What does /ic/ thinks of Gerhard Richter's work?
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>an elaborate hairstyle
Hair, my one true weakness.
It's been a while since I've actually drawn anything. What the hell did I do wrong?
Anyone have any tips for drawing anatomy? Even when the proportions look equal and correct I struggle to draw figures with the casual slouch that we naturally have, and people end up looking as stiff as a board. Any trained/talented artists have advice?
The only advice that matters is the same for all these retarded "how I do dis?" threads. Practice, a fuck ton.
It's not what you lazy assholes want to hear but that's what works. If you don't spend the time doing the studies (Drawing figures from life/photos) to understanding what the fuck you're drawing no amount of tips or tricks will help you. It's a trained skill and the only way to get your figures to look good is to spend tons of hours drawing them badly and slowly making improvements until they're good.
thank yer models kids
oh I love that film, thank you for posting.
but I gotta say, the style is Sheridan College all over the place and I am not sure if this is a good thing. I am wondering what would have become of the artist without the disney flavour.
artwork your never going to finish thread
i did this one in adobe during my highschool art class
post all of your unfished works
Drawing I SFUCKING IMPOSSIBLE
HOW DO YOU PEOPLE FUCKING DO IT
I"VE BEEN READING ALL THOSE HOW TO DRAW BOOKS AND IT AINT WOKRING
Try doing what you see on each page instead of reading them.
I would recommend to start with a real book like Scott Robertson - How to Draw (not now to draw on the left half of your ass) after that you will be ready to start studying humans by Michael Hampton.
I'm so sorry Pianorei. It shouldn't have been like this.
How the hell does this happen? How can one artist dig themselves into such a shit hole.
Also, general confusing artist change thread.
They are two completely different styles, not surprising when switching to a new style you're shit until you get good at it.
didn't think this was something anyone needed to be told.
> muh style
no, this is what happens when you go mango and banana first before Loomis. If you can Loomis then style shouldn't even be an issue. Just observe and memorize the proportions and grind and you'll be gud. Like those Japanese animators or assistants that can master a new style quickly? yeah they got the eye.
My drawing please comment
How do I achieve shading like pic related? Is this some kind of crosshatching?
If you look close (zoom in if it helps) you'll see the drawstrokes.
There's no magic at play here, he's just using very light strokes and the direction of them lways follows the form of the subject, and he's obviously very skilled at it. Read Loomis, he explains all of this.
It should be possible to do this with pencils in fact it looks like pencils to me.
Let's have a t/3/apots lewd thread since such things aren't allowed on /3/.
We don't treat photobashers kindly around here, fuck off back to /3/
Original thread: https://warosu.org/ic/thread/2453215
Is an objective art necessary, or simply a outdated remnant of a centralized Modernist society?
Meant Braque, but it's actually a Picasso. The other is a Gris, he BTFO of Picasso in terms of colour.
The problem is subjectivity. See Postmoderism, what is good is a fractured mess dependent on your life. There is no one context, we don't have an institution say this is good art, nor any rules to break....
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I'm making a go fund me where I'm going to turn some 5x7 mermaid art into postcard prints for $5 backers. I'veneverscannedwiththeideatoprintthough and I'm nervous/scared.
I scan it in at 600 dpi? Is that necessary?
Is really all I need to do is just play with the contrast?
I have no doubt that I will be able to sell 250 prints matched with my current financial situation, and my art is kitchy cute, so. Let's say "sure".
How should I edit the art for a print? Let's say vista print?
Scan at whatever the max optical (not interpolated) resolution of the scanner is, and then resize the file to whatever size and resolution your output is going to be. You shouldn't do more than fix contrast and color / saturation depending on the quality of your scanner; maybe reduce noise and sharpen a bit since prints tend to come out a little softer than the digital image.
There is a '.locky' virus floating around now that will encrypt all your files. It just fucked my shit up and I lost all my precious photos on the :C drive and it started making it's way on my external. Luckily it didn't cause too much damage since I plugged it out when I quickly noticed it. (My gave saved files are locked though).
Remember to BACK-UP your files! And always have a proper AV software installed!