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Thank you, Kirsten. I was working on some bird images today and some really look nothing like birds or feathers! LOL. But it's fun!
I was trying to be a bit cagey there, Gail, and not name the filter you use for the bursts. I think I know what it's called, and which program you use for it.And I say keep getting carried away! Your work is lovely, and has found a real fan base!
Burst is not in the name of the filter I used for the bursts. Like I told Barb, you put it through enough different kaleido makers and filters, you get something completely different! I do like how yours look something like the original though. I guess I just get carried away.
Yes, nothing remains sacred on Jigidi for very long. Specially in the kaleido market. There are SO many kaleidos on Jigidi right now, it's crazy. So I think it's good to have something a bit different, and I hope for you that no one discovers how you do these ones for a long time. And I think the downer about your bursts, is in the name of the filter that you make them with. People who are looking for kaleidoscope makers may be attracted to it. Ah well. What can we do?And I did see the original! I can't believe how you transform these images - you're very clever!! :)))
Thank you, Kirsten. It's a matter of time before someone else discovers this filter. You are right; it does look like some Thai fabric. I still love the regular kaleidoscopes best, though. I noticed some other people have discovered how to make the kaleido bursts. Did you see the original of this one? Look below for the link.
I love how you found such a unique style Gail. It's a whole new genre of kaleidos. This one reminds me of gorgeous woven fabric from somewhere like Thailand. It's very exotic and beautiful. Thanks so much. :)))
I'm glad you found it, Barb. Like I said, put it through enough different filters, you get something completely different!
You're right, I am surprised, Gail. Cute cake and lovely kaleido. :-)
I'm glad you enjoyed the puzzle. You would be surprised to see the cake, Barb. Here is a link to a private puzzle showing the cake.http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=XLS3MH12Put it through the mixer enough and.... LOL
The icing on the cake must have been spectacular, Gail. Perhaps an orange and cherry cake? Enjoyed the bright colours and pattern. Fun to solve. :-)