Let's have a little fun with this quickly sketched up character prototype. She hasn't got a name. I was just practicing drawing very large breasts.
Do you use porn pictures for studying?
How can I even draw if my dick is so hard that if I look down it goes into my mouth?
Jesus christ man, yeah I'm thristy af
and no don't tell me to draw ugly people, I also have a fetish 4 ugly girls
Look at this symbol drawing nonsense, this guy needs loomis bad.
I get "symbol drawing" is often used to give nonsense critics over here. however op pic is really shitty, and you could arguably point at some typical "symbol drawing" mistakes.
The version actually used in the movie was very amateurish too, but, as I understand, the character was not supposed to be a pro, anyway.
did i get the vaporwave aesthetic right guys
this is for a design project
Hey /ic/ rate my drawing please
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plz dont ignore me
Grip thread. Post your grip. Grip critiques are welcome
Actually you are the one being pretentious. There is not only one correct way, but there are absolutely wrong ways to hold a pen. Having a appropriate grip for the tool you are using is of outmost importance if you want to work long hours with maximum accuracy.
I have decided to stop being an arrogant piece of shit. I know my art isn't the best but I took advice and it got me where I am. I have taken another peak in my skill where I am trying to learn more again and make my stuff look better, but I really need help with pointers. This is a couple months old but I feel like it represents what I am capable of right now. I know proportions are not satisfactory for everyone but it is recognizable, in other words I may have developed a style for myself. I'm still trying to learn how to make beautiful yet simple hair. Right now...
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When it comes to anti-aliasing, I have experimented with levels and methods. I actually like the aliased look when I work digitally. I like having the low-res look. It has also helped me do some rom hacking on old games just so I can get my hand into programming.
yet another tablet thread
im looking for a new tablet since my old one broke and ive no clue which brand to even begin with
are there any styluses without any buttons?
i'm imagining what will happen to OP next 3 days
good day /ic/
what happened to the case??
was Wayne who recently past away the guy suing?
Hey, /ic/. What exactly is depth perception?
I was born with only one functioning eye, and I wanted to know if my lack of an eye would affect drawing or something.
Your pupils are about 2.5" apart give or take, the difference in viewing angle hits the brain and it figures out how far away that thing is and give a sense of the shape.
It's a good practice to pick an eye to observe from anyway as switching between them can cause inconsistencies.
There are probably artists that use it to their advantage but I don't really know and it seems like something that would require pretty heavy specialization to exploit in a meaningful way.
Bump, because fuck you faggot op
I'm not even sure if this is the board I should be posting this in but it did seem like the most relevant.
So basically I'm looking to buy a drawing tablet, I bought a Wacom pad not that long ago but I find myself really not that fond of looking up at the screen when I draw instead of down like I am used to. I am in the market for something like a Cintiq Companion 2 and I was wondering if any of you had any advice on the matter.
I have enough to buy even the most expensive model of CC2, but some of the higher end models seem a bit unnecessary. I mean it's $500 more for a model that only seems to add 250GB of internal storage and that seems pretty crazy, is their any other benefit to the higher end models? I take it you can but in SD and Micro SD cards to help with the storage issue anyways.
Also wondering if anyone is familiar with any of the alternatives to Cintiq's that I should perhaps be considering or if there is anything else I should know before I make my decision.
Any advice is greatly appreciated, if this isn't where I should be posting this feel free to tell me to fuck off and where to fuck off to.
>So basically I'm looking to buy a drawing tablet, I bought a Wacom pad not that long ago but I find myself really not that fond of looking up at the screen when I draw instead of down like I am used to.
Do you need a whole new computer too? Cintiqs function like other wacom drawing pads, but they're simultaneously a second monitor. The Cintiq Companion is something different than other Cintiqs in that it's a full computer as well. If you already have a good enough desktop or laptop, you could save money by getting one of the other non-companion cintiqs. In that scenario, you can also consider other manufacturer's drawing tablets with a screen, as they'll cost a fraction of the price.
If you are set on a cintiq, and you do need a new computer, but you don't need the portability, then you should consider building a new desktop and buying a cintiq 13HD. Going that route you can make something that's overwhelmingly more powerful than the CC2 (which has been on the market for a year and could get an update) and you'll save a few hundred bucks in the process depending on your build.
If you need a new computer and it has to be a laptop, then there are a few alternatives that you should research. There are offerings from microsoft in the surface pro and surface book lines (powered by NTrig). Lenovo still makes convertible tablet pcs, as do other companies I assume. Check out the forums over at tabletpcreview to find out whats new and what users experience with these types of devices.
That is interesting, I wasn't aware of that. I have a good PC already and I wouldn't really be drawing anywhere besides in my house so I will look into the Cintiq 13HD.
I appreciate the advice.
is scott robertsons method of building forms useful or is it a bullshit overly complex waste of time for anyone not going into industrial design
seriously going through his videos makes me want to find him and shove his ellipse guides up his ass
Once you know how to do this shit it makes eyeballing perspective on objects easier. Usually draw cross sections when I'm sketching so it works, but I tend to skip most of the extreme perspective measurement. Doing it was helpful in the long run, though.
You don't have to use the whole procedure for every little drawing. All his exercises teaches you one main thing:
The ability to eye ball the convergence of paralell lines in perspective. When you can do that to a reasonable degree, construction becomes so much easier even when you're drawing figures and other organic forms.
With that said, it really helps to practice all the steps. It teaches you how to thing spatially on paper.