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Old 01-24-2010, 09:27 AM
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Welcome to the Still Life Forum!

We welcome the submission of all Still Life paintings or drawings, in any medium, as this is a Subject based forum.

If you want feedback/ C&C (Constructive critique) You should ask for it in your post...although some member just add C&C appreciated in their signature so it goes in every post you make. Otherwise we try not to actually critique when commenting on your post.


Apart from the user agreement, there aren't very many rules here...


Remember....if you post a comment in someone else's thread....the likelihood is they will reciprocate in yours....

Also...if you think a painting is particularly fine...use the star rating system, that way it is easier to spot when the moderator is searching for those deserving of a place in our Hall of Fame....same goes for a particularly good WIP or Demo. Thanks!

WIP =WIPS tend to be unfinished works, which progress with sometimes helpful comments!

Demo...one posting, but with several photos showing process from start to finish.

Just ensure when you post the painting or drawing you do as ONE thread....do not post a WIP + A Finished version....Just post your WIP - then PM the Moderator, and ask them to add FINISHED to your WIP...that way, you alert those who have already subscribed to your thread, that it's finished...whereas if you post them separately, they may not get to know about it.

Certain questions are asked frequently in every forum...so before you ask again...just check it hasn't been asked before...you can search this forum like this...


Uploading your work...use the mountain icon - visible when you are writing a new thread or replying to one - because it will be easier to see when someone is replying to you. Any problems with uploading...click on uploading images...in my signature.

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Old 11-03-2012, 12:09 PM
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Re: Still Life Forum Guidelines

Courtesy of Yorky (admin)

Since WetCanvas is an international forum with members from all around the globe, in the interests of readability, we ask that members use English or include an English translation of their message in their posts. For the same reason, abbreviations that are used for texting messages are not recommended in posts as they could be confusing, especially to non-English readers.

There are several online translation sites, and whilst not perfect they do allow members to understand your post much better. Here are a few:

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Thank you for your co-operation.

The common Wetcanvas abbreviations can be used and they are shown in the "WC Acronyms"
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