When you are creating your art?
I'll post some tracks I listen to on loop
i never been given critique of my work, people usually just look at it and try to understand it. As a person who draws and creates something new everyday, i would love some critique.
rate my meme
This piece of art truly speaks to me as an individual. Any kind people of /ic/ want to to me the favor of translating this? Also isn't it just a fantastic picture? (This is not my own creation)
It's not hard to see, if you care to take brief moment to reflect.
Duality of the title at least suggests some form of non illiteracy, best kept secret .. yet offered without remorse to an unholy and sacrilegious sect of inevitably daunted achievers.
WHo could even so much as evn so much.
im not sure which board typically deals in stuff like this, but its most definitely not here. Please lurk more before posting on a board
Maybe lit. not sure though. please do check.
What do you think of metamodernism in art?
This gif is metamodern art, that was made as the cover of a mixtape with voice of Shia LaBeouf from his metamodern art.
This gif is also metamodern art and was released with the title 'If You Have A Kite, USE IT!'
I just finished this page, just gesture drawings + some funny faces at the bottom, suggestions on things to work on? Luckily, I finished this just in time for my leg cramps to fucking kick back in. Time to kill myself, ttyl.
How do you regain lost passion to draw?
I'm just getting myself out of a week or so's slump. I find the best thing get myself back on the saddle is drawing something I'm really proud of... Easier said than done, I know, but if you sit your ass down and draw enough things you'll pump one out eventually, even if you just stay in your comfort zone to do it.
I dunno how common it is, but in my experience I basically cycle every month or so. I hit a high point where I'm really confident, and I'm willing to experiment and do stuff and generally I'm pleased with...
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Criticize my best art
Seeing all those young professional artists out there, I feel so old. They are like 22 and already in the business for ages.
I'm 26 and just about to start my freelance career. I feel like I'm too slow, too old, spent too much time on education.
Does anyone here feel the same?
A number of years ago I was listning to a radio show about comics,and the guest was James O'Barr,creator of the Crow. He mentioned working in a garage when he struck it "big",and said that happened at age 35. I knew there was hope for me as well. At 51 I am trying still,and the future looks bright. Keep trying! Telling your tales will eventually pay off. They NEED to be told.
Proud of you dad. what were you doing during your previous years? tell us your story man
Does anyone have experience with this online school? The prices are fucking insane. Either they are the largest Jews on the planet or the lessons are God-tier.
Every single course costs $700 bucks. Is it even near worth it?
Going just off the image, what tools are used for drawing, coloring, outlining, and detailing pic related and other similar Jojo covers? Sorry if its a silly question.
I call this 'moonscape '
I'm 18, am I 'behind'? This drawing is about my average quality, done fairly quickly.
Well, I did this when I was 13... so yeah, you're a bit behind