Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Artwork"

The meaning of "Artwork" in various phrases and sentences

Q: "I'd like to have some artwork in the middle for management report. "

I'm an illustrator and my client sent me this sentence as their request. I thought my client want to see rough sketches before colouring. what do you think? ne anlama geliyor?
A: Thank you for the more information!! 🙆🏻‍♀️ That's definitely super helpful! I think I understand the meaning of 'the middle' now 😄

Since the client gave you the dates - 7th to the 24th - I think 'in the middle' means IN BETWEEN these dates, the client would like to have some preliminary sketches to show the bakery 😄

So you're right! They have asked you to provide some sketches by the middle of these dates so they can double check with the bakery. 🍞

I hope this helps!

Synonyms of "Artwork" and their differences

Q: contemporary artwork ve modern artwork arasındaki fark nedir?
A: I don’t really understand how this a English topic but the only difference is time modern came first
Q: artwork ve masterpiece arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Artwork is any work of art, a masterpiece is art that is beautiful or amazing in your opinion.
Q: artwork ve painting arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Artwork can be any type of art, it doesn't have to be limited to paint. Painting is strictly used to describe a picture that has been painted.
Q: ‎Some artwork have drawn their attention ve Some artwork is drawing their attention arasındaki fark nedir?
A: some artwork "has" drawn their attention
has should be used instead of have since artwork is singular, and this sentence is past tense. so it means it already happened

some artwork is drawing their attention is present tense, so it's happening now

Translations of "Artwork"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? I’m looking forward to see your artwork directly.🤩 I’m going to see you my artwork if l have a chance:-)
A: *I'm looking forward to see your artwork in person* There is another word you could instead of *in person* however I forgot. I'm going to see you my artwork if i have a chance = I will go see your artwork if i have a chance.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? What does "some" means in "some new artwork"? if artwork here is just one, is it possible that the word "some" is used? if artwork here is above two, i think "artworks" in stead of "artwork" shall be used. what could you advice to me?

A: in this case, you can still say "some" even though it's just one piece of art. i'm not sure why, but it still makes sense. english is weird like that 🤣
the plural form of artwork is artwork. it's irregular, so you don't add an s

hope this helped!
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? 그것은 환상적인 작품이었다. It was fantastic artwork. In former language.
A: You're saying it right. It was a fantastic work/piece of art/art work/piece.

Other questions about "Artwork"

Q: Some of my artworks in the new OOO magazine. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: You could say it two ways.
"Some of my artworks are in the new OOO magazine."
or
"Some of my artwork is in the new OOO magazine".
Q: I drew these artworks for OOO, they made some jackets and shirts with these design and the jacket in the new OOO magazine, check them out! bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: maybe "Including one of the jackets featured in the newest OOO magazine."
Q: The artwork I looked at at the museum was interesting. It is circular when viewed in this direction, but rectangular when viewed in the opposite direction. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "The artwork I looked at at the museum was interesting. It was circular when viewed one way, but rectangular when viewed another."

Yours was perfectly understandable though. :)
Q: 1. Your artworks are as beautiful as our teacher's
2. Peter is as awesome as her sister
3. I can run as fast as the horses
4. My father drives as slow as a snail bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: 1. Your artwork is as beautiful as our teacher's
2. Peter is as awesome as his sister
3. I can run as fast as a horse
4. My father drives as slow as a snail

these sound natural
Q: I'm looking forward to seeing more your cool artworks in the future.?

I'm looking forward to seeing your cool artworks more in the future.?

Which is correct??
A: of those I would say the second one. "I'm looking forward to seeing more of your cool artworks in the future." is most natural

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