This thread is meant for artists who might want to try to make anime works in-between their studies. It is strongly recommended that you use this thread in conjunction with learning the elements and fundamentals of art. You can also discuss the visual elements of various professional artists as well if you keep it relatively articulate and civil.
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What online resources are available for discovering contemporary fine art and industry professionals? I've been a huge weeb growing up on manga art who only learned about guys like mullins from this place.
>>2767588 Fine art stuff will vary sooo much depending on what you are interested in. Artists who work in realism will be in completely different social circles than the people who do abstract for example.
For general digital stuff, check out some gallery sites like Artstation and try to get in on social circles on facebook as many people are connected there.
Is there a way to apply mtg style foil sheet to any picture? If so, how? What film can I use and where do I get it? I would like to use it on a larger picture - A4 or bigger. Or would I need to start with the foil first, mask the areas I want to keep shiny and then use some mediums over it so that I can paint on it? I was hoping to use it mainly with watercolors, but that wouldnt woork too well if I had to use it as the canvas..
What does /ic/ think about SF4 and 5 design and stylistic decisions? I find them ridiculous and awful, and the grotesque bodies almost physically repulsive. Now, there must be something wrong, as this is immensely popular. What's your opinion?
Also I guess general discussion about design in famous IPs.
>>2767498 >The art direction of SF4 is brilliant >I HATE the art of SF5 Interesting. In terms of design they seem to have completely crossed into fanfic territory with SF5. Honestly I find both somewhat equally hideous.
Since the last thread was deleted due to /pol/ shitposters, let's try this again.
How do you draw everyday? Obviously, it's not as simple as "Just do it" or "Stop being lazy." How do you block out all the panic attacks and such that come with drawing? How do you not lose your temper when nothing comes out the way you want? What's some good advice other than "practice until you don't suck anymore"?
>>2766732 Set aside time each day to draw, maybe an hour or two. In that time don't just stare at a blank piece of paper, but rather make some clear goals that are within your skill level. An easy way to start for example might be to get some anatomy books, and then copy out a few plates and read some pages. Do this each day and after a while you will have a decent understanding of anatomy. Then move onto figure drawing, you can use photos and a timer to do "poses" of different lengths. Or do a self portrait in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2766739 Thanks. I like the advice, but here's my problem: I've tried setting aside time specifically to draw countless times. I've ever tried periods as short as 5 minutes. Every time, I get so overwhelmed that I break down. I don't know what to do anymore. I tried medications, but that only made it worse.
>>2766744 What overwhelms you? Are you an absolute beginner? Maybe try something like Keys to Drawing or Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain then. They will hand hold you at the very beginning stages.
>>2767565 Anon could start with a limited palette like the velazquez. Good range, makes you think in values and you have to contrast hues to get the illusion that it's more colorful than it is. But then I think in watercolor and have no idea how acrylic mixes so using only burnt sienna and ultramarine blue may not have the same value range.
Not sure if this stuff is more /gd/ or what, but here it goes. Some schools require a work of about 20 or thirty works to prove that you have the talent for the creative/media/art/graphic design industry.
Here are 10 works of mine from my portfolio. I got accepted, but received no comments about it.
I wonder if you could get some comments here. What is good about? What style do I have?
Some parts of this are german, I live in Austria and made this in the art room of the psyche ward (will go out this year and then go to this school I was talking about)
I am also confused about the size. Is this a small tablet or medium? Am I missing something? What would you recommend in this price range? I don't really have much more to spend on it. Is Wacom the way to go or am I making a mistake?
I've also seen Intuos Draw small for arond 60-70 and Intuos Pen and Touch small for $60.
I'm a /b/tard, so please excuse any lack of etiquette. I rarely leave the comforting squallor of my pig sty. But I've something to discuss here that I obviously can't discuss there without weird shit being spammed in the thread.
I've recently been *EXTREMELY* upset at the Last Tango In Paris controversy.
Bertolucci has come out to defend himself against recent media articles, and I am of the *STRONGEST* opinion that, if at the end of the day it is considered true art (timeless art/expression) & it was consentual (as in 'no... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I don't doubt that such sacrifice, abuse, etc. can test a person to their limits (and the audience)...
But to fucking NEGATE the art once its been made, to NEGATE the people involved in the vision ... it makes me hate the human race, to be perfectly frank. Are we going to go back to burning books again? Huh? Is that where we go to now?
>Hey, guess what? Michael Jackson probably did a bit of pedo shit (not proven, not convicted) on the side. Guess we should never listen to his music again? >John Wayne Gacy was a painter in prison; guess we burn his paintings? (oh wait, they did by and large...shit) >etc.
Many of the people weighing in on this controversy are not only shitlords, their body of work is mediocre at BEST. AT *BEST*!
>Chris Evans Name 1 all-time classic film he has acted in. Oh, that's right, he doesn't & will never have one, because he is not good enough to belong to that class of people. Literal trash. I'm sure he'll get his millions in Capeshit movies for the next decade, though. >Anna Kendrick Name 1 all-time...wait, gonna stop there. You already know! She has never, and will never, belong to that class of people. You won't even remember her name in 10 years, because she won't be acting in anything worth a god damn sheeeeeeeee-it. >Jessica Chastain Was apparently raped twice by Illuminati Hollywood Producer Man. Twice. Didn't go to court, though. I mean, ain't nobody got time for that! Trial by media FTW, amirite? Anyway, same as above applies, not a great actress but perhaps with some dedication & humility may allow herself to be a part of a project worth somewhat of a damn. And WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW, that's drawing a long bow. Nothing she has done is memorable, she is not memorable (yet); completely forgetable.
So, what have we learned today? One, /b/tards should never be allowed on other boards. Two, try as you might to change history or malign people with an agenda, you can't negate art or ideas.
I'm trying to think of an artist /ic/, I think he was Italian, was popular in the 60s usually painted women and they were up close of usually they're underwear or of their stomach area. Anyone know? Google is failing me.
I've had a Wacom Bamboo Fun like pic related for a good number of years and it's done the job well.
I'm considering upgrading to an Intuos Pro but would I feel a noticeable difference? I don't really have any frame of reference. I know it's 512 levels of pressure sensitivity vs 2048 on the Intuos Pro, but I don't know what the difference would be like in practice.
Anyone have experience of both?
By the way, I'm not interested in a Huion tablet. If you're that wee shit that spouts 'Jewcom' in every tablet thread then don't bother posting.
I still go back to my old 2007 bamboo fun sometimes i love that thing. I upgraded to an intuos large and the extra tablet area lets me be a lot more precise but i dont really notice or care about the extra pressure levels
>>2766343 Intuos Pro is pretty good. Industry standard right before Cintiq's came out. It's good if youve been drawing digitally for a while and not a beginner. Otherwise, if its your first ever tablet dont waste your time, just grind like the other anons here have said.
If you're new to digital in general i'd start with a cheaper model, and once youve gotten a hang of things and gotten your bearings and can do stuff comfortably digitally, then by all means invest in this. It'll last a long time.
>artist draws the most despicable picture he can manage in order to provoke hate towards an entire country >decades later, a man on the internet seeks out a source, mistaking it for marginally obscure pornography What a time to be alive.
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As far as digital posable dolls go it's competent if a little finnicky, but it's perfectly sufficient for quick reference. If you have a tendency to directly copy refs your drawings will look bad though.
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