Can someone explain how this differs from a regular color wheel in mechanics?
Any tips for drawing like yoji shinkawa for a newB like me
Here is a live art show of Yoji Shinkawa.
He uses a lot of traditional media like ink brushes, but it's based on an understanding of anatomy and stylized anatomy.
If you listen closely as you watch the video, you can hear him muttering to himself, these are prayers to the lord Satan who keeps his art skills alive for as long as he sacrifices one of the "grand children of the above" once a year, I'm not sure where you find those though.
visualize and only draw the shadows with a brush pen
leave a lot of blank spaces
color the rest in with computer programs
U guys think it's a good idea to study some Syd Mead to internalize his unbelievably accurate perspective and well simplified value structure?
Bc i just came across his work in my inspiration folder and I feel that itch that makes you want to analyze his stuff via copy
He has a great gnomon tutorial explaining his entire process
Also just listening to him mfw
I've met him in person and he's a very sharp old man.
Is he a homosexual? I've read on /ic/ he might be a homosexual. Which would crush my homophobe soul more than it already is after learning that leyen is confirmed homo and sargen is quite likely to have been homo.
Judging by what you posted you seem to have some images of him I had no idea about?
Can you kindly post your sources?
I love his work, but mainly got the vehicles stuff.
I'd like to see more architecture etc
What is it with you and not being able to contain your shit in the designated threads?
Why do you even still post here, it always ends in you not listening to valid critique because you're so much better than everyone else.
HEY FELLERS WHATCHA THINK ABOUT ME SPEEDPAINT?
turns out OP is actually the artist and just wants views
Only big boys allowed in this thread. Big guys also accepted.
You need to prove that you are a big boy to post in this thread
Best sources to look up gesture videos?
What do you all listen to while drawing? For a long while I've simply put on music, but as of late I've been trying to listen to podcasts or audiobooks, preferably ones that'll teach me something as I sketch.
Anyone else do this, or have good stuff to share?
First and last track particularly
Be sure to listen to loud music that is as distracting as possible, podcasts with annoying people talking loudly or documentaries where you keep looking at the other screen to see what's going on.
IF YOU CATCH MY DRIFT
I'm writing a play and I need some help. I need some examples of where people might fund meaning in an otherwise meaningless existence.
I simply want to know where you find meaning. Please answer with one word or short phrase.
Started drawing a few months ago and I'm having trouble staying motivated. I've not drawn anything in days and just don't feel any incentive try. What are some ways you get motivated /ic?
Just draw. If you "dont have motivation" you don't want it enough. Just draw. No one will dangle a fucking carrot in front of your face. You're going to look at the worthless piece of shit you are right now, and then you're going to think about how much you hate yourself, and how much you dont want to be yourself anymore, and your wanting to get away from your worthless self is your motivation. Stop making shitty threads.
Is this worth it?
Not OP but I'm planning on subscribing to one of these online schools over winter break.
Is it worth it over the $144/year deal from Schoolism? and
What (in your opinion) are the top online schools to learn the fundamentals of drawing and painting?
This is the list of the ones I've found so far:
Stan Winston (This one is more for sculpture and movie fx)
Foundations Group on Patreon
Gumroad (probably expensive buying from many different people)
New Masters Academy
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What do you guys think about Artgerm? I like him very much.
We are an /ic/ based art dA group running since 2013 dedicated to the improvement of each member's artistic abilities through peer support, critiques, and friendly competition.
Here's the link to How it works page: http://unmotivatedlosers.deviantart.com/journal/How-it-Works-v-3-400235229
Your current skill level doesn't matter.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask.
Guys... I really want to learn how to start cartoony BLENDING but I just fuck it up.
Guys like koki do it really well.
What you're looking for here is 1. the style of the drawing itself (the cartoony exaggeration and the flow of the forms, etc) and the smooth color choices used here. The blending isn't what makes that style, it's mostly the way they chose the colors and also the way they didn't really define a really hard single light source (not that it's a bad thing, I think it looks good too)
A lot of it is actually the tool. Specifically, paint tool sai.
That's not to say you can't do it in other programs with enough effort, but it's a lot easier to replicate in the original program.
Hey there anons, post last thing you drew. it does not matter whether it is a sketch, painting or you are just boredly doing mess in MS paint. Do not cheat and not execuse, have a nice week
Well, this isn't the last thing I drew fresh, but is the last thing I was working on. Am still currently working on it.