First attempt at quality drawing.
Hey would you guys mind giving me your critique on my performance art?
It's about vaginas...
I give you a 4/5 OP. Try to work on audio and setting but the content is there and the humor.
Hey guys, i recently made this. What do you guys thing?
Alreayd posted this drawing on to get a critique a little while ago and someone told me that there were no main light source, basically the light and shadows were a little fucked up.
I now see it, but I don't know how to fix it,
should I restart it, trying to make it better, or keep going with this one ?
How could I fix the shadows and make like there is ONE main light source ?
And I don't know how to make the neck area darker to give volume and depth.
Yeah your on your way but your missing your lightsource just remove most if not all the shading from the chest and shoulders and add more to the inner collar and the horn looking things on hes head only on the inside other than that just start over and have the lightsource in mind but your better thn most fags
If you are confident in your painting ability... Bust out some acrylic and start adding the light source with paint.... Otherwise I would use tracing paper to keep your line work intact and then transfer to another page and start your shading over again with the light source in mind.
If I wanted to make similar pieces to this, how would I do it?
How does the artist get the background colours like that?
It's just simple linework on one layer, painted over on another (though it looks like they did it on paper, so no layers, but the principle is the same). The background is just a simple gradient.
There's nothing there that's particularly advanced.
It looks traditional to me, possibly colored ink with pen linework. If so so, contrary to what >>2369532 said, its pretty advanced because getting a smooth gradient like that in the back ground is very difficult.
Loved the statue thread and wanted to study faces using those classical beauty sculpture burste. It seem it is very hard to find 360 degree reference from those old masters.
Only thing I can find on the internet are anime shit or too realistic references.
I want the good old greek/roman/renaissance face.
Is there anyone owning such references? like 360 shots of a classical woman buste?
Pic related, this is the style I want to study but pic too little.
Maybe a pdf around to draw like that?
Don t tell me Loomis.
I want to start decorating the barren walls of my apartment with some prints of paintings. Are more expensive prints noticeably better? Will I have a more pleasurable viewing experience with a $300 canvas print than a $40 print?
Also, what are the guidelines for picking a frame? Should the frame be the same colors as the painting or contrast?
Lastly, is it tacky to display prints in larger sizes or a different ratio than the original?
Sup /ic/. First time poster, long-tiem lurker.
Plz rate: some of my old stuff. Oldest to newest.
I am new to this and experimenting, any advice? Or post your own drawing using this medium.
Heyy ic, been a while. Does olly and teal still hangout here? If not are there any other artists that are as good still here?
There was a guy that painted these vampire lolies too who was quite good, is he still around?
what does /ic/ think of Eric White?
What do you guys think of this book?
So, snowboarding is life and I I'm going to get my left arm sleeve tattoo dedicated to it, problem is I am not artistic in any way so I was wondering if any of you would be interested in helping me.
I like the idea of doing it vertically like where the clouds are on my shoulder and the top of the mountain is on my bicep, etc. Is anyone interested? It sounds like fun if I was artistic at all.
Who are they? How to identify them? What do they do?!
Tell me your story.
>human copying machine
>sign every sketch
>knew this guy back in school
>he was the "best artist ever" before knowing the internet
>thought he was talented, "born with it", he thanked god for this
>people worshiped him
>human copy machine
>literally symbols everywhere
>failed art school because he was too shitty
Oh man, what a good laugh
>Takes a picture of his sketch at an angle with drawing utensils showing and of course the john hancock
>Screenshots his screen with photoshop showing along with his drawing instead of just saving the image as a jpeg.