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    Two Pieces for my High School AP Studio Art Portfolio

    I am currently taking AP Art Studio. I have finally settled upon a concentration. I am going to do the idea of finished versus unfinished painting. Hopefully this makes sense when you look at the pieces but if not here is a little explanation. In the larger painting of the man paintinge, the canvas has been left blank because his painting is not finished. I also left the hands out to make it seem like they sort of became one with the canvas. In the other painting I combined a very finished element (the woman sitting) with more raw and unfinished elements (the picture hanging and the guitar). I would love some feedback on these two pieces. I could also use some guidance with my concentration. Possibly some ideas for my next few pieces. Thanks.[IMG]file:///Users/LaurieCoughlin/Desktop/DSCN0177.JPG[/IMG][IMG]file:///Users/LaurieCoughlin/Desktop/DSCN0176.JPG[/IMG]
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    URL's are "broken". Are these from a file path?

    I usually host my images on if I outside host. But the best method would be to put your images right up on CA by clicking the "manage attachments" button down the page a bit.
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    The first post here has a tutorial on how to attach images to your posts. The links you've used seem to be on your personal computer desktop, so would be impossible for anyone but you to see.
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