Can a stupid person be good at art?
Can rotoscoped 2d animation ever be good?
Why would you even need to rotoscope this scene? Nothing is happening so it looks bizarre. If you had actually used less frames but more judiciously, it would have been much better looking.
I need some help with my art I draw comic/anime/cartoon style any ideas on how to get better I currently suck
Follow these precious tips a fellow gave me
Here's a torrent that contains all the 2D Masterclasses and critiques from CG Masters Academy
HOWEVER, not even one person is seeding it 100%. I'm wondering if /ic/ downloaded it before, and would kindly start uploading it again, please? Thanks.
If I had it I wouldn't share because that would be helping out the completion for one thing and 2 my ISP would quickly get suspicious of my uploading usage as that is one big torrent. 3 that link has been up for years and is most likely was uploaded for a few friends by the original so they could download it and not for you. 4 get a job and buy it yourself.
I just had my high school art exhibition and some one wanted to buy pic related. (B4 paper size each)
Buyer just asked me for the price, and I didn't know what to say.
I've never sold art before, so any of you guys know how much should I price it at?
i know its not great but i just want to know how much its worth.
I've been to a few local art shows and people usually price small drawings (less than A4) at about $15-40 each although it depends how finished it is and how much the person buying it likes the piece. Considering you're in high school I'd price it a bit lower.
I'm sure some people on this board would complain that this is under pricing art, but I think thats more for commissions
Also I've spoken to a few artists who price pieces according to how much they like it personally. The idea is that if no one buys it, which is likely, youre happy to hold on to it, but if someone does buy it at whats probably an exorbitant price then you make a lot more money than you expected + someone gets something they really like from you which is probably a good feeling
Again though, your drawings are sort of unfinished (no background) and its your first time so keep the price on the low side...
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What do you guys think about it?
It's a cannibals kitchen
What do you think of this? Can you tell who it is?
Hey guys Im looking for som dark art tattoo ideas you got any creepy paintings or images
imo, you should have an idea or design that you decide would be a good tattoo.
The other way around, deciding you want a tattoo and then you choose a design, will just result in you disliking it in a few years when your taste inevitably changes.
Have any artists here using graphics tablets completely dumped their computer mice in favor of using their graphics tablet for everyday browsing etc. on their computer?
My mouse has finally called it quits and now I'm wondering whether I should finally buy a graphics tablet and use that exclusively for everything instead of replacing my mouse
I was in a comic shop the other day, and noticed that I drew better than half the artists on the shelf. The one that stuck out to me the most was an adventure time comic, as simple as that shit is the guy could not draw to save his fucking life.
Not sure if I should feel good about that, or disappointed that I didn't get a job doing comics.
Feel free to post any of your experiences with bullshit in art.
I think your problem is you're comparing fine arts to cartoons. Naturally one technically takes more skill to produce but without seeing the artists's full capabilities you can't accurately say you're better. You should also post your work anytime you make that kinda claim.
Its becoming more and more difficult to organise my reference phots and art, putting tham in folders doesn't do it anymore
Essentially I'm after an image viewer app with tagging features. I've tried the "Photo Gallery" App that comes with Windows has tags but importing from a flash drive is a pain
Do you have any photo software you recommend with tagging function or that helps you organize yourself better?
My mom told me that before 9/11 hospitals used to let artists in to draw babies in the glass incubators. She retire from nursing in 2006 and they hadn't loosened security restrictions. Can you get in these days or is it still locked up pretty tight?
I did that when I was a baby back in 1993, of course I was inside one of these, I don't know if you can do it on any other way.
So no, unless you shapeshift into a baby (if you know how to do that teach me because I wanna suck some tits)
how well can /ic/ render
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bottom from Midsummer Night's Dream
study of a neat painting I saw recently, Edwin Landeer's I think
Any good exercises to practice construction? Also, do you know any good books on construction? I already have Loomis's book but I haven't found any other books in this subject, but would like to.