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A Different Angle

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Note for Michelle :-)
This was created at 72 pdi and is 2800 x 2100 pixels in dimension and has a 4:3 ratio.
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foxymoron

New York, dear girl, New York! The Museum of Modern Art, no less! Only the best for my mate and client :-)) Keep publishing those puzzles but only if you aren't too tired, mind.

I'm sorry you have this bother with the regular glasses. The only consolation is that the PC ones are peachy. Don't fret over the creative juices being stifled. Inspiration can hit at any time. You might be waiting in one of the ologists places and see something that triggers a design idea. Keep pencil and notebook handy for as sure as night follows day you'll forget what it was LOL.

OK, I'm off to check the other comments... fairly makes me dizzy some days :-)

HeyJudeNM

Chrissie, too late, I've been moved to this desert and left to publish or perish, so I decided to publish...puzzles that is. Good thing or you wouldn't claim me as your mate and future celeb. The new glasses for the computer are great, but I still see double in the regular ones. That means another trip to the opthamologist (don't you love ologists?) to get a new perscription with prisms. Fortunately, I have 60 days to return the glasses for new lenses without being charged. I'm disappointed cuz I wanted this all to end. The glasses must be sent out again, no 1 hour service.

It is soooo great not needing my magnifying glass to see menus and toolbars on my screen. Every time I needed a quick shape, etc. I had to use the m. glass and make sure the cursor was pointed at the correct shape/item. It was painstakingly slow but worth it to me to enjoy the creative process.

Will share more in awhile. My life has gotten busier, and I stay exhausted. I just hope it won't stifle the creative juices. I'm feverishly working to get enough finished works for my opening show. On another puzz, I asked what MoMor is. I guess I'm a country bumpkin--no a desert refugee who knows nothing, especially when questioned by authorities. LOL Just wanted to know location of that booking.

foxymoron

You're right... blue is so unbecoming as a facial tone, Judy. I shall not desert you or even leave you in the desert :-)

So pleased that you have the new glasses! How are they working out? Good for the PC?

Ooroo :-)

HeyJudeNM

Well I called her my manager, Foxy, and got grief. I'll get it straight...but please don't hold your breath. That would be very unhealthy, and I want you well to start working on my makeover, so we can get you 10% of something. We gotta start bringing in the dough! Please don't desert me!!!

I did get new glasses yesterday, & I think they make the right fashion statement. LOL. G'day!

foxymoron

Slapping head - of course, you knew. How could I have thought otherwise! So sorry, Mr O. Must have been having a Senior's Moment :-)

foxymoron

Thanks, Judy :-)

BTW, it's Manager, Manager (you know... 10% etc)... Ms Sally is Your Official Art Critic :-)))))

oddio

Foxy, I am slow returning to this... but I wasn't REALLY that slow figgerin out your riddle first place. :>)

HeyJudeNM

I just found this beauty. Congrats on a wonderful puzz. I do love all the patterns; they really do work well together, and I like the log cabin effect. If Jill approves, you know you've done something right. Take care my friend/critic.

foxymoron

I asked Sally translate the noogie bops for me :-) I didn't see the show but she remembers it. I didn't know it came from there!

laurajane

Jeepers, I haven't been called a fink since Wally and the Beav ganged up on Eddie Haskell and gave him noogie bops.

foxymoron

Bachelor of Science, not the other BS, you Wally!
Add Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Medicine and you have three degrees below....
You'll work it out from there :-)

foxymoron

Thanks muchly, LJ! You beat me, you fink :-)))

oddio

Fox, I know what the BS at the bottom of your comment means, and it fits ya, but what is the rest of that alphabet about???

laurajane

I enjoyed your puzzle, foxy. Thank you!

foxymoron

You're right, Mr O!

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foxymoron

Thank you, dearest! It might indeed look good hanging from a wall. I haven't yet printed one of my puzzle art pieces. May have to tack that idea at the end of the agenda :-))

oddio

Whew! I think it's about 90 degrees in here!

art4sight

This would make a really cool wall hanging. It could be entitled "non fabric quilt". Quite serious this time, dear one! This was most enjoyable. Thanks!

foxymoron

G'day Fay, thanks. I quite liked the patterns in this one and especially the jewel in the centre but it wouldn't do on a real quilt... not too comfy, mate :-)

foxymoron

Thanks, Katie. It's based on the Log Cabin quilt block... much easier to make a virtual quilt than a real one :-)

foxymoron

Hoots of laughter! Snooker dearest, you are the most addicted chocoholic I have had the pleasure of knowing :-)

faye

This a real beauty, thanks Chrissie.

buckeye425

Excellent design Chrissie!

snooker

It doesn't? Thought I saw a little chocolate hidden in there. Dang.

foxymoron

Thanks, Snooker dearest... you like it even if it has no chocolate LOL.

foxymoron

Thanks, Mimi - think I've got them all cornered :-)

foxymoron

Thanks, Michelle. I hadn't seen the other puzzle with the tapestry - not much Jigidi time today... running errands and a dental appointment. I'll check it out later and leave a comment on it. If you like I will make a loon custom shape for your cookie cutter. If that's the case, please go to one of my very old puzzles and leave your email addy if you're comfortable with that and I'll email it to you. As soon as I've seen your message I'll delete the puzzle so no-one else will be able to see it. It's unlikely anyone will check through dozens of puzzles to find it :-)

snooker

A beauty to be sure.

mipahollo1

And a very good angle it is!

puzzaddled

ps: Did you see this one? http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=XJ9AGP2C
I made an attempt to answer a comment and hope that I got it right...too much a newby to be really answering these questions...oh, well, fools rush in and all that!

puzzaddled

When I solved it, I could see the clarity of pattern. Especially with the complicated series of patterns and textures that you have going here. This is a good example to illustrate this, thank you Chrissie. And a quilt too! Okay, maybe not with the jewel, but it is such a beautiful jewel (amethyst perhaps?)!

(I did do the outline of the loon...I had cribbed one from the net and drew over it. That's when I found out I couldn't make a cookie cutter out of it. Alas Poor Yorick...)

foxymoron

Thanks again, Shirley :-) I couldn't resist that jewel in the centre!

shirley68

What a wonderful puzzle, right down to the jewel in the center, Many Thanks, Chrissie. :):)

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