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Thanks for not minding! :-)))I know that I always enjoy it when people explain how they did something, and not just on Jigidi--sharing a recipe that produces a really wonderful dinner from unexpected ingredients, or maybe a magic trick that seems impossible until they explain it...... And I also like to share the discoveries I make when creating puzzles, the odd combination of steps that leads to an unexpected effect, or that strange thing that happened when I recolored something I'd j-pegged... That's something I really love about Jigidi--the way we share our information and techniques and programs, so we can all be as creative as we can be!
I don't mind either. I actually find the details of your creative process rather fascinating.
I don't mind, I enjoy the details.
Thanks, Katie, Lela, Suzy, Ardy, and whatnauts! It would be cool to see this rotating, either overhead from the ceiling of a porch, or as a cloth pinwheel in the flower bed! And if it's also a flying insect, what a groovy garden it would be! LOL! When I make the ones I always title "butterfly", or a variant on that, I don't actually kaleido the original Paint image. I just mirror-and-copy it, usually twice, and then implode it so it pinches in towards the middle, giving it that butterfly shape. This one really wasn't made that way at all, but with several rounds of kaleido-ing instead. That's why it has those spiky areas, which I really like! I don't know why I am telling you all of this, except that I always do seem to want to share the details...hope you don't mind... :-)))
Thanks so much, brooks423--I love to hear from the people who solve these, and I really appreciate the comments!
Between the beautiful butterflies, magnificent moths and fabulous flowers, I've got to see your garden!!
I like it Pat. It's a cheerful and colorful moth. Adds a bright spot to a dull day. I haven't looked outside for a couple of hours to see if that rain turned into snow or not. Thanks,
If you blow on it very, very, hard, it turns like a pinwheel! (well, not really).Like your new avatar, Pat.
Oh yes....a trippy ceiling fan!.......
Cool design Pat - I think it looks like a fan.
Thank you to ALL the very creative "Jigidi family" for entertaining me over the past year with your beautiful puzzles.