Getting my first tattoo. Looking for some inspiration!
Anyone who bought "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain", do you feel like it was worth it?
The first chapter is one of the best introductions to observational drawing that I know. Unfortunately a couple of editions ago she decided to add a host of ridiculous tools into the book's curriculum and it's simply not worth it in my opinion.
I am studying architecture, this is an art gallery, what do you think about it
What do you think?, what senses promove etc, please dont be rudes
/r/ wasn't of any assistance; can anyone help me identify this pen?
I am an amateur artist and some criticism would be great
Some pros say this is a very fast way to improve forcing you to think many steps ahead and painting less, opinions?
Another example by Zedig, I think the results look great.
Well, if you can do the harder way, it'll obviously improve your results when you have more resources to work with.
Be able to block in form and blend colors with 100% opacity is extremely hard.
ITT:Calvin and Hobbes thread
>ill never be able to drawr like this even if i practiced for the rest of my life.
Looking for criticism on some of my stuff. Anything is appreciated.
better than you are now op but you don't have to be a master by any means. a lot of them hide their lack of anatomical knowledge by having flashy paintings, which a lot of people are impressed by but anyone with a trained eye for drawing and painting can spot style over substance
A bit further still
Doing something with every thing you've got left in your life that nobody wants anyway.
One day someone will care, will look up close , notice how it changes as they peer around it, see the shapes and colours and enjoy it.
Regarding your posts dis-liking it, obviously it wasn't made for you.
anyone know what this style is called? i know its a take on 1800s typography but thats it
>John Dyer Baizley
Amazing artist. His style is influenced by Art Nouveau/Jugendstil, I suggest you look into that.
I have a hard time getting anything I do past looking like a sketch
>There are thousands of people out there that wants to learn art as their NYR, and they've already given up