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Wouldn't recommend it LOL
Hmmm...wonder if I should take this one along to the eye doctor on my next visit?
Oops! Didn't realise this one was so dangerous! So glad you're safe :-) Thanks, Michelle.
Once my retinas recovered, I was able to finally get it done (2:47) and I am not even going to try to re-do it to beat my own time. Step away from the edge...I'm falling into it! (Wonderfully fun puzzle, Chrissie!)
LOL... thank goodness for frames! Thanks for letting me know how you enjoyed it, Diane. Chrissie from warm and sunny Western Australia :-)
I must say, I was thankful for the framing,at least that gave me a start. Then I enjoyed the rest of the puzzle. Thank you. DIANE FROM COLD N.J.
But be forewarned, my dear friend... it could be addictive :-))I am about to start on my first one!
Zentangle? I will look into it for sure. Thanks!.... :-)))
Thanks, whattie. You also beat carthill. It gave me pause for thought that snooker and I are even ahead of you. Maybe it's not a Bad Hair Day... could it be that our minds are as contorted as these shapes and we can solve it faster? Scary thought!
Happy to have created some wild exercise for your eyes! Thanks, Patti :-)
Oh, Snooks, you made me laugh with that one! Could be carthill is having a bad hair day - it's not like us to be ahead :-)
No worries, mate. It's care of the GPO, Melbourne!Well done on spotting the wall. I thought no-one would notice :-) This flamin' BluTak is hard to shift LOL.
Thanks, Rosie. You're a brave one - no complaints over eye strain LOL.
Jill dearest, there was no Aboriginal art influence - at least, not consciously! I drew a simple geometric design and distorted the shape. I then added various layer styles to sections to build a gymnasium for the eyes :-) By the by, have you tried Zentangle? I've been reading up on the subject. It's what a lot of us have done for many years but we didn't have a label for it.
Wonderful design, foxy. Thanks very much :)
Wild and fun! Thanks Foxy!
Nice purple gem in the center. We both beat carthill - gonna be a good day.
Goodness me, Chrissie! I need your address, so I can send my optometrists bill to you! That was eyeboggingly bright!! But good fun. Thanks!! :)))But once I had unboggled my poor eyes, I couldn't help but notice that you have the wall that you hung this on, still attached!! LOL
Wonderful, crazy, wavy with incredible color variations. Love it. Thanks, Rosie
Perhaps some Aboriginal art influence? I have an appreciation of Aboriginal art; it uses bold lines, shapes, and colors that are so appropriate for enhancement of the imagery..... a long winded way of saying I like this very much, T! The solve was great fun also. Thanks, dear one!... :-)))
Thanks, Mr O. Maybe even gymnastic classy? :-)
Ah, Suzy, at our ages what else do we expect LOL. Thanks :-)
You may have the fittest eyes in the West, LJ :-)
Real classy, Chrissie.
I am not that flexible anymore! Fine creation :)
It sure did give my eyes a workout!