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I was wondering if someone with little knowledge of the fundamentals of graphic design could ask a question along the lines of:

Can the technique used in this drawing(ink pen) from a professional artist be briefly summarized/categorized and is it similar to what is seen in this other work?(showing details for both)

  • Is it about illustration, or more generally, is it within the scope of the site?
  • Is it interesting for the community on the site?
  • If not, do you know of an SE asset where this works?
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  • Thank you for the answers! – user29318 Sep 3 '14 at 21:15
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It's not "My Adobe isn't working" so I say.. yes... it's on topic and will at least break up the monotony of those wanting help with software.

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  • I use Gimp anyway ;) – user29318 Sep 3 '14 at 21:06
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I think it is – with good examples, I think these kind of questions would be quite interesting. It might be about placing visuals in historical, artistic context and I for one would like to see more questions about the bigger picture of what we do.

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  • Admittedly I know nothing about the history of art but I think the first thing I can do is to properly identify(attribute) the time where the work was created and read a bit about the artist. – user29318 Sep 3 '14 at 21:15
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I would just make the question and tag it and . If we don't like it we'll remove it.

My worry is to not have become as horrendous as . If the question is even remotely similar to a typical font-id question (no effort on your part) then I'll be the first to down-vote and close-vote it.

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  • I've taken a look at the font-identification content and I understand. I don't think it would be like that. What I'm trying to avoid on the contrary is too wide a scope and/or too many subquestions... – user29318 Sep 3 '14 at 21:08

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