so I want to make a comic in watercolors but I'm sure my normal inking tools (a rapidograph) will not work well on watercolor aper
What do I do? Find an alternative way to letter or use a different medium for colors?
>Being a lame Anthony Lister knock off.
Can I actually make a decent living and not want to kill myself as an artist, or should I just stick to it as a hobby?
What's the point of drawing if you don't recieve any appreciation/compensation for it?
I do vandal art ....
Do you ever find that erotic art drawn by non erotic artists is more captivating than artists who specialize in pornographic art?
I've found recently that I have a fascination with seeing an artists breadth of art to cover a good range of topics and concept, and then the icing on the cake is their pornographic art on the side.
Does anyone else consider drawing erotic art as a splurge of sorts? I can't draw naked women as an artistic thing, if I'm drawing tits, I'm drawing tits for fun.
Apologies to Matthieu Cousin.
Naked women doesnt automatically = erotic, although you know that. Once you get deep into your anatomy studies you dont really see the nude figure as a sexual object, thats not necessarily a beginner mentality but more of a maturity thing although there are many adults who who still fall into the prude catagory. It is satisfying to see established artists make sexual drawings though, imo if it isnt tasteful and well executed it makes it seem trashy though (see:sakimichan).
>doesn't look like pedo shit
Teach me your ways fambalaya
this drawing might be shit from a technical stand point, but it really captures the expression of the subject.
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I feel like my shapes are good but my value is just piss
Artist's name is Leon Löwentraut or some shit and he's 17. People are making a fuss over how great and special his stuff is and he happily claims that his art teachers said he sucks.
Just one example of this kind of art.
Apparently rich people actually pay thoudands for this, and I can't wrap my head around it. Where's the appeal? What's so special? I'd never hang it onto my walls its just plain unappealing.
Not in his case, he is selling them for 1k-5k (some probably for more). For some reason he managed to get the German press and television to cover him. I just checked on Youtube and he was on a lot of popular TV channels and shows.
My guess is that his parents are friends with a gallery owner or someone working with for TV.
Once you get big media coverage you can jack up the prices 10 fold and you will still sell more than ever. I don't think it has much to do with money laundering, there are a...
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I just watched the Infinite Warfare trailer on youtube and noticed that it got a whole bunch of dislikes and the game was just downright hated even though its not even close to being out yet
I can't help but feel bad for the artists, animators and the programmers who put their all into the game and its development, and just to have it be shit on by a bunch of whiny gamers(the same gamers that will probably buy it anyways)
Hi /ic/, have any of you seen this painting before? It's authored by one wonderful August Schenck (Not his best, but that's beside the point). I was wondering if you could help me find the name of this painting, if it has one, as I can't seem to find it myself.
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wolf portrait? Just learn to reverse G search
Do you remember what cartoon, anime or video game first inspired you to draw?
When I was just a lad, I watched a lot of Godzilla and played lots of SNES starfox. Lots of monsters and polygonal spaceships were drawn.
Then I stopped drawing for 20 years, but picked it up again after watching KLK 3yrs ago.
He /ic/ I usually don't post here very often although I do lurk alot, I've recently began working and as of late I don't seem to have the drive to draw. Its not that I'm not lacking motivation or anything of the sort, I'm still very observant and study visually to build my visual library. I still look at art and collect reference and all that jazz. However, it seems like I just have an issue getting the pencil to the paper or the stylus to the tablet. This is strange to me because literally the day before my first day of work I was fine. Drawing/painting for 5+ hours a day, feeling great and all. But even after getting my brake from work(work part time) I didn't really sit down and focus up like I usually do, I just couldn't dedicate my brain to it. My body and everything just felt awkward, maybe it is just a change in my mindset, but when I tried to force it, I can only go for like 30 minutes before I lolly gag for like an hour or so. Usually it would be like the inverse, stay focus for like an hour and half and enter a 30 min rabbit hole, and then I'd snap out of it.
Does anybody have any clue what could actually be happening, I don't like not practicing and studying.
I will post some of my work, I still think I'm a bit of a beginner so feel free to crit my shit senpai...
>falling for the chicken scratch meme
Who else wanna be a top chicken scratcher like pic related, Frank Frazetta?
Chicken scratch is a method employed by artists who are just starting off. They do it because they haven't developed confidence in their strokes.
Obviously from the patchwork of gestural strokes in this sketch, Frazetta has confidence and therefore isn't chicken scratching.
Rip it apart. I know that I am fucking terrible at anatomy but at least it's better than some of my previous stuff. Plus I don't do full-body often.