Friday Flower Fiesta (1-9-15)—Flower puzzles

Friday Flower Fiesta

Zoey the Cool Cat and her red ringOther than a home inspection today—and playing with Zoey the Cool Cat (of course!)—I have been experimenting with making puzzles in Photoshop.

Part of what I was doing was (1) seeing how the number of puzzle pieces affects the quality of the picture, (2) seeing whether puzzle pieces are best with simple pictures or can also be used with complex pictures, and (3) experimenting with the width and 3D effect of the edges of the pieces since that affects the quality of the picture, too.

Here are my creations:

6 piecesAngel's trumpet

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9 piecesButterfly Vine

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12 piecesCactus

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20 piecesCactus

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16 piecesCactus

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30 piecesEpiphyllum

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56 piecesEpiphyllum

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64 piecesAloe

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72 piecesPrickly Pear

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100 piecesCactus

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156 piecesAloe

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210 piecesCactus

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10 thoughts on “Friday Flower Fiesta (1-9-15)—Flower puzzles

  1. justme792

    They look amazing! Though I think they get more difficult when there are more pieces. Not only because of the number of pieces, but also because of the complexity of the photos. If there’s only one central flower and a lot of background, it might take a while to puzzle the background together…

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