is there any artistic value to this?
Does disney still hire artists that can only anime in 2D? All their movies are in CGI, but they still have some old fags from the last decade that work there. Probably union shit to keep them from being homeless by giving them something to do. I highly doubt once they die/retire, disney will still using any traditional animation at all.
But my ultimate question is how high of a chance does a traditional artist have for working at disney.
Their movies are CGI, but they have a lot of 2d tv shows.
Rate my art
What are some gumroad tutorials that have actually helped you? I have 15 dollars to spare and I'm thinking about what to get.
My main focus is industrial/product design.
Save another 15 and get How to Draw, then How to Render.
Gumroads are all pretty garbage and really overpriced for what they offer. This kind of shit used to be free youtube videos.
I want to get into furry art, but the furry art community seem very competitive. Judging by pic related, do you think I have the skills to be known and distinctive in the furry world? I'll be mostly making SFW web comics and doing vanilla nudity commissions.
What do you think about my drawing?
I have the opportunity to take images of mechanical devices let me know if you want anything specific i am near for your use in referencing
IT'S OVER ART IS FINISHED
Is there an adult equivalent to gumroad??
Take this abstract art masterpiece, rotate it, flip it, do whatever.
See an interesting shape? Draw it out.
Or add to something that another guy made.
Takes like 15 mins outta your busy schedule to contribute
I just can't do faces guys, I need help
>Draw A Box
>Keys to Drawing: Bert Dodson
>Fun with a Pencil: Andrew Loomis
>New Master's Academy
Studying 5 hours a day and I should be able get out of the noob stages by then. Any recommendations or improvement on this?
Can somebody explain to me how to draw certain textures(like the wood and stone in pic related)?
Should I fight a war to draw like that?
I just made a painting of my favorite anime character
critique me please
How do you know when you're done with a painting or illustration? I have a problem of 'finishing' an illustration but then going back later and adding / changing things. This could happen 2, 3, 5 times. How do you know when to just leave it alone and that its at its best? Also does anyone else have a problem of making variations of a drawing, and not being able to decide which you like best? How do you overcome that?
You just either
B.Get sick of it
C. Be sick of it, but proud knowing it was at least close to what you wanted to acheieve, so next time you do something like it, you'll have learned from your mistakes.