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Thanks so much, Denise. I'll have to try its resizing function, if I can figure it out--it gets frustrating to keep losing piece numbers the more I LunaPic things, so that would be very helpful!
I hope you have fun with it--it might be a bit basic for you, since you have much more complex skills already than I do, but it can be cool to play with!
Hi Pat - I just had a look at Lunapic which I have never used before, as you seem to use it to great effect. I just drew a simple swirl on paint and then uploaded to lunapic and used the mirror effect that I assume you used too. I have just posted this. Most drawings from paint would be a relatively small file size and then are uploaded to your photo editor (in this case - Lunapic). In Lunapic you can crop and resize. Again as long as you keep your resize to within 1.2 megapixels (length X width - say around 1020 x 950) you should be able to get at least 360 pieces. Anyway thanks for putting me on to Lunapic - it should add something extra to my work.
Thanks so much, whatnauts, Rainiqui, Kathy, and Denise! I think I should have called this the Miracle of the 400-Piece LunaPic! Why it was able to jig so much larger than the original puzzle I drew, which is the opposite of the norm with LunaPic, I don't know, but I'm glad it did, and that you liked that size. :-)))
Really enjoyed this Pat. What's not to like - great design, fantastic colours, a big 400 pieces AND I was 01.17 faster than Whatnauts ( this doesn't happen very often! lol))
So much fun! You've had lots of great puzzles the past two days - even while fighting bronchitis! Take good care of yourself!
Very cool Pat ~ Thanks for an enjoyable 51:13, LOL !
And it was a great solve. (50:13)
Thanks PD, I know this will be a great solve.