Kim jung gi discussion.
Anyone got Omphalos? I heard there's a lot of old stuff in there.
I have it. He signed it for me when during one of his lectures this past summer. I can't tell about old/new content since this is the only sketchbook of his I own. What I CAN tell you is the book is that it's nothing but people fucking. women fucking men, other women, animals, objects, etc. Nothing wrong with that though, just saying.
I'll take being fucked my 10 niggers to have his skill.
Not by a long shot, I don't get why he is so praised, his technical work is great, but its just technical skill which you would probably get yourself if you work as much as he does, or anyone committed for that matter.
>its just technical skill which you would probably get yourself if you work as much as he does
He worked very hard daily for several decades. Not many people can do that, and the ones that can would probably like to save those decades instantly like that so they can then spend that time going even further with their art.
even if you didn't have to take 5 bbcs, it wouldn't be worth it
don't mean to diss but y'all need to think about why you got into art in the first place, if you just wanna be like someone else
For me it's not about technical skill, it's about bringing my ideas to life. I don't want to draw in his style, and I don't want to draw the weird grotesque beastiality and rapey shit he draws, but Id like to have the technical skills to draw anything I want
Need some recommendations here.
I just found out he's coming to the Frankfurt book fair this week as part of his Europe tour, so I'll probably see him this Sunday.
He's selling his books and for more cash he throws in a real drawing, so I really wanna get one.
Which one should I go for? On his website it says he'll have all his books with him, so I don't know which one to pick. Expensive as shit, guess one will have to do.
Omphalos has a lot of stuff from his other books. All adult subject matter.
I really like the 2013 one. Shit inspires me like no other book.
His first one is also pretty cool. Thousand pages of mostly characters