiveness. :))
I googled it and there are a few more features then the one I'm using - and there is so much more to learn and experiment with. MSP follows the Microsoft package...There are many draw programs...PJ
MSP is coming out with a PRO version. Not sure if it is available yet? Have you heard or read anything about it?
Took me a minute to figure out what Katie meant by mirroring but I figured it out LOL I had noticed that your signature was backwards on I think two, and now I see and understand why. Great job again PJ :-)))))))
Katie - thank you. So fun that you too like it. I enjoy mirroring when making collections - it gives a little variation. Appreciate your noticing. PJ
Kathy - thank you, really nice that you enjoy it so much. I've painted the bouquet in MSP, and tried out a variety of fun effects. Honestly - I''m thinking of making Crewl embroideries of the two left ones....PJ
These are beautiful PJ! I really like how the bouquets are mirror images of each other. Love the frame detail of the green one.
I love this one PJ!!! The two on the left side and the bottom right one look like the roses are painted on glass with a touch of texture. They also look like they should be hanging in my windows around here as sun catchers!!!! Putting in my order for those three.....let's double that order....my mom would also get lots of enjoyment out of them :-))))))) Great job and a fun puzzle too!!!!! Kathy :-)
Thank you Mandy - I'm happy you liked the flowers - and there is a lot more to experiment with ...PJ
More lovely floaty flowers, thanks PJ, today I like the orange ones in the blue frame best!! Gorgeous :~)
Thank you Barb - I'm pleased you liked it. So - enjoy your day of Jigidi :-)PJ
It's certainly a jigidi day for me too as we are in the middle of a storm right now. Should hopefully end by tonight. Lovely puzzle, PJ, with delicate colours and pretty roses. :-)
Thank you Diane, so glad you enjoyed the rose variants - and even found them peaceful. Good thing to have puzzles handy - may as well stay indoors :-)PJ
Soft and peaceful. They kind of look like they are on plates. I am home waiting for the big snow storm.THANX