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>August 25, 1989 – present

Let that sink in.
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why does he like an hedgehog
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>>2549970
Poor dude's been drawing the same thing over and over longer than most of /ic/ has been alive
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>>2549996
He loves it, I don't see the manga ending in the next 5 years either.

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I've been wondering, does anybody else keep an artist diary where they write to themselves on what they did right/wrong for the day and what you'll do to correct it the next day or do I just have severe mental disorder?
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>>2565800
Nah, sounds fine to me.
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>>2565800
I talk to myself constantly about what I'm doing wrong while I draw. Who's the crazy one senpai
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Sounds like a good idea, but what do I know, I'm really just a side of your schizophrenia, writing back to yourself

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so i had a question, i am making a comic, but i decided the art isnt looking very good, should i try hard to meet my self imposed deadline or should i take a break and learn a bit more (its mainly anatomy not looking the way i want it to and other things.) in either case im still drawing with all of my free time regardless . but which path should i do?
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Post an example
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If this is your first comic, finish it under the deadline. Learning to keep deadlines and timing your workload are far more important skills for you at this stage. Think of it as a learning experience or a stepping stone for future projects, and no doubt your skill will improve over time as well so don't worry if the anatomy is off right now.
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>>2560616
Get the comic done. Your first comic will be shit anyways, but going through the motions is important. You can always go back and fix things or redo them if they are bad, but at least this way you will have a finished product. Delaying making it until you are better will just put things on indefinite hold.

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What age are you now, and how good are you at drawing vs when you started drawing?

Do you think you have what it takes?
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>>2556057
Seeing as I'm already jealous of this person I've never seen before, I probably have what it takes.
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I'm 19 and have been drawing for 2 years i see no improvement. I know it's because I don't draw as much as i should. I can't find the motivation to keep drawing.
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>>2556057
>17
damn, they're not even old enough to post on 4chan

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Hey /ic/, I need your advice on this.

I am doing a few illustrations for a online comic that will also be printed in a small number. For style of the art we chose collages/photobashed images.
I basically photoshop a collage out of various photos I find online. I build scenes with it. Then I draw over photos to give it a somewhat painted look. So if I go and "steal" an image of a house, it ends up stretched, drawn over and in a different context.

Its not like I only make minor changes. I modify it strongly. That should be ok right?
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>>2567520
holy fcking shit, that is ugly.
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my advice is: dont make photobashings and collages
learn how to draw
end this madness
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>>2567520
this is why i got into art. I always wanted to rip images off of google search and pull them together like a kindergartner.

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How do you guys find the discipline and determination to finish a practice piece?

I've heard two schools of thought on this, some people say if you're not enjoying a drawing you should abandon it, others say you should power through.

I find it hard to keep going with something the moment I see a (big) mistake and almost all of my work is unfinished because of it.
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Make everything with the intention of widely sharing it on social media.

The idea of sharing an incomplete piece of shit is often enough to power through to something somewhat acceptable. Plus you're posting online, which is always a good thing.
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If its your personal work:
> if you're not enjoying a drawing you should abandon it

If its commision or any other payed work
>you should power through
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>>2567234

That means you use outer motivation (in your case social media) instead inner (selfmotivation) which basicaly means you are pushing your work for the sake of others.

Enjoy your quiting art moment when it comes.

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Tips for fighting computer eye strain?
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Draw on paper.
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wear sunglasses
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wear blueblockers

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How does /ic/ organize their art folders?

I have just under 20 thousand pictures saved on to my computer by various artists, and am completely overwhelmed at the idea of sorting them.

I would like to organize them into some kind of reference library, sorted by what it is I want the image for. That alone is daunting enough, but of course many of the images have multiple things i saved them for, ie, line work, general anatomy, maybe just the way an eye or hand was drawn.

How do you guys keep accumulated images sorted?
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Stop being a little shit and just organize them in folders. I have one folder named "art shit" then in there I have 5 different folders. "Works in progress" "Scraps" "Completed Works" "References" "More Random Art Shit". It's not fucking hard.

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Last thread: >>2551173

This thread is meant for artists who might want to try to make anime works in-between their studies. It is strongly recommended that you use this thread in conjunction with learning the elements and fundamentals of art. You can also discuss the visual elements of various professional artists as well if you keep it relatively articulate and civil.

Submit your drawings, receive feedback or critique others! Share your knowledge and remember to thank those who've critiqued or red-lined your drawings. Most...
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I drew a little girl too!
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>>2559253
>inb4 "muh grills aint LITTLE!! REEEEEEEEEEEEE"
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Did I do this right?

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Because we should not have to make new threads or post in draw threads with our fundamental exercises.
Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, do not give up, make your mom proud.

AVOID asking unrelated questions, there is a question thread for that.

Visit the usual "Artbook Thread" to find your desired books. (Or look in the new sticky)

Do not forget to PLEASE RESIZE and crop your images before uploading them. 1kpx is fine.

→ →
There's a new sticky in town! You can see it at:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VfDTpLLVl5bWUGWguswKpPFml533luI8-NBd1EGYHnA/edit



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WE
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First time sculpting and I need your help /ic/. I've been trying to figure out the height of this character based on the gun which should be around 78cm long, and I think she should be around 150~155cm accounting for the slightly over head perspective, her leaning forward, and the gun at an angle. What do you guys think?
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Here's what I have and I think the body looks a bit small
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I've cut the body apart and I'm gonna make it bigger. Anyway does the cross section look alright?
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>>2564139
I'm not a pro but...Shouldn't you be making a body like a BJD? Or at least making a model first?

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need some artistic references for faces like the one shown her, or faces of distress. thanks
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>>2567039
when the memes are extra supreme
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>>2567042
that has nothing to do with what im mentioning.
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>>2567042
>>2567056
Made me kek sorry

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is cgp*** down?

also, inspiration thread
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>>2567017
>talking about secret club CG Peers
off with his head
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>>2567020
erryun should kno it dun be greedy

So I have two monitors, and the bigger one sits off to the side and that's the one I draw on. I'm rearranging my desk around so that I don't have the tablet sitting on my lap while I draw and that my larger drawing monitor is centered in front of me.
My dumb question is what do I put on the other monitor while I draw? If I'm not going to use it what's the purpose of having two monitors? The best thing I can come up with is having one of those slideshows of poses on it for doing gestures.
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>>2566423
References, inspiration, netflix.
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>>2566433
>netflix
That seems like that'd be distracting?
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>>2566423
use it for easy acces to somethingg you are listening too, i really like to listen to sleepycast, but you may aswell listen to music or anything that comes to mind that either inspires you or eases your mind. as i said the second monitor can be used for easy acces without anyoingg minimizing.

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Does anyone know how I can achieve this type of wave effect in photoshop? I'm looking for filter tutorials in general.
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>>2566304
There are two things to look:
- Imagemagick
- G'mic
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>>2566315

do you have any idea what this kind of rendering is called? I only got the OP ART as a name on gmic.
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>>2566379
In fact there are similar effects to emulate an "etching" style, in particular to get things like the glorious Doré illustrations.

If you want to do the exact same effect with a filter*, it might require a lot of work, but I found things that are fairly close in Gmic's doc yesterday.

*I'm pretty sure this was done by hand. You could achieve something in this style by hand in vectorial, by placing your waves carefully, and then moving the thickness points by hand.

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Anyone here used any Huion display tablets? I was thinking of getting the GT-190S, but I can't really decide. I've never had a display tablet, and I've seen a few bad reviews for the 190S, but more good ones. I know it won't be as good as a Cintiq, but it's cheap as fuck by comparison.
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>>2557219
Oh yeah, and the Yiynova MSP19U+ is another one I was considering.
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>>2557219
For the price range, would it be better to try and start with something like this, or something like an intuos 5- if you're already very used to drawing in traditional?
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>>2560343
I don't really think screenless tablets are worth it. The disconnection between your hands and the drawing is way too much. ESPECIALLY if you have a small one so you're stuck either drawing in a tiny as fuck box, or you have it scale so it moves more on the screen than you move your pen.

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Rate my tie-dyes

Post your tie-dye

Rate each others tie-dye
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Hello. I drew this. Do you draw things like this?
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>>2565439
Yes
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>>2565439

No, but you do what you like to do senpai. Don't let critics get you all jagged.
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What is it?

I legitimately do not know where to start without overwhelming myself or taking on something that an amateur like me can't even replicate

artist Rhads
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go outside
you LOSER
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>>2566206
Make studies of photographs. Start with value studies if color makes you uncomfatble
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get a fetish that involves epic landscapes one way or another

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What do you guys think?
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I think you need to be 18 years of age or older to post on this board, bud

>>>/out/
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>>2560186
It looks like shit. Read the sticky or get >>>/out/
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>>2560191
>Constructive Criticism

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Any idea to finish the background?
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>>2564633
the skulls look like you're only just getting started on them. the vertebrae are completely inaccurate, and the lack of teeth (or even grooves in the mandible/maxilla where teeth once grew) makes them look unfinished too. the relationship between the skulls and the jaws is uncertain, and the cheeks/zygomatic is off as well

and for the rest of the image to look finished, you need to paint the rest of the figures, or at least fade them out rather than having them end abruptly and unresolved.
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>>2564715

Thanks for yours comments! you can suggest me any colors or style to paint the background? :)
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What.

Thumbnail looked like booty.

just finished looking through Vade Zapora's CA sketchbook.
>http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php/67096-Mr-Delicious-loves-art-(Full-on-Body-Contact)

what studies/exercises gave you results, and what did you do that wasted your time?
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>>2564121
Stop posting retarded threads like this.

No one is going to give you an exact battle plan on how to improve. If you actually looked through his sketchbook then you'd know what he did to improve. The idea that someone could give you a way to study only things that "don't waste time" is retarded, what you study and hope to accomplish is totally based on what sort of art you want to do.

Ultimately the overall idea is very simple. In the beginning when you don't know shit you go...
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>>2564121

Master studies. Copying my favorite artists and studying their work and how and why it works. Not a single thing have taught me more
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>>2564152

I'll be a little more specific. Copying rough drawings of comic book artists have taught me a lot about figure construction.

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I made this, what do you think?
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please stop taking up the front page with bait that isn't even funny
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>>2566421
This is an interesting kungfu master.
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>>2566421

Hide, Hide, Hide and Sage.

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Some of my work. Been slowing down on drawing 'cause of work and what not. Tell me if I should flat out stop or keep pushing.

Thanks
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>>2566409
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>>2566415

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Is this art?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uU4-UHkRFOs

The "artist" keep telling everyone in the comments it's called rotoscopy and that it require talent.

Is this how all portrait are done?
If yes, its sad as fuck
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>>2565831
Couldn't even trace a fucking straight line
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>>2565869
drawing with a mouse

anyway i cant see how this is rotoscopy
rotoscopy is used by drawing/painting directly over the photo while simplifiying the shapes for animation, so it could be translated into movement easily, and the major point is, its actually used and usable for animation.

this is just copying a photo
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>>2565831
Mfw his values are still better than mine

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http://www.mangahere.co/manga/futatabi/c001/
>Kentaro Miura, the creator of berserk made this when he was ten years old
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>>2565494
I read a couple pages then skimmed a few pages later in the chapter. Immediately I called bullshit on a 10yo doing that so I looked it up and while he did make a comic for his elementary school class at age ten, the comic you linked was done in 1985, when he was 19. The comic he made at 10 has never been released publicly.
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>>2565500
oh my mistake, there seems to be a lot of misinformation about the comic but I totally should of did some research before spreading it. a 19 year old making a average comic like this makes me want to kill myself less, but its still impressive
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>>2565512
It's still impressive, but bear in mind he had nearly a decade of comic making by then. Hell, the comic he made at 10 apparently he did 40 volumes of. He started using inks and professional techniques in middle school. So he had a ton of drawing experience and mileage by the time he was 19.

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what levels of autism must one obtain to draw pic related at least twice a day
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>>2565265

The trick of showing a detailed background in the first panel is well known: notice how in the other panels they're floating in some white space, no more chairs and tables, no floor, stairs and columns all dissapeared. This is an elegant solution but don't abuse it.

For the main panel, my bet would be on Google SketchUp for the stairs and chairs, would also save time.

Even then, it's probably taking quite some time, I think most comic book artist are supremely patient to draw the same dudes again and again for hundred of pages.
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>>2565265
by sacrificing your entire being into a high risk road that has taken numerous lives, low income and no guarantee of happiness.
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Pretty sure assistants help a lot with most manga.

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FUCK.

>be me
>have Photoshop CC
>want to get a pic related-like color wheel because PS's shitty square is shitty and I really like painters wheel/triangle thingy
>free ones don't work on CC, the ones that do are, in fact, not free

I'm going full jew here and not going to pay for a goddamn color wheel plugin. I'd prefer to learn how to code and make one myself, then again that's literally inventing the wheel *badum...
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Coolorus is worth the money, but if you want to be a jew CGPeers has it.
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>>2565240
why don't you like ps sqare? is pretty much the same shit.
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>>2565306
I know, it sounds silly, but I find the triangle part of it all much more useful. Yes, one less corner is useful for me, but it's because of many my habits on picking colors and values. I-IT'S COMPLICATED OKAY?

>>2565301
Thanks man!

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/video thread/
can we get a video thread going?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3p-2M3sU30
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just made one myself today. feedback appreciated. realize now i need to record in landscape and get an armstand. and im not comfortable talking to nobody but a camera yet

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>>2562660
>>2562984
>>2564421
>>2564423

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjJb6DMlJ1Y

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What does /ic/ thinks about the Hockney-Falco thesis, and the documentary Tim's Vermeer ? The ones who pretend that classical paintings are sooo damn realistic, that they were probably made with a camera obscura and other optic devices...
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>>2561217

I don't have time to detail all this right now, but the documentary made a pretty good case, from a scientific POV.

In particular, Tim predicted based on his experience that some lens distortion should happen at some places in the picture.

The other argument is the rate of decay of light, which cannot be observed by the human eye with the accuracy of Vermeer's paintings.
They did happen in Vermeer's picture.

Many paintings at the time did have some photorealistic backgrounds,...
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no rules only tools
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>>2561267
>The other argument is the rate of decay of light, which cannot be observed by the human eye with the accuracy of Vermeer's paintings.
>They did happen in Vermeer's picture.
That whole part was bullshit. You can observe the falloff of light. If you paint it a singular tone it will be obvious that it should be getting darker and it will look off. Knowing even basics of light theory will allow you more easily observe subtle value shifts too.


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