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Or, are you talking about blending two blocks together?
This is just the first line of your block above

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I have a big version also, I use the values of 300px wide and 60px tall, I think it looks more square that way:

Colorblock 05

It's not as wide though... I would experiment with the second number to get it looking more square.

Colorblock 05

That one is 400 and 80.
sundancer wrote:
Or, are you talking about blending two blocks together?

Yes. At first I told people how to make a block.

Then I tell you how to blend your blocks together.
That was to be the basis of this game forum.
BTW, your Marvelous Darling block blend is really beautiful!
I'm copying the colors from pourpre.com onto my dummy worksheet. The first line is the first five colors starting from the left. The second line is the second five colors of the first line. I paste those into the code shells.
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I'm using a smaller block size of 200px wide and 40px tall, because I'm going to put them side by side together on the same line.
I've got the two sets of five colors in the first line pasted into the last two code shells on my work sheet.
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Now I backspace between the two lines so there is no space between them. The combined line with both code shells becomes the first line for the ten space block:
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I made a mistake and pasted in the same value for the fourth and fifth color hexes for the first line of code. It should look like this after fixing it.
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Repeat this process for the other 9 lines.
Making 10 space block blends is really tedious. I get bored easily, so I rarely make more than one or two when I make them, lol
It's easy to pause and come back to them even days later... just save the corner hex numbers, set it up on pourpre.com again, and you can see on your worksheet where you are in the copying and pasting process.
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