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Ah, a deep-in-the-bookmarks find! LOL! Thanks, Gail! :-)))
I loved it too....thanks for the challenge!
Yes, it definitely had to do with the bigger blocks of colours :)))) And also the quadrants are more square than usual which helped with the intuitiveness part.
I'm wondering if it was also because it wasn't a swirl, with so many angles/curves to decipher the correct quadrant for, but instead had bigger blocks of color. But, since I haven't solved it (or anything else while I'm up here), I'm just guessing, of course! :-DDD
This was great, PD. Comparing flies to flies, I think this one was easier than most, mostly because I found it intuitive. Thanks much :)))
Thanks so much, Clogster, whatnauts, and reasontoparty! :-)))Since I've returned to reading this summer, I've been sort of sporadic with my Jigidi designing and solving, so I've started to make use of any day or night that I feel creative, and make as many puzzles as I can think of, instead of just one for each profile. I'll draw and color and than I'll LunaPic as many ways as I think will work, and I'll queue up everything in as many sizes as I need, right then. That means that I won't have time for solving, but it also means that I'll have a nice size collection of puzzles ready to post, so that for the next few days, if I feel like reading instead of creating, I won't be empty-handed. I just got lucky that the computer failed the morning after one of those bursts of creativity. But now the cupboard is just about bare.......
Loved this puzzle, thanks!
This is a wonderful fly, PD.I'm curious - do you usually queue up several days' worth of puzzles? Or did you just get lucky, or perhaps I should say we, the puzzlers, your adoring fans, got lucky :))))
that really was a difficult one! enjoyed it though...