@frabrunelle told me the way he does it to open the image using “view image” in the browser popup menu and zoom in. Yes it is a pain. The other way is to download the image and open in a image viewer.
Yea, while I would normally agree, that step was already done and we have the basic design, then fixed, then fixed again by graphics programs before I started. Its because its a basic geometric design that one can do it “by hand”.
My “by hand” approach is tiding it up and finishing it off. Rather like the Masons making sure each block lined up with the ones beside it to make the slightly leaning forward facade the way the designer wanted
Its the design sizing that was chosen as the safecoin symbol the community wanted (AFAIK before my time).
Also #3 (and #2) is approximately (because of the errors to fix) the same as the previous version which people were happy with.
My design image is basically laying out the mathematical relationships in the original design. While it was was done with a design program, it seems the designer basically used shapes with relationships between each other.
Going with the crowd (of only 5) hey
Loved you analogies [quote=“SilasB, post:51, topic:11134”]
Regardless, really impressive work and attention to detail with all of this.
What you get when an engineer works on a design But thanks for the compliment.