>>2335960 He had mastered realism by his mid-teens, then kept barreling forward. he was alive for a lot of different movements, and played a key role in many of them. he invented cubism along with braque, created a lot of surrealist work (inspiring a young Dali), and anticipated neo-expressionist trends in his later career.
he was prolific as fuck, too. always pumping out work and trying new media. he had that thirst that every successful artist must have- to always be creating, pushing the boundaries, and trying new things.
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Musician friend just said to me (I'm paraphrasing to make this more appealing per ic-lingo)
'are you fucking retarded? of course nobody is going to buy your shit if they can't relate. they don't know you, they don't know what the stuff you make is about. imagine two street musicians, both at the same hip busy road, with enough distance from eachother for their music to not intervene with one another. one plays his own stuff. one plays popular songs adding his own twist and feel here and there.
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>>2335952 While I see what you're saying, I actually think it's better to develop your own style and characters and put them out there, then every once in a while do a fanart piece. Then the novelty of it is even greater. It's only anecdotal evidence, but that's the trend I've seen garner the most success over the years.
Hello, I am new here. By looking at my latest digital painting what would your honest thoughts and opinions be? I don't share my work really because I dislike everything I create having seen true masters work all the time in my feeds. Would you say I have potential as any sort of entertainment artist? From this piece what field of digital art should I focus on? I.e graphic novels, concept art, illustration ect.. I am in a limbo for direction for my portfolio. Please be a hero and help me a lost soul just painting everyday like a curse. Most importantly do I have potential... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2335681 Define a station point first. From there you'll have your main vanishing point at the center of vision, but you can also find one or both 45 degree vanishing points using the station point. For a perfect square on the ground plane, a line that connects opposite corners will also intersect the horizon at that square's diagonal vanishing point. In the case of 1pp this is also the 45 degree vanishing point you found earlier.
Question: Is it harder to become an engineer than an artist? Is studying math and physics harder than learning to draw? My engineer friends study a lot but I think they just read and memorize for the exam which is easier but they don't like what they study as much as I like art so that may make it harder.
Whatever if I don't make it in 10 years I will an hero when my parents kick me out of heir house.
So, this is my latest painting You can interpret it however you like my interpretation of it is that every color represents an idea/thought/conversation topic and how they go over into eachother in an endless spiral also there is a touch of space added because I'm fascinated by space
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Depends, some people can be self taught. Other people learn better from an instructor.
Can you teach your self? Try it out if don't know, it only will cost some time. If you are getting nowhere try the other route before you commit to a full course. You can hire an instructor or attend a class or two to see if you like it and progress better.
>>2335497 depends on how motivated you are, considering you made this post, you probably aren't motivated enough. To get really good on your own you'd have to be someone who goes after it no matter what
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