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I hear as much as I want to do.........and that goes for you too, CHUBBY!.......(Yes, we had fish.....battered!)..............
I thought that I could hear the slap all the way here in NY--but it might just have been the sound of mail being posted on one of my puzzles into the wrong place AGAIN.......Sigh..... For such big ears, the actual listening (as in paying attention) acuity isn't all that good, is it?! :-)))
Well PD, my friend with the big ears was trancing around like a zombie and almost tripped me up!! I was saved by Mrs. B..........What a wicked slap!! Zooming this in and out is cool and like Ardy, it was fun sliding down the spiral of colours. Thanks.
Thanks, Rosie and Ardy--I still forget to hit "post" sometimes, usually after I've gone back to proofread it and made a few corrections. I guess it's that feeling of "okay, finished that up properly" that makes me forget that I haven't really finished until I post it! :-)))
Pat, My comment disappeared. I wish the "back" button wouldn't work if there were an unposted comment there. Anyway I loved the slide down these wonderful colors. Thanks so much.
This one is moving already. I'm dizzy. I have to go the the pieces and put the puzzle together or else. Thanks, Rosie
Thanks, PJ and Lela--did she the prepare the fish for dinner? That's what we're having tonight, too--minus the slapping part....
I went into a trance halfway through.........luckily Mrs.Bugosi slapped me on the face with a fish, and I came to........(2:07)........(1 min. trance-time)......
It is a fn and nice swirl variant, Pat - very enjoyable.PJ
Thanks, Katie! :-)))
I have fun with all your versions of swirls Pat!
Thanks, Jan, Barb, and Edie--I think that next time I'll have to make 2 versions, one for this size and another for the larger ones. I was trying to be careful not to make the rings too wide, because people who do the larger size find that big expanse of solid color harder, and are less likely to elect to do it. But by creating it as I did, I lost the impact of the alternating circles and ovals--the effect was much stronger in my first sketch. Oh, well, as long as this worked as a swirl, even if my "intelligent design", so to speak, fell by the wayside, so be it! LOL!
I had to stop staring at it because the lines were starting to move. Fun one Pat. Thanks
Thanks, Pat, for another colourful and fun swirl. :-)
Mesmerizing! Pat, I couldn't take my eyes off of this beauty! Thanks so much!! :D2:14