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Drawing
Zak Benjamin

The drawing alongside appeared in
M2M Issue 1, June 1992 p.30

The chat below is part of this web site, and is meant for friends and members of CWN - Erna

You can right-click on this or any other image on this web site.

A dialogue box will appear, asking you what you would like to do with it.

Choose the "save as" option. It will then be saved onto your computer, ready for use in your group's CWN publication. (I suggest that you make yourself a folder in "My Documents" for keeping all your CWN stuff.)

You will now be able to insert it into a Word program. The images are almost all in .jpeg, a compressed format that is interchangeable on programs that support graphics.

If you open the image in "MSPaint", or another image editing program, you can change it, perhaps just cutting out a bit you want to use. Below you will find three images I cut out from the drawing alongside. They could be fun as "clip art".

If you have problems or questions,
contact me
, and I will be happy to try to help!

We would like you to acknowledge the artists in your publication, please, and if you have modified the image, do say something like "Detail from a drawing by ..."
Drawing
Zak Benjamin

The drawing alongside appeared in
M2M Issue 1, June 1992 p.30

The chat below is part of this web site, and is meant for friends and members of CWN - Erna

You can right-click on this or any other image on this web site.

A dialogue box will appear, asking you what you would like to do with it.

Choose the "save as" option. It will then be saved onto your computer, ready for use in your group's CWN publication. (I suggest that you make yourself a folder in "My Documents" for keeping all your CWN stuff.)

You will now be able to insert it into a Word program. The images are almost all in .jpeg, a compressed format that is interchangeable on programs that support graphics.

If you open the image in "MSPaint", or another image editing program, you can change it, perhaps just cutting out a bit you want to use. Below you will find three images I cut out from the drawing alongside. They could be fun as "clip art".

If you have problems or questions,
contact me
, and I will be happy to try to help!

We would like you to acknowledge the artists in your publication, please, and if you have modified the image, do say something like "Detail from a drawing by ..."
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