Hey /ic/, this my first tíme ever posting on this board, i have no idea what to expect.. But i'm an average skilled artist(it's just a hobby that i've been doing my whole life.) but i never get any feedback for my work, if it's someone stroking my ego or someone taking a shit in a mouth. So of all places i decided to come here... And my colouring is very simple and shitty i know i'm still learning.
How do I learn what is good and what is bad on an artistic level? I began photography as a creative outlet and now do it as a profession, I am technically sound and understand what makes a good image be it through technique or composition which I utilize to create work for monetary gain.
However, I never learnt how to look at my own images objectively and critique them objectively on an artistic level..
I am still very passionate about my photography and creating the best images possible for my clients but I do not know how to satisfy... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Ive taken multiple classes in film photography and digital/photoshop, I know how to set exposure, hand process film, and make prints in the darkroom, I know how to prepare beautiful digital prints, its an integral part of my painting as I work with models and shoot referencs for my real work, hell i probably know more about photography than op, And I love it, but I stand by my statement
i'm really sorry in advance if this isn't the right board to post this but, im not really sure where else to put it I got adobe after effects the other day and I started adding some sfx to an illustration to make it a bit more "alive" I have no previous experience with this kinda stuff at all, so my first project looks kinda shitty, and I rendered it kinda badly as well, but I want to improve, so I started with another image; heres the WIP so far: https://my.mixtape.moe/hnohjm.mp4 im not sure what to add next however also im not good at drawing/animating... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can someone edit this original image (link at bottom) to match the purple one on the right. Need it exactly like the original without it cropped. Hope this is the right chan. http://avrispilka.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/sexy-alice-in-wonderland.jpg
/lit/ here please don't hate me for being a crossboarder (i read the sticky! (but i'm still sure this will not be an appreciated thread))
basically i'm a doodler, not really an artist but i doodle. BUT i can't draw women. no matter what they come out lookign like weird trannies. i'm not looking for a "how to draw a woman" guide (like in the sticky!) but just general tips on what i have to do differently from the men in my art style to make women in the same art style
maybe i'm wrong but I'm assuming there are some mostly... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A while ago, I participated in an art competition. I was selected as a finalist for round 2 where people could vote for their favorite entries online. I didn't make it to round 3. Is it a bad thing for me to tell others/announce that my entry didn't make it? I asked many people to vote for me... So, is it a bad thing for me to tell them I didn't make it? The drawing competition is hosted by an animal shelter. In my family Whatsapp, they were just posting about how this little cousin of mine is dressing up as an animal for her school event and it's somewhat... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2342140 i dont see the point of telling anyone unless they ask. at most i would make a facebook status like "hey guys, thanks for your support but i didn't make the cut. your votes were appreciated" something like that.
Asked this on /g/ for the tech side of things but I'm a bit curious how artists view this.
Does anyone here have experience drawing with the surface book? The few art reviews I've read online have been pretty good. Anyone used this that likes/dislikes it? How does it compare to wapcom tablets?
Do you guys agree? I agree with most of his points(don't know why he sounds so angry), but he seems to be going into conspiratorial territory at times(modern art meant to brainwash the American public) as well making some points that are just plain wrong, such as classical art completely disappearing in the West/US
For one thing, America was the leader in animation, and in order to animate, you had to know and study the fundamentals such as anatomy, gesture and the like in addition, many art histor
Is it possible to git gud quickly if you're self taught? Like at the rate they pump out artists in fzd school? Obviously you'd have to put in an insane amount of time but can it be done? What exactly is the curriculum there and has anyone tried mirroring their teaching methods on their own?
>>2342131 you could never be as fast as someone getting one-to-one feedback from a professional, but feng says himself that you can easily get good if you're willing to put in the hours and know how to study right. I think his vids have a bit of info about the material they study
You can absolutely do it on your own. Expect it to take about twice as long as the full fzd training though, even if you put in equal hours. Upside is you save god knows how much fucking money. Downside is you miss out on profiting from connections (which only the top 10% of graduates every year do anyway, the school is said to be ultra competitive)
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