Whenever possible, return annotated images to users along with your comments. It is very simple and can be done from mobile devices, laptops, and desktops. Here are some suggested apps.
You can find many apps to markup images from the App Store but the built-in markup tool in IOS is easy and practical. Note: to save an image from a web site in an IOS device, you must use Safari.
1-From your Message Centre, click on the attachment link sent by the user
2-Select the action icon , then save
3-From you device photo library, chose the image you just saved and click edit at the top
4-Select the more icon at the bottom and you will see the markup tool
5-Select the colour icon , then your tool. You can use arrows and shapes by selecting the + sign.
Once you click Done, the image will be ready to be uploaded along with your reply to the user.
Steps vary depending of the device and the OS but these work for most.
1-From your Message Centre, click on the attachment link sent by the user and open the image
2-Select the more icon , then click Edit at the top of the screen
3-Use the Drawing function , change Pen settings, colours, etc.
4-Save (Top right) when you are done and your image will be ready to be uploaded along with your reply to the user.
1-From your Message Centre, click on the attachment link sent by the user and download the image
2-Go to Pixtick and chose the image from your Downloads folder
3-Click ADD then YES to “set working canvas as image size”
4-Markup the image, click on the Finish tab and Save, your image will be ready to be uploaded along with your reply to the user.
You have an excellent start with your drawing, just a few things to improve at this stage.
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Your portrait is moving along very well, the likeness is much improved. Here are my pointers to improve it further.
I think you have done an awesome job so far, try to always take note if you are working in the light or in the shadows, these two families should be clearly differentiated to make a great 3D form. You can see that more clearly by squinting your eyes, try it!
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