sup /ic, just finished this. imo best i've done so far. any critiques¿
not a virgin
big ears edition
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, make your mom proud.
AVOID asking unrelated questions, there is a question thread for that.
RESIZE YOUR IMAGES TO ~1000 PIXELS:
>screenshot the image and post that instead (also images shouldn't come out accidentally sideways with this method)
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How do you feel about photobashing?
I get that it started so concept artist could put together visuals quicker, but some people are trying to make it into it's own thing.
I don't mind it at all. It's just a different form of art in my mind.
Hi, I want to start drawing and want to know if I should learn it from any particular book or not. I did some research and read that Drawing on the right side of the brain is a real good one... what do you guys think?
Do you feel drugs affect your skill? I feel like im better when I'm high
I am a gaming artist. I have tried to make art both at work and at home while high or drunk. It might improve creativity a bit but it lowers skill by A LOT. Only thing that sems to improve my art is ONE beer because it helps me drown out the office noise and focus better.
If i'm high enough, i get really good ideas, and can easily get them done. But it doesn't last long; i get too paranoid and yittery after being high for a while, and then i just want to go to sleep .
Hey i cant seem to find the thread that these were in so to the kind anon who dumped them, can you please post the hand refs in pic related? I saved the thumbnails because im a retard sometimes
What's the easiest way to see through a form?
I always imagine what I'm looking at cut in half.
I do the same thing whether I'm looking at a reference or when I'm drawing from imagination. I always pretend some one ran an imaginary knife through whatever I'm drawing.
Does anybody have an easier method than that?
What's the best way to do that though?
I always draw cylinders from life from basic objects around the house.
I'm trying to get a good mastery before I walk away from form. Since I've been drawing in 2D for so long, it's the first thing that flies out of my mind when I pick up a pencil.
Would any of you be willing do draw my Dark Souls 3 character killing Horace and Anri? Thanks.
This man once drew me this really nice drawing of space engineer Isaac Clarke holding a pigeon, it was several years ago, ever since then i have been using it as my profile picture
I came to realize that i don't have the original artwork saved, so i went on deviantart to try and find it but it seems that he has deleted his account, maybe?
I know the dude who made it browses 4chan, so i hope that the dood sees this and reposts the drawing :)
Hey /ic/ do you ever draw fight scenes? If you do, where do you get your ideas for poses, or references for them? I'd like to try drawing them in my free time when I'm not studying something.
Thank you, hope you're having a good day!
I don't draw a lot of fight scenes, but it has happened on a few occasions, it's pretty fun and challenging. I collect refs pics when they pop up and martial arts films are pretty good for them too. Also, some mango-artists are a good inspiration.
You should be able to do this.
I used to work at an antique furniture shop and my favorite part of the process was staining. I considered it an art. Getting fresh untouched furniture and putting a whole new coat was the best. But what is your favorite type of stain?
Does the pickled oak stain lighten the wood? If so I shoulda used that shit. I built a music instrument out of spalted beech and it was super sexy and white but the linseed oil I finished it with darkened and yellowed it a bit.
This is a fun drawing i did the other day. What do yall think?
Why are they so perfect?
Show me my mistake
You made your own thread for your shit drawing.