3 months for a sketchbook ain't bad. Don't beat yourself up for that. Pat your stupid ass on the back, and then challenge yourself to fill one up in 2 months. Finished? Keep up that pace until it feels easy, then challenge yourself to do one in a month.
Small steps lead to big changes because they're easier to maintain. Negativity breeds contempt, so be proud you filled 4 more sketchbooks then the average d/ick/head.
>>2317252 I hope it's not his actual workflow and was done just for the photo. It wouldn't be the first time an artist poses next to their art with a fake workflow because it makes a nice photo for a newspaper.
>itt we post the worst thing that has happened or that we have done as artist or whatever
>be me >last week >working shitty weekend job for cheap money >lunch break >sitting there drawing as usual >guy occasionally comes by and watches me draw that I liked >I´m using a makeshift printer paper sketchbook
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>>2317152 >when I was younger I did fan art once or twice >I've drawn myself naked and posted it online before >I painted my ex nude and posted it online once >I've been treated poorly while plein air painting >in high school I would autistically draw loomis and anatomy on the edges of my notes or practice hatching >I have done way... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So for the Santa program at work, I ended up with the card for a 14 year old guy. He asked for drawing supplies, with no other info supplied. So far, I've been thinking about: Moleskin Sketchbook Strathmore 400 sketch pad and a pack of Sakura pens. I'm assuming they're a low income family since they're in the program, so I'm trying to balance between "nice" stuff for him, and buying him more items of a slightly lower quality. So what would you guys want for Xmas if you were a broke 14 year old dude?
>>2317073 That sounds pretty good already to be honest. If you are already getting him some pens maybe try getting a decent brushpen too as it will open up a lot of new possibilities for him and would likely be something he hasn't tried before.
If you want to spend more you can also get him an instructional book too. Maybe one of Loomis' books or something. Or How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way might be better for a 14 year old while still being of actual use (many drawing books aimed at kids are garbage). I'm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
That was pretty good anon, i really liked the victim part you pretty much nail em, the interrogator could have used more aggression and the other mobster was okay, maybe you could have added him a bit more dummed down tone.
Defenetly would recommend watching one of the ricepirate voice acting tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flr9Lua2ka0
also whenever your talking to the mic try talking THRU it not to it. It will add more of a character that way.
Btw do you have any links to your works or maybe a website. I tried acting myself but im really shit... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I always really struggle with rendering, especially smooth skin. I was told not to blend because it ruins the tooth of the paper, however i find it really hard to do continuous shading while minding the surface planes without being able to see lines. Do you have any rendering tips?
It seems to me that starting "late" is much less of a problem in art than in other fields like music, sport, or dance.
People will tell (and evidence favours their view) that to be a proffesional violin player or ballerina you must have begun your developement in the field at least before the age of 8. This to me does not seem to be true for drawing, painting, or sculpting.
I want to get into digital painting, but there are some things I want to understand more regarding software;
I often see people saying they prefer to paint in Manga Studio, but use Photoshop for things like 'colour correction'. Does colour correction mean they're fixing mistakes they made? Or is it not possible to get the colours you need in Manga Studio? Is colour correction only possible if you have a monitor with 100% colour accuracy?
Ultimately, I'd like to create digital paintings similar to Jason Seiler, and Tsaoshin. Does their kind of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2316796 photoshop has everything you need to do paintings. But it's primarily a photo-manipulation program. So basically if you need more contrast. want to shift your drawing to add more blues, less reds, change gamma and what have you... that's were it has a lot more options then other drawing programs.
>>2316796 Just a guess as I have only tried coral painter and photoshop but I think the key point is that photoshop is just unintuitive for most artist. They want to do everything with their brush and usually don't go much further than experimenting a bit with some layers. If you know how to use photoshop properly as a tool then it's great for digital art but most artist approach it on the level of trying to build a house with only a hammer.
>>2316688 That's Suehiro Maruo's very own style. In order to draw like him, you gotta leave your textbooks aside and focus on what makes his art so unique by observing, then try to apply it to your own drawings. Loomis or Vilppu can only give you the soil to work with, whatever comes out of it depends completely on you and cannot be taught by anyone but yourself.
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