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Kinglizard's Painting Avatar Set (Image Heavy) (CONTEST has ENDED)

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posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:20 AM
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HINTS:

1) .5+.5=1

2) Look past the obvious.

3) Something hidden has yet to be found.

4) You will need Photoshop (or like program) to find what is hidden.


Answer: Jose Antolinez
the Assumption of Mary Magdaline

[edit on 12-2-2009 by nixie_nox]




posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:22 AM
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It is not Paul Klee's New Harmony.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:25 AM
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My bad, I changed it because I didn't realzie that New harmony was guessed at.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:25 AM
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I will say that when it's solved there will be absolutely no doubt as to which painting it is....I mean no guessing will be required. You will see it, post it and win the game.....



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:25 AM
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Bartolome Murillo "The Annunciation"



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:26 AM
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It is not Bartolome Murillo "The Annunciation".



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:28 AM
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List of paintings already guessed to date:

1). Paul Klee --- New Harmony

2). Paul Klee --- Unstable Equilibrium

3). Diego Rivera --- The Flower Vendor

4). Reflective Beauty --- William Bouguereau

5). Leonardo da Vinci --- Mona Lisa

6). Ridolfo Guariento --- An Angel Weighing a Soul

7). David Jean --- Spirit of a Savior

8). Claude Monet --- The Parc Monceau

9). Delphin Enjolras --- Young Woman Reading by a Window

10). Joseph Nigg --- Grandmother's Bouquet I

11). Edgar Degas --- Dancer in Front of a Window:

12). Bartolome Murillo "Christon on the Cross"

13). Francois Gerard's Portrait of Madame Regnault

14). Bartolome Murillo "The Annunciation".



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:29 AM
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want me to change my post back?

I don't have photoshop, I am at a disadvantage



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:31 AM
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I vote Nixie be given a second choice because it's a long thread and we haven't posted an update of guesses until now.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:33 AM
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Sounds fair.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:34 AM
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What is giving me the most migraines is the numbers. As with any puzzle involving numbers, there is an infinite number of possibilities because numbers are infinite.

I've done addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square roots, cubes, fractions, decimals, calculated diagonal, vertical, horizontal, in the 9 grid sections, half the puzzle vertically and horizontally, number groups, added them all together, added the single to the double, separated the single and the double, divided the single by the double. I've done RBG, HSB, and Lab (whatever that is but Photoshop has it lol) color codes.

Any pattern I find works pretty well for sections of the graph but it has never been complete. So the numbers are what is driving me nuts.

I even looked at photoshop tools thinking the number and location possible represents a 'depth' of the image. For instance, '7' would be something set in the back while 72 would be close to the front depth-wise. Then I noticed the single numbers are on the vertical lines while the double numbers are on both the vertical and horizontal gaps.

I knpw the puzzle will fit one image flawlessly- it's just a matter of solving the puzzle to see what route we are to go and I'm still lost as to what .5=.5 means.




posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:36 AM
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Thank you guys, I really appreciate it.
I will go with my official guess.





posted on 12-2-2009 @ 12:20 single this post edit"quote"REPLY TO:


HINTS:

1) .5+.5=1

2) Look past the obvious.

3) Something hidden has yet to be found.

4) You will need Photoshop (or like program) to find what is hidden.


Answer: Jose Antolinez
the Assumption of Mary Magdaline



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:37 AM
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I have it so if you have a certain idea you want me to investigate, I will be happy to do it and u2u you the results. Just one route per member please. lol It's A LOT of work looking for patterns in this thing and not to mention, I'm really not familiar with that many PS tools lol. But I will do my best to help anyone who doesn't have the program.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:38 AM
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It is not Jose Antolinez the Assumption of Mary Magdaline .



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:39 AM
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Well KL, if your intention was to drive Ashley to the brink, mission accomplished.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:41 AM
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OK, I've figured it out.

It's a TRICK! Yes, a trick, designed to weed out and expose the Major OCD Members of ATS.


With that, I'd like to nominate Ms AshleyD as President.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:45 AM
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I really appreciate that. but not having any knowledge of photoshop, I would have no idea where to begin.

Is it free by any chance?



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:47 AM
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No it definitely is not free.

But you can download a similar program called GIMP for free.



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 09:58 PM
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Ahhh... well - it's time for the entry 'o the day... A long shot, but the math works (i.e., I can force it to work!). Probbly another miss, but it's still fun trying... Anyway - you all get one shot a day now - so don't waste it! Step on up - if nothing else, by process of elimination, someone is going to hit a bullseye (or figure it out).

For me, and this might help you other puzzle-nuts, an important missing link is related to the numerical values in the grid. There has to be a logical reason for quantifying in this way. Further, I think there is some significance to the fact that the 3 numbers in each of the nine sub-grids are all positioned on the exact same three axes within their respective grid. The values and the positioning are correlated, though I can;t seem to stumble on a mathematical correlation yet.

One final point: I've sliced and diced the blue 'clue' grid through Photoshop, AutoCAD, a GIS program and a few others and no matter how I enhance, peel, or sledgehammer the thing I can't see any "hidden" or missing features or attributes that can augment our puzzle. Not yet anyway. It's just as likely that it flew right past me and I missed it.

So, in the spirit of cooperation - I'm hoping someone else here can use some of this and use it in their own analysis. Good Luck!

In the meantime, here is today's KLotto entry (response and solution collage):


QUESTION/PUZZLE:



HINTS:

1) .5+.5=1

2) Look past the obvious.

3) Something hidden has yet to be found.

4) You will need Photoshop (or like program) to find what is hidden.

[I will say that when it's solved there will be absolutely no doubt as to which painting it is....I mean no guessing will be required. You will see it, post it and win the game..... ]



Henry Scott's Driving Seas



posted on Feb, 13 2009 @ 12:56 AM
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I hope that's right, O! It would be so great if that is correct. lol

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Originally posted by kinglizard
QUESTION/PUZZLE:



HINTS:

1) .5+.5=1

2) Look past the obvious.

3) Something hidden has yet to be found.

4) You will need Photoshop (or like program) to find what is hidden.


My following guess isn't based on much. I refused to do anything else until my video was done and could only handle one challenge at a time. But I don't want to miss on a daily guess chance.


Is it Jacques-Louis David --- Napoleon Crossing the St. Bernard Pass?



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