I cant find a good brush for PS. I want to draw clean lines like these sketches (black ones) but I only get blurried/fat/dirty lines (red ones).
Im using the default brushes but when its the time to do the inking it always becomes the usual fat lines.
Any tips? Any recommended brush? I followed several tutorials out there but everyone seems to like those fat/pressure lines instead of a clean and b/w smooth lineart.
At what point during your art career should you stop falling for the "muh style" meme and be a little lax in your technique?
Focus on both, people who think you are supposed to have either a "style" or do realistic stuff are retarded.
Its just good to have both.
[spoiler]obviously if you draw fucking tumblr "muh style" then you should kill yourself. sorry for bad english, i am a gook[/spoiler]
No. You settle into habits which some might then call their style. That however has nothing to do with proper stylization, which is not something you will ever understand and get good at without studying it, just like anything else.
got a wacom tablet for 100 euro.
what do you guys think of my first digital piccy?
I saw this book in a Japanese bookstore, loved the cover art so I bought it thinking it might have more. Turns out its just a bunch of art for the character...
Anyway, I've done some searching and the name of the illustrator who did the cover is Akemi Hayashi, but I can't find that much online.. Any tips?
Akemi Hayashi isn't an illustrator, she's an animator, and most animators (in general. There are exceptions) don't really have large amounts of illustrative work.
The most you can really do is find whatever shows she's worked on and google images. If you can find out which shows there's a possibility she's drawn some promotional art of some sort.
How am I supposed to draw a box correctly in perspective if I keep getting confusing information, just by looking, as well as from that dumbass Proko?
"top and bottom lines will converge towards eachother/slightly up, slightly down"
"box shapes irl don't do that".
There's gotta be a way to make this shit easier for me to grasp/draw. I'm dying to draw people.
Also, what the hell counts on here as "not" symbol drawing? Any time I've seen someone post a sketch of an eye, or face, or anything, they get...
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>Also, what the hell counts on here as "not" symbol drawing? Any time I've seen someone post a sketch of an eye, or face, or anything, they get "lol symbol drawing" when it wasn't.
Two possibilities: either it was, and you can't tell
Or, it wasn't and the poster was full of shit
This is why you don't come to 4chan for advise.
Well, can you tell me whats "not" symbol drawing? I saw this dude get shit on for drawing an eye, just the eye. Nothing else, no eye lashes, but he got torn apart for "symbol drawing".
Has any of you guys visit Pixiv alot?
its like everyone is a fucking God in there.
Almost every work posted there is so good compared to other sites.
Hello People of /ic/ have some Questions
1. Is anybody here who can tell me if there is a specific board 4 graffiti
2. If not does anybody wants to talk about like post some pics (pieces, stickers, tags in generell)
Is this good?
Because we should not have to make new threads or post in draw threads with our fundamental exercises.
Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, do not give up, make your mom proud.
AVOID asking unrelated questions, There is a question thread for that.
Visit the usual "Art book Thread" to find your desired books.
Do not forget to PLEASE RESIZE and crop your images before uploading them. 1kpx is fine.
Before asking "what should I read/view/study/learn," Read the f*cking sticky, it's...
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Nah, used to be a classical musician. Fundamentals are worth spending an hour a day on.
I like this guy's take on the exercise.
Daily reminder to not give up and remember why you started!
I just wanted to know, if any of you guys uses an online drawing course to learn the fundamentals. They weren't mentioned in the sticky and i really want to focus my practice and make good use of my drawing time. I'm thinking about subscribing to one, but don't know which one is appropriate.
Until now i looked at New Masters Academy, Drawing Academy and Schoolism.
New Masters Academy is great. Very cheap and very high level instructors
I'd say getting a New Masters Academy subscription and Proko's content is probably the best "deal" out there when it comes to online content, but there is no "critiques" or one on one instruction so you're only able to passively take from it what you can get.
So I made these "vases" >bongs but lately I've been feeling uninspired I don't smoke anymore cuz I get paranoid what do I do
Observe how Hamada throws a closed form. Pay attention to his use of a throwing stick, the way he collars the neck while keeping a vertical lip, and maintains control of the shoulder by keeping it convex at all times.
Try to watch Leach throw a coil neck onto a closed form while he blows your mind with master craftsman philosophy.
"“Right may not be expedient. It may not be profitable, but it will satisfy your soul.”
Said by Maya Angelou when talking about her mother and a painting by Phoebe called Sister Souki’s Funeral. The quote is taken from the TV show Oprah Presents Master Class, and on January 16, 2011, Maya Angelou was on episode 3."
>someone posts a pretty decent art piece
>tell them it sucks and they need to go back to the basics
piece in question? you're probably delusional and polishing turds
>someone posts a pretty decent piece
>nobody says anything
>after a long time a couple people compliment it
>NOW tell them it sucks and they need to go back to the basics
Is there any good guides for perspective drawing??
my son drew this,what does /ic/ think?