The Golden Key: Scans and Photographs

We revised some of our vocab and had a class demo on using scanners and printers:

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Luckily for me, I’d planned to scan my rubbings of wood grain that day anyway:

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^  Black colour pencil

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^ Graphite pencil

^ I scanned the front (and back) of this chocolate wrapper, because…Just in case. Scanned them at 1000%…just to try it out.

Photographs of the door as well (in different lightings and with and without-flash):

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Photographed these (maybe I’ll do something with the scratches around keyholes). Maybe many different key holes from different doors.

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Noticed that our breakfast table also has an interesting wood grain “knot” shape (it doesn’t have any texture though)

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