>>2245412 the 5 has better buttons and no bullshit shiny plastic that gets smudgy/sticky without wiping it after every use, still good tho if you don't plan to use the buttons and glossy plastic isn't a pet peeve of yours, i'd say go with whichever is cheaper that you can get your hands on
I'm curious what /ic/ thinks of KNKL (Kienan Lafferty sp?)
I see people shit on Jazza all the time, but nobody ever mentions him. He's kind of a Jazza type but his style is a lot more appealing imo and he seems like a really great and positive guy. Not the best artist ever but he works for Riot and has a positive attitude.
Many of you pessimistically say artists with positive attitudes act that way because they rely on people paying for their online school, but Keinan has no such thing, and does all of his video tutorials for free.
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He's a little too hyper for my tastes but if you are unfamiliar with photoshop or need help working on your process, he can be a helpful guide. You won't learn much beyond beginners draughtsmanship if that's what your goal is when watching his videos and there are better alternatives (Proko, etc. I want to point out that i mean you wont LEARN much, I'm not implying that he is an incompetent artist). I find that his videos aren't very enjoyable to listen to while drawing (assuming you cant see the video and your canvas at the same time). The main thing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey guys, can I have some tips? My Intous 5 stopped working a while ago, and I was thinking about replacing it with a Cintiq, Now, is the 22HD version worth it compared to the 13HD version? It's obviously better regarding everything but I'm afraid it will be painful to move around and it costs twice as much as the 13" one. Then there's the chinese alternative, the Huion GT-185HD, almost as big as the 22HD and seems too good to pass up, but well, it's chinese. I'm not making any money drawing, and I don't want to in the first place,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2245048 >>2245050 OP: I have drawn by Burne Hogarth books for several years and I'm taking a course that uses some exercises from this book. The course has been interesting but hasn't really given much for me.
So recently I've been having quite some stress and now I'm seeing double. This feels like each of my eyes is sending seperate information to my brain and my brain just renders two seperate images for me. When I'm drawing from life it gets really exhausting and when I'm drawing from imagination my brain shuts down after 20 minutes and I'm getting confused. Is this normal effects of aging?
What videos/audiobooks/podcasts do you guys listen to while drawing? I'm really enjoying listening to Jeff Watts videos on youtube, damn, so much knowledge this guys have. The latest video with his father is just amazing, those guys talking and how they respect each other, fantastic.
I also enjoy listening to this guy or Bob Ross painting while I want to think while drawing, as I don't really pay attention to what he says, I just enjoy his voices(no homo lol) and the sound of painting.
>>2243886 >this shit is torture. what the fuck is wrong with you.
Yeah, wtf was that?! How can you concentrate with this noise? lol
Anyway I wasn't talking about music as that is pretty straightforward and almost everybody enjoy listening to specific styles while working. The idea is to discover new things to listen apart from music. hehe
>>2243627 Maybe he's a religious dog and after seeing some shit, he decided to seek out an organization that would show him there's good in the world, maybe even let him redeem himself through charity, community service and weird rituals.
>>2243496 Making money and building a future with art as a career has much more to do with making things people enjoy seeing, marketing and business sense than it has to do with achieving the skill level that only a naturally gifted person could achieve.
There are lots of very mediocre webcomic- and fanartists who are far worse than the artist you posted, yet they make 10 times more money than he does.
oh god burn it with fire. Not a tattooist but I do respect those who are. I'm not a fan of them myself, though I do like what some people can create. The steps? Draw. being able to draw 1 for 1 is most important, especially if you want to tattoo photo-realism and such. Go to college, get in the business and get good is really all I can say.
>>2243511 don't go to college, you need to use your money on an apprenticeship, and thats really just a way to stay in the shop without being thrown out. Just keep drawing every single day and don't be a flakey asshole
I was an apprentice for about a year and I sucked at it. Yeah my art was up to par but my social skills were too shitty. You have to be confident and be able to sell yourself. Tattooing has a lot to do with reputation and popularity, at least when you are first starting. I knew a lot of skilled artists because they were either assholes or didn't know how to market themselves.
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