Hey guys! Today I've been thinking about and looking through stuff about animation. And it got me looking at how major studios in the US has basically abandoned 2D in favour of 3D (in films, at least). Now, I've heard of how 3D is cheaper and less stressful to produce, which is why major companies have moved towards it, but I think that in comparison to 3D, 2D can achieve much more beautiful animations and capture fantastical imagery more successfully. I believe there can be much more deviation in how a scene can be animated in 2D- whether it be in the style or colour...
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ITT: we help anons find brushes and other resources to practice styles
This is what I'm looking for right now. The art is by Louie Zong, a storyboarder for Cartoon Network. The style itself is very simple but I have yet to be able to replicate this brush in Sai or Photoshop with base settings. Any ideas?
I found an artist named Sean Hicks who has a similar look with his "Splatoon" brush in Sai, but I'm pretty sure it's with a downloaded texture/brush setting. Unfortunately he hasn't made it available publicly unless maybe through Patreon rewards.
I drew this on a random spur of inspiration the other day.
When I was young used to enjoy drawing but I was never that good at it and I never really practiced basics. I haven't really drawn anything in years and did this very spontaneously.
Did it turn out OK? It looks pretty decent to me and it's tempting me to start drawing more regularly.
What that anon said was not wrong, it definitely isn't ok at all, it's terrible
-terrible linework (chicken scratches)
-the 'animu' art style
-3edgy5me character design
But if what you said is true, that you've never drawn for several years since your were young (specify age), then it's a fairly decent attempt.
hey can anyone critique/give thoughts on this for me?
http://imgur.com/gallery/m7VLG <- The first pic?????? What the actual fuck???? Or is this just a mistake? Olly Lawson for those who are wondering.
COME FUCK UP MY NONSENSICAL FAGGITRY OF AN IG AND TELL ME HOW BAD I AM AND LETS HAVE CONVOS ABOUT HOW LIFE IS GREAT
Can someone please tell me what artist this is? I really like the style and I wanna know who made it.
Who is your favorite sculptor? Pic related was cast by mine.
Hide Sadohara. He's my professor for clay figure modeling, and he's an incredible artist and a nice dude.
>you spend all day drawing beautiful and interesting people
>whereas you are not only unattractive but also devoid of any physical character
Daily reminder that time spent socializing or improving your image (its as easily as jogging 3 days a week) not only improves your productivity and all the chemical shit that make you develop new learnings and retain information, but also your quality of life.
Please take care of yourself anon, your art should be one of your top priorities but your health is quite important too.
Post shit that gets you inspired.
Novice artist here. I drew Squigly a while ago. Anything I can improve on? Btw this is her 14th alt costume.
Hey guys, I've been out of practice a long time. I just picked up a tablet that had a wacom digitizer and thought I'd play with some digital art stuff. Never tried it before. Thoughts?
im goin to start a thread of alot of my art you can tell me that you like what you dislike but most of all id like to know what direction i should go in the art i post will all be from age 17-19 so ya know i have alot of room to grow
Doing studies is like working out in the gym and creating a painting or drawing is like showing off your bod on the beach. But what If you're really well hung and wearing speedos, then you don't need to work out to be able to show off.
So do you need to do studies if you can already make something interesting. Or rather why do studies?
Anyone know the name of this fine man ?