A puzzled child

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  1. wxnut

    wxnut TPF Noob!

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    A concept I thought up a little while ago. First time putting the idea on paper. Not the best puzzle peices to use, (I grabbed them off the internet). I think in time, I am going to take some macro shots of some peices, and sillouete them and have them as templates for future projects. The space at the bottom was left for the girls name.

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    Doug Raflik
     
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    Very cool idea but i don't like the actual pieces.. They look rough and i dont like the white border on the inside.
     
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    I personally think it would look a lot better if the pieces were fit together and not undone like you have them now. Or at least not overlapping each other...some white space would look ok in between them, but just to differentiate between the pieces. But, I agree, the idea is nice.
     
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    Yup... good, saleable idea. I agree that once you've got the puzzle pieces template ready, you'll have a winner. I'm sure you plan to do some more work with the drop shadow too.

    Cute.

    Pete
     
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    Pretty good idea.
     
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    Very creative concept.--lenny
     

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