Each square is 128x128. There will be 8 per row, and 6 rows down to make 48 total squares. The final image will be 1024x768.
How it works:
The first person creates the first square and the order will go left to right until square #9, which will begin a new row. Rinse, repeat.
Your square should blend well with any adjacent square to the left and/or above yours. The final size of your square should be 128x128, and please keep in mind that all squares will be touching, but they won't overlap or be merged with each other. Here is a nice example: the full quilt of the sample on the left.
If you want to participate, check out the EC3 thread for guidelines and how to do so.
Compliments and are okay to post on this page, but if you need clarification on something, use the thread.
I see it there, but I don't know how that happened. I wouldn't leave such a blatant edge like that. That screenshot has my entire tile darker than it should be. If I save it as jpg it might fix the issue but then yours won't match. Either way I save the file it looks fine to me, so I don't know what else I can do. Here is jpg
I sometimes think when this is all done ved should just put them all in photoshop, tweak as necessary and re-slice back into 128x128 pieces for the final presentation. But that would sort of breach the integrity of the whole thing. So I figure we're all big kids and we can sort it all out by the time the last tile's complete.
Wow, I know it's kind-of a spoiler, but I put the current pieces together and it looks really cool so far. SEE IT HERE - SPOILER
But don't use this as a guide for the next piece...it didn't add up and I couldn't find exactly where the problem was before realizing it doesn't really matter.
sauf, your jpeg compression put a white halo on the right side of the image. If you put a black bg in the quilt's negative space, it lights up. Plus, when it's all said and done, can you post whatever PSD you have?