If I draw something and I want to ink it, what material would I get to ensure the ink doesn't ruin the image in the case that I mess up, or do I ink directly on the sketch?
whats the best way to paint from a foto in a free hand way?
I should give up with Loomis? I don't really feel like I'm getting it
nigger did you even read the book you have to think in 3d and draw in 3d
it's a sphere not a wobbly circle. the lines go around the form
the jar is a whatever that jar shape is. It's a 3d object connected to the sphere
the nose is a wedge
the eyes are the incave on the skull and the sphere of the eyeball not 2006 runescape eyes
Just keep drawing man do more perspective and simple shape drawings
>Should I give up? I don't feel like I'm getting it
You do realize how stupid that sounds right?
To learn something is to not get it and work until you get it. Sure you can give up, but if you actually want to do it then you need to keep practicing. With drawing you get out what you put in.
Interesting challenge and take on Style
I tried it, but man it's tough. I ended up doing it all within the time limit with a blue pencil, then going over it all afterwards with ink. Jake is a good motherfucker... Will definitely do this more often though.
Whats the point of getting gud if nobody knows who you are?
Pic related is an AMAZING illustration but nobody know who's the artist.
I've already reverse image search it and nothing came up, you guys are wrong, marketing > loomis
Post em now.
-Commenting is OK but do not expect much from an hour's work.
-Posting WIP's, studies, "doodles", and random sketches is highly encouraged.
-The art must be fresh. Like you just drew it in the past hour.
What does /ic/ think of Plague of gripes?
He's cool and I love a lot of his work and videos, but he recently did a video about his ethos when it comes to learning to be an artist, and I pretty much disagreed with everything he said.
He basically said practice was pointless and all you should do is constantly try new styles instead of practicing. I remain unvonvinced...
He seems like an alright guy, but I don't like his art much. His colours, his rendering, his lines, his style in general, it's all just not very appealing. I think he's just a hobbyist, though, and a good amount of people seem to like his work, so I don't think it matters much. The stories or comics he does seem nice.
I'm watching this right now, and it's kinda... weird. I don't really like the things he's saying. It all sounds really naive, I think. Nice voice, though.
Made this character drawing.
what deity should i worship to git gud
what deity helps out artist mane
my latest drawing -_-
Back to the drawing board, Anon. You're not demonstrating the slightest knowledge of the fundamentals; Like people pointed out in your last thread. Your figures are flat and lack volume aside from the other issues.
Your main concern should be learning to draw in 3D space.
Work on "Digital painting 101" Section "2 Traditional Drawing" and "3) Drawing 2" for a few months, about 3 or so. When you're comfortable move to the other sections within Digital painting 101 while you continue working with section 2 and 3.
This isn't a be all end all to drawing, but its a good place to start. When working in the sections its best to look up other resources to further your education on each subject. There is such thing as finishing a section, you will keep doing all of them for the rest of your drawing life. Think of it as a soup you will always be stirring, adding ingredients as you go.
Please take the time or at least show that your considering what people tell you if you're going to make threads this quickly. The link above can be found in the sticky, please make use of it.
Stay determined and focused, Anon.
My daughter is on a contest to win a travel to Berlin.
Here's his drawing. Please tell if you like it.
The main theme was " Freedom in a Street Art style"
>You drew everyday for a long time, longer than anyone else. Congratulations. You are the best
>Update every day at: http://www.lavaflake.com/draw/
>The deadline for submissions is 00:00 GMT each day
>You should spend at least 30 minutes on each update
>Miss a day and you can make up for it the next day with a double post.
>Miss another day within a month and you're...
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What do you think of my painting, /ic/?
It's my first painting ever. Be honest, do I have potential?