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I can draw but I can't write comedy. Any ideas to remedy this so I can start a web comic?
Actually you don't need to be "good" at all to do comedic-type webcomics. (Just look at xkcd) I don't really have comedy tips for you, but do you really want to do humor? Are you doing it for the popularity or do you really want to write it over other genres?
This guy is so good, like how many years of painting you need to paint like that?
How do I do lineart?
I've been doing art for 6 years, digital art around 2. The only thing stopping me from being an artist Is my shitty lineart.
What's /ic/ think?
How do y'all fare with makeshift mediums (regarding oil painting)?
I tried to make a DIY Gel Medium out of Linseed Oil + Galkyd Lite + corn starch + baking soda + gelatin powder. I'm not sure if this was a ridiculously stupid idea or something that every artist tries at least at some point.
Any tips? Anyone have any painting chemistry knowledge that can help a fellow arteest out?
>pic related: chunky paste medium I just made
Looking to get a tablet for my doodles. Is there anything good available for $100?
Be honest, do I need Loomis?
How do I get galleries to buy my stuff? Do I just go from one place to another till someone bites?
Galleries traditionally don't buy stuff. They put your work in their space and sell it for you then take a cut and give you the rest.
And yes, just like getting freelance you cart your shit around to venues until someone bites.
I'm sure it also couldn't hurt to involve yourself in any art community that is involved in the gallery scene. Get to know artists who show in galleries you want to get into and hopefully through them others that are involved in the scene.
No, no. You don't go from gallery to gallery. No respectable gallery accepts people just coming through the door. Do you think the curator sits on the front desk?
You build a reputation in the local art scene. Be based in a decent studio, get involved with artist-led initiatives, and network, network, network. And go to *every* gallery opening. It takes years to build a reputation.
If all you want to do is sell well rendered pictures then go to Sunday markets, and have affordable prints and maybe even images printed onto hats and purses etc.
I'm a co-director at a gallery.
Is Proko's premium content worth the money? Are there other online structured premium art lessons that are beginner friendly that /ic/ can vouch for? I think i could benefit from a structured learning environment but with attending college and working both full time i don't have the time to invest in full time art school. Thanks
For about 300$ you can get a yearly newmastersacadey subscription. Currently doing that right now and find it extremely help full. Definitely worth the money and vilppu is one of the teachers. I'm a beginner, site is made for all levels of skill.
Proko is a good teacher, among the best; I'd say it's worth it, but also New Masters Academy has very good teachers as well like the versatile Sheldon Borenstein. Proko's content is available to you forever if you buy it, NMA is a subscription based model. You're getting your money's worth by far either way in my opinion.
This is what 1500$ in material cost looks like.
What's the name of this artist/piece?
Saw it at the Met today and forgot to look for the info
Any experienced mousefaggots in the board? One-year mousefag speaking.