Let's study the most neglected part of the body. Feet. Please use this thread to contribute your drawings/studies/tutorials related to the feet. Remember that the feet can be very expressive, so don't ignore them. I know they can be hard, but just give it your best shot.
>>2323202 Virtually every artist currently working in the entertainment industry uses tumblr these days. Just ask for inspirational artists in general and if they aren't dead, they will have a tumblr, with very few exceptions.
>>2323207 Fuck off >>2323217 I asked for recs, not faggotry. Ever since whatever site died I didn't save any of their names, plus, they were chinese. I don't even know if they use tumblr in the first place.The only website I know of that's of any use is artstation but there's tons of weeb artists. I know ic is pretty dead but some of you must know some good stuff.
I'm 19 but I feel like I draw like a 14-year-old. Here is a drawing I did of APH Switzerland (>inb4 Hetalia is for teens/nobody watches Hetalia anymore). I feel like his arms look unnatural. How can I improve my drawing?
Hello one and all. My wife use to really enjoy using charcoal. But motherhood got in the way so she never really had time. But now the kids are older I'm trying to get her back into a hobby she once enjoyed. I myself haven't a clue to what it entails and I'm looking for info on how I can make a "starter pack" to give to her in the hope she will pick up her hobby again. So my question is what would do I need to start her off. An easel, charcoal etc. Any help would be great Anons. Thank you in advance.
>>2322868 hello, good that you're looking out for your wife. i don't use charcoal that much, so there are probably some advanced tools i'm not aware of but here is what I understand that you need:
1. vine/willow charcoals (the long, thin ones in your picture) 2. compressed charcoal sticks (the darkest, rectangular charcoal) 3. a kneaded eraser (a kind of eraser that is squishy and malleable... you can tear it apart, squish it, etc) 4. a standard white eraser 5. some paper, i suppose.
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I saw some stupid cunt about a month back get DESTROYED because he asked about a mentor, I only really lurk here because a lot of you guys' stuff is pretty tight so i wanted to ask, are mentors a taboo or is it just how that dude asked?
>are mentors a taboo or is it just how that dude asked? No idea what the guy asked. But here's why mentorships cause people bitterness.
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>>2322856 Okay see that would irritate me too but my question sorta was, dude just asked if someone from here would mentor him, and everyone flipped a shit. I was kinda curious too, but uh, that thread definitely scared me off from asking.
Hi everyone~ My best childhood friend is currently studying in a province away from me. I can't see her that often, but I really miss her and want to show my support from afar! She is an animation student and is participating in an online Webtoon competition: http://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/change-hero/list?title_no=13899#_=_ Please take a minute to read her comic and vote! I am so proud of her and want her to keep working hard towards her dream since her family wanted her to be a doctor. Any notes or feedback you have please write here and I will pass it on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What skill level do you guys believe is needed for getting Magic or Dnd work? Obviously there are some decent artists working for wizards, but there are many questionable ones as well. Do you believe sending mails to their artdrop with a good portfolio is the way to go, or is chasing an AD's ass more important / would you say connections matter much? What is /ic's opinion on WoTC paid work?
>>2322656 You need to be pretty good. There's a reason it's considered a benchmark/goal for fantasy artists.
That said, there does seem to be a shift in the last few years towards a homogenous photographic look to their art, and it seems that now that aesthetic is more important than genuine artistry and style.
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>>2322679 Most artists have realized that next to nobody will ever look at the art zoomed in like this, so they half ass anything that can't be seen in real life. Apparently as long as the thumbnail is ok Wizards will not care anymore. Or maybe they never did and I'm just noticing this now.
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