I broke my dominant hand /ic/, and i'll have a cast for 2 more weeks. What can I expect in terms of drawing skill loss? Is there something I can do to reduce it?
Drawing skill loss? From two weeks? If you stop riding a bike for two weeks do you suddenly lose the ability to ride? No. It might take you a minute to get back to it but you don't lose anything permanent.
Boise! I want to start graffiti, are there any things I should know before starting this illegal shit? Where do I buy sprays and pens? I'm beginner. :) thankyou.
Graffiti looks like shit.
Grab a can of spray paint and plaster your own brand of shit all over someone elses property.
There's not much advice anyone can give you. If you want it to look good (it wont') you need to be a knowledgeable artist beforehand.
so... i was just watching glen vilppu on new masters academy on his how to draw heads video he said he disagrees with how loomis draws heads. he followed it by saying go for the real thing.if you wanna see it watch the how to draw heads chapter 3 and then skip to 3:03. what does ic think of this with all the loomis memeing going on .
a side not i love both artists
sec i will transcribe what he said , he was talking about how to build the planes of the head and said, "now this is similar to a lot of the conventions you see about how to take and break down the head. i .. i totally dissagree with a lot of the uh, standard conventions like using a circle for the side of the head *eh* andrew loomis stuff. *pausees* go for the real thing.
Watercolor painting, 45 mins in.
How can I draw with this kind of perspective ?
Anyone else feel like too much masturbation affects their motivation to draw? I noticed when I do my regular routine of fap, I can't maintain focus, and don't have the will/motivation to continue drawing something. I always half ass everything. But when I stop fapping for a while, I can actually sit down and complete something without getting anxious/ unfocused
Wow nigga are you me?
It doesn't help that my refs folder is 99% porn.
>anxious and distracted whenever I try to draw
>fap several times a day
you're gonna make me abstain, aren't you
I'm gonna be mad as shit if I spend a week taking an extra hour to get to sleep because of an uncomfortable boner and I'm not any more focused
I have pencil, paper, eraser.
It's enought to learn and become really fucking good at art?
need some classic 60s Sci-Fi concept art for my collection
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Hey /ic/ how do i make lineart be transparent so it can be colored differently, like on this image, brown.
In PS btw
>tfw you put in a lot of work over a long amount of time and start to produce stuff that actually looks decent
We're all gonna make it bros. Everything looks impossible until you do it. Plunging headfirst into the abys and trusting yourself really works.
Watch Alan Watts vids on YouTube. You have to let go and stop striving and just be. Trying to be something is like trying to calm a pool with a rake, i.e., it doesn't work. You are destined to an unfulfilled life if you can't learn to just be. Good luck, brah. We're all gonna make it.
Hey thanks for the suggestion, only saw it now or I would have responded sooner. Which vids of his do you recommend? Seems there are a lot of talks he gave on different topics and a lot of them are quite long.
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Well... jeje it's just me :v
I want to start studying Loomis books to be able to draw poses and know more the anatomy.
Is it actually interesting or does it feel like a chore ?
I'm reading Fun With a Pencil right now.
It hasn't helped me at all, I still can't draw worth shit.
depends on you.
i really enjoy drawing people, so studying technical advice on posing and anatomy is interesting for me.
i have no interest in drawing buildings and vehicles, so studying technical advice on architecture and assembly makes me feel like i'm dying. i still DO it, but i'm way better at people because i get more out of it and i do it more.
if you start learning to draw, you're going to find some subjects more fun than others.