What does /ic/ think of this video?
Loved that vid of him. Big fan of the dude, picasso vid wasn't my cup of tea either though.
HOWEVER, pic related is the best painting of all time. If you disagree, you are simply wrong.
it takes trisha tier skill level to work for the police to catch a serial murderer
Is re-drawing existent drawings actually helps to improve?
I've been re-drawing for a while now but whenever i try to make something of my own i struggle alot.
(i hope re-drawing is the right word lol)
also pic unrelated
Well yes and no.
It allows you to understand some techniques and bases, but after awhile you'll only be able to know that specific drawing.
Lets say for instance you perfect a certain pose and show people that skill, when they ask you to do it in a different pose you won't know how to typically because you've spent time learning how to draw that one specific instance. You know the reasoning behind it, but can't apply it elsewhere, so while your skills have improved, it's only...
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>yfw a client gives you money up front and you never hear from them again
Happens surprisingly often. I'm sometiems tempted to contact them and say 'Hey, remember that commission we talked about? Are you ready to send the payment?' and see what happens. kek. Honestly think these dudes that forgot in the first place might be so autistic and scatterbrained that maybe they'll just send the same payment a second time.
Ofc it sucks if then he remembers and you actually have to do the work.
Is this only me, or something really wrong with this piece?
Hey /ic/, i have been using photoshop for a while actually, but there is one thing that really frustrates me. i keep seeing this grungy texture in brushstrokes that really adds something to paintings that i like, but i have no idea how to replicate it. it doesnt look like a texture, but more like the brush itself is randomized and somewhat grungy. its hard to explain so yeah pic related
maybe its really obvious and im just a retard but i really want to figure out how people do it.
pic belongs to bayard wu (hes pretty obviously amazing)
cedric peyraverney has this...
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Some of those look like normal brushstroke with textured brushes. Have you downloaded different sets and experimented with them?
Otherwise if you use the mixer brush you can get that type of texture very easily. You'll need to set a texture to it and put it on height though.
Can we have one of those threads were we redraw stuff from multiple angles?
>mfw I finished this drawing
Don't leave out construction, kids, it's important.
I donn't know
Overall, it looks fine to me.
The one thing that really bothers me is how you outlined her left leg making perspective all messed up by drawing the leg forward when it's behind the right leg..
Post digital illustrations that you consider to be so mindblowingly, absolutely ceiling-hittingly cock-hardeningly good, that they sit easily above what 98% of artists would ever possibly be able to achieve. basically shit that is just the best of the best of the best.
if you post mullins and the usual suspects try to be selective. try to post even their work that is their very best.
>this thread is now forever tainted, get fukd.
Found this jem in my great grandfathers atic and i really want to know where it is from and how old it is i found similar stuff
How long does a Pentel Pocket Brush last? In articular the brush itself but I guess the whole thing. Is it a couple of months or indefinitely if you aren't abusing it?
I've been using one and it's really sweet but I'm thinking of getting a Noodler's brush pen because you can buy replacement brush tips for 3 dollars. Also I really like Noodler's Ink Co. a lot. I've never used brushes so I'm pretty unfamiliar with them.
I've read from several people they've been using the same pen for years. I prefer their pigment color brush because it holds more ink and you can squeeze it, and I've used a single one for a couple years. I've never tried Noodler's brush pens, but a brand new Pentel with a couple ink cartridges is only $12. The behavior of the brush and whether you find it comfortable to hold far outweigh price. Use whatever you like. Worst case you probably have to save $2 a month and replace it a couple times a year.
It is nice. I've just been refilling it with fountain pen ink and it works great. I have one of their aquash brushes that I have just been using with water and watercolors but I've thought about putting in diluted fountain pen ink and making my own pigment brush.
It's just line-art at the moment, but is this alright? Any criticisms?
I want some more practice with drawing and can't really think of anything to draw
Fuck off to the /b/ drawthread or, if you're going to take things a little more seriously than this trash, at least go to the beginner thread.
From the movie A.C.O.D. The scene where Adam talks to dr. Judith at her home hanging above the mantle. Sorry her head is covering the painting and Netflix won't let me screenshot...please help me find the artist!
You expect someone to find the scene on their own to see the painting in order to maybe know it to help a stranger?
Make an effort and find a way to post the painting here if it's really important to you.