Whats wrong with this? Looks like your average slovak that can catch huge fish
THIS IS NOW AN ART THREAD!
Pretty much nothing aside from the fact that he's italian and the river is near my house. But he reminded me about Big Fish the movie and how great that was and I saved it
This is not a YLYL thread anymore.
Abandon all hope, ye who enter here
Have some Rembrandt you ignorant cunts!
let's do some Beksinski, /b/'s favorite artist.
Then you are a man with a great taste.
Is it now an edgy thing to spam YLYL threads with non-related pics? The bananas were bad enough, but now it's all sorts of shit?
And people wonder why people don't contribute to make it a good thread.
/b/ ruins everything.
Here, get some amiantus
Arent you bored of same fucking YLYL pictures or shit banana posts all over /b/?
This is a random imageboard, and I am so sick of seeing everyday shit on /b/ like cringe, what to say or YLYL shits. Instead, I am offering you some pieces of art, historic photographs, propaganda pictures and infographics.
If you dont like it, I am sure you can find tonnes of YLYL threads in /b/ right now.
That fella is like a time traveller with an HD camera.
Here's a solution for you. Stop posting non-related material in a thread. Then the thread won't be polluted, and guys like me will contribute. Until you learn this, you can wallow with the other dumb fucks that can't follow directions.
If you want to give us better pics, start a separate thread that relates to your material. Fucking rocket science hey?
Here have some more of him.
That was pretty fuckin terrible
Stop me. It's not a pollution, but YLYL or other shit are.
All OC's are shit, I've rarely seen good shit in last year.
After seeing HR Giger's art, yes I did.
No one is as good as Führer. But I can say that, yes, my opinions are better than yours, if you defend this stupid shit.
Random means you may start a thread on any topic. The thread topic is what dictates the content. The content should follow the thread topic. Non-related content in the thread pollutes it.
Simple right? Or maybe not for simple minds.
Are you trying to make people lose?
That's a pretty nice try
I don't defend the current state of /b/. There used to be more organization and people followed the rules. Now, there is many who don't. And since it's not regulated, there is no repercussions. It's up to each person to conform to the rules, and many don't. Now it's a bunch of crying that /b/ sucks. I just explained why. Your mentality is one facet of why we are having issues.
Ivan the terrible and his son Ivan, by ,ilya repin
Here, a great detail.
If you've been here long enough, "like everyone else has" you would know that this place was always shit and its always going to be shit. I will defend your point about it being more organized before it got attention but this place has always been shit.
Simple minds detected.
You see how each board has a topic? All threads must follow the board topic. And then there is /b/. No topic for the threads (i,e. random). But each thread does have a topic. Follow the thread topic when posting.
I remember learning lots of stuff -necessary or unnecessary but stuff- here. Now it has no difference than 9gag.
I am not being a white knight or something, /b/ was always shit, but you could find some quality shit in this pile of shit. now its just bullshit.
To the anon posting art:
You're awesome, keep it up. Solid choice in material, if you have any more Renaissance period work it would be highly appreciated for study material.
- a d/ic/k.
I love this one, pretty strong painting. Also has a great story.
Since it's an unorganized folder, I am having some trouble to locate Renaissance ones, I'll send as much as I can like this one.
Story of this painting is also great, despite of my nationality.
That's not how that works.
Really? I don't see anyone posting any content, other than the guys that tried to kill the thread with shitty gore. As I see it the thread is a failure. Art anon over there just saved a shit thread and made it something more interesting than your typical failed thread.
One of my favorite painters of all time. Adore his work.
I am glad someone is enjoying.
Love it, man. Such a nice change to see some actual art other than fucking mspaint bananas.
Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Rafael have portraits in this one. Good choice.
Yep. He's crying over some bitch called her wife cause she's not with him in some trash reality
I'll fap to her after this thread.
Right now, an incredibly talented artist named Karl Kopinski does kind of war&battle job and sometimes within Warhammer 40K. If you like this kind of paintings, you should check his works. I will share only one of his, then continue with some oldschool art.
Thank you, I love the old masters and I feel any artist should try studying them and applying their romantic methods to their own work, even if only to see how a varied form of construction affects the flow of a subject. The fluidity and dynamics of the poses are astounding.
I happen to have some old da vinchi anatomy studies, if you're interested in them.
Sure, I draw stuff quite often. Would be so nice.
Well honestly I dont know, but here's a link you can read some; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phryne
In case the thread 404's before I can post them, here's a imgur link to the collection:
I'll post some more references, though I do not believe they're da vinchi.
Severe trauma in some cases, like when the bones are so shattered they can't be set into place. Also in cases of severe infection of the bone in order to prevent spread and to removed dead material.
i dont think you know what bait is kid.,
There's a horde o' them maraudin' Visigoths to see y'all!
I love /b/ even more today, thank you all /b/rothers. Really appreciated it.
Thank you very much man.
Also here some Gustave Dore, one of the greatest engraving artists of all time. His works were based on Paradise Lost, Dante's Divine Comedy, Rime of the Ancient Mariner and classics of its own time.
Every single piece is just beautiful, if you are interested in this stuff, Dore is your man.
Stupid question, but I can pop the right side of my jaw. I'm pretty sure I have tmj. There's never any pain, never sore. I've always seen it more like a bad habit.
Could that lead to this?
'Bout to get spooky in here.
That's some impressive work, I love hatching work so I think this is just up my alley.
It is just amazing that some guy did all those drawings 700 years ago, besides inventing machines and city planning or painting some portraits.
He was like Da Vinci of Germany. It's a shame that not as much as people know about him.
Able & Cain
Now I'm no medical professional so take what I say with some salt, but I would recommend not doing that. I highly doubt it will lead to you getting your jaw removed as amputation is a pretty severe measure nowadays in medical practice, but it can lead to consistent pain down the road if done too much or violently. The reason joints "pop" isn't totally understood, but a few common theories is that it's either A. nitrogen rapidly moving through the tissue, B. ligaments sliding over the joints and making the sound as they slap back into place, or C. the ligaments make these noises when they suddenly contract.
The jaw is a very odd thing, and the muscles of the jaw can apply more force per size than other muscles, but can spasm and lock very easily. It's actually possible and quite common to dislocate your own jaw while yawning and popping it, and you've got a lot of little nerves and blood vessels in there so there's a lot of room for something to be pinched.
Basically, don't do it and if it starts to hurt when you DON'T pop it, go to a doctor.
Another story from the Bible, Tower of Babel
Art is a science and the ability and process to create it is just as, if not more beautiful than what is actually created. Now being an artist is fair more accessible than every before, with nearly uncountable programs, sites and applications to use to draw or paint at home without ever needing a canvas. To think of the great pains men went to in the past to make the things they did, to invent the tools they so specifically needed that couldn't be readily bought, or to spend the years of practice in their medium when a means of livelihood wasn't secure unless they were both skilled and in the area of wealth; it is truly inspirational and daunting to think what those before us did to get to where they did.
Agreed. "Art is a science" I think that's why Renassiance works look better for me, since I am a mechanical engineer. It is really true that, math makes everything more beautiful, even we dont even realize.
And there's the image cap.
Well art /b/ro, it's been real fun. thanks for all the additions to my folder, Hopefully I can learn a thing or two from them in my studies. Maybe I'll see you in a reference thread on /ic/ some time, they've got some great threads there that focus on brush economy and color palettes, and often post art from the masters.
Thanks again for making a dull thread something special.
You are welcome /b/rother, always my pleasure. Good luck on your studies and thank you for your anatomy sketch archive. Will be studying them on my drawings, maybe see you someday on /ic/.
We can make another thread, I have an hour to spend.
We can do on
>old and war photos
sorry man, english is not my main language, so I suck sometimes.