is used when someone goes somewhere with someone else.
I want to say that my artwork is accompanied by good writing skills
can I tweak the verb to serve in this case this way:
The mission is to produce best quality services by accompanying our artwork with writing skills.
Does the verb make sense in this case, because we are the people who combine artwork and writing skills!
I'm sorry I'm having a bad time explaining my point but I think it is clear in the example.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
can you suggest a verb that'll work?
Or complement (sic, not 'complIment'): 'We should complement A with B'.