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4391903 No.4391903 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391905

Hey dudes and dudettes. If u could point out what sucks the most I'd have a clear idea on what to work on to fix the worst mistakes I make. Ty a lot!

>> No.4391905

>>4391903
Go with black and white painting for now, the colors are corpse-y in a very bad way. Also, either go for a painting or a drawing, this is some frankenstein fusion.



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4391861 No.4391861 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391869

What would you recommend someone to draw/practice every day?

>> No.4391869

>>4391861
Draw whatever u want, as long as it gets pen on paper



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4391762 No.4391762 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391805

All the art I used to take as-is and enjoy, I keep finding things wrong with now. A weird line here. A strange anatomy there. Why is the chin suddenly so pointy when I never noticed it before? I used to like this manga why the fuck does it look so weird now? I never asked for this.

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4391785

I never asked for this shit ass /beg/ blog thread but here we are

>> No.4391805

>>4391762
For many people that's just a phase and you will be able to look past some amount of mistakes again.



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4391759 No.4391759 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391774

Why are some paintings from the "masters" so expensive?
I can understand if it's masterfully done or have some historical significance like the Sistine chapel, but like pic related is just a mess that a three year old could have created on accident Why does it cost hundreds of millions of dollars?
I don't get it.

>> No.4391768

It costs a million dollars because that's what people are willing to pay for it and they think it will be worth more than a million to other people in the future.

Art is a fiat currency.

>> No.4391774
Quoted By: >>4391912

>>4391759
Pollock is not a master, he's a fucking hack.

>> No.4391776
Quoted By: >>4391900

Because art (and diamonds) used to be an easy way to launder money. One person “sells” the art to another for millions (along with whatever they’re actually selling) to another. They get the “art” and the other, untraceable item.

>> No.4391900

>>4391776
This. Plus rich people then donate the art and use it as a tax right off

>> No.4391912

>>4391774
Okay Amaw_u.



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4391734 No.4391734 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391904 >>4391906

Leaving this board and never coming back
You are poison

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>> No.4391826
Quoted By: >>4391902

>>4391808
That soul crushing pressure is what forms diamonds baby bitch

>> No.4391896

>>4391763
Based. Without this board, I never would have even discovered Loomis, Bridgman, or any good drawing guides outside of Proko. I haven't made it yet, but it's thanks to /ic/ that I even have a chance to make it in the first place, and I am so grateful for that. Thank you, anons. I love you all.

>> No.4391902

>>4391826
I've been here for 5 years, so far no diamonds in sight, only being worse at art than I would be without /ic/

>> No.4391904

>>4391734
Alright see you tomorrow.

>> No.4391906

>>4391734
if the good people always leave, then /ic/ will only get shittier.

>>4391763
Based



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4391729 No.4391729 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391730 >>4391738

redraw this picture please

>> No.4391730
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>>4391729

>> No.4391738
Quoted By: >>4391757

>>4391729
Payme first

>> No.4391757

>>4391738
how much?



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4391659 No.4391659 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391882

i've been drawing fundies for a couple years strictly on paper using pencil/black pen, also brush pen.
i've been looking to make the jump to digital and 99% of tablets look like a meme. i was gonna get a simple $600 or less one like an xp-pen artist 12, but i feel like unless i have the very best tablet, all i would be able to think about is how my current tablet was holding me back and how it's not the best and the other tablets are better and more expensive for a reason. so i was thinking of getting a cintiq pro 24. then i'd be able to fully devote myself to my digital art and feel like i'm at full capability and not constantly be thinking in the back of my head that i'm handicapping myself with a subpar tablet and not at full potential.
i'm a semi-NEET living with parents and got a minimum wage job making $7.25/hr in fast food the past 3 months to save this money up. am i a fucking retard or is this sensible?

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>> No.4391800

>>4391797
not that guy but if you're confident with your drawings, why would you be afraid of this. Even 'cheating' with digital is just taking shortcuts and making use the full capabilities of digital drawing. Unless, your 'cheating' is literally tracing than obviously its a problem.

>> No.4391875

>>4391753
Tons of people "decide to become a pro", only a small, small fraction of them ever makes it. Chances are you aren't one of them, just like most of /ic/ including me.

>> No.4391882
Quoted By: >>4391887

>>4391659
I used a Wacom Intuos for years and I got an iPad Pro a couple months ago to replace my 7 year old iPad thinking that a screen tablet would suddenly make my drawing process so much better. Turns out that wasn’t the case and I still use my Wacom intuos, while using the iPad for small drawing exercises and casual browsing.

Point of this blog was that you don’t need to shell out 2000 wageslave bucks to draw digitally, even if you get a cheap shitty tablet once you get comfortable with it you’ll be able to draw what you want eventually.

Grinding getting used to the tablet is far more important than how expensive it is.

>> No.4391887
Quoted By: >>4391891

>>4391882
Are your lines not better on the screentablet? I can barely trace something with my intuos (have had it for years)

>> No.4391891

>>4391887
I’d say the main benefit to transitioning the screen would be if you’re the type who inks their line art since if have good line control you won’t even need a stabiliser to get smooth lines. Plus rotating the Canvas and flipping to see mistakes is so much better on the screen tablet.

My specific issue with the transition is that I’m so used to my tablet settings and the texture of the wacom tablet that I can’t draw in ‘muh style’ on it. i still have fun drawing In Procreate but at the moment it’s like an entirely different method for me, hence why OP should save his money and see how he fares on a cheaper option to test the waters since he can replace it with something similar later if he gets used to the tablet.



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4391655 No.4391655 [Reply] [Original]

What are the best free drawing programs for Windows XP?

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>> No.4391701
Quoted By: >>4391707

ok nvm, it has adobe photoshop cs4 on it

>> No.4391707
Quoted By: >>4391711

>>4391701
You need internet to ping the license server for your monthly subscription

>> No.4391710
Quoted By: >>4391719

Paint tool sai might be the only one or an old version of photoshop.

>> No.4391711

>>4391707
>monthly subscription
sorry, is this some some of new thing that i'm too retro to understand?

>> No.4391719

>>4391710
Sai isn't free, also when I had it on xp it was reeaaaally slow, like, the brushstrokes would appear literally seconds after I moved the stylus. Nothing like that happened in photoshop or other programs.

Anyway, cs4 is everything op will ever need.



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4391601 No.4391601 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Last thread:>>4387896
>Link: https://dad.gallery/
>Backup just in case: http://last-artist-standing.herokuapp.com/
>Dev Tracker (post patch 2.0 ideas in the thread): https://trello.com/b/MCPk8MIg/dad-dev-board

Rules
>Submit your artwork everyday (or your preferred frequency)
>The deadline for submissions is 23:59:59 GMT each day
>You should spend at least 30 minutes on each update
>Miss a day and you'll be alright, just keep going
>Have fun

>New thread is made whenever it is needed
>Please link to past thread
>Enjoy yourself.
>Please refrain from drawing sexual encounters with underage humans ;^) (a.k.a no child porn you sick pervert)

FAQ:

Something's broken, what do I do?
>Eat a banana. Potassium helps.

What is the goal?
>Be better.

me is beginner and not know draw, can me join?
>Yes x100. Stop asking and start submitting art, chum. You can't be the worst, like literally.

What is Last Artist Standing?
>The legacy, the legend, the original, the predecessor. It has changed and ruined lives of many lassies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epg08FlksTc

Lava who? w what? banana whom?
>Lava was the deceased mother, potentially dead by surgery. Rest in peace mr half-empty toothpaste lemur.
>w is the heartless hypocritical pedo-enabled asshole father. Emerge occasionally to enjoy being the local scumbag that he is.
>Current dad: banana. Fuck up time to time but is trying his hardest, ganbatte kudasai!

Community:

>Official
LAS discord: https://discord.gg/2crFvKV

>Unofficial
Dead DAD discord: https://discord.gg/eh3z24v

This is a library of resources some users have made for the community. Please give it a look:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3GiCtv0swalbDRCN1FYNVExWk0

This is the /las/ list of inspirational artists. Everyone can contribute to the list and discover new cool artists:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TjFiWtqoAxSCqGH0Z_YJT3tQInZvgxVoNBlJamh1AI8

>Intermission
Please comment on each other artwork because DAD's children love attentions

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>> No.4391811

>>4391790
Sure, but I think they have a very distinct head shape that I’d like to retain some elements of. There are a million ways to anthropomorphize them, i think it’s fun to mix and match them in the same setting, from the actual animal to a fursuit

>> No.4391814

>>4391782
so this is how furchads study

>> No.4391853

>>4391782
what's your secret? do you still have fun drawing? how are you going about finding topics that will be enjoyable enough for you to explore and dive into? i need help, fisher. feels like energy is running fucking low at the moment

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4391870
Quoted By: >>4391889

What music do you listen to when your drawing?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHOtfHjfnQ0

>> No.4391889

>>4391870
Random shit on youtube recommended mixes



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4391595 No.4391595 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391630 >>4391637

>Studied anime coomer artist
>Days pass
>drawing pracs are looking less anime and more humanly
I guess this is what "Finding your style" means

>> No.4391630

>>4391595
it's shit

>> No.4391635

Friendly reminder that if there weren't any options then a decision wasn't made. By which I mean if your goal was to draw anime but didn't put effort while drawing and just drew "more humanly" because of auto-pilot then you didn't really find your style any more than people who draw disproportionate bodies found theirs.

>> No.4391637

>>4391595
Cute smile.



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4391510 No.4391510 [Reply] [Original]

I miss back when I didn't know I was shit.
Being a Dunning Kruger is unironically the best way to enjoy art.

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>> No.4391841
Quoted By: >>4391842 >>4391843

>>4391839
Oh, sorry. I just had no clue someone could consider THAT a long way from where they started. You go, sport.

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4391842

>>4391841
>I just had no clue someone could consider THAT a long way from where they started.
if only you knew how bad things really were

>> No.4391843

>>4391841
Do you have any idea what an ACTUAL beginner drawing looks like?

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4391872
Quoted By: >>4391899

first you suck, and you don't know anything.
then you suck, but you think you're good.
then you suck, and you know you suck.

Eventually, i've realized that I'm good at some things, and suck at others. I'm finally starting to be able to get back to that place of naivety, where I don't really care how good i am and i just have fun, which is where almost everyone starts.

>> No.4391899

>>4391872
I hope the next step is accepting that you suck and actually enjoying making art that sucks..



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4391368 No.4391368 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391381

Anyone know who originally painted this? I found it as a profile pic someone had in a YouTube comments section

>> No.4391370

I did. You're welcome. Fuck off.

>> No.4391381

>>4391368
Paul Rudd



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4391363 No.4391363 [Reply] [Original]

I think this board is good for beginners, but it forgets an important aspect to getting good at art. You've got to look at a ton of art. I spend my days browsing through art from all different time periods. I definitely prefer Modern and Contemporary painting, but i can get down with anything really.

Looking at different art can expand your style. Even if you just draw anime it can help. So much of the work that cubists and modernists did led to the styles you see in animation. I can't tell you how many times i've looked at a Picasso drawing and see lines and shapes that are in cartoons.

It's hard to see the 1-1 relationship between the art you consume and getting better, but it helps. So much of art is subconscious, and anything you draw is referencing something else that already exists. Even if you don't like my collection, i highly recommend you look at art by gallery credible artists instead of just "anime-illustrator-4069".

I have a folder with almost 800 jpgs in it if you want to look. it's pretty diverse. A lot of abstract-ish/expressive shit. 95% is by well-established artists that you would learn about in a history class, but i have some internet illustrators in there as well. Most of them have the artists name as the file name, but if not you can just reverse image search it. I got the idea to post my art folder after looking through the academic folder on the IC wiki.

so yeah. Here's the link:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/yogiepfm4dlh1fo/art_Creamer_Jay_Zip.zip/file

If YOU guys have folders of Art stuff, post them. I would LOVE to look at that. As much as I want you guys to get out of your art echo-chamber, I have my own short-sightedness too.

yep.

>> No.4391484

lmao so you're the fuckface who's forcing this 'ama*u' bullshit
post your work, shit stain



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4391351 No.4391351 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391540

It's about riders and punks

Just draw

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4391540

>>4391351
ABSOLUTELY BASED AND JUST DRAW PILLED

Video course hoarders absolutely seething



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4391288 No.4391288 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]

Dear gentlemen, esteemed members of /ic[up]/...

Now that I have your attention, I would like to make an announcement...

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>> No.4391386

>>4391375
EXTREMELY AND UTTERLY BASED

>> No.4391396

>>4391316

No U.

>> No.4391495

am I late?

>> No.4391500
Quoted By: >>4391549

>>4391375
pyw

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>>4391500



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4391247 No.4391247 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391267

[Art is mine, FE3H OC. IbisPaintX on a phone, using the "Oil Rough" brush, not one I use much.]
How do you guys usually test a new brush? I usually do a whole doodle in it. But I'm looking to try different stuff for more learning.

Critiques on what you can see of his design also welcome since I feel like someone may say something anyway?

>> No.4391265

>Critiques on what you can see of his design also welcome since I feel like someone may say something anyway?
Not a question.

>> No.4391267
Quoted By: >>4391282

>>4391247
To test new brushes i just doodle around to see every kind of line/stroke it can do, how to blend and paint with it etc nothing fancy

As for your artwork, nothing to say. Just refer to the sticky and practise fundamentals, real critiques only really helps once you get intermidiate in skill desu, before that its just the good old tedious study/practise -> apply knowledge cycle.

>> No.4391270

I don't usually try new brushes, it's a pain in this ass to install them on SAI and i'm a lazy fag.

>> No.4391282

>>4391267
Fair enough! Thank you



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4391218 No.4391218 [Reply] [Original]

Before starting this I want you to listen to my story. I come in here because I know this is the only community on the internet that will continuously be harsh enough to not allow myself become lazy or self delusional; because I know that, there are many among you with enough knowledge to tell me I'm doing wrong when I'm doing wrong. I am a man who has lost entirely everything in his life and that currently possesses nothing but ashes.
Lost my health, I'm nothing but a piece of garbage nobody will hire because of my age and chronic illnesses.
Lost my career. My job.
Lost the family member I most loved.
Then the person who kept me going, my lover, cucked me with one of my "friends"
As result of all of the above, I attempted to end my life 3 months ago.
Ever since then I've been sleeping most of the time. Eating sometimes close to nothing, while binging on others. Became addicted to clonazepam, which I get with forged prescriptions.
I have lost all and I have nothing else to lose but myself.
I want to come back. But cannot come back. I, instead, want to make it through art. Always hated my job in a way, was always jealous of artists earning about the same than me by just drawing. Always loved art myself, even educated myself a bit in it. Now that it's been 3 months and before the downward spiral of depression sinks me any deeper. I want to try.
Please help me to get good. If only by just being judges, if only by just being there and telling me I'm bad. I want to fight back in this, and for once in so many endless weeks start floating back into the surface.
I'll be keeping this thread on, to show you all my progress. Starting today, I'll fight myself to post at least 8 drawings a day. and then more. I'm delusional for believing I'll get good in a few months but at this point anything else seems delusional too, I have reached the bottom, any skill I try to pick up will also take months in developing so I want art to be my path to go.

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4391786

Small fixes, within the possible. I know, shouldn't polish a turd but...

>> No.4391788
Quoted By: >>4391798 >>4391865

>>4391773
Honestly, you havent really shown us anything so its hard to judge. Here is what you need to do:
1) get at least 6 hours of sleep
2) take a shower and go to a coffee shop or something tomorrow
3) spend the day drawing, stretching, eating, deep breath exercises
4) keep up this routine for 7 days
5) come back and show us what you’ve drawn

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4391798
Quoted By: >>4391802

>>4391788
Alright. I'll do that. Except for the fact of waiting one week. I am alone and miserable, posting my "advances" is the only thing that separates me from an even more crippling depression

Also, added a few minor tweaks. Won't polish the turd anymore, I'll move on to a different angle.

>> No.4391802

>>4391798
Pick up Scott Eaton's facial anatomy course. They have a good section on how to tackle the skull in a practical manner.

>> No.4391865

>>4391788
This is a good idea.Not just go to a cafe, go to a park or a museum draw everything you see then move on.



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4391153 No.4391153 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391910

Why is Anime the most normie of all art styles?

All the weird people do abstract experimental type shit.

All the normies just draw Anime.

It's unusual because in most scenes anime is not that normie.. in Art it's the most normie.

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>> No.4391893
Quoted By: >>4391895 >>4391908

>>4391888
Im pretty sure he ment hentai

>> No.4391895

>>4391893
Ah ok.

>> No.4391908

>>4391474
>>4391893
Obviously he meant the Light Novel artstyle, idiots

>> No.4391910
Quoted By: >>4391911

>>4391153
anyone unironically using the word normie is a normie
its the "I'm not like the other girls" but for men

>> No.4391911

>>4391910
The word normie is used nowadays to describe anyone outside your group, for /ic/ anyone who doesn't draw is a normie.



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4391119 No.4391119 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]

>> No.4391648

sage. there is /beg/ for a reason, no need to shit up the board with your trash.



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4391049 No.4391049 [Reply] [Original]

Help me, /ic/ you're my only hope

Ages ago I found on pixiv a certain pic in a style close to this guy

https://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=480681

It was a blonde girl with a red ribbon, in a yellow dress with (maybe) white dots. She was holding a bag with strawberrys.

Can anyone help me?

>> No.4391059

No idea, but this guy's art is gorgeous



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4391012 No.4391012 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4391021 >>4391026

He already know about this art

>> No.4391021

>>4391012
>that KFC printout

>> No.4391026

>>4391012
Why are you still here?

>> No.4391030

I don't get it.



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4390896 No.4390896 [Reply] [Original]

Is Vandruff's perspective course any different from Perspective Made Easy + Robertson's book?

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>> No.4391832
Quoted By: >>4391844 >>4391850

>>4391829
If Olson is so good, why do we never see anyone post results gained from him?

>> No.4391844
Quoted By: >>4391859

>>4391832
Just watch it dude, it's a really good course.

>> No.4391849

>>4391042
Most video players let you speed up videos. It's pretty easy to get used to watching stuff at 1.5x

>> No.4391850

>>4391832
>implying people here ever have gains to post

>> No.4391859

>>4391844
What am I getting myself into though? I already read Vandruff's book and most of Robertson's. What more of perspective is there to learn aside from 3PT? I see Olson covers that in his latest videos, but I doubt anyone here has done those, so I won't ask about those. If you have, do inform please.



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4390888 No.4390888 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4390891

How do i start doing comics, manga whatever
Where do i start?
Not planning on anything big, just small 4 koma kinda comedic stuff

>> No.4390891

>>4390888
READ THE STICKY

>> No.4391537
Quoted By: >>4391796

Learn fundamentals, perspective, shading and invest a lot of time in figure drawing like how to draw bodies with right proportions etc, develop a style and work on your facial expression, you could probably be able to draw nice comics in like 2 months if you invest enough time into it, gl

>> No.4391712

draw 4 panels
start with the punchline and work your way backwards

>> No.4391796

if you want to do comics then the writing is the important part.
ignore people who say shit like >>4391537 unless you're interested in doing physical comedy where you need the art to sell the joke, and even then you can throw most of it out.



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4390801 No.4390801 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4390802 >>4390812

>> No.4390802

>>4390801
>>/b/

>> No.4390812
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>>4390801
Suppose I could post this thing I slapped together recently to make my workspace more interesting



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