New script – Puzzle 6×6


Do you like puzzles? Do you dream of turning your favorite photo into a puzzle? You can probably do it with some plugins in PSP but most of them do not allow you to tweak, move, rotate, or remove pieces at will.

This script will do just that. Take a square photo and run the script. You can also use a rectangular image, but obviously, the pieces will be somewhat stretched, but it is a puzzle anyway, so maybe it won’t matter too much!

You can grab this puzzling script here: Puzzle 6x6 script.

And remember that you also have the possibility to get other puzzle scripts.

Puzzle 4x4
Puzzle 4x6
Puzzle 5x5
Puzzle Round

Do you want a chance to win this script? Post a comment in the box below telling me if you ever created a puzzle from a photo and if so, how you did it. I’ll be back next week with the name of a winner.

Do you want to know who won the script from last week? Check the newsletter!

cass-MiteredCornerFrame-04As a little gift this week, i obviously could not create a puzzle for you since you would surely prefer to use your own photo than any of mine. So i decided to give you a little frame made of corner brushes and the Mitered frame script. All the details of how i created it, will be in the newsletter.

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5 thoughts on “New script – Puzzle 6×6”

  1. If I am remembering correctly, I have done it before, but it did not look as nice as it looks like this script does it. I think it was a filter I used in my PSP, and it did not have the extra pieces laying around, it just put the lines in to make it look like a puzzle. This looks MUCH better! 🙂

    Also, thanks so much for the gift this week! It’s really cute. 🙂

  2. Yes, I make self executing PC puzzles, so previously I used to build it almost completely, then take a screenshot to get odd pieces of the puzzle still laying around. More recently, I purchased your 4×6 puzzle script, which just makes the process easier :).

  3. I use AV Bros Puzzle Pro, which I find really good for complicated puzzles and you can save as a .psd so you can keep the layers – this means you can move pieces around. This script looks to do the same thing a lot simpler, I can really see uses for both methods.

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