Can a participial phrase be used as an objective complement? If so, is there a way to tell when the participial phrase is or is not used as an objective complement?
How would this sentence be diagrammed?
Leonardo drew many pictures showing birds in flight.
Subject = Leonardo, Verb = drew, Direct Object = pictures, Participial Phrase = showing birds in flight, Participle = showing, Direct Object of Participle = birds
Would "showing" be diagrammed below the direct object "pictures" like most participles or would it be diagrammed right next to "pictures" as an objective complement, therefore having two direct objects on the same diagram base?