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4479886 No.4479886 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480303

Is old software still viable to make appealing art in 2020?

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>> No.4480303
Quoted By: >>4480309

>>4479886
software has never, is not, and will never be viable for making appealing art.

>> No.4480309

>>4480303
Based

>> No.4480512

>>4480159
so do I

>> No.4480706

>>4480007
i dont have it, but i would argue that the good stuff of the 2000's lasted up until around 2011-2012.
even though tumblr and whatever might have existed around that time, they were actually still rather niche and chill until 2013. even music was actualy sounding alright up until then.
i wonder what the fuck happened?

>> No.4480820

>>4480227
This



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4479856 No.4479856 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480107 >>4480155

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>> No.4479960
Quoted By: >>4479970

>>4479862
I searched through it and can't find it

>> No.4479970
Quoted By: >>4480026

>>4479960
THEN ASK IN THAT THREAD. Don't make a new one just for your question.

>> No.4480026

>>4479970
I have asked for certain books before in that thread but nobody seems to answer.

>> No.4480107

>>4479856
Here
http://www.mediafire.com/file/xfm8m8az39crxla/dts.pdf/file

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>>4479856
How about this guys you have a link?



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4479790 No.4479790 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479794

Yes. People think only active,dynamic, interesting art is answer (mike matessi or peter han shit something) and nobody gives shit about how to make boring art

and this is my answer you piece of shits literally effortless souless no fun PERFECT

>> No.4479794

>>4479790
boredom itself

This thread is so fucking boring
i'm not gonna even bump or comment done and no one will give a shit NEVER EVER



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4479772 No.4479772 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/tests/iq/visual-spatial-intelligence-test

Visual-spatial intelligence is the only type of intelligence you truly need for art

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>you scored much lower than average
should i stuff my exhaust pipe or the good ol' short drop

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Quoted By: >>4481905

test was pretty easy desu, had the most trouble on the rubix cube question for some damn reason :S

>> No.4481905
Quoted By: >>4481907 >>4481918

>>4481898
Nigga that was the easiest of all questions

>> No.4481907

>>4481905
i know.... the longer i stared the more disappointed i was with myself lol

>> No.4481918

>>4481905
Naaaah, what was the hardest for you?



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4479760 No.4479760 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479782

Im never posting my work here on this shitty board again!

There I said it!
Hahahahaha
I said it!
Hahahaha im free!

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4479782

>>4479760

>> No.4479786

>>4479778
>look how much i dont care by responding to your thread OP hey look pay attention to me, look i dont care

>> No.4479818
Quoted By: >>4479929 >>4479932

>>4479769
you should kys for having drawn that. 5 year old can do better

>> No.4479929

>>4479818
Thats not even me you fucktard!!!!
What part of never posting work again did you not get???

>> No.4479932

>>4479818
That's a meme picture dude



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4479757 No.4479757 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480156

Which nation has the best approach when it comes to art in their comic books? Japan, USA or Europe?

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>> No.4480154
Quoted By: >>4480160 >>4480182

Japan is the biggest industry, but France is where artists have more freedom, in terms of styles, writing, and deadlines.

>> No.4480156

>>4479757
Japan? Not even a question...

>> No.4480160
Quoted By: >>4480163

>>4480154
You’d be right if you weren’t generalizing weekly Jump for the entirety of the industry. I JUST told you about how stupidly large and sustainable the indie scene, where creatives have no bosses or deadlines. Likewise, the fact that mangaka can make money off of fanworks, porn or otherwise means they’ll forever have more freedom than any nation cucked by copyright law.

>> No.4480163

>>4480160
Yeah, also Japan has loli, which no western nation allows. How is this even a question?

>> No.4480182

>>4480154
All I've ever seen from France is the cutesy/sexualized caricature style and anime knockoffs

Italian comics seem to have more variety



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4479719 No.4479719 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480054

If you're a commissioner, are you just doomed to get soulless works?

>> No.4480054

>>4479719
if its your oc then probs yeah... its cringe...

>> No.4480496

Commission good artists.



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4479700 No.4479700 [Reply] [Original]

lol

>> No.4479706

I'm not sure why this board likes to make fun of FWAP. It's a pretty accessible book

>> No.4479758

by andreiii looiiiie



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4479672 No.4479672 [Reply] [Original]

Apart from realistic what other art styles work well in a science fiction or fantasy setting?

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>> No.4479759
Quoted By: >>4481183

whats your endgame?

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>> No.4481183

>>4479759
You think this is a game?



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4479661 No.4479661 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479664 >>4479768

/ourguy/ uploaded another masterpiece

https://www.artstation.com/artwork/58yLaP

>> No.4479664

>>4479661
Beautiful.

>> No.4479733

How does he do it /ic/?

>> No.4479768
Quoted By: >>4480824

>>4479661
There's gotta be some message hidden in his work. Perhaps the hair textures are the thumbprints of Hollywood pedophiles, or the upload dates have something to do with the nuclear launch codes.

>> No.4480824

>>4479768
>Perhaps the hair textures are the thumbprints of Hollywood pedophiles
Fuck this cracked me up



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4479642 No.4479642 [Reply] [Original]

where do you guys go to find unusual refs or just weird stuff? i'll share some of mine

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Quoted By: >>4479694

Strange and interesting composition

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4479677

>>4479670

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4479694
Quoted By: >>4479791

>>4479673
hmm i have something you may like

>> No.4479737

Looking up cursed images is great for this.

>> No.4479791

>>4479694
>WITNESS ME



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4479618 No.4479618 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479628 >>4479635

Hello fello d/ic/ks, how are you all holding up? last weekend i was video calling with an art fren when we both started drinking. after a few hours we both got really drunk and started talking about life and stuff. now, we knew each other for a couple of years so this wasn't really weird, but we started talking about relationships and stuff and my buddy got visably uncomfortable when all of a sudden he tells me he loves me. we're both guys so i was really shocked and i didn't know how to react so i just tried to laugh it off and end the call, but when i think about it i've spent almost half a decade with the guy constantly calling back and forth. i mean, we don't even really talk about anything but it just feels kinda comfortable i guess? i don't really know what to feel right now, but i just want to concentrate on my art.

anyway how has your sexuality affected your drawing?

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>> No.4479625
Quoted By: >>4479704

I know how to draw porn because I have a girlfriend.

non virgin artists > virgin artists

>> No.4479628

>>4479618
lmao

at least he had the balls to tell you. just because he has a crush on you doesn't mean you have to do anything about it. it's possible he'll find someone else to crush on.

i think it's normal. don't tell him to fuck off, but don't feel obligated to return any favors. just be. sometimes it happens, it's natural. kinda like how you like your female friends. it's whatever.

and yeah you spent like half a decade with this guy, why does it matter how he feels about you? even if you know he likes you, LITERALLY NOTHING HAPPEN. like seriously, what tangible difference does it make except he's gonna be a loyal bro.

>> No.4479635

>>4479618
Nice blog

>> No.4479704
Quoted By: >>4479750

>>4479625
Virgin artists still have that hopeful romantic ideal and fantasy in them. They still believe in love and finding the right one. Relationshipfags have their fantasies shattered and energy dispersed. I'll take my virginity and keep it, thank you very much. I have the rest of my life to find a wife but one chance to make it and I'm keeping my hopeful coomer energy with me!
Virign > non-virgin artists

>> No.4479750

>>4479704
You have no energy, coomer.



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4479582 No.4479582 [Reply] [Original]

With the art of pic related, the anatomy in some works looks alright, yet in others, such as the cheetah at the bottom, it deviates from the animal. Even for a stylized furry look, the cheetah looks weird and lacks sufficient detail. In the tiger above, they defined the detail in their animals with individual brushstrokes, meanwhile they just tack on a texture brush to create an illusion of fur for the more recent cheetah.

Their personal works are high in quality but when working on commissions, it goes out the window. The upper image is a personal work for study. The below image is a commission, but also an example they used for a sponsored art tutorial intended to correct mistakes in drawing markings of big cats. Their followers continuously praise their work, are they blind to their own shortcomings from a lack of critique? Or are they inconsistent on purpose?

It's confusing how somebody could sit down to practice and make a painting every few days but never stick to techniques that made visually pleasing artwork from months or even years ago. I first discovered their art in 2013. I see them on my explore and check up on them regularly, but just when I think they have improved, they go back a few years in their work.

How would you prevent the same thing happening in your work? Do you actively try to prevent it? Have you seen it in the work you upload?

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>> No.4479617
Quoted By: >>4479921

if you don't like it why'd you go through with rendering and coloring?

>> No.4479921

>>4479617
Not my work

>> No.4480121

>>4479591
What a fag.

>> No.4480492

im not that great of an artist a trick i was taught to improve my consistency is referencing (or at least looking at) my previous artwork before i draw or while i draw

i think this only really works for skilled artists but referencing my previous work helps me pinpoint some of the similarities between pieces that people can identify me with. then again, if i made a serious mistake, i would be referencing and repeating said mistake so i cant really vouch for this method

>> No.4480493

>>4479591
man this is the same for me too



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4479581 No.4479581 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479887 >>4479989

i was browsing twitter when i saw this shitty anime drawing (which was unsurprising) but it had almost 150K likes. what the FUCK??? can someone PLEASE explain what just happened?

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>> No.4479882

>>4479648
haha 4chanx does it all for you. no need to check the archive cause the links are there for you.

>> No.4479887

>>4479581
Stop obsessing over likes and you'll be happier.

>> No.4479987

>>4479668
Look at this guys profile. He has 123k+ tweets, all in chingchong.
Nobody with a sound mind would look at his content after retweeting the drawing and think "man, I loved this doodle of his, can't wait to follow this non-art account and get BOMBARDED with 300 posts per second by him all day every day".

>> No.4479989

>>4479581
That’s because it was generated and not drawn

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4480009

Goodnight



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4479573 No.4479573 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480145

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>> No.4480143

I dont get it, Sycra is cute.

>> No.4480145
Quoted By: >>4480151

>>4479573
If anything it's the other way around. If you are used to looking at appealing stuff, then your art will be more appealing.

>> No.4480146

>>4480062
Sinix even says so himself when it comes to drawing hands. Because his fingers are freakishly long, or at least he thinks they are, he draws similarly weird hands all the time.

>> No.4480151
Quoted By: >>4480243

>>4480145
Implying the only way to look at appealing stuff is to look in a mirror and hope for the best.

>> No.4480243

>>4480151
>making bad assumptions
Why are you this dumb?



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4479546 No.4479546 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480731

is it a good idea to start off with this as the basis for the human shape?

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>> No.4479553
Quoted By: >>4479579

>>4479552
go easy on me I'm just starting out, is there a better way to put it?

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>>4479553
there is no human shape brah, it's a collection of 3D forms captured on a 2D plane, see pic related is a basic mannequin, most of the top artists will visualise something like that in their head and build the anatomy on top of it,

if you haven't had an introduction to perspective and 3D forms check out the youtube channel Proko, he has some good beginner videos on it

>> No.4480731

>>4479546
Focus on the proportions first. The lines he described are difficult to apply once you quit a frontal pose. They are more an intellectual justification for a perceived harmony, they are not used like constructive lines.

>> No.4480850

the purpose of these diagrams is for observation only. they are no intended as a method of drawing

>> No.4480862

just draw



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4479544 No.4479544 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480049

>that 26 year old boomer that's trying to learn to draw after his brain finished developing

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>> No.4480004
Quoted By: >>4480010

>>4479994
>kids
>max plasticisty
>gmi

>20 somethings
>no plasticity
>no patience
>ngmi

>oldfags
>no plasticity
>max patience
>gmi

>> No.4480005

>>4479986
you just answered your own question

>> No.4480010
Quoted By: >>4480031

>>4480004
>kids
>max plasticisty
>gmi

>20 somethings
>medium plasticity
>no patience
>ngmi

>oldfags
>some plasticity
>max patience
>gmi
Fixed for the sake of truth.

>> No.4480031

>>4480010
this is unironically the tryth, altho many 20 somethings have the patience necessary

>> No.4480049

>>4479544
Jokes on you wanfukkit I'm turning 26 in May.
This post hit me hard for a few seconds until I remembered I only want to get good enough to have my own art in my house



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4479515 No.4479515 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480659 >>4480679

Title.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eq9PaXNiaHQ

I mean it's rough because she is like 15 or something. She is not villppu, but it does explain how to simplyfy the figure for poses better than many books.

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>> No.4480657

>>4480645
So you are a /beg. Got it.

>> No.4480659
Quoted By: >>4480672

>>4479515
>15
Way too old

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4480672

>>4480659

>> No.4480679

>>4479515
>little girl
>15
Uhhh.... anon you can sell art at cons by the time you're 15

>> No.4480685

>>4479784
This really shows on how much of a shithole /ic/ is.



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4479314 No.4479314 [Reply] [Original]

Uh oh...

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>> No.4480280
Quoted By: >>4480294

>>4480271
My bad I thought you meant OP's image, yeah I was there at the beginning of the thread but lost interest after a couple of posts since it was obvious the dude traced from the beginning, just look at the lines, as a person that traced at the past (not anymore luckily) those lines look similar to the ones I did back in the day.
But never knew it became a discord drama at the end, lol.

>> No.4480294

>>4480280
>But never knew it became a discord drama at the end, lol.

Yeah it was tons of fun, some anon who follows art discords on /ic/ just pulls out a bunch of screencaps showing those circlejerkers trying to convince themselves that the tracer won't trace because "he's a good boy!!!" and went on about how /ic/ defends and loves llya and "you guys would have done the same if it gets you attention!" so it's justified.

Some people are really fucked in the head.

>> No.4480322

>>4479343
The industry word for that is "swipe" and it has been a standard practice over the last century. It usually isn't seen as a big deal if it's somewhat transformative

>> No.4481606
Quoted By: >>4481618

>>4479624
i prefer the older art, it was way more charming and had character

>> No.4481618

>>4481606
I agree. There were also more weird shit instead of staying in the samey normal zone. That isn't to say some of the new cards aren't quite lovely



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4479293 No.4479293 [Reply] [Original]

How do I (digitally) paint skin to make it look like this?

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>> No.4480048
Quoted By: >>4480663

>>4479301
Yeah, not photobashing. That's Boris Vallejo, and it's an oil painting, and 99.99% posed for by bodybuilding friends of his, that was his thing. His wife (Julie Bell) was a bodybuilder, and posed for a lot of his paintings, and she brought all her friends in to pose for him.
The shadows are off because they were probably posed separately, in different lighting - Vallejo was hacky as hell, as a glossy Frazetta rip off, and churned these paintings out fast for quick magazine and poster jobs. He was basically the Thomas Kinkade of fantasy art.

>> No.4480663
Quoted By: >>4480675

>>4480048
>His wife (Julie Bell)
She was hot as fuck. Kinda looks like a friendly older lady now.

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Quoted By: >>4480696

>>4480663
she does, and boris looks like the spitting image of el goblino

>> No.4480696

>>4480675
Post pics of young Boris.

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His earlier stuff used a model named Danielle for alot of his paintings. I always thought she was so beautiful. I bet he's legit got thousands of nude photos of her stashed somewhere that will never see the light of day and its a shame.



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4479288 No.4479288 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4481318

How many of you know how to construct the brewer grid?

looks useful asf

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>> No.4481152
Quoted By: >>4481179

>>4480695
I feel like the lens thing has always been confusing for beginners
because the actual truth is that the lens doesn't matter, only the distance of the station point aka the observer to the object does

the lens is just the cone of vision, narrow or not.
if you put the 22mm lens at the same sp as the 100mm lens you will have the same effect

>> No.4481179
Quoted By: >>4481194 >>4481206

>>4481152
The position of the station point effects the distance between vanishing points right?
(That's all it does... right?)

>> No.4481194

>>4481179
Not exactly sure what you're asking but yeah the SP will determine all your set of vanishing points and their angles to each others

>> No.4481206

>>4481179
the way he says it is better actually, the distance between the sp and the and the vp's will affect the warping. another way to avoid distortion is by putting your vanishing poits far apart. the farther apart they are, the less distortion there is. the cone of vision simply gives you an actual fucking circle where you can draw in. if you draw outside the circle, everything looks like shit. the circle is better off being 60 degrees. but like anon says, that shit is confusing for beginners.

>> No.4481318

>>4479288
ye you use it when vanishing points are far away from the canvas. not really necessary when you're not doing stuff in architectural scale since slightly off perspective is less boring



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4479221 No.4479221 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4481226

>Low beg - Loomis is great
>Mid beg - Loomis is good, but skip fun with a pencil
>High beg - Loomis sucks and is a meme

>big gap

>Master - Loomis is great and fun with a pencil is the most important book

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>> No.4481090

>>4480692
Kek, I 100% agree with this

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>IQ poster
>Talent poster
>Doesn’t post own work
Everytime

>> No.4481223

>>4480870
You rarely see mangaka draw their construction because they're not stupidly afraid of tracing like we are and internalize their proportions as they copy their idols in childhood. But when they do draw some construction it looks more like an alien version of Hogarth without half the steps than Loomis. And no, quartering a circle and chopping a bit off isn't Loomis's trademark,t hat shit's older than print.

>> No.4481226

>>4479221
how many layers of irony is this?

>> No.4481790

>>4481081
>Preston Blair's book
which one?



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4479212 No.4479212 [Reply] [Original]

Stupid Questions Thread

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>> No.4481527

>>4481509
you can go into your tablet settings (wacom, huion, whatever it is you use) from your start menu and adjust what stroke gets what kind of line. i like mine set pretty stiff, otherwise i feel like im spilling ink everywhere

>> No.4481538
Quoted By: >>4481547

>>4479285
>>4481509
Take off the name op. It's a little embarrassing

>> No.4481547

>>4481538
oops

>> No.4481568

whats a good program for a beginner like me? I use ms paint but I feel like I need to start using a better program

>> No.4481580

How do I get something to look how I even want in one go? I'm sick of all these clear off looking errors I feel the need to fix constantly until something eventually looks right. It slows down my progress significantly and just ruins any fun I have.



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>> No.4481851
Quoted By: >>4481852

>>4481755
But self portrait challenge is over?

>> No.4481852

>>4481851
It's their homework

>> No.4481863
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4481863
Quoted By: >>4481919

>>4481802
collected a few big names, sorry it's all shonenshit lol I don't read a lot of manga (even most of the ones pictured here). I just put the first volume cover for consistency so they're by no means the best they have to offer, definitely check out the other covers of ones you like

>> No.4481914

>>4481850
>DON'T CALL ME AUTISM
>Ahhhhhh stop attacking me!
>I feel internet hurts!
Lulz

>> No.4481919

>>4481863
Man I forgot how good MP100s covers are. I love how much they accomplish even with the technical weaknesses of the art, I would love to be able to make illustrations as intriguing as those covers



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