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  1. Senior Member
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    illustration, paintings, drawings?

    first of all, what are the differences between illustrations, paintings and drawings?

    Also, can you please paraphase the follwoing sentences about advertising techniques? Thanks in advance.

    Ads with an intellectual presentation usually have few illustrations. if they have any illustrations, they will probably be drawings or paintings . in this way, both parts of the ad are processed in the same way. ( what does this sentnece mean and what does both parts indicate? Does it mean drawings or paintings? or what else? 0

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    Re: illustration, paintings, drawings?

    As you can see from your own text, drawings and paintings are different kinds of illustrations. Drawings are done in pencil, ink or charcoal; paintings are done in paints (e.g. acrylics, watercolours, oils).

    I don't know enough about printing techniques to explain your sentences.

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