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Old 02-05-2020, 02:02 AM
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A transparent, plastic spoon

It took a combined amount of 9 hours to complete this drawing. I used the grid method. The materials that I used were graphite pencils (4H, HB), a 0.7mm HB mechanical pencil, a white charcoal pencil, and a white gel pen. 9" X 12". Strathmore Tan Toned Sketch Paper.



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Hi,
Please download your work here, instead of using an outside reference.
See posting guidelines #5.
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Re: A transparent, plastic spoon

I copied and pasted my photo underneath my text but a link to the photo popped up. How do I upload the actual photo without the link showing up in the thread?
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I copied and pasted my photo underneath my text but a link to the photo popped up. How do I upload the actual photo without the link showing up in the thread?
It's below your post under Manage Attachments.
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Re: how to upload?
It is explained in detail (along other interesting things) in the information thread for newcomers.
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Re: A transparent, plastic spoon

You resize the photo of the drawing to 800pix max on your computer. Then you click insert image from the yellow button up top of text window when writing your message for your thread. A window will pop up where you choose the 800pix photo from your computer that you want, then click upload photo. Once you figure out how to do it, it will be easy..... I use a free photo editor called "photoscape" to resize my pictures. You can download it for free off the internet. I does other stuff also.
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That drawing is magnificent by the way.
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Very well done. I like its simplicity.
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