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I have wanted some cool guitar themed art for my man cave / guitar room for a while now. Every once in a while I see stuff that's alright like pictures,or posters but nothing like what I was specifically looking for. So I decided to just make my own custom art work to satisfy the itch. This is just the first piece I've done but I have plans for more in the future. Let me know what ya'll think.

Un-framed:

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Framed:

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Very nicely done. That's coming from an Artist, you do have talent. I have no room in my Art and Guitar room. (Or Man Cave) ever since we moved in this house, folks called it the Jungle room because how it was decorated so after we redid it, the name stuck so I have wild life paintings I did on all the walls. You can make money selling those.

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When I opened up the photo to take another look of admiration there was an advertisement that sates, "These Asian girlfriends are amazing." Is that because of my previous surfing being monitored or yours? Just curious. I think that girl works here. Not kidding.

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When I opened up the photo to take another look of admiration there was an advertisement that sates, "These Asian girlfriends are amazing." Is that because of my previous surfing being monitored or yours? Just curious. I think that girl works here. Not kidding.

Haha, I've noticed that. Those advertisements are so random. I just started using postimage since photo bucket hit the skids but it seems to have a sleezy advertisement element to it. Not quite sure how to imbed images into the forum so you don't have to click to enlarge but I've yet to figure it out. I've seen others post with postimage and your not able to select the image, therefore no redirecting to the post image site with...ahem...."alluring advertisements". Anyone who knows how to do this let me know or if there is a better image hosting site to use.

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[url=https://postimg.org/image/7coo9066x/][img=https://s20.postimg.org/7coo9066x/20171015_195635.jpg][/url]

[img=https://s20.postimg.org/x88es7v61/20171018_204757.jpg]

 

In your links there are two parts, the IMG tag and the URL tag. The IMG tag is what embeds as the photo, the URL part is what makes the clickable link. To remove the URL, delete the

[/url]

at the end, then delete the

[url=https://postimg.org/image/7coo9066x/]

from the beginning.

 

I used your two links as an example at the top of my post. The first link includes the clickable URL, the second one is edited so that only the photo will appear. I made it so that the code doesn’t embed so that you can see how the link works.

 

Also, when uploading to the image hosting site, if it asks you to resize the image, select medium or large. The small thumbnail pic is too small to show any detail

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[url=https://postimg.org/image/7coo9066x/][img=https://s20.postimg.org/7coo9066x/20171015_195635.jpg][/url]

[img=https://s20.postimg.org/x88es7v61/20171018_204757.jpg]

 

In your links there are two parts, the IMG tag and the URL tag. The IMG tag is what embeds as the photo, the URL part is what makes the clickable link. To remove the URL, delete the

[/url]

at the end, then delete the

[url=https://postimg.org/image/7coo9066x/]

from the beginning.

 

I used your two links as an example at the top of my post. The first link includes the clickable URL, the second one is edited so that only the photo will appear. I made it so that the code doesn’t embed so that you can see how the link works.

 

Also, when uploading to the image hosting site, if it asks you to resize the image, select medium or large. The small thumbnail pic is too small to show any detail

 

Let me give thata try:

20171018_204757.jpg

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Very nicely done look forward to seeing more when you complete them.

 

Here is something adorning the wall of my music room:

 

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My niece sent it to me and I framed it. Copy of Ted McCarty's drawing for the patent of what we refer to as the wrap-around bridge from 1955. They referred to it as "Stringed musical instrument of the guitar type and combined bridge and tailpiece therefor". [scared]

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