||Hi! My name is Sara. I use Wikipedia regularly, whenever I need to learn more about a topic. But I have been wondering who writes the articles? Why do the articles change sometimes? I have read that anyone can edit Wikipedia. Can I do it too? How do I do that?
||1. Can you reduce the hair margin 2. Can the strands merge better with hair (maybe reduce the white and increase the black in the hair in the same proportion as other sketches.)3. Global: Render her pants a little more. Refer pants of ira_v2 for reference. 4. Could you improve Sara's right hand (the one that is raised) by making it proportional to the rest of the body?
||That sounds awesome! But where can I begin?
||Keen and curious
||Face and shoulders (upper body)
||1. Show her facing and talking to the learner. Turn the head. 2. Global: For all her dialogues, let her talk to the audience, facing them. To create interest, Sara could have different poses. But when she speaks, she faces the audience.
||But who decides what gets published? A editor in chief, somewhere?
||Funnily this is pretty good. :)
||Looks good! No change.
||This sounds like more fun that I originally thought. Giving something back to Wikipedia also makes sense. Where do I start?
||Talking to the learners, Maybe she can pose something like this
||Look, I have an account on Wikipedia. Now it's more easy to keep track of how the collaboration with the other users is evolving. I wouldn't for example want someone to put in false facts in the articles that I have worked on.
||Could you make her facial expression softer and pleasant (Refer: 13.png). Maybe she can pose something like this.
||I still haven't figured out where I can find the tools I need to start editing Wikipedia. There's so many things to look at.
||Upper body (till waist)
||Who created this article? It is so well-written!
||Big eyes, face and shoulders. Check this out.
||I wonder if I am smart enough to write an article like that. And where do I start?
||Face, shoulders and hands
||What just happened? The change I did to this article is no longer there. Someone must have taken it out. Why did this other user just remove the change I made? I don't understand.
||Totally confused, perplexed
||Face, shoulders. Refer
||Could you make her finger shorter and not touching her lip. Maybe you can make her fold her fingers on the chin.
||Oh, I am going to add the articles I have been working on so that I can find them more quickly in the future. [pause] Oh, now it says that I have a message.
||Busily working on the computer
||1. Could you reduce the shadow of her hands on the computer - it seems too large. 2. Align the keyboard to her hands. 3. Maybe position a mouse somewhere? 4. Global: Make the monitor thinner/modern. Reference image
||The message I got was very kind, and explained what had happened. It really inspired me to make my first real edits. I can't believe how quickly people notice what you do here. That's really amazing.
||Happy and matter of fact
||Looking in front - talking to the reader. Refer
||You might want to redo her right hand. Otherwise, she looks great!
||I am still a bit nervous about making my first edits. What if I do something wrong? And what should I strive for? I mean, I am not going to write the perfect article directly.
||A little unsure
||Well, you cannot help but dream about writing an article that will appear on the main page of a website with millions of readers.
||Hand on the face, computer in front, and shown thinking
||1. All reviewers really liked Sara's look as well as the angle that you got of her in this sketch. It looks awesome! 2. Shirt at the top seems swelled. Could you take a second look and see how it can be improved? Maybe reduce the distance between two sides of her coat?
||All right, I want to write a good article. How do I do that?
||Keen and curious
||Face and shoulders (upper body)
||That does make sense. I think I have a book or two that I can use as a source for my articles. Right away, writing articles seems very much more manageable.
||Matter of fact
||Head and shoulder. Talking to the learner Refer
||I cannot find an article about this subject on Wikipedia. Should I wait until someone else writes the article?
||Front profile, Refer
||All right, now I have saved the page! My very first new article. Great, that feels... wonderful. Just knowing that lots of people will read it... wow!
||Tired and happy
||On the computer, head turned towards the learner, talking. Refer
||Well, time sure flies on Wikipedia! I just discovered that I have more than a hundred edits. It did not take long for another Wikipedian with the same interests to find my edits through her Watchlist and contact me on my talk page. Now we have contact outside Wikipedia as well - and she lives in Kolkata, India.
||Head and shoulders Talking to the reader Refer We obviously do not want the phone :)
||Before my next trip to Morocco next month, I will use Wikipedia's Create a book feature. [She points to the menu on the left.] I will collect all articles that I need and get a personal travelogue printed. Wikipedia really has many more features than I originally thought.
||Just talking, different pose
||Sitting with the computer and points to the Create a book feature on the main page that is visible on the computer screen
||1. She might need to point higher and towards the left margin for Create a book feature. 2. Can her monitor be made thinner and a little more modern? 3. Could you reduce the size of the table so that the overall image is smaller. 4. Instead of a chair, can she be seated on a stool? Refer image 10.png 4. Global: Make Sara central to all props (computer, desk, stool etc.). The props should take the least space necessary to convey the thought.
||As a fairly new Wikipedia editor I remember my first edits well. I try to use that and welcome other new users that edit the same articles I edit. Perhaps I can help them avoid some of the common pitfalls. In that area I have learn ed lot from the veteran users, that may have thousands of edits and seem very sure of what they are doing. But all of them started like me.
||Full profile Refer