I want to start decorating the barren walls of my apartment with some prints of paintings. Are more expensive prints noticeably better? Will I have a more pleasurable viewing experience with a $300 canvas print than a $40 print?
Also, what are the guidelines for picking a frame? Should the frame be the same colors as the painting or contrast?
Lastly, is it tacky to display prints in larger sizes or a different ratio than the original?
No matter how much I practice trying to draw faces, with pencil, it always turns out like shit, and I draw as light as possible, and I am long passed that symbol drawing shit.
My features always look like shit, and even worse, I can't even get the jaw to look right, one side is always curved differently than the other. What the hell can I do? Practice is useless if I keep doing the same fuckups.
Nobody can tell you much if you refuse to post examples.
If you're already aware of what you're doing wrong, try to practice those factors in isolation. If your feature placement is fine, do some studies of just the features. Draw a bunch of simple heads and work on the jaws, etc. Do a full portrait on occasion to apply it all at once though.
I have an odd problem. With every passing day i am getting worse and worse in drawing, it got to the point that i cant draw a head. I feel like a retarded child who tries to do his best. Maybe I am, but why now? It wasnt an issue a few years back. I am trying to "rediscover drawing" aka going to the basics but still i am failing miserably. What the fuck happened
Hi /ic/, I've never posted here before but I have this big issue right now where I mostly work with a somewhat cartoonish style, but at this time I get the feeling that I do not progress. Can you give me some pointers in what directions I should go? Maybe show me someone whose style I could be into?
hi /ic/ this is my first time posting, but I wanted to go ahead and share my portfolio to see what you all think ive been thinking about attending the art institute in my area, but im nervous about whether or not im ready to share a classroom with other artists
Hey hey hey, so my sister has commissioned me to paint a bunch of Disney princesses for my niece to hang in her room. Now my experience in painting is pretty meh, but my question is how can I achieve this pop art ish look to paint the piece in? Primarily what is going to be the best route for straight strong outlines on everything, either a certain type of brush or maybe some type of marker? Any help would be much appreciated!
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