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Another day, another slideshow

It’s so much fun having viewers who know more about these programs than I do! Thanks again, everyone, for the input. I think we’ve come up with a seriously cool alternative, that pretty much used everyone’s suggestions, in one form or another.

Who said too many cooks weren’t a good thing? As long as only one adds the spices… (slideshow:)

My main goal was to do in the magenta fairy bubble. My boyz will have a hard enough time explaining themselves without that added to their problems! IĀ  went back to the beginning, found the original, simplest photograph of the board, and tried to swirl it. Unfortunately, my swirl brush has a size limit. So, I reduced it, swirled, and brought it back up. (Only to discover later that there’s a filter the would swirl the entire image, regardless of size! Always do things the hard way, that’s my motto!)

Now, before you say anything…I know the black hole isn’t round, but hey, this is NSpace. Nothing’s normal. Or maybe…everything’s normal to everything else, so who’s to say what’s round? (Oooo, I love to dance a little sidestep….)

All images are copyright Ā© 2009 Jane S. Fancher. Thank you for respecting that copyright.

Hmmm…watching the show, I just realized something else…love the way the polar coordinates turn the computer board into an opal! Those who’ve read the books will realize why this is So Kewl!

Thanks, again, everyone for your help! Hope da boyz and I did you proud!

Ja ne!

Ja ne!

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