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Textiles is an art right? Anyone here do anything they'd like to share?
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I'd also like to note that the OP image is not mine. My cam is broken and cannot take pictures of my crochet work.
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/cgl/ is probably a better place to go for this. Damn I wish I was better at crocheting though
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>>2756874
>/cgl/
Oh, thanks anon.

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Previous Thread >>2745191
Post your current drawing here and be an asshole to others!
Please make sure your posted image is clear, DOWNSIZED TO AROUND 1000 PIXELS WIDE, ROTATED TO THE CORRECT ORIENTATION, and that any unused space is cropped.
If you want critique on a drawing from the previous thread, you can delete it there and repost in this one and then kill yourself.
>dA /ic/ group :
>http://4chan-ic.deviantart.com
>/ic/ Resources/Reference/Downloads/Links:

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Hey thats a nice study who did it.
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3 hours from live model.
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>>2751869
Fixed

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>>2736811
I really like the landscape you did at the end.
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>>2736811
Fug this made me so dissappointed in my own progress. Good job anon.

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What are some good art sharing sites? DeviantArt is oversaturated and tumblr is a complete cluster fuck, so i don't use those.
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>>2755475
It depends. If you suck, stay in deviantart.
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>>2755712
im mediocre
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Tumblr is best for getting recognized thanks to the tags system, it sucks as an archive but it is what it is

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For a completely original drawing, my process is:
1. Make a simplistic 3d base mesh containing the largest forms of the subject (without modeling in small details), the most important aspect is just to get the scale of my character's general bodily proportions right.
2. Rig my base mesh with a simplistic rigging script and pose the model for the composition.
3. Light my model using the 3d program's lighting tools to have a general idea of what the values will be on my subject.
4. Paint on-top of the model just to block out the form of my subject using the...
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Krenz Cushart

Pretty much is the best way. Look at his tutorials and he also has some stream video.
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>>2755852
Make a 3D model or sculpt each time I make a drawing, lol fuck that shit. Might as well just make and use the 3D models at that point.
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That process might work if you are doing tons of drawings of the same character, buy in the end it's way better and effective to master the fundies and use it to consistently draw the same character.

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how long until I git gud? I've been practicing for 2/3 hours daily during the last 4 months and I'm still shit
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>>2751127
>2/3 hours daily
>I'm still shit
try 8 hours.
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>>2751127
In what way were you practicing?
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>>2751130
I don't have that much time available

>>2751133
Keys to Drawing
Draw a Box
Loomis
Life Drawing

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I just downloaded Photoshop CS3 and I'm an absolute beginner.
What guide or tutorial would you recommend?
Which one worked for you?
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>>2753271
Get CS6 or CC for starters. No joke, the early versions of PS are shit. I remember that's no option to create a new adjustments layer.
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Nigga get CS5 or CS6. If you're going to pirate anyway why get some old ass sh*t smdh tbqph
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>>2753271
Ctrl Paint is pretty good is you are an absolute beginner.

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How do I approximate effects such as colored light combining with local color, or two lights interacting with a surface, in the digital domain?

In the real world, this is argued to be a subjective process, although experts say that it's a combination of subjective, additive and additive-averaging that all depends on an impossibly large amount of factors from every field of physics.

Traditional painter Keene Wilson explains that "The color of the light plus the local color of the object equals the color you mix", and David Briggs of huevaluechroma.com...
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What's so bad about onscreen mixing? have you tried it? I do it all the time and I love it
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>>2750895
I've done on screen mixing for years and it's fine for the most part. The problem is that it tends to lead excessively to greys and muddy colors, limits your palette, and does not help solving situations where you want to emulate the complex behavior of light and shadow in the real world.

Everything we do in painting has to do with recording the effect of light on form. Completely ignoring what happens when light sources or the the sky interacts with things of different colors, the resulting color...
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>>2750927
>The problem is that it tends to lead excessively to greys and muddy colors
So just like real painting

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So with the Croquis cafe library of photos and 360 views, can I use them for whatever I want, even my own commercial art?

If I reference something they have then sell it as a print or something will they sue me?
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>>2756270
wouldn't it be easier and surer to ask them instead? they tend to reply in comments section anyways.
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Sue you for using a pose?
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>>2756274
for heavily using a reference

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Can someone tell me what pen she's using here?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfidZenomQ4
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>>2756207
something like this
http://www.jetpens.com/Kuretake-Zig-Cartoonist-Brush-Pen-No.-22-Black/pd/14288
but shittier and cheaper
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>>2756210
Thanks so much !
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>>2756207
Did you perhaps watched this on your phone in a bus with your friend without headphones?

>tfw you have 6 days to build your portfolio for a university
I fucked up my dudes, do I even have a chance?
Have to do minimum of 15 observational drawings
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>6 days x 24 hours = 144 hours
Yeah, plenty of time.
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>>2754597
Skip class for the next week and it's definitely possible as long as you set out a daily schedule for yourself.
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depends, post work

Does anyone have this book in .pdf can share it?
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>>2754582
http://golibgen.io/view.php?id=876482
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>>2754582
artbook thread has it.
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>>2754582
I'm reading it now, it resonates deeply with me.

What are your thoughts?

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>Tutoring art-book
>lesson: Basically do pic related
What do /ic/, is not giving me enough instructions but it doesn't feel right to just skip it.
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>>2752689
Stop looking for step by step instructions to symbol draw your way through a portfolio and draw from life you fucking wuss.
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What's the book?

Also most of the time when you see stuff like pic related it just cuts out the "render it", because if you detailed every part of the rendering it'd take fucking forever and if you don't understand construction and skip to renedering it'll look shit anyway.

Honestly of this one the first four are all you need for you to comprehend how to get an owl on paper, the rest is rendering.
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just draw you stupid shit

do you think artists had step by step instructions 400 years ago

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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 someone proud.

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

RESIZE YOUR IMAGES TO ~1000 PIXELS:

#1)
>screenshot the image and post that instead (I recommend ShareX)

#2)
>change camera capture settings to something smaller

#3)
>send...
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Explain me this:

You learn to draw, which is very tedious, frustrating and requires a lot of time. You have to pay a lot of money if you want any significant support and teaching. Then you still have to do a lot of job yourself if you want to improve to the point where it matters.

And after all of this there's still a huge risk that you won't get any work and you will starve.

So why do people draw again for money? I don't honestly believe you put your life on stake just because you like to draw. Passion is fun and cool but it's just...
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>You learn to draw, which is very tedious, frustrating

Well that's just like, your opinion

With that said, no one should go into it expecting to sustain themselves from art alone

The reason people do it anyway is because they are young and naive
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>>2756015
Learning to draw is not hard. Learning to make good pieces is.
everything good takes effort. Or else I would be sitting on my life for eternity
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>>2756015
Anon, dedicating yourself to learning anything to a degree to where you can make money off of it is taking a risk, some being more or less risky than others. If it's something that you don't wanna pursue then just don't do it.

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I have no pen pressure in MangaStudio/Photoshop. However, if I open the Wacom panel to configure the tablet, pressure is detected correctly.

I have checked some workaround to get pen pressure in Mangastudio, but it did not change anything.

What's happening there? How are you supposed to debug this sort of shit on Windows 7? (it's an Intuos 3, but I doubt it changes anything)
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i used to eat sardines for dinner
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>>2755422
Go to your services from the task manager. Restart the "Wacom Consumer Service" thing with all your drawing programs closed. It should work, and if it doesn't, unplug and replug your tablet after restarting the service. Just mess with the services.
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>>2755425
you think? it's not a one time thing, this behaviour is consistent across reboots.

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If I do a reverse image search on google, is there any way I can edit the image code in a way that google doesn't recognize it and doesn't show and suggested images?
pic related
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>>2754967
I don't think so, because it's not like searching through code, it uses some algorithm to analyze the actual pixels, which is how it can find similar images and make all those suggestions to you
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>>2754972
>applications
can you distort the image so that it fucks with their algorithm?
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>>2754982
Well sure if you put an image that doesn't exist online then it won't be able to find that exact image. It will still find images that are visually similar at least in the thumbnail though.

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What software lets you create a watercolor style painting
i tried downloading some watercolor brushes for photoshop but that didnt work, then again maybe i just didnt get a good set of brushes.
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>>2754905
Honestly no digital program can emulate watercolours very well. You're better off trying to use actual watercolours or painting digitally in a way that is not trying to mimic it entirely.
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>>2754905
It's like $20 for brushes and watercolours, dude.
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>>2754924
but then he wouldn't be able to rely on ctrl+z

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At big animation studios, are visual development artists 'ranked' higher than background painters/designers and other artists brought on when a show is in production?

What's the hierarchy, if there is one?
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>>2753621
i have no idea
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>>2753621
I don't imagine there is much of a hierarchy beyond the art director being at the top. My experience in studios is limited and not at a big animation studio, but it seemed that I was equal as a 2d artist to the animators and other artists involved.
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>>2753621
bg artists get no attention despite being the most important imo.

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I saw this earlier today and it's been bothering me for a bit so I was hoping other Anons could share their insight. I don't know if this is just envy at the fact that this guy's work was seen by thousands of people in a day, but something about it leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

Am I just being envious or is my concern justified? Is this guy being applauded for repetitive practice or does he truly deserve the praise for improving?

If this question belongs on another thread, please redirect me to that one.
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>>2755034
Just sounds like jealousy. Don't worry so much about what this kid's doing or how much he's getting applauded, just keep improving yourself.
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>>2755034
You know what you have to do
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>>2755034
Jealously is natural, anon. You have to consciously fight against it.

Much easier when you fighting against it from a position of strength and skill. But we've all been jealous.

You must let go. It will only hold you back. Keep your disagreements academic and your ambition positive.

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Anybody thinking about buying the Wacom Companion that is on sale this black friday?

I remember seeing a quote saying "you get what you pay on Black Friday" and makes me worried if Wacom would sell a wonky product during this time. I'm just being paranoid, aren't I?

Anyone else see this deal though?
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>>2756147
You never said where

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Why does all of FZD's student's work look like they were drawn by the same person? They're nice in a technical sense but there's no depth in terms of personality.
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>>2752860
Because it is a 1-2 year program that focuses on developing the student's technical skills. Personality is something artists develop with experience naturally, it's not something that can or should be taught at a school.
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>>2752872
this, FZD only makes you grind fundamentals to take you to the starting line, once they have that they can start actually developping their art and take it in the direction they want to
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>>2752873
>>2752872
definitely is a factor, however I think the point is that it's a design school more than an art school. In one of his videos he mentions that himself and many other concept artists and designers have an extremely similar look to their sketches because they're really just there to communicate a design or idea, they don't need individual flair in the sketch or artwork itself, the individual is more likely to come across in the design.

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How do I start out getting good at art. And not do this shit.
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>>2752166
consult the sticky, faggot
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offer your firstborn to Satan
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Stupid faggots need to stop making new threads about their kindergarden scribbles. If you need to ask these questions, I can guarantee you haven't looked hard enough for yourself.

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What's the trick for making lolis look like lolis and not children? I just don't get what I'm missing.
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Absolutely depraved. End yourself.
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apply weeb to increase moeblob level
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klling yourself

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How not good is this?
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>>2755902
You're at Ground Zero. A child with a pack of crayons.

Look on the bright side, nowhere to go but up.

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Back
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>that hand

Come on fampai you can do better than that
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still shit i see
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>>2755687
I am the best on 4chan

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What do you do when you hit a plateau and you don't see any improvement of your art?
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>>2755677
You step out of your confort zone.

Try drawing things you never drew before. There is a lot of stuff you thing you know how to draw yet can't

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>>2755677
They both look so miserable.
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>>2755681
>posting a tutorial made by a guy who's work looks mediocre at best and who's been stagnating for the past few years
nah, i'm not convined

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So what books/videos/courses would you recommend for material studies? And I mean good ones, no matter how difficult.
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>>2755803
honestly the best thing is study them yourself and get mileage on each of them. actual time drawing will teach you more than reading about it.
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>>2755803

This
>>2740274


Before this
>>2755804

So you can understand what you're seeing in real life.
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>>2755803
Read http://www.huevaluechroma.com/ and Scott Robertson's book How to Render, then do lots of still life studies and use reference photos while working on inventing things for illustration/design.

Hey i'm trying to call this kid out for plagiarism but i cant ID the original source. any help?
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Why are you calling someone for plagiarism if you don't what he's plagiarizing?
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>>2753907
It rustles his jimmies to see someone actually do art instead of shitposting and wailing in depression
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>>2753748

Stop wasting your time with retarded shit and get back to drawing, or you'll end up like the guy you're trying to troll.


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