7-31-10 pattern 1

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    I'm experimenting with color variations of the offset square pattern, as seen here.

    This one is a black-and-white version. It has to be smaller, because I don't have any more of the black slopes. A two-tone version allows me to make a larger pattern. The pattern is rather washed out against the white background, but I guess it's good enough for documentation purposes.

    I'm looking for a certain look, and I haven't found it yet, but I think I'm getting closer. I'm pretty limited in my color selection, for now, which is why everything is white, black, or dark red. :-)

    KryptonHeidt, consular_ship, atommyc, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. consular_ship 88 months ago | reply

      This is great.

    2. consular_ship 88 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called blagged by twee affect!!!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. eilonwy77 88 months ago | reply

      Thanks jaster! Though I'm still a bit confused as to the title of the post... but then I expect that it is not always as it seems... :-)

    4. consular_ship 88 months ago | reply

      You're welcome! It's an acronym! It stands for "something to fill this line while I come up with an over thought title because I am expected to reference something from pop culture".

    5. eilonwy77 88 months ago | reply

      jaster -- ha ha! I thought it looked like some acronym, but just figured I was not-in-the-know.

      Once an acquaintance of mine was working for a newspaper, and wrote a fill-in title for a newspaper article calling the president of the university a "nazi priest" while she was waiting for a better title to come to mind. But she forgot to change it and no one caught it and it went to print and she got fired.

      Yeah, I'll be done with random story-time now. :-)

    6. z the lego man 86 months ago | reply

      wow! this is beyond great!!

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