I am in need of an artist who would be willing to work on a good amount of paid commissions. The picture in this post is the style I'm looking for, but I would like it to be a little more polished.
Each character would have to start naked, with each listed part on a separate layer.
Whole outfit (top & bottom)
The characters would need to be 720px tall and facing to the right a little.
I will need both males and females drawn, among some other things, so you'd have to be okay drawing whatever.
It really depends on the quality of artwork, but 200-400 USD is a start for around 12-20 characters.
I'll need more eventually, as well as scenery and all that but I'd like to start with just characters.
Not gonna get that from anyone except absolutely terrible and inexperienced artists. You're better off without them.
If you want a semi realistic polished character you should be paying at least 200 per character, maybe 100 for the very desperate artists from third world countries.
is there a way to skip all the fancy artsy fundamentals if i only want to draw hot bitches?
hell, you might get away with it if you pooled years of experience into only drawing hot bitches, while leaning on your reference folder harder than a drunk man on a coffee table, but at that point why not just take the time to learn the basics and get better faster
What do you think of this quick portrait I did of my girlfriend?
What is the age where most artists start to get gud? 15-17? Or is it in their 20s?
Are there any good guides or anything that helps with drawing nature --I.e. flowers, trees, vines, etc.? I'm a hippie tree hugger degenerate but I can't for the life of me draw plants. There's just so much going on in one spot that it's overwhelming. Help pls
Sorry for shit pictures, straight outta Google.
Got a tattoo very similar to this one here and was wondering what i should add to it / get on the other arm. anyone have any suggestions?
So I've got a huge blank wall behind my sofa and want to make something to cover it.
Pic related. It's a rough sketch up I've made of what I'm planning on doing.
Will add more details when I do the actual work.
Anyone got any tips on how I could do this?
Paint or print? stencils? etc.
I like the idea.
And I think digital media is probably the best choice - you can get it printed fairly cheaply if you look around your neighbourhood.
How can I improve this?
Disney character Nick Wilde. Need help with getting proper head dimensions and accurate head construction.
Picture is currently how it stands. Screenshot because image is too big.
I'm going to be very nice and give you all a treasure trove of material. From How to Draw books to Art Books. All complete.
Why is chicken scratch drawing supposed to be so bad? I actually enjoy the way they look.
Because for those who are trying to learn how to draw that method will slow down their learning progress significantly. A person who doesn't chick scratch will sketch faster, like in under 1 minute in comparison to those who do will take 20 minutes to finish a sketch.
Where do I get started with learning architecture? Which books by whom should I look into?
I want to make environments/scenery have my buildings not look like bashed-together concept art vomit (sorry for being harsh about the wording) that doesn't have the underlying principles of buildings down pat.
the 7 lamps-john ruskin
mask of medusa
vitruvius: 10 books on architecture
poetics of space-gaston bachelard
laugier on the primitive hut
architects to look at:
el lissitzky - mostly art did make a few houses
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For anyone with dark interests (no matter how fucked up)
what are your favorite sai brushes?
i gotta paint some abstract art but i don't even know where to start
/ic help me
general abstract thread