Because we should not have to make new threads or post in draw threads with our fundamental exercises. Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, do not give up.
Do not forget to resize and crop your images before uploading them. 1kpx is fine.
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there's a lot going on here! you've got a bunch of gestures of animals and of people, some character illustrations, an eye, some rendering, etc... to post something so scattered like this and then just say "any help appreciated" doesn't seem very practical or efficient! being vague with what you're practicing and what you want critiqued begs for vague responses, like "loomis" or "read the sticky," so make an effort to be specific in the future.
You know how environment pencil sketches for animation (esp Disney) all have similar style, similar level of polish, similar shading technique? Just who are they copying to achieve this? If anyone can point me to a book or specific art instructor name I'd much appreciate it.
they achieve it by hiring professional artists with academic education in their field. there is quite a few instructors out there who teach that, but none of their names probably won't ring a bell.
real world is real world not internet tutorials.
2nd place at state competition. How do?
this is my drawinf
>a glib facsimile
Ive watched through all of the free videos and I quite like them, are the premium vids worth paying for?
You guys in to these?
Started about 6 months ago and really got into it.
Here's some work
Why does it feel like Men are generally much more invested in art? Discuss.
Actually, I've noticed a lotta women devote a shitton of time to art. One of my old mentors was female and was very good at art. I think you have this perception because of your individual experiences with female artists.
What do you think /ic/ ?
Drop yall instagrams down below
Nothing special honestly.
dude stop posting smudged pencils and learn to ink/clean up. and for the love of god don't post things you do on lined paper.
apart from that you've got some interesting stuff. designs are good but keep brushing up your fundamentals, and not sure if it's intentional but the more realistic characters with oversized heads are not working at all
I got a commision to customize pic related. I'm used to drawing digital only and I'm not very knowledgable on materials. What kind of marker would be good? I heard Sharpies tend to bleed after a while, or if you try to spray sealant on it.
Markers are an awful medium. Acrylic paint is probably your best bet for fabric/canvas shoes. Don't cheap out and buy student grade garbage. But golden brand, or if you have access, Nova color. You can get by with the good stuff in one coat. If you buy student grade shit, you'll have to go over everything 3 times.
You can print your design digitally and then transfer with red transfer paper and just copy the design you already made in the comfortable medium of digital for you.
I'm trying a semi new program to me. So here is an eye in progress
>do a photo study
>my mommy sees it
>let her post it on facebook
>a lot of her friends want to commission me
>offering like $70 a drawing
Fuck, man. It's tempting, but I really feel like I still have a lot to learn.
what do I study if I want to get good at perspective and lineart?
so im bored. here is some art work from when i used to draw stoned, i might look up the shit from when i started drawing drunk. critics and comments welcome