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Michel, very interesting. Could you tell me how you were able to insert your hand-sketch in your post? I'd like to try that.

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Michel, very interesting. Could you tell me how you were able to insert your hand-sketch in your post? I'd like to try that.

It's a scanned image.

Scan, upload, insert.

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Sorry, not exactly:

It is a screenshot from a scanned image.

For some peculiar reason the Forum software does not recognize(d) the .jpg format from my scan.

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Better use HB pencilsmile.png

(Architect's advice)



I don't upload that way.

 

I use a compatible* FTP program (WsFTP95LE) to upload the pictures to the address that my internet service provider gave me when registering.

 

But you can also upload to any free service on the Net, like Photobucket for example.

then copy-paste the address into the "insert image" button.

 

*compatible but totally DOS

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Better use HB pencilsmile.png

(Architect's advice)

I actually swapped my 4H for an H to make it more legible - I take notes all day in pencil and I get fed up sharpening pencils - but for sketching you are spot on!

 

 

 

 

I don't upload that way.

 

I use a compatible* FTP program (WsFTP95LE) to upload the pictures to the address that my internet service provider gave me when registering.

 

But you can also upload to any free service on the Net, like Photobucket for example.

then copy-paste the address into the "insert image" button.

 

*compatible but totally DOS

 

OK - never really used that way, but both seem to work

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I actually swapped my 4H for an H to make it more legible - I take notes all day in pencil and I get fed up sharpening pencils - but for sketching you are spot on!

 

 

 

OK - never really used that way, but both seem to work

Be careful for your skin!

(not joking)

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Hey,

Upload your image on social medai site and then try to paste your URL.

Otherwise use the html code to upload the image.

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