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i need to know who the author to this picture is. It is for my school scavenger hunt if you have any info about the picture[such as the artist or title] i would really appriciate it
I'd like to propose a rule on thread bumpers. This scavenger hunt is just causing spam now.
I would suggest, to post the image only one time in one thread, if you have another question just edit the same thread.
This thread is also on the lounge, and early there were also a flood of this.And if you answer this one , can we expect a few other new threads for the next question? after the scavenger ends then you will go missing forever, a hit and run style?.
Coming on on an art forum just for the sake of a scavenger question in such an upfront manner is just rude, people here are very nice but be sure to keep some etiquette in your posting.
Here is something you and your classmates who have come here need to learn.
When asking a favour of a forum you do not pitch fits, spam the forum or otherwise behave in an impatient and ill-mannered manner.
Spamming the forum will not get your question answered any faster, if anything it will make everyone reluctant to help you even if they know what the images are.
Also you only need one thread on the subject. Excessive exclamation points/question marks will also not speed up replies to your comments. Learn some patience, if someone knows the answer they will tell you.
I think the teachers here have a very cute idea of getting the kids to look for content through the internet but at the same time was rather ill thought out in not thinking about teaching the kids forum or good NETiquette. I hope in the future when they decide to run this they do teach kids good manners in asking for questions on various forums.
That's if the teachers are aware that they're using forums to help them, it could well be that they're only supposed to use books/web information pages.
we are able to use any resources we are able to find...
People define the word resources differently. You might want to check with whoever is running it that a forum counts as a resource because it might not.
If you read a thread by AriA she said that it was accepted as a resource. This is confirmed by other students on the project. No need to hassle them, they just need to understand a few things when joining the forums. If they're in 12th grade then they're obviously over 13 and can come on this forum anyways.
its just a couple questions its not the end of the world that some people ask questions on a site where people may know an answer that we need :'(.
Well sorry for asking a question... my bad
i know for a fact we can use forums and ask we can call people we can do what ever we want to find it.
No offence intended but sometimes people do get things backward, I can remember several of my classmates getting caught out by that in high school.
Just calm down, lol. Just understand good forum etiquette and you'll be fine.
It appears to be a collage of sorts of what looks to be screenshots of elements of war and politics. Have you tried keying in certain descriptions of the artwork in google images too?
Congratulations! If I knew the answer, I so wouldn't tell you. Now you can tell your teacher you learned something from the exercise: you've learned being an obnoxious little toe-rag gets you nowhere.
Seriously? If you learn nothing else from High School, that one lesson will get you far...
I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).