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Nice, Gail, thanks a lot...! LOL! No, I don't even know what that is. (Now there's a surprise, right?!). I did it the way I wrote below, with alternate harsh lightning and embossing. That combo tends to create not just new colors, but double sections of colors where I had only one--that's why the orange has the dark squares, and, if you look closely, the magenta has orangey-pink squares. I never know what LunaPic will change it too, color-wise!
I just checked it, Lajuin, and will definitely watch the video! Thanks for getting this out to the Jigidi community!!!
The things a Loonie can do when you hand her a laptop and mouse! Was this the HDR effect? I use that one in nearly every one of my puzzles.
Hi pd - Please see my puzzle http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=HD9L91XNI want a million looks even if not solves
Thanks, Ardy and Mandy! :-)))
Lovely lunapic transformation, thanks Pat :~)
Fun, Pat. Thanks. Makes me think of teaching graphing in math class!
Thanks, Katie! I made one last night with the colors Barb suggested, so that will be coming up soon, too. :-)))
I love this loonied grid Pat! Great colors! I'm so glad you have such fun making these, because I have fun solving them!
Thanks, Barb and Aishahm! This is the same grid I made for Katie, but I used LunaPic with its harsh lighting and embossing, and it managed to turn pink into navy blue, and orange into black-centered squares! I have no idea what algorithms LunaPic uses to decide what an embossed color will change into, but it's always a fun surprise! :-)))
Pat, keep the grids coming.
I really do enjoy these grid puzzles, Pat, even though I think of them as crazy crosswords. Thanks for a fun solve. :-)