I just noticed that the top border of my Cintiq 13HD gives me a weird vibrating sensation when I touch it with my fingers, and they feel a bit numb afterwards as if I'm getting a small electric shock. I have noticed this on parts on my stationary computer and on other devices aswell. It disappears when I disconnect it, but not when I just turn it off. I did a quick google and it seems to be something to do with insufficent grounding. I don't know anything about electricity though. One comment on a forum said it could potentially be lethal? Wtf. Should I be worried?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It's called pixel art OP. Just do what I do and draw the image, downsize, trace over with the pixel tool, then color and shade. As for the style, I suggest just looking up a bunch of this art and studying the constructions of the body. You really should've just used google instead of making a thread about it.
Does anyone know if there is a place you can email or send an idea to, and get a painting of it in return? ie- a cat on a skateboard, with a flamethrower, wearing a bandan that says "El gato del diablo" and a ted nugent concert shirt. Then get a cost and an order date
>>2317525 how the fuck am I supposed to troubleshoot your fucking spray gun over the godamn internet with your vague as fuck description of the problem? my only reasonable course of action is to assume you are a completely retarded fuck up and give you the best, most diplomatic solution I can come up with because short of gunking up your piece of shit gun with lazy idiot maintenance routine your dumb ass probably somehow accidnetally shoved the needle up your ass and lost it
First you should post this in the draw thread or beginner thread. Fire can be tricky to draw, but i've found that creating a darker red base and then another layer over that using low opacity strokes of brighter and brighter color works best...Also alternate with a low strength eraser to clean the edges of the flame licks to create the shape you want. Lightly erase away some areas since fire is semi transparent while also having varying "thickness" to the brighter light emitting areas. I'm probably not the best but this is what i mean.
^ Fire curls and twists as it rises. Fire should have a central column of height with lesser ones around it. Yours has too many nearly even height flames, and they are just simple peaks. Add in bits of flame that have separated (not many) from the main body of it near the top as you'd see in real flame. Also add in a few bits of cinders above the fire and you could even add a bit of smoke too. Smoke is really easy...just pick a dark gray color and do low opacity blots overlapping each other upward in a column above the fire...lightly blend them a bit and then shape it up... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
They're a really nice introductory resource to digital art, I find. The videos often lack depth but has really good breadth, and he's generally pretty succinct and says what needs to be said in 5-10 minutes. Generally his advice is pretty reasonable too.
>>2317453 Good. He is the only resource I've found that actually tells you how to use photoshop properly. I bought his first package and in one of the series he goes through how he made a digital painting from start to finish, It is nice to see the process.
Hi /ic/. I am drawing an artwork for an art competition. The thing can't be drawn traditionally. I used a Faber Castell 24 colour pencil set to colour the thing. Now my artwork has very limited colours and the colour scheme kind of sucks like pic related. How cna I fix it?
OK, there are many ways to approach this thing, all depends on the aesthetic you want to be presented. First, Keep doing color studies, just see what overlaying colors will do, and also think about the pressure you use to get a different colors. The dragon comes off as very very flat. So, try finding the form of the dragon. (pro tip: don't use pure black or grey for your shadows)
>>2317353 I'd love to work for Kojima but I'm not even close to good enough. I do have a question though - why do these job discussion threads keep getting deleted? It's one of the few really informative and productive topics that comes up, I never see any arguing, but they keep getting deleted and I don't understand why. I really hope this one lasts.
>>2317368 I feel like the last two I've seen have been pruned, but maybe they just didn't bump fast enough and I wasn't paying attention. That would be great though, there are some people here I think are good candidates. I've been trying to bring some of Shinkawa's looseness and use of heavy shadow into my work lately. While I've actually been pleasantly surprised with some of the results, it's still too new for me. Whoever he works with will probably need to be someone who's already... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2317344 Well anon. It's impossible for us to tell without a context as we don't know what they are trying to do but if I had to make a guess based on just that picture I think my edit might help you understand.
I'm just watching Marshall vandruff's perspective drawing series and he's talking about drawing an circle in perspective, in which u don't simply connect the four axis points on the sides of a circle but apparently have to find the axis of the ellipses through vanishing point lines??? I don't understand it at all.
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