En-Uk, if you don't like drawing faces all the time, why don't you "borrow" the head from your Yes! or Singer? You could just copy and paste a head on your super, duper soccer pics.Congratulations, by the way. Three goals! Wow!
Meanwhile, CIV, I'm still trying to make just one goal in life . . .Jeffery Hodges* * *
Jeffery, I sense that you are going through a mid-life crisis. So many of your blogs seem to be of the "coulda, shoulda, woulda" type. Might be time for a thorough medical check-up to rule out any physical causes. Then you need to stop looking back and start counting your blessings. You've got a job, a place to live, and a wonderful family. Things could be worse.En-Uk, maybe you should make some drawings to cheer up your Dad. Let him know that he's great just the way he is.
But that's hard CIV.
I'm okay, CIV, though I do worry about getting contract renewals (hence my posts on student evaluations and their significance).Jeffery Hodges* * *
Which is hard, En-Uk? Copying heads you've drawn or cheering up your Dad? I can't help with the latter, but can tell you how to do the former.You could open one of the drawings with a nice head in it. Then save it as a different name. Then erase everything but the head. Save this as a "head" file.Whenever you need a head for your drawing, you can open the head file and select copy. Then go to your new drawing and select paste. Then move the head onto the body.When you are doing copy/paste, select the bottom icon on the sidebar if you don't want the head's background to move with the head.
I don't understand, but I'll ask daddy to help.