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What kind of art style is this?
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>>2457576
Minimalism
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>>2457576 >>2457589

Good artist though.
Very crisp look.
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What kind of art style is this?

Hi, I have literally a BIG problem. At college my art teacher has encouraged me to draw at the very big format 1,5x1,5 meters, so I bought roll of that paper, established my workstation and .... nothing. I never been so overwhelmed in my art journey by empty sheet of paper, so many thoughts what to do and nothing cames out. What would you paint or draw on a big ass paper?? Give me some advise, because deep inside I know I must face that challenge...
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Ignore the big paper for a minute. Just take out the sketch pad you're used to drawing in and start on some thumbnails, just tiny sketches of ideas, compositions and subject matters. Think about imagery you're interested in drawing. Portraits? Fantasy? Architecture? What are you into? Find a starting point and launch from there.

Also there are some art prompt generators out there that you can use to help you get off the ground

http://artprompts.org/
http://somecallmebeth.com/art-idea-generator
http://www.seventhsanctum.com/generate.php?Genname=writeprompt

Or...
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Romanticism, and any other similiar eras. Include an explanation on yours and others pieces where information is needed, but dont be a smartass, nobody gives a fuck about your arts history degree
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Wish I had a Patreon but too anxious to start - thread

Main topic: how popular do you have to be for it to gain any traction at all?
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I've been wondering this as well.
Aside from having a base following to get you started, I think what you draw is as important as how well you can draw.
I've seen plenty of very skilled Patreon artists who have virtually no followers, and it seems to be because people aren't interested enough in what they draw. Specific projects or fanart seems to be the way to go.
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>>2456791
not need to be a big thing, if u have 200 followers on tumblr and get commissioned 1-3 time per week just open that shit. just look how shitty am i, shadman, just put dicks on poorly drawed women and get all the obama coins.
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>>2456814
>just put dicks on poorly drawed women and get all the obama coins.

This is genius just imagine the amount of monies goyim would pay by the thought of their waifus having feminine dick. Has anyone tried a project for basically drawing people's favorite characters bearing Chad's thundercock?

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What kind of skill level can I obtain after 11 months if I put in 4-5 hours a day into it? Traditional, representational art. Examples are preferred.

No shitposting or clueless retards, please. Looking for clear and informed answers.
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the weekly skill ballpark thread huh
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>>2459200

How could anyone even tell you? What do you want people to say? You'll get to level 6 in one year, level 8 if you practice hard. Just look up examples of people's work at certain points to get an idea, but understanding that's basically meaningless because it depends on so much of what you want to do and how effective you are at practicing.
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>>2459200
You could either suck or be great.
Litteraly the only answer to possibly give.

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What's the advantage/difference and effects you can get using a fountain pen instead of felt tip or roller ball pens?

I've been obsessed with the Uniball Air but I'm thinking of picking up a Lamy Safari or some other cheapish fountain pen just to experiment, but I'm not really sure why you would choose a fountain pen over any other type of pen. Can you vary the line width easily?
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I got a pilot metropolitan pen to try them out, and in my experience the lines aren't terribly different to a fine tip pen, but I think it feels nice to use. You can vary the line width a little bit by turning the pen, though that also can disrupt ink flow and make your line skip. Basically there's an 'optimal' way to hold it that has a pretty steady line weight, then you can use the back for a much thinner line, but as you turn it from one to the other it can skip, if that makes sense. Drawing in general with it can lead to an inconsistent ink flow, they...
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>>2457211

interesting, thanks. that makes me rethink getting one if it doesn't really add anything new from other pens.
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>>2457510

If you want a pen that can really vary line weight, get a brush pen. It takes a lot of getting used to, but once you get precise with it you can get massive variations in your lines.

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How do I draw kids or young people?

I can't find references because I don't want to go to jail and my characters all just look like tiny adults.
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>>2458665
Loomis
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Looks pretty teeany to me.

Sycra has a vĂ­deo explain proportion, too bad he only do male body, but its worthy looking.
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>>2458678

I didn't draw that, it's an example of the level I'd like to be at.

Anyone at/been to Academy of Arts University. Thinking of applying next year but I'm on the fence about it currently. Also I'm from the UK and haven't got a clue how university really works in America. Also general Art College discussion thread. Where do/did you study and what was it like?
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i attended couple of their online classes, pretty good especially their fundamentals to drawing.
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>>2455915
They have some very specific classes. It's better than taking a more broad degree and studying a load of stuff that is never going to be any use to you
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Would something like that not be much more expensive than going to a European/UK art school? (If it works the same way unis do)

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Today I went to an antique dealer's house with my dad and his rich friend. The buyer wanted to decorate his house with paintings and I was brought in because my dad thought I have some eyes for good painting. The old guy told us that the painter was some kind of famous guy and honestly I didn't buy that so obviously I googled it. It turned out to be the painting of a well known Spanish filmmaker. His still lifes are over saturated neon green and red. And they got that gross oily look.

Obviously do you think that this is aesthetically good? Or is it the historical...
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Btw he paid 1500$ for it and it was considered to be a bargain.
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It looks kitsch as fuck. It wouldn't look out of place in a cruise-ship or hotel desu.
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>>2459134
Looks like it would have been worth 1500 if the artist spent 2000 dollars on materials. :^)

>never draw because I'm shit
>shit because I never draw

What do, /ic/? I used to have so much fun drawing, but lately all I can ever think about when I try to draw is how bad I am at it. The learning materials I've tried don't tend to work for me, including Loomis. How can I get past hating myself so I can put in the work to git gud?
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Are you aiming for professional work? If not, find another hobby, one that don't make you sad.
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>>2459067
Stop trying to draw complex things.
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>>2459067
the point of being an artist isn't to git gud

the point is to keep drawing until your arm falls off or you get old and die

SO DRAW BOI, DO IT UNTIL YOU GIT GUD AND ACQUIRE AN INCOME

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I have 11 months to impress the art college I want to apply to. I'm not worrying about drawing but traditional painting seems hard.

What's the best media to use for a beginner?
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pick up some bob ross stuff. seems straight forward enough
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>>2454928

ugh no I want a legit painting technique for traditional painting, I'm not a sunday painter
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Get gamblin 1980 oil paint or winsor newton winton oil paint,

gamsol, linseed stand oil, and refined linseed oil. Have two large glass containers or "silicoil tank"s filled with gamsol for cleaning your brushes. Have one small glass container with gamsol for dipping your brush before you apply initial layer of paint. And have one small glass container filled with mixture (shake it) of 2/5 linseed stand oil, 2/5 refined linseed oil and 1/5 gamsol - for dipping brushto mix with paint for subsequent layers.

Do not prime the canvas with a color but start...
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Which 'art' publications are worth following? Not looking for anything specific. It's just something I've always meant on doing, but I don't know where to start.
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>>2457748
Feedly, take a rip through the feeds avalible for "fine art", "contemporary art"
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>>2457868
Yes! I made an account earlier today and have spent a decent chunk of time collecting feeds. This is great!

I have yet to connect with art sites though, and I've also haven't deposited much trust on those kind of "most popular" feed results, as I assume they cater to the lowest common denominator, but if you say so, I'll check them out.
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>>2457748
>'art'
who are you afraid of triggering?

who is your favorite out of these? why do you enjoy their work?

I honestly have to say out of all these artists, Oscar Murillo, Sterling Ruby, and Mary Weatherford stand out.

To keep it short, people can debate me or not.

Oscar Murrillo, has an incredible sense of materials. The textures, through draw, painting, and raw texture are quite amazing. And the sense that the works are mutable, compels me even more.

Sterling Ruby: Wow. I've heard of him for a while, but only yesterday did I take a larger look at his work. Those color field paintings, stunned me. Especially "SP288, 2014" one of my favorite paintings to date.

Mary W: The nonchalnt aspect of her neon lights with juxatposition of the flashe abstractions hits the right amount of minimalism (neon lights) with complexity (paint). There's a nice balance going on.

Anyone care to add or subtract?
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>>2458898
I looked up the first guy on Google and this came out. He's my favorite already
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>>2458898
I don't know any of those guys.
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google them.

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looking to get a few pointers on scenery. also, post your scenery/nature.
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>>2457578
Are you fucking serious
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>>2457583
He's asking for advice you fag
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Post in the beginner thread so you don't turn out like >>2457643, irredeemably bad at everything you do but making your own threads with a revoltingly inflated feeling of self worth.

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Any tips on a Hirohiko Araki-like style?
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Study it, mimmick it..etc.
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cross hatching, sharp edges, girly eyes, muscles.
Ding.
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>>2452205
Study Western masters. Araki drew heavily from Italian artists like Da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Look at fashion magazines and draw from them too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qM2vHahcqQ
see how he draws

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