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12-17-2001, 06:08 PM
I am working on a still life that was one of the excersizes in the gallery. I am using acrylic on canvas sheets. I used rulers to make a bowl, a glass bottle and a plate, I think the objects are two close together. I would like to put it up for critique. How do I do this?
It is best to make responses by emailing me
12-17-2001, 06:37 PM
Read this thread on how to post images:http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=11929
12-31-2001, 05:36 PM
Looking forward to seeing your work Becky......
12-31-2001, 05:52 PM
How do I prepare an image to upload to this thread? I need a scanner correct. I looked into the price of one yesterday. I am getting one because I want to go to art school to get a BA in Graphic Design or something having to do with computers. I am just finishing undergrad AA degree in teaching and found it was not the direction I wish to go. It made me exhausted and I was too stressed because I had too much going on. I have a disability physical movement and
dexterity are difficult. You can paint and do computer sitting down. I think the less physical i am while working I am beter of. I am able to walk but because of problems with balence it is better that a sit. I have the metal compasity to do anything but physicaly there are major safty limitations
There are a couple of ways to prepare an image to be uploaded to this site.
1. Take a photograph and have it put on a disk or
2. Scan a photograph or
3. Take a photograph with a digital camera
After you do one of the above, you will need to resize your image. For this you will need photo edit software. If you have a scanner, photo edit software will come with it. If not, do a search and find some on the internet....some you will find are free.
4. Resize your image to 500w X 600w or less and save as a jpg or gif file.
5. upload to the system using the upload button at the top of the main page, or upload using the attachment feature inside a message screen.
6. Still have problems? Re read the instructions that Cindy talked about and gave you a link. I think this will answer all of your questions, but if not.... let us know.
Good Luck and welcome to WetCanvas!
01-01-2002, 02:09 PM
Hi Becky, such a nice name... Thanks to Illis I don't have to answere you because she has said it all and good advice it is too. I prefer to use a digital camera myself as I get better results. I have a scanner but don't use it much. Welcome to WC and keep in touch. Let us know how you get on. Happy New Year
Thanks Illis, Happy New Year
Happy New Year to you to Victor! ...and to everyone else as well. :)
01-06-2002, 08:09 PM
I now know how to use the image uploader to upload images from my computer. I uploaded the image in the animal and wildlife forum with the help of arlene. It is a copyright free image so no worries please. It was my first time doing it so i just picked a place at radom. I wanted the members to use the image to create a project. I wanted to do it as a project for the members. How do I put the image there. I will be getting a scanner soon to upload my art pieces so you can see them
01-07-2002, 10:29 AM
Becky, looking forward to seeing some of your work! You'll find that everyone is very helpful on this forum.
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