Black Friday. Anyone know if there are any deals online? Let's share any deals on art supplies we come across.
Anyone got an apple pencil yet?
Just bought a subscription...what video should I watch first?
Rate my sprite? It's meant to be an Oni. It's done in black only as the game follows a style that makes it so that all 'live' things are black/transparent.
The first two looping frames are idle and the last four are an earthquake attack.
The art works but the earthquake attack doesn't. He should look like he's putting more force into it. I'd rotate the body so he goes up on one leg more before smashing down, like sumo's do.
Fight pose reference Thread
Minor axis points to the Vanishing point when ellipses are in a vertical position (in a 2pt perspective)
What about when ellipses are in a horizontal position like my picture? Specificaly in a 2pt perspective, they are perpenticular to the horizontal line.
> by the way this is 45/45 perspective with 60 COV (you can see the COV on the side of the picture)
OP here. Wtf part of my message got deleted??
IGNORE FIRST MESSAGE AND READ THIS ONE :
In a ONE point perspective drawing, when you sit an ellipse on the flat surface (horizontal) the minor axis is always perpenticular to the horizontal line.
In 2 points perspective, minor axis, when ellipse are in vertical position, always point to the vanishing points.
MY QUESTION : Where does the minor axis points of an ellipse points out, in a 2pt perspective picture, when it is sitting on the flat surface...
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crit me /ic/
I can either go to grad school or move to an art city and try to start getting into exhibitions. Grad school is extremely expensive in the US and school in general is getting a little boring to be honest. Right now I'm a junior in my undergrad 20 yrs old. Portfolio is here http://lurkersupreme1.deviantart.com/
You were stupid enough to (probably go into crippling debt in order to) go to art school, and now you're thinking about spending even more money on a degree that will not even help you get a job at wal-mart?
Yes, absolutely, you should go to grad school. May as well go full retard.
Hi /ic/. I just got back into drawing around March this year after having stopped for a few years. I'm nowhere near as good as I want to be yet. I've been wanting to get a tablet for a while now, but should I wait until I'm at the level of competency I want on paper first? Also, should I go for a more expensive tablet right off the bat, or start with something cheaper?
Get a tablet whenever you want. You'll get the most out of it when you have solid drawing skills already though. Nothing wrong with getting one while you still are learning to draw, just make sure you still practice pencil and paper at the same time.
In my opinion it is better to invest in a good tablet that will last years rather than buy cheap then later need to buy another nicer one. Just get a good one at the start if you are serious about art, even if you are not yet that skilled.
someone could provide me with any of kim jung gi's sketch collection books? I am searching internet but couldn't find anything
ps i know someone uploaded 5 part zipped sketches but they are just ripped imgs from superani
Hey there anon, how's that art slump going? tell me about it.
I took this art course thinking I would be pushed to get better at drawing. However it was assessment week and Ive been so busy I havent drawn a thing. Now it's over and I can't be bothered to draw, however I'm going to force myself to.
arts hard and progress is slow. i'm glad I'm out of that intense honeymoon phase though of the first few months where I felt like I needed to practice every waking hour I wasn't at work and am falling into a routine and starting the slow but not obsessive burn. (I don't want to be a pro.)
I can't wrap my head around color. I've been pushing my drawing and that's going great but every time I throw color into it, it's like babby's first scribble. It seriously makes me want to give up. The other thing is I can't fucking finish anything. I have all these half cocked sketches and things, mostly because I can't color so they go nowhere. I kind of don't know how I thought I could get work, even in months.
Tried out this shit at the apple store after weeks of "HURR IT REPLACED MY CINTIQ DURRR". Are you trolls even trying anymore? This shit is straight up GARBAGE. Pen is absolute crap, apps are absolute crap.
I don't even know what to say but this meme needs to end now. There's like 1-2 trolls spreading these lies.
I have a bamboo from wacom and while it works great I don't like how frictionless it is. When you draw with a pen or pencil there's a little bit of friction that I'm used to while guiding my pen. With the tablet it's just gliding on it. Any tips or trick?
Can anyone create a better deer-man??
c'mon show me ya moves!!
Can you guys give me some of the best sources for learning how to paint with tempera?
It is much cheaper and much faster to work than with oil, so I was thinking in learning firstly how to handle this material. I also know that one can achieve great results with it, for the unfinished paintings of Michelangelo and above all his Tondo Doni are sublime. His Tondo Doni is, in my view, superior to any of Leonardo Madonna’s.
So, can you guys give some books and websites about it (tempera painting; tempera color mixing, etc.)?
In return, I will offer one of the...
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Tempera is very different from oils so probably won't help you transition very well.
Also the tempera used by old masters is very different from that of today.
I don't think many people use tempera other than the cheap shit when kids in kindergarden play.
You can make your own egg tempera but it's a difficult medium because it dries so quickly.
I was thinking in using that technique called cangiante, where you start with layers of the darker colors and then comes forward with the brighter ones.
But I don’t know well were to find material.
What materials have you stolen for art?
For me it's mostly office supplies from my office job, stack load of paper for gesture/figure exercises and recently pic related so I can stretch paper for watercolors
Personally, nothing cause I have a job and can pay for my shit without a problem as it's the only hobby I have.
Reminds me of this thread we had not too long ago tho