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Recruitment Selection Stage 4 Final

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Sharpen this symbol,

[img]http://magicduel.com/img/sotis/recruit2.jpg[/img]

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I might post additional tests in stage 4 so watch the topic for updates
I don't know at this point how simple or how complicated this one is for you but if it has a too high or too low hit rate i will continue with more tests in this stage

Good Lu...nah..luck is not relevant :)

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[URL=http://img683.imageshack.us/i/sharpz.png/][IMG]http://img683.imageshack.us/img683/8031/sharpz.png[/IMG][/URL]


P.S. In romany language 'Mur' means seal. :ph34r:

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I confess that it took me a while of looking at this image before my intuition kicked in.

When looking at the original image I noticed that the corners are rounded, so for the first image I literally "sharpened" it since a square is the second sharpest shape on it's own.

[attachment=2412:recruit 2 - 2.gif]

For my second idea I broke the square in half to create the most naturally "sharp" shape, the triangle. The diagonal line is there because that's what seemed most right to me.

[attachment=2413:recruit2-1.jpg]

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As the square is made of straight lines, the sharpened square should do so too.
Schematic:
[img]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_y4aqSnXq6kA/TQcT-8RdQWI/AAAAAAAAACc/Y4MmSA7qBB0/4%20full.jpg[/img]
Resulting symbol in schematic:
[img]http://lh6.ggpht.com/_y4aqSnXq6kA/TQcT_Bw64hI/AAAAAAAAACg/wEbnQHI8RCs/4%20full%20-%20Copy.jpg[/img]
Resulting symbol:
[img]http://lh6.ggpht.com/_y4aqSnXq6kA/TQcT_ft5_TI/AAAAAAAAACk/2VDO8hqzkrM/4%20full%20-%20Copy%202.jpg[/img]

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drag any corner of the square down and you will get this

http://storenow.net/my/?f=2509

sharp

another idea http://storenow.net/my/?f=2510 Edited by Indyra

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As there is no rule about changing the symbol's shape here it goes.
[attachment=2424:IMG0066A.jpg]

NOTE:
It can be seen as many forms. I'll let you decide which object you see in mine.

And Mur thanks to you I like symbols now no joke. x3

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