Thoughts on this guy's art?
I´m interested in learning how to render in pen and ink, using only black and white blobs (no crosshatching) like pic related. Are there any god video tutorials I should be watching? thank you /ic/.
Idk but I like good ink as well.
Found this googling drawings from the Newyorker.
I'd be interested in this, here's a pic kind of related
why do you guys draw?
there is a will to create
there is a will to develop style
and there is this wonder of how a simple 2d painting can make you feel there is a whole world inside a flat surface
I know this is a meme that shitposters like to post but I was always curious: what exactly is wrong with this? It's not that bad in my opinion. The painting is decent, maybe the pose and the anatomy leaves a bit to be desired but overall, it's a decent piece.
In the market for a drawing tablet. Yes, I've read reviews and done research, but I want to know what you guys think.
What drawing tablet do you use and why?
Intuos Pro is what I've had for 3+ years and not once have I encountered an issue that wasn't resolved by updating the drivers.
Imo it's the perfect balance between a professional tablet and an affordable price.
Hey I'm new to ic and I wanted to know if you wanted to post Commission info here can you cuz I read over the rules but not sure if you can do that stuff here or not
They maybe human photocopying machines but from what I hear, many of these painters were trained as artists but there apparently is no market for original paintings it seems for them(guess they haven't discovered the wonders of patreon)
currently working on this piece. 1200x1200 pixels. no title as of yet. could post more.
i don't even like art that much
Shitpost would be a good title. Just make sure to date this as it captures an exact moment in ic history.
I do collage as a means of mapping an area in space and time, this actually isn't that bad. I mean it's digital, and that kills me. But I like it.
Tell me /ic/ what are your art goals for 2016?
post/request reference images and resources in this thread anything goes.
Hey I am sorry if this is a bit demanding, but I was hoping to find a few examples of exceptional shadow of the colossus art, and minimalist noveau art pieces involving struggle or a fight against the inevitable. I am working on a piece with a friend of mine and we really need inspiration.
bump with another piece.
Not your personal assistant, look for it yourself. Or at the very least, don't make a blog post about it with unnecessary details "lol my friend made this drawing" and instead go post in the art book thread with shit like that to a minimum.
I'm a beginner and I want to go through this book (I've tried loomis but his stuff jumps around a bit too much for me). Just wondering what ic thinks of it?
My main fear is that book will only teach me to copy drawings rather than being able to create from imagination. It also seems to focus more on shape rather than form, which (for drawing from imagination) is another red flag.
Anyone here read/worked through/knows about this book?
Your criticisms of the Bargue course are right. It's good for teaching 2d observation and value grouping/value transitions.
If your goal is to draw from your head it would be better to learn a more construction-based approach. Someone like Vilppu or Hampton would be a better place to start.
where can i find poses to copy if i want to draw cute anime girls in cute poses?
Can I get your thoughts on this piece I'm working on? I challenged myself to redraw something that I drew in high school and I wanted someone else to take a look and critique my perspective, poses, etc.
HONEY, Julian Correia <3