Learning to use the subheadings on the menu of my website!

Last Update: May 17, 2016

I've done some re-arranging with one of the pages on one of my websites. I'm learning to make use of the subheadings in my menu and put the appropriate posts on the pages. Would you please go to this page and check out my 2 posts in there? They are both reviews of books I have used to learn to draw. I would love some advice or comments on the website. Thanks everyone!

http://fundrawingsources.com/drawing-gallery/

Tina

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MKearns Premium
Good ideas. I see that using shadow makes a big difference in adding 3D depth to a 2Ddrawing. You might try Pixabay or Canva for tips/images that add color to the images.
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Ecowarrior Premium
Nice website! easy to navigate. Keep progressing!
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MNorton Premium
Hi Tina,
I really like it!! It's clean and easy to follow. Keep up the good work.
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scottdp Premium
Hi Tina, It looks good to me. The tag brings you back to archive page. I tryed it on fram hand pump. If that helps or If im missing the boat. Let me know so I can help more.
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Seahawk8058 Premium
Love the website. It's very fun and interesting with how you set it up.
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TDeYoung Premium
Thanks for checking it out!
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KarenEB Premium
Great website Tina - really does remind you of the power of being in the now when focusing on something so creative. Having said that, can't draw for toffee so very impressed.
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TDeYoung Premium
Oh I bet you could if you followed one of the books in my posts! (Had to throw that in there!)
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scottdp Premium
I agree with Tina you can draw. Im a watercolor artist and my website is geared around help people find there creative you.
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KarenEB Premium
I've just taken a look at your fantastic website - incredible work. Looking forward to following your success.
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