How many hours can you hold up physically for drawing? Do you take breaks?
I Tried 5 with 1 hour break today and i'm already fucked. Maybe it's because i draw on a tablet monitor without a stand?
Seriously how do those mangakas survive? (Especially the ones without assistants)
How do you deal with intrusive negative memories?
I had a teacher that bullied me in his classes to the point of giving me flashbacks whenever I try to draw. This forced me to have a much more stiff approach to art since I tend to over-intellectualize my decisions while art making instead of letting things flow, and to feel each mistake much more worse than what they really are.
Mistakes are almost unbearable as I tend to remember what that teacher used to tell me, making any practice or study excruciatingly long and stressing. This is also troublesome as it incites...
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>letting things flow
I don't know anything about psychological hangups like the one you (think you) have
But I'd say practise doing exactly that. Force yourself to do hundreds of <1 minute drawings in your sketchbook. You won't be able to intellectualize anything if you don't have time.
I believe any artist should be doing something like this daily anyway.
>tracing is bad
When will this meme be over?
I'm in need of 3 illustrations for a quirky clothing start-up. Obviously it's a paid job.
Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pic somehow related, just a file from my inspo folder, but somewhat along these lines would be rad.
I used carpet samples to do my entire apartment.
Do you anons have any art or pictures that you or someone else made that you like but make you feel sad?
This picture is definitely mine. Ex drew it for me when we decided to stop talking and end it.
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How do I learn to draw?
How do I start?
How do I motivate myself?
Honestly I don't want to learn but I need to be decent.
>How do I learn to draw?
>How do I start?
u just fucken do it
>How do I motivate myself?
motivation is a lie, get off ur ass and start, after some time you might start to enjoy it
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How do you usually make the bodies of your characters? Do i have to do pic related all the fucking time?
i've set up a website to host some of my drawing. its still raw and all of the drawings are pre photoshopped / polished but I'd really appreciate a bit of traffic and a follow on my instagram (if you like my stuff of course).
Attached one of my bits :)
Its supposed to be a girl, not a guy with long hair :p. Any constructive criticism is welcome :).
The standard of industry artwork seems to be rising each month. It's starting to get really insane now with all the asians entering the western market.
The work from people like Djurdjevic (pic related), Android Jones, Wesley Burt or Jason Chan from 2007 wouldn't even be able to compete nowadays. The only reason they're even getting work today is because they made names for themselves pre-2010.
You're dumb. You'd literally have to be retarded to not find work if you had the skill level of Djurdjevic or Wes Burt. 99% of working professionals are worse than they are and are doing just fine.
So I'm a med student. I used to draw all the time as a kid but somewhere I lost the thrill and never picked up back up. Now years later, I'd like to try to get back into art and drawing. In clinics it's best to draw for the patients so they can best understand where doctors will be cutting for surgery or showing them what and where organs are or even combining organs together after removing one like for example pancreaticoduodenectomy. Anyway because of this I've found the will to draw again, I have a couple artist acquaintances and one of them told me to...
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You will never find a artist mannequin that has the same proportions or range of motion as the human body. Personally I only use mannequins to help figure out general positioning, general foreshortening, and general blocking/lighting for composition. If you want to study the human form, I would recommend doing studies from photographs and going to nude model sessions at local art workshops/colleges.
If you feel a mannequin will help you, try the Art S. Buck Anatomical Figure.
You are looking to do something very specific from art. You don't need to be a great artist with thorough fundamentals to make quick anatomical sketches for patients. I would suggest instead to just study medical anatomical art. You'll cut down the time you need to spend studying art tenfold, and as a med student, you most certainly do not have the time to go down the same road as your art school friends.
Hey /ic/ I've been really interested in the type of art pictured lately but have no idea what the style of it is called. A simillar artists name is called mcbess if you need more of any idea. Just curious on what the style is if any one knows??