how you draw anatomy anon?
I need some examples of how you draw anatomy so I can learn from it
Is using an aquabrush over pens (uniball air usualy, but I also jetstream and signo 207, as well as pentel energel) something people do?
Is there any good resources for using this? I don't think this is an ink wash so I'm confused on what to look up to see how other peole use this.
How i learn to draw?
Sup guys. Let's talk ATCs. Does anyone draw on them? Have you traded any away? Have you gotten any back? Share your stories.
I recently just got into them. There's a pretty decent art scene where I live, and I'm hoping to meet some fellow artists to trade amongst them. Let's see them cards!
Long Beach, CA. They're literally little 2.5X3.5 cards that you can buy, or make out of any type paper. I guess the point of it is to draw something on it, and trade with fellow artists and collect art from them. Sounds pretty cool, and I was wondering if /ic/ does anything like that. I would love to hear stories.
Please share if someone has it.
ITT: Cool art video thread
post your tumblr and how many hours a day you usually draw
I guess the other one's close to autosage.
Traditional materials, professional at noodling with paint.
Who's up for some online drawing?
Nothing serious, stupid fun.
Could start a random collab or draw a bit by yourself.
Drop your reference photos, I'll be dumping mine.
Working on my dragons what does /ic/ think so far
I'm going to be dead soon. I have made a number of sketches of some occasional merit as well as a few oils. They will most likely be destroyed on my passing. While I am certainly no master of my craft I think they may provide amusement and be worth squireling away on the off chance. How might I safe guard them from a post mortem bonfire?
Do what old people do: Hide it in the walls of your house
In a plastic bag or something too, to protect from weather damage and mold.
Just think of it: some family who buys your house years after you die will decide to do some housework and dig up a bunch of neat art out of their walls. They might just keep it! Who knows? And be sure to write them a letter, or leave them something nice!
Any of you ever do body art casually?
Got bored during a lecture today so I pulled a sharpie and made it.
Took about 30 minutes.
>pic related, it later in the day
Show me your casual body art, desu.
Haven't done any recently, this pic is a couple years old. Before that I hadn't done any since high school or so.
It started as tracing the veins and then quickly got out of control. I like doodling on my hand. I just don't really do it anymore. I draw as a job so I don't really have a chance to just doodle on myself usually.
Did that shit all the time in highschool when I was bored in class.
btw if you're not using non-toxic water based inks or things specifically designed to be used on skin, you're absorbing some pretty nasty shit from that ink.
How would I know if I had the Dunning Kruger Effect? How would I go by curing it? At the same time how do you deflate an inflated ego and stop the feeling of defeat and frustration from another Artist who's better than you?
One more thing how do you get over the fear of posting online and the mentality that you're not good enough to post online or that the place you're trying to post is not worthy for displaying your work and vice versa?
Is it possible to do something exactly like this with traditional tools?
It really depends on you and what you want to make. Digital tools are just that. Tools. Much like how acrylics and graphite are also just tools.
You can't replicate them exactly, but you can try.