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READ THE GUIDELINES BELOW!
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DON'T COVER THE ARTWORK
WRONG WAY ROUND
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CLEAR AND CRISP
- Use clear pens/pencils. We cannot process blurry or faded texts/drawings.
- If you don't have a printer/scanner you could handwrite it digitally (use an Ipad etc)
- It must be ALL BLACK. Any colors will be converted into black and white.
- Everything must be within the black borders. Anything outside of the borders will be cropped away.
- We would like you to express yourself but don't go too crazy: Ripping, burning, etc.
- Please don't photograph the document and upload it to our system. The document must be scanned in full size as a JPEG with min 300dpi.
- Please don't include any political, sexual, discriminatory statements/imageries. We will not be publishing any form of hate speech.
- The self interview sheet must be printed on an A4/US letter sized paper when you're working on it.
- The self interview sheet MUST be signed by the artist.
How to Use SCAN In 300dpi
You can open the Printers & Scanners app through System Preferences, but it’s easier to use CMD + SPACE to pull up Spotlight and type in “Scanner” to bring it up.
Once you’ve opened the preferences panel, you’ll see your printer, and you’ll want to click on Scan, and then Open Scanner.
At this point you’ll see the Scanner window, and you can click the Scan button,
but before scanning, click on the "Show Details" option to get into the settings for the scanner. If you have a sheet feeder, you could select that checkbox, and change the drop-down from Pictures to something else before scanning, but it’s easier to just get into the details first.
Once you’ve arrived at the Details screen, your scanner will usually warm up and take a preview scan before you select the options for the actual scan, although this will load from the flatbed.
Set the Resolution to 300 dpi (or 600)
Select the entire sheet
Set the Name to: YOUR ARTIST NAME
Set the Format to JPEG
Once everything is set, you can simply click Scan to start the scanning process.