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Hello, my Jigidi friends. I have decided to learn a little more of the endless capabilities of my new program and started experimenting with using brushes--without the guidance of tutorials. You will see my feeble efforts in some of the more solid looking tiles. I'm hopeful of learning how to create different effects and texture styles, and after creating this puzzle, I watched some YouTube videos, I'm amazed by how much I can learn online, and encourage you to.brush up on a long lost hobby or to try something entirely new. Do a search and watch a few how-to videos; I think you'll at least enjoy the demonstration. It's never too late to learn, and it's so much fun to dream. I'm continuing to pray for you to have joyful, productive lives, and I send you my friendly smiles and fluffy hugs.


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Thank you so very much Waxwing, Timmie, and Karen. I would anwer individually normally, but I'm not feeling so well. Thanks for the very kind words. You've definitely put a smile on my face.


Gorgeous! Thank you so much, love your puzzles and again, your wonderful words. All the best - Karen


Very enjoyable and pretty!! Thanks so much.


This is a lovely puzzle, Judy — and it looks like it was done by a professional. It's hard to think that you just started learning with the brushes. Great job!


Lovely patterns and "brushed up" colors for a very enjoyable puzzle. Judy, your comments today remind me of what I did last year (or was it the year before?). I knit and when I'm knitting what I call a ho-hum pattern (all knit or all purl, with no interesting stitches in between), I sort of get bored, so I learned from YouTube videos how to count to 100 in Spanish, then German, then Swedish (those are the two most dominant countries in my blood line). I can still count to 100 in Spanish, but need to go back for a refresher after twenty for the other two. It was fun to learn something new again!

Maybe one of these days, I'll *brush up* on my Latin which I remember next to nothing of after about 50 years! Blessings on your day, Judy! ~Pam


Reba, thank you so much for your lovely comment. I read your introduction, and I'm curious. What kind of puzzles do you prefer, since you've tried so many different kinds? I am so very thankful for Jigidi because I'm no longer physically able to lean over a table looking for just the right piece anymore, and love being able to zoom in on small pieces. You also seem to have a talent for writing. Ever published anything? I hope you don't mind my questions.


pleasing colors & patterns to tidy up, thanx ;-D

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