ITT : things that pisses you off as an artist or whatever you call yourself
>start sketching for some idea >find a pose / composition that looks interesting >realize it's something you've seen somewhere but can't remember where exactly so you can't even see if it's really that similar or not
pic related, still going with the one on the right but I'm pissed
>>2339634 >>2339633 What pisses me off isn't that I didn't invent a completely new original action pose, just the impression you get that you're redrawing a specific picture but can't remember which one
Probably going to get another call center job tomorrow and the lady mentioned i could have some paper to scribble on. How much per hour would you be willing to forbid to get a job where you can draw? Any other people have jobs where you can draw ( if so where)?
Additionally question: People who gave up "teh Dream" Where are you working at now and whats the best panic transition out of a drawing career?
I'm back home. Don't get a job at a call center kids, it will kill every fiber of your mental energy. I know I talk to retards on this site everyday but it's on a whole other level when it comes to call centers--you're dealing with the cream of the crop kind of retards. I'm talking redneck white trash, old bitches about to inhale their last breath, bitch ass white cunts who act like little miss princess, jocks who call in to waste your time (and theirs), the Marian's who always laugh... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm doing full time hours as a history / geneology research assistant. I sometimes doodle at work when there's not much going on but even if you're working full time you can find plenty of time to draw after work, as long as you're not doing something so physically taxing that you're completely exhausted.
i've been to 4chan since 2009 and this my first time on this board having some questions the following piece of art was taken from a movie called we are your friends i liked it so much so any idea who is the original artist
ITT: things unrelated to art that have really helped you in your art
>be me >have to undergo nasal surgery >talk to many rhinoplasty surgeons >read up on nasal anatomy in depth >now know how the nose works better than most doctors >can now draw noses with total confidence
>>2339213 Sometimes, when you work on a piece for so long, you kind of forget to look at your own work as someone who has just seen your work for the first time. It's nice to get a person who actually has seen it for the first time. And you're right, a critique needs to be specific and that's the reason why people here do those red lines at times. But things other than shapes and composition are often quite difficult to translate into words that the person can understand. Without just fixing it for them of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How much time do you spend per day on art? I've always been a casual, occasionally doing some studies of faces or whatever, but now I want to get serious and actually learn to draw. I am also currently doing a degree in Electronic Engineering, however, so I'm unsure how much time to spend per day on art
At least 6 hours a day everyday, usually between 8-10. However I am an unemployed loser with no social or love life. I only care about getting good and eventually killing myself after Ive reached that goal. Also will be running out of savings soon and will be forced to work again after like 3 months of massive art gains, someone please just kill me now.
im studying to get into uni for graphic design and i work 6-9 hours a day (6 hours monday-wednesday and sunday, 9 hours for the rest) I tend to work in 3 hour breaks, work 3 hours, rest 3 hours.Also i make sure to up the difficulty after every break.At start i will start easy and just study anatomy and stuff then up the difficulty and do perspective or industrial drawings or smth and then do entrance exam questions at last.(the entrance exam works differently here and a very small part of it is actually showing your portfolio)
>>2339198 Ill clarify that I dont do informal "studies" and that doesnt include my time studying things anatomy, color theory, etc. all of my drawing time is devoted to fully developed passion pieces, its what makes me whole.
/ic/, I think I'm going crazy or something. For the last year or so I've been drawing the middle line through the ball as the browline, as it said in LOOMIS. But I went though it again and I see him illustrating that it runs through the middle of the eye.
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