Let's study the most neglected part of the body. Feet. Please use this thread to contribute your drawings/studies/tutorials related to the feet. Remember that the feet can be very expressive, so don't ignore them. I know they can be hard, but just give it your best shot.
It's shilling season, /ic/.
> new season premieres
> new vidya
> new waifus
> new fanart communities
> more page views and possible commissions
What are you looking to capitalize on in 2016?
Steven Universe is coming back so I need a few weeks worth of drawings to cash in by the time Stevenbomb rolls around.
I come seeking help from anyone with expertise in graffiti culture. I'm doing realty in East Atlanta and am trying to stay on good terms with the local writer talent. Can anyone translate the names written here so I can give respects? I have 2 pictures and some random artwork for your troubles.
Also, any advice on how to show writers courtesy to avoid their wrath?
It's that time of year, /ic/. Here's to another year of grinding muh fundamentals.
Hey guys i need help deciding on what i should design on the bottom of my homemade cruiser board. Any ideas?
Anyway, paint it with silver paint, let it dry, then apply painter's tape to paint a diagonal stripe across the middle. That stripe should be international orange, or teal. Apply a layer of epoxy, then wetsand with the finest grit sandpaper you can find (or buff) and basically that thing should be a mirror.
how can i draw better? i read the sticky and looknig at somebody elses drawing and them explaining the human body isn't working
please be kind, i just watn to produce work like pic related
Is Sketchbook a good program to use with a Wacom Intuos?
I also have Corel Painter Essentials 5 but that's really laggy to use (idk why).
not about the software you use but your graphics card/ram maybe.
but sketchbook is pretty light on resources I guess so go ahead and give it a try. (my laptop does the same everytime I try to use photoshop cs6 while playing videos on the second screen)
How do I stop feeling depressed about my art?
Right now I feel helpless and unable to improve compared to my peers.
What the fuck do I do /ic/? I feel like I could be permanently depressed because of this.
>in a circle of artists friends who all have studio jobs at well known companies and great skill
The insecurities are crippling me senpai.
Their art from 5 years ago is leagues better than mine is right now.
I'm 19 but I feel like I draw like a 14-year-old. Here is a drawing I did of APH Switzerland (>inb4 Hetalia is for teens/nobody watches Hetalia anymore). I feel like his arms look unnatural. How can I improve my drawing?
Could somebody recommend me some artist that draw some juicy muscle men like pic related.
I know stuff like that belongs to Mannerism and some Baroque stuff, but googling those terms gives me less than satisfactory results.
ikeno uses gay porn for his reference
Can someone here please do a quick drawing over this picture completing Hobbes left elbow that was left out of the photo? I know it sounds stupid, but I just can't do it without the forearm looking proportionally short.
Here u go. Now the left elbow is in the photo.
Let's get a good OC thread going
>inb4 op is a fag
"OC" is what the drawthread, beginner thread, sketchbook thread, porn thread, stylization thread, animation thread, and comic thread is for. Among others. Try browsing the board for two minutes before making your own shitty thread.
OP is a fag.
can we please have a skeleton reference thread,cause some of the diagrams i find arent very helpful
yes I need more of this in my life
Hello one and all.
My wife use to really enjoy using charcoal. But motherhood got in the way so she never really had time. But now the kids are older I'm trying to get her back into a hobby she once enjoyed.
I myself haven't a clue to what it entails and I'm looking for info on how I can make a "starter pack" to give to her in the hope she will pick up her hobby again.
So my question is what would do I need to start her off. An easel, charcoal etc. Any help would be great Anons.
Thank you in advance.
hello, good that you're looking out for your wife.
i don't use charcoal that much, so there are probably some advanced tools i'm not aware of but here is what I understand that you need:
1. vine/willow charcoals (the long, thin ones in your picture)
2. compressed charcoal sticks (the darkest, rectangular charcoal)
3. a kneaded eraser (a kind of eraser that is squishy and malleable... you can tear it apart, squish it, etc)
4. a standard white eraser
5. some paper, i suppose.
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