Prologue - Instructions
Shamelessly copied and pasted the following from @jafe's puzzle :P
This is a three-dimensional nonogram. The first square gives the enumerations for the Z-axis, top to bottom. The next sixteen squares depict the layers of a $16\times16\times16$ cube. Some rules:
- If a row or column has no numbers, that means that the composition of that row/column is unknown. Note that this is different than the usual practice in nonograms where a missing number means that the row/column has no shaded cells at all. In our case, such rows can be explicitly marked with a zero.
- The Z-axis enumerations are all single digits, so e.g. 11 means two stretches of one, not one stretch of eleven.
- The thin black lines in the middle are just visual aids. They're not meaningful to the puzzle itself.
The Puzzle - Here we Go!
The Z-Plan and Labelling
Layers 1 ~ 8
Layers 9 ~ 16
Post-script - Thank You and Sorry!
My deepest gratitude to @jafe in helping me a great deal in cluing this amazing puzzle. Thank you @jafe for your teaching!
As a reward, @jafe will be permanently banned from solving this puzzle! (and also a +50 bounty from another puzzle of mine)
Thanks to you if you have upvoted the puzzle, and even more if you are trying to solve it!
I must apologise,
for forgetting to note beforehand that the objective of this nonogram, and many of my others, is to interpret the nonogram and get a message. Sorry!