>>2346463 >Bear in mind that I want to learn how to get the right color by mixing ultramarine blue, cadmium red, cadmium yellow, titanium white and ivory black. Pick up any color theory book and you are done But in my experience you need a good selection of picments or your paintings will look like a photo without flash
Try Gurney's Color and Light book. It's basically the best color theory book you'll get your hands on, because it goes beyond the RBY color wheel. It covers how paint and pigments behave which is something a lot of people don't ever discuss.
Also, all your colors will be darker when they are dried, and you will never get a color bright then the one straight from the tube. You will also not be able to do all color mixes without a warm/cool of each color. White will cool colors, Ivory... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How about a thread showing great examples of animated movies? It can be 3d if you'd like but I think that defeats the purpose. I'll start: I freaking love pic related. It's adorable and its got a whole different feel to it that's not unlike Disney, except it isn't. The music is great too, and I love how very rooted it is in its culture's folklore. It's movies like this that make me wish that 3d animation wasn't dominating everything right now.
You people know the deal: any question that is not significant enough for a major thread can be asked here. I will make some of my own right now.
>What is the main difference between black chalk and charcoal? What are the diferent effects?
>How do I transfer small drawings for a giant cartoon? For example, how did Michelangelo and Da Vinci transferred their plans for the battles of Cascina and Anghiari to a great size cartoon? How did Michelangelo transfer... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I got 31 with one error (very last one) and apparently am a robot, surpassing all the animals. I even lost some time at the start goofing around before I realised it was timed, not sure if that impacts the score. Fight me.
Probably because of cats and shit. But also, the almond shape of eyes make it so the cornea touches the top and sometimes bottom lid and is interrupted either side by the sclera. So it's better represented by a vertical line touching the top and bottom of each lid, than a horizontal line suggesting it stretches to either end or that the eye is closed.
I want to learn to draw, but I hate the human form.
Don't get me wrong, I get a lot of satisfaction out of anatomy exercises and seeing how my work compares to what it "should look like." But when it comes to things like the human body, I have absolutely no affection for it; if anything, I find it repulsive and unpleasant. I only have a few exceptions to this, such as head busts or hands.
Exercises and practice aside, do I have any hope of becoming a good artist when I simply don't like the human body? I've noticed a lot of good artists... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It looks like you have psychological issues and it doesn't have anything to do with art. Seek professional help and not advice from unemployed digimon collectors on taiwanese-australian card exchange forums.
>>2346246 Drugs won't replace life experience but they'll make you feel like you do among other things. Do drugs for fun and draw for fun while on them but don't even think about making this part of your professional process. This is coming from someone who has spent at least a few hundred hours drawing high.
There's a consistency I see with many of your paintings. I notice it because I personally used to do this. The lips are too far forward. It always seems as if they are being pulled. They are also often too small. I think you should try to paint women in different angles. I only ever see the 3/4ths view, and never from above or anything. Also some full bodies would be nice.
>>2346088 Thanks for your helpful comment, anon! One of the issue I have is that I am painting from imagination, which is why the 3/4th view is most convenient for me. Also, regarding the lips, that is the size and shape of my lips, so I thought it was common for people to have such lips. But it's uplifting to read your comment. Thanks anon!
>>2346092 Yep, I see some people mention that you are not good but I don't think that's true. However, I do think you need to experiment more. I feel like with drawing from imagination, you also should observe things in live, like how you said with your drawings/paintings. Look at the picture I attached here. Maybe look at women's lips and draw some. I study anatomy as much as I do as drawing from imagination. I love learning as much as I love applying that knowledge. The book I'm reading right now, "Master... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The fuck is everyone's problem on this board? You people call others faggots for stupid like, and totally neglect real criticism. Some are really willing to critic artwork, and that's great, but it's like a whole 3/4ths of this board is taking out their insecurities on other people, because they know nobody wants to buy their MLP deviantart bullshit.
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