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Well, I put it back in LunaPic to sharpen it, and then I put it in Paint to stretch it, and I think it's a little better, so I will definitely post it. Now the question is, how large would you like it?! I apparently did a major stretching job, so it will go to 361, but I doubt that's what you had in mind! (But if it is, just say so--I'll do it!). What size would you like, Gail--anything at all is fine with me! Thanks!
Thanks, Pat. If it's blurry, I'll understand why you don't post it larger.
Of course, Gail! I'll post it tomorrow, because there are two others that people asked for larger that I'm posting today. But I'm not sure if it will look good larger, because the pieces looked blurry to me even in the 49 size. If I think it doesn't look right, I'll either make it not too large, or I'll make it large but as a private puzzle, if that's okay with you.
This was fun, Pat. Could you make it with more pieces?
No, it isn't that easy--some of the colors are really similar! Thanks, Mary!
So different and not as easy as it looks! LOL 5:04 Thanks, Pat!
Thanks, Katie and Jan--must keep you on your toes with a bit of novelty now and then! :-D
It does, Ardy?! Thank goodness! I do have a warped sense of humor...!
Thanks Pat. That makes sense!
Well, that was fun for a change! Thanks so much, Pat.
Superior puzzle Pat! Very fun to put together - thanks!
LunaPic calls this the "Warhol Effect", like his paintings with Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's Soup cans, where there are 9 squares, each with a different coloring, of the same image. And Warhol spoke about everyone having his 15 minutes of fame. So I sort of reversed the word order, as fame for fifteen (minutes)...! :-)))
Great puzzle, Pat, but I don't understand the significance of the title. But I had fun anyway. Thanks.