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Thanks! I'm just starting to learn to code so I think I might be able to figure out the mode changes...but it's sure daunting, haha. Hopefully my project comes out as beautifully as yours. I'll be ready to post it in a few weeks and I'll make sure to post a link to yours for inspiration and details.
I wish I'd seen this earlier! I'm making a wig and you came up with a lot of the same processes as me, only I didn't know it until just now, haha. Would have saved me a lot of time. :) Anyway, can you explain how the switch changes between modes? That's the only part of the process I don't understand yet.
Hope you send me a picture when you're done! BTW I have 800 yellow tiles left if you want to buy them, haha (I bought way more than I needed).
Thank you very much!
I did think of that, but my placement was a little sloppy and a straight edge frame would have brought out the fact that the tiles in the last row were kind of all over the place, haha. But if you're more careful than me, I'm sure it would be a great idea! Be sure to post me a picture if you do it!
I'm nervous about the contest, haha. But it's awesome just to hear nice comments like yours!
Thanks a lot!
That would be cool to see!
I would love to see it when you're done!
That's actually just a result of them being iridescent. They have different tones to them depending on the light. The site I listed has straight black if you'd prefer those.
Thank you so much!
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