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Kathy - one idea kicks off another one, and so on. So Jigidi-'time' is the issue here, creating and posting will come as time allows....... You know.PJ
When I look at what you have achieved with the different effects, I am soooo amazed. I love experimenting, as I know you do too, so I find all the different techniques that you come up with a delight and marvel at how you figured them out. With all the experimenting I do, I have yet to create what you have accomplished above. So yes, this is a definite WOW! I am so glad that you find the time to experiment when you can!!!! :-) Kathy
Goodness, Kathy - that was some compliment... Ok, thank you for your support and encouragement. My creating is depending on work hours and other engagements, so time is an issue here. This kind of creating is very fun...PJ
PJ, WOW WOW WOW!!!!!!!!! It is a shear delight to imagine where you can go from here PJ!!!!!! This is going to be interesting and I am thankful to be along for the adventure with your experimenting!!!!!! This is amazing on so many different levels. The textures, layers, dimensions, shading, colours, layout, composition....... Can't wait to see where it takes you!!!!!! The world of art and creating is at your hand............... You go girl!!!!!!!!!! Kathy :-)))))))))))))
Pat - so fun that you really enjoy it, thank you.I had some more time for Jigidi than expected - and it was so fun to experiment with effects awailable to me... All the rock like plates come from the brownish winter snow scene...PJ
Oh, my, this is super!!! I love the whole composition, and the texture on the marble/granite/slate slabs is fabulous! :-)))
Judy - thank you so much for your encouragement. I was playing with effects, not quite achieving what I wanted - so instead I posted the various elements of the experiment :-))) As you know, I'm off and on Jigidi at irregular intervals.PJ
PJ, it that is off the wall, I LOVE it. You should go wild more often. Not your usual, recognizable style, my friend, but great nonetheless. Keep letting your imagination lead you into more uncharted waters, but don't give up on the other puzzles we've loved, especially your own needlework and paintings. This is great, so please keep surprising us! I know this isn't the first time, but keep going. Thanks so much, PJ for the fun generated here.