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Hi Y'all.

Think I figured it out.  

All I need is two radial searches checking for inter and outer pixels referenced from a center point.  If I do it at the pixel level, all I have to do is to check for offset pixel farer out and either allow or disallow that set of pixels in a new array.

I bet I can code this today.

Thanks,

Michael