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February 5th, 2007 #1
Hello, I am new here on Conceptart.org. I joined here because I believe This forum is a better place to get serious critique from serious artists, unlike Deviantart, who's members just post there work for fame (my own opinion).
I want to start a sketch book so you all can help me improve (I hope) But im wondering what is the best way I could upload my images? I here there are a few ways to do this but im wondering what is the Preferred Method? Thats about all I have for now, I ask the moderators to keep this thread open for the time being just incase I have further questions. I will tell you all more about myself when I start my sketch book (for those of you who actualy care haha) Thanks.
Last edited by Cold Revolver; February 5th, 2007 at 08:52 PM.
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conceptart.org actually has a function to host pictures right from the site. when you click "go advanced" there should be a paperclip icon that's the attatchment manager..
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February 5th, 2007 #3Originally Posted by Interceptor
Nice, I thank you for the help. Do you have a sketchbook I could look at? Thanks again.
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February 5th, 2007 #5Originally Posted by emily g
Oops I am still learning my way around here. Sorry I put my question in the wrong place. Thanks for the welcome.
February 7th, 2007 #6the doh
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Originally Posted by Cold Revolver
Ive been on deviantart for awhile and I noticed most of the artists there post online manga stuff and im starting to get sick of it.
Ive took my of my stuff off there and im not planning to update my profile xD
I only help other people but giving constructive critisism and thats what everyone there should do instead of just saying, Nice m8. Arggggg
Got my anger against dA steamed away in your thread. Sorry ^_^
Id recommend taking pictures of your sketch since most of the people dont have large enough scanners.
If you do happend to have a large scanner, then your in luck
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