I'm not 100% sure if this is the right place to post this, but would it be possible to get some criticism on my new YouTube Channel?
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My gf and I are going to the DC tattoo expo tommrow and she would like a tattoo of the word Perspective looking like a key. And help would be appreciated
Why are artists who have really good construction, use of space, value, all that junk, usually really bad at character design?
You'd think someone as advanced in their craft would be able to spot their weaknesses, and this doesn't only apply to Japanese illustrators, but many western artists' original characters (that are not your generic space marine/medieval knight) are usually shit.
is there a good way to learn all prima oil painting like what you guys have for drawing and illustration in the stickies?
does anyone here do blind contour? i was told to practice it but i'm curious about its benefits, and if any of y'all experienced any.
i tend to draw without looking at my paper when i do quick gestures, but is that the same thing?
Need your opinion anons. Is better making short studies or complete rendered studies?
Good question. I think a complete well rendered pice should be the aggregate of knowledge one learns many thumb nails and quick studies. Better to do that than run right in spend hours rendering a pice, hoping the anatomy and comosition is correct.
I'm interested to hear other opinions.
oh yeah, when it comes to art and practicing
quantity comes over quality. where was that story from again? the art spirit? or was it art and fear?
anyway, I have decided to do both
but detail studies will be done just every once in a while
I will see what I can do from there
I'll get back in a year to tell you about it anon!
I'm working in a light animation with flash and a mouse. I dont have any drawing skills but I want to animate the Halo 5 fight scene so my parents will buy me a graphic tablet. post your stuff
>have a choice of being a freelance artist and getting paid absolute peanuts even at the pro level
>or the choice of sucking figurative black dick for decades to try and compete in the fuck awful studio industry here
Why is the art industry so shit? We deserve better.
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So I'm thinking about getting my first tattoo soon, and I have an idea on what I want, but have yet to find an artist to help this on paper.
Can /vi/ help me out?
Will be linking pictures through the thread, along with my design thoughts.
I'm thinking the ouroboros encircling the Alpha and Omega, with those incorporated into the snake, and having Lucifer's Sigil underneath it all, with the script, " For God so loved the world".
I still consider myself to be a beginner and I've started reading Loomis, off and on, about eight months ago.
I've been struggling with where to actually start. I've checked out Proko and find is material to be very
entertaining as well as educational, but it doesn't really give me a guideline on where I should be/go in the future.
I want to do this the most efficient way possible, but what should I study? Perspective? Anatomy?
I'm lost and hopefully someone can give me an idea.
the problem with art schools is that they never teach pespective until late on.
You should study perspective/anatomy for construction drawing and draw from life/references at the time.
Practice drawing few hundred individual features and simple poses. (some feet, hands, heads, eyes...) focus on doing consistent/ symmetrical
You can go just fine without knowing color theory/compsition at this time.
>tfw almost 200k worth of markers burned in a fire
don't have an actual picture of the markers, yeah it was covered by the insurance but seeing them all melted and disfigured made me feel really sad.
Does anyone know of some literary/art magazines that are accepting illustration submissions? Looking to get my name out there.