>>2444179 You can only see the front side of her skirt. We should be able to see a little of the back side. Her hair looks so cartoony it seems more like a hat. Try drawing normal human people hair, then drawing the cartoony bits on top. The elbows are okay, but the knee really does make her look like a doll/mannequin. If that's what she is, good job, you nailed it, but if she's a human you should really tone it down a bit. Her calves are garbage, especially her left calf. It looks like she has a broken tibia.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> Find the right color palette > Already have linework done
Where do you go from there ? Do you apply color strictly from your palette and no other colors (Which means the lights and shadows are already in your chosen palette) or do you add light, highlights and shadow colors over your palette ?
Most of the artists known to have worked from models had to get to a point in their art where it was good enough to be sold for large enough amounts of money that they could afford to hire models to pose for them. Don't believe the meme that artists only ever worked from models exclusively. Even looking at the picture you've posted you can see many artistic liberties taken with the photographs; a head turn here, placement of the feet or arms, and last but not least of which being that they're all in color.
What type of markers does /ic/ use/reccomend? I bought a pretty big set of Prismacolors years ago, but I recently bought a set of greyscale Copics and like how they color and blend. Was thinking of investing in a colored set but was wondering what other comparable alternatives are out there, preferably lower priced but I'm willing to splurge if necessary. Also, general marker discussion thread I guess.
Copics are the best that I've found as far as getting even coverage and avoiding that splotchy marker look, they blend really well too. I don't have a lot of them, but I like their small color fusion / blending trio 3-sets for quick sketches.
There are a lot of more reasonably priced alternatives depending on where you are in the world; W&N Brushmarkers (basically rebranded Letrasets), Neopiko, Chartpak, Spectrum Noir, etc. They're all decent and worth a try if you're not willing to pay up the ass for Copics.
I just hate how most of these... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
ive got myself the cool greys and warm greys set. all their refills. they are really go tonal studies, quick sketches ID drawings etc etc
cost wise, i think in the long term, they are worth it. with other alternatives they are not refill inks so you have to splash every now an then. but with copic-san one refill will fill your marker 15-13 times. and a refill cost £5 here. they are worth it i would say
http://imgur.com/lgbeC2m So many people stealing screenshots, movie stills, photos, painting over and pooping all over the original work, calling it concept art and all sorts of crap. Adding stuff on a study and calling it fan art or personal work ZZZZZZZZZ
For my graphic arts class, we were assigned to make something about a current topic. I took a picture of me holding a sign that says "Cis White Male". Above the picture it says "You are the skum of the earth". I don't know what I was thinking. In a discription I wrote how feminism/black lives matter can be taken too far and; if their goal is equality, then why do some pretend hate is directed only at them? This is a problem because half of the girls in my school are feminists and everyone else won't like it either. It's going to be displayed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Or talk to the guy in charge about changing the description if you dont have time/ability to make something to replace it.
Have the description be something that doesn't take a side/vague. That way tumblrinas will look at it and think "a man who acknowledges his own inadequacy!" while everyone else will think the same or think you're doing it in paradoy.
though honestly I don't know why you care about what people who think like that think of you. They're not the sort you'd want in your life anyway.
>>2443389 -how much does each print cost you? -how big is the con? -how much do you expect to sell? -are you doing fanart or original? -if fanart, is it the new hotness and/or classic status properties that are guaranteed to sell or something a bit more obscure? -if original, do you have enough of a following and/or is your shit hot enough to sell a brand new fan?
16x20 is something that can easily fetch 20-30 dollars if the art's nice enough, but keep in mind that your customers would also have to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2442980 100% for anything below a price point, 50/50 if over. It works well so far. Also, you shouldn't take more than 3 commissions at a time, that's where all the horror stories came from. The artist is overwhelmed and end up burnt out and not finishing any commission at all.
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