First painting ever. Size: 25x25.
What do you think?
I know art schools are looked down on here but, I'm planning to hop into a vocational art school if my all my current uni applications fail. Can I get into one without any art foundation?
Art school is more fun. Work is so boring you'll lose the will to live and never draw.
For fuck sake do illustration or something practical
I did a sculpture degree that required no trad skills . Fml now
can someone explain how spirals work on cylinders, like why does it form an S shape on the curves??!
i feel like this is some simple shit but can't wrap my head around it..
practice it? it's easy as fuck if you have acustomed your brain to thinking in 3d.
do more of those exercises where you just draw a dimensional blob-shape, and then turn it 3 dimensional by adding simple values.
This character has no canon hair color so which hair one looks best on her?
I've made that art based on Chloe's tattoo from Life is Strange.
That game is very special for me. And I have a admiration for deers and crows, so i've created this version. I want to tattoo it on my arm, i'll ask the tattooer to fix the colors, put some shadows and stuffs..
What do you guys think?
In this picture, CMYK is shown to be subtractive while RGB is shown to be additive, simply because their colors are reversed from one another. Is there potentially any additive equivalent to RYB like RGB is to CMYK? Some sort of, mythical GPO or something that creates white when it's colors are combined?
Are you fucking retarded? The primaries are arbitrary. The reason RGB is white is because you're mixing light an additive process. RGB pqaints would still mix to black/mud just bwith a bit wonky of a gamut. I mean the Munsell model has 5 for that reason. No need sacrificing your gamut size.
>Are you fucking retarded
Wow, rude. Ignorant maybe, but not retarded. So if one were to try and mix light with the RYB primaries, could it potentially result in white (light)? Thank you for the reply, by the way. I've already learned much from you.
Broke out the colored pencil
That's pretty solid my nigga. Much better than your oil work, at least on a fundamental level. White people are easy mode though, I want to see you try your hand at a nubian subsaharyan queen next time my family member
What does /ic/ think of naive/primitive art? Grandma Moses, Henri Rousseau, that type of stuff.
Hello, /ic/ please help me out with my homework. What good and famous digital artists can you name that work with sci-fi illustration? Retro sci-fi artists would be good too, but digital ones are especially important. Help a guy out. I thank you in advance.
Just started doing digital art with references please feel free to comment a feedback
Thoughts on based Dave Rapoza?
Post em now.
-Commenting is OK but do not expect much from an hour's work.
-Posting WIP's, studies, "doodles", and random sketches is highly encouraged.
-The art must be fresh. Like you just drew it in the past hour.
Post drawings with god tier aesthethics.
Who inspired you to make art?
Does being emotionally invested in art makes it better?
Whenever I draw things that I'm not emotionally invested in they come out looking much better than those which I do.
I believe that this is because I can just cut and delete and edit without caring too much about the subject. I can see it more objectively. I believe that this is why doctors are discouraged to treat family members.
I tend to procrastinate a lot when I draw something that I really care about. Something too personal....
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Having personal or emotional investment is what drives me forward in my art.
When I make something personal, the stakes are higher. The piece or subject now has meaning that I connect to directly. And when the stakes are higher, I tend to put more effort into it. My person is in that art. Failure will hurt much more, as the art now has a part of me in it. Success will feel even sweeter though, as the accomplishment and victory is both an artistic one as well as one of personal growth.
That is just me though.