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is supposed to mean

I want to bring your art to life.

I'm just wondering if I'm in the ballpark or not.

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The translation is right and exact.

But I wonder why the word [版下]{はんした} is used in this sentence.

[版下]{はんした} is a expert word used in the printing industry and means [原稿]{げんこう} (copy) or [下書]{したが}き (draft) in easier words.

So, what I want to say is, I and most Japanese speakers won't use the combined word [版下作品]{はんしたさくひん}.

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ahhh thanks, kind of hard to know which kanji to use at times – JemiloII May 15 '14 at 14:46

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