That's right - if you are right handed, draw your left hand and vice versa. Your left hand is always with you lying around there useless so draw it. You can also repeat the process for few days and post progression. This is the first one I did - not so good, but I know it's going to improve gradually.
This does improve both your still life perception and your hand drawing skills also!
>>2281696 The fist seems little small, maybe you have small hands or your could train your eye to catch measures and distances better. Try to really focus when you draw from still life, like shut everything out and just stare your hand and the paper back and forth. Maybe do these studies twice a day for couple weeks and see if you improve! This is one of the easiest exercises to do.
Guys can i have someone make this into a more realistic map, the light blue is an ice region, tan is desert dark green is forest light green is just land, gold white are just accidentally not green, and the black island off to the side needs to be black, thanks for any help!
got a tattoo from a black guy unfimiliar with sci fi, it is a dot work UFO and he did it upside down
Im not actualy mad about it, its pretty funny but that wont last so i need ideas to fix it and i thought this would be the place for artistic ideas that keep with the theme and have limited constraints
my idea is to just tattoo a cow about it(right way up) with a question mark above its head
Looking for some input before i flesh this out. Illustrations coupled with text mimicking The Inferno. Dante - David Alighieri Virgil - Andrew Loomis Three Beasts - TomPreston, SakimiChan & Bleedman Here is how I have the Circles mapped out:
>>2280947 anatomy is pretty decent, you have some nice details but lack some major ones which shows you don't have some anatomical knowledge that could help your piece. The foreground and background have nice colours but the very bottom of the canvas is looking a little flat/dull. By the look of your canvas, you are working pretty small which is limiting you, but over all pretty nice :)
This guy with absolutely no painting skill replicated it with the instruments Vermeer could get his hands on, on top of that Vermeer doesn't do under paintings or sketches beforehand, he just laid the paint on, on top of even that all the lens issues that Vermeer would have painted are there in his paintings, but Tim caught on to it.
Do you think this blurs the line between artist and inventor/whatever?
There's also a documentary on it which I highly recommend.
>>2280809 I got pretty annoyed at some some of the stuff Hockney and Penn were saying since it was obvious they didn't really know what they were talking about and doing a lot of speculation and presenting it as fact.
It's an interesting idea though, but if Vermeer did use it then I don't think much changes. It's not like he was just a mechanical machine, there is a lot of artistry in his work still and I think the side-by-side comparison makes that painfully obvious in terms of the massive gap of skill.
So recently I made a slow but sure transitions from Stickmen to Humans. And since the people here seem pretty good at art(and yet humungous dicks), I thought I'd ask you all 3 questions. 1) Which of these 4 styles do you prefer? 2) How could I improve on this? 3) Why the fuck are hands so hard to draw? (inb4 "fag" "kill urself" "this is shit" comments)
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