Do any of you guys get your stuff printed?
Have you gone through the complete horror of realizing your digital artwork was never meant to touch paper because of the limitations of printer ink?
Also, wtf is a color profile? How do?
Can you help me identify these brushes and the purpose for each one? It's been a while since I've painted anything.
You have two rounds (or one round and a filbert I can't see them well) and two flats.
Those paints are complete trash but if it's all you can afford ok. Save up for some proper artist grade paints.
I like advice ^^
I'm here just to get some advice and critics for my work.
I am tired of painting 2-4 coats to find a consistent flat color/value. Layer after layer to cover brushstrokes, pencil, smudges etc... is a time waster especially when I need to get it done. I've heard of enamel oil based One-shot paint for sign painters, but...
it's pricy and I don't care for anything that's not water based.
I tend to cut my paint white gesso as a shortcut. It still takes forever. Any tips or tricks on achieving solid opacity with colors/values quickly using a brush (including time to dry)?
New teaching community that has recently been set up by a few industry artists. Courses haven't even begun yet. Pricing seems fairly expensive. Done by Anthony Jones and a few other artists.
What do you think?
a lot of them look super advanced just from their descriptions. $1,000 for mentorship looks pretty high too...
Who is the target audience for most of these anyway? People who have been through art college, or professionals who want to improve further.
3Ds Max Fags... help
So I’ve applied a .tga texture to this helmet and now this cancer is hear
never used .tga before was a little scrumpy bitch and used .jpeg
How do I get rid of this white
wow... WOW OMG I DIDENT SEE THAT
IN ALL THEAS YEARS I HAVE NEVER SEEN THAT WTF!
>draws on sheet paper on a clipboard
>finished inking gonna erase the shit outta it
>about to erase the paper tips
>crumples the shit outta my work
>start again like a dindu
also table fans and sweat ruining your shit
So has anyone here actually taken these courses?
Oh, oh snap.
I was just skimming the picture and looking at the artwork inside, thinking it was a portfolio of the guy teaching, till I got to the bottom.
I was wondering is there anything like that out there similar to the old Michael Daz3d model where you can pose and the muscles deform to the anatomy?.
things like the OP pic are only useful if you understand how muscles move in 3d space. if you're able to understand the origin and insertion points of muscles and how they look 3 dimensionally i'd say you're better off using photo references. there's a lifelike quality you would get in photos (and even more in actual models) that you don't get in a 3d posed model. films are also a good way of practicing posing and so are animation model sheets
Have you guys ever reach a point where by simply posting your art you will get instant replies from autistic spergs?
Any good books for learning to draw vehicles, motorcycles in particular? Im hoping to find something that starts you out with basic forms and continually refines the shapes similar to bridgeman. I dont care about being 100% accurate it just needs to look plausible.
Have a great painting
Everything by Scott Robertsson if you're serious about it. Start with his perspective fundamentals and how to draw cars dvd.
Krenz Crushart's sketches is probably the closest to what you are describing though I don't know if he has any vehicle sketching tutorials per se. See attached picture.
just did some photoshop :D like it?