I mentioned in a previous comment somewhere here that I would "play" with my Photoshop program to sort out how best to set my blocks. Debra asked me to show what I do here so you can share in my thought process. So here it is:-
Throughout these designs I have used a photo of just the one block that I have made as a test block. You may notice that I have ripped out the gold triangle from my 1st trial, and replace it with black & whites. I am now happy with how it looks.
1. 16 repeats of the same block were added to my 'page'.
2. Then the individual blocks are randomly turned and/or flipped..
3. A particular design arrangement.(I like the "windmill" effect)
4. Another design arrangement.
5. And yet another placement with a stronger focal point
To recreate any or all of the above designs I would have to use paper-foundation-piecing to get each block exactly the same.
Although I like doing paper-foundation-piecing, I'm not really wanting to do it for this project. So I shall use the random design idea (#2) above and just pretend that each block is different.
Next I wanted to see if I like the teal/blue colour addition or not. So I played with the colour controls a bit.
Some of these colours may not look quite natural (thats probably because they are digitally created, lol) but this is just an exercise to finding out what way I move forward on my CQ.
So that's as far as I have got on my 'digital' CQ.