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4479192 No.4479192 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479360

sorry to repost this but its literaly driving me to insanity:

my wacom intuos s tablet produces some little arches and bumps at specific places, if i draw slowly i can maybe avoid them but they are semiconsistent. I tried reinstalling the drivers but nothing helps, any idea what it could be? is the tablet damaged? is it the pen nib?

pic very related, im certain that im drawing the line correctly and at that specific point it does a bump

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>> No.4479311

>inb4 "Oh I fixed it but i'm not going to tell you how, thanks anyways guys."

>> No.4479312

the joke was drawn with OPs tablet?

>> No.4479322
Quoted By: >>4479342

op here:

i think the surface may be scratched, i tried drawing with a couple of sheets of paper on top of the tablet and it seems to work, but im not exactly sure, if anyone could confirm this is an issue with tablets iw ould be extremely greatful, will do more testing tomorrow

>> No.4479342

If it's scratched just use clear nail polish to fill the scratch (small drop of nail polish then wipe excess with edge of old credit card) and buff it out.

>> No.4479360

Grab a ruler. Draw with a ruler over the "problem area". Delete your thread.

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4479158 No.4479158 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479326

What are some statues you'd drill a hole in to have sex with?

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>> No.4479326

Your empty skull and it would be a rage fuck.

>> No.4479332

If I like a statue so much I would fuck it I would not ruin it by drilling a hole in it

>> No.4479606

statue of peace

>> No.4479615
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Just look at that tight little ass

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4479060 No.4479060 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479071

He would be a 4chan premium Anon these days. Back then he was just a falangist, also an ultranationalist catalan and a
monarchical Spanish cunt: surrealista.


>> No.4479071


Dali's topics of this interview:

1. The DNA superiority of his creative genious (that his beloved ant-eater pet also has)
2. His fascination for the mathematical patterns in the shape of the rinhoceros horn
3. The fogginess and precisition of the English language and it's need to be injected with surrealism.
4. Explains the concept behind his moustache design (the constant tragical element of the human face)
5. The vulgarity and catastroph of dogs, and his predilection for rinhoceros.
6. The melancoliness of baseball positions
7. The mathematical patterns of sunflowers, and his observations on mathematical patterns on coliflowers.
8. The normality of not being able to understand Dali's work.
9. His accent (Catalonian)
10. The lack of message in his painting.
11. Dali's tremendous power for cretinization everybody.
12. His Dalinian flower painting
13. His monarchyc inclination
14. His tastes in food.

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4479056 No.4479056 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480977

Cezanne was the greatest painter of the last 200 years. No question.

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>> No.4480609
Quoted By: >>4480739


Have you ever actually seen art by either of them? No? I thought so. You're a NGMI if you don't recognize their greatness over some wannabe shitter like Cezanne.

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>> No.4480739

Poo poo head

>> No.4480977


>> No.4480995

Miro is better.

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4479050 No.4479050 [Reply] [Original]

What does /ic/ think of Abstract Art?

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>> No.4480081
Quoted By: >>4480100

he was laughing and screaming as he crashed, his end was one that was doomed to obliterate himself but was so severe in it's abandonment that it took another along with it in it's carelessness, and it's through this terribly troubled and tragic view of Pollock that we can see how his life of anger, confusion and destruction could somehow level to create such sublime images of pure thought in his effort to bring some equilibrium to his existence as a backwoods boy in the big city with alcoholism and no sense of foundation in the society he so wished to speak to, he just wanted to make sense of things for himself, and even though he could not manage to in his lifetime, he destroyed himself and so much more in some misguided effort to do so that it went above and beyond himself and into an example for all of us, and even in it's terribleness and childishness it yet works to let us see some hazy vision that even in the middle of the 20th century with all its narrative titanic turns and spins it makes its way back to all of us fundamentally as human beings as pure emotion and thought and confusion and attempt at making sense of this chaotic life we all live in unison individually

Pollock was pushed into the world of multi millions through cold war intelligence funding and some American sense of superiority, but it will be himself and his own unique and tragic tale that will ensure he and his drifting meanings in spaces of colour and matter and space adding up to some brief and unsubstantial yet eternal and complete tellings of human emotions that dictate the lives of every one of us for better or for worse in our own confused and anguished lives live on into the coming centuries

>> No.4480100
Quoted By: >>4480113

>he was laughing and screaming as he crashed
maybe 'cause he was drunk?

>> No.4480113
Quoted By: >>4480170

exactly, he was so lost in it all that all he could do was plunge as far in to being lost as he could though substances, and it all cost him his life and that of another innocent, his life does not give us a pleasant tale to use as example, but a necessary one, because it could be so easy for any of us to go into the same fate, or to damn it as inconsequential and below us, but his art gives us the link to see that he was as much a human being as any of us as mortal beings in an infinite and constantly changing environment, and that we should take his tragedy with gravity, in order that we not only avoid it, but incorporate it

of course Pollock knew very little of this, but he knew enough in his findingly miserable existence in the middle of the miserable century that was the 20th

>> No.4480170
Quoted By: >>4480185

please, you're gonna make me throw up. you're doing a massive disservice to jackson pollock's death, who he was as a person and the impact of his art with all this bullshit romanticizing. his body of work was deeply touching and captivating enough without needing to feign profundity as clumsily as you do.

>> No.4480185

what else am I supposed to do but romanticising as a non-American myself towards such an Americana symbol of expression of things so hard to put into words, Pollock ended tragically, and I feel his art represents something that could only end the same way he did, without reason or conclusion, it just sits there moving in its own way with its won energy forever, without revision or reconsideration, it's as timeless as it ever was and ever will be, my interpretation only considers the artist beyond all things, which is what I think all consideration of art should do if it want sot get to the bottom of things, you don't go around trying to make sense of the development of language in a particular geography without taking into consideration in a big way the culture and history of the area, because that's how you explain how it appears as it does today

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4479043 No.4479043 [Reply] [Original]

Poorfag here. Do I get the surface pro 2 or a 1st gen iPad air? Don't tell me to go to /g/ I want artist opinions who know these devices. Don't tell me to get a wacom I can't get a laptop good enough on my budget

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>> No.4479461
Quoted By: >>4479465

It means I came here for tech advice, if I want crit I post in the draw thread

>> No.4479462

means a newfag just learnt a new word and shes using it to sound cool and gain updoots and karma

>> No.4479465

The apple shills are jerking off right now, so gl with that.

>> No.4479467

Never change ic

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4478945 No.4478945 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Last thread is in autosage

Why You Should Copy Anime:
https://youtu.be/t_IODIIYAe0 [Open] [Embed]

Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning:

Strive for quantity AND quality.

Anime Studying:
>Copy anime references exactly and draw them from memory. Use illustrations, screenshots, anime figures, 3D models, etc.
>Don’t copy recklessly. Use construction, color theory, and other fundamental concepts to rehearse a drawing process that you can later easily manipulate for original artwork.
>Post all of your anime studies. Post even when you’re told not to. Create an art community that actually draws and improves together instead of just talking about it.
>Number your attempts and link to your previous posts.
>Critiquers should lead by example by posting their studies.

General Anime Style Discussion:
>Questions about achieving certain styles/techniques/compositions etc.
>Drawing methods, study habits, resources, tutorials, tools, software, etc
>Be specific and try to post a sample of your study attempts before asking for help.

Keep most of your personal works for /alt/ or the other critique threads. Here we should be drawing copies from good anime styled references to mindfully up our mileage, internalize appealing aesthetics, and learn from each other’s processes and knowledge.

Effective Art Study Guide:

General Art Overview:

Japanese Book Collection:

Recommended Resources:


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>> No.4481879
Quoted By: >>4481888

are there any other apps you can use other than yandex to translate japanese pages?

>> No.4481888
Quoted By: >>4481897

i use google lens / translate on my phone and point it at my screen, it's finnicky sometimes but 100x faster

>> No.4481897

i wish there i can just shove all my pages in so i won't have to use one picture at a time.

>> No.4481900

based schizo

>> No.4481913

least you can draw women correctly

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4478888 No.4478888 [Reply] [Original]

Lets do another can you draw thread! Again, try to draw him keeping all the emotion in the image.

> Hard mode: make him look more disapointed

>> No.4478894

Not an argument

>> No.4478925

lex luthor from smallville

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>> No.4479090

fuck drawing this cuck, he should go post some more tweets about how he wants to smell Taylor Swift's feet or some shit.

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4478822 No.4478822 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4481101

Your biggest inspirations?
Pic unrelated

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>> No.4481080
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Her work is great, and it's only gotten better over the years. I look at her first published volume of her comic and compare it to now. It's night and day.

>> No.4481101
Quoted By: >>4481727

>based argentinian pianist

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you better learn to read a tattoo

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Ralph Bakshi, bought Fritz the Cat and Heavy Traffic for 2 dollars each when FYE was closing down in my city back in like 2009. Had no idea what to expect, my pot-addled mind said to buy them. Wizards is one of my favorite animated movies ever made.

Him and Jamie Hewlett are the only western artists I can say had a definite influence. Japanese artists would be Kishimoto, Yuu Watase and Koge-Donbo

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based charly garcia

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4478786 No.4478786 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4480610 >>4480635

Alright so I was wondering if you guys could give me your opinion or input on something I stumbled upon, top picture is "Walter disney & Salvador dali's destino animated short."
Bottom picture is "enigma of the rose" by salvador dali. Now my focus is on the meaning and symbolism that's going on here, what do women And bells have to do with each other? Why the shape of the arch above her head? Is it implying the arches of a church bell? Are the shapes of the shadows mistakes or deliberate on the second painting?

>> No.4480610
Quoted By: >>4480651

you mean this video?
I think (based on some Youtube comments) that they didn't think too deep about it. They just wanted to make something trippy

>> No.4480635

That is no Church that is an Obelisk, my friend.

>> No.4480651

Why must you post the pozzed version?

>> No.4480676

I dunno how to really talk about Dali yet, but here's a really good two part doco on him, I'm sure you'll understand his language if you go through it and see how he grew up, lived, and died, it's very revealing to his strange ways of turning his meanings into semiotics, and I'm sure you'll be able to see how he combines the symbolism of Spanish culture and quantum physics into images of narrative and fairy tale structure


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4478730 No.4478730 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4481264 >>4481289

What's your opinion on Proko?

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>> No.4479696
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>Marshall and Stan
wow I never realized

>> No.4480708

Lmfao, can't unsee

>> No.4481264

>What's your opinion on Proko?
He's a soiboy beta cuck.

>> No.4481282

He lurks for sure but if he posts it's probably giving advice in /beg/ threads.

>> No.4481289

great teacher, good artist, huge cock.

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4478697 No.4478697 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Can we get an /ic/ meme thread going? Post any art/ic/ related memes, that you have saved.

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4478690 No.4478690 [Reply] [Original]

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>> No.4478745

this, op is stunted

>> No.4478940

Based thread

>> No.4478964

WOAH you watch mikeymegamega too? POGGERS!

>> No.4478984
Quoted By: >>4479024

based retard, you just tried to replicate the lines like a highschool student does math

You will never make it because you don't bother to understand what and why you're doing it.

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S E E T H I N G loomisfag, keep drawing cubes cuck

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4478655 No.4478655 [Reply] [Original]

>just feel the form brah

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4478616 No.4478616 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479764

stop working for clients.

>> No.4479764

everything is centered around building an audience in the creative industry
everybody hates client work

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Quoted By: >>4479777

I'm building an audience of clients

>> No.4479775

And then what? Sell my shit on tshirts?

>> No.4479777


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4478608 No.4478608 [Reply] [Original]

decided to start drawing/animating porn. only tool i've got besides ballpoint pens and shitty pencils is my DS with photoshop to touch stuff up with. any good tips/guides applicable to a medium this shitty?

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4478588 No.4478588 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479066 >>4481608

season 2 ep:1

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>> No.4478735
Quoted By: >>4478739

because that fat attention hungry blubber lipped chink doesnt know shit about art and is a massive aspie faggot spamming AMAWU AMAWU U GUY RIKEY ME NEW MEME AMAWU AMAWU COOF COOF

>> No.4478739

that chink was the faggot forcing the amawu shit?

>> No.4479028

Penetrating insight.
Thats why you’re shit and will remain shit.

>> No.4479066

The podcast started getting bad after proko started talking about his stupid app that redlines cubes

>> No.4481608


>mfw when the apocolypse happens and Marshall ends up part-cyborg

How did it come to this, lads? Why didnt we protect him?

We left him with Proko and now he is a machine.

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4478568 No.4478568 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4479219 >>4481275

there's several reason why i training
left hand

1. for brain experiment
2. lack of emotion and soul and emotion control
3. for future device
4.all of my favorite character,roll model was left handed
5. because comfort zone theory, learn faster

any advice?

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>> No.4479219
Quoted By: >>4479262

Left handed people are better at art because they use the right side of the brain more.

>> No.4479262

Oh no no no

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>> No.4481275

Just be born left handed like me bro.

>> No.4481326

I don't have emotion. I was soulless since 17 when i saw people who draw comic or animation i always envy them because all thing i draw was backgroung building car lab something like that i want understand human i want soul too
I want make comic

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4478479 No.4478479 [Reply] [Original]

The king of all art andre Herring

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4478474 No.4478474 [Reply] [Original]

loomis blooks are the absolute definition of soulful drawing

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>> No.4478620

no, he's just trying to teach you how to enter what's essentially an altered state of mind. that's the thing that people don't get. feeling the form is not intellectual, it feels more like dreaming or kind of like that phased out feeling you get when you're high. it's a very weird dream-like feeling

he says it in one of the very first pages
>Now, if the first drawings you do are not the last word in cleverness, don’t be discouraged. You will soon get the idea. When you begin to sense form, you will have the whole works. Then we’ll polish up, and they will have to admit you are good.
>When you begin to sense form
that's the crucial part to everything. even if the proportions and everything else is off, as long as you sense the form then what you create will feel three dimensional and real. that's why a nicely done blook with proportions that aren't even slightly close to accurate will still look good and ring true as long as you sense the form when you were drawing it.

it's that feeling when you're drawing and your mind kind of phases into the paper and it feels like you're doing three dimensional sculpting on a flat surface. it's a very dreamy feeling, but it's crucial to everything. this is just his attempt at teaching that, same as "feel the form" is vilppu's attempt. it's all the same feeling that they're trying to get you to tap into

>> No.4478644

idk what you're talking about. sounds like you're a schizo bro

>> No.4478679

I know what you're talking about. you don't sound like a schizo bro

>> No.4478994
Quoted By: >>4479139

this is the hackest thingy i've heard in my life

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>feeling the form isn't a transcendental experience for him

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4478414 No.4478414 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4478422


I mean people give a lot of shit to sakimichan for her comment art, but I think it’s only fair Anisa Jomha , aka idubbbz girlfriend got criticized for stealing art and tracing.

>> No.4478422
Quoted By: >>4478426 >>4478436

Fuck off lolcow.

>> No.4478426

Idubbbz’ girlfriend SIMP detected.

>> No.4478436


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4478366 No.4478366 [Reply] [Original]

This is theodd1sout 's art evolution and he made

so can you

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>> No.4478455

i used to draw like the 2013 to 2017 style in middle school and made comics of negrounds cartoons for my friends. Its cancer to see this style of drawing is used for sihtty webtoons because i have an emotional attachment to it

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> That last pic
> When you read Blue "Dobson" Bear, he also gazes back at you

>> No.4478973

he never really tried

none that have this style of art actually do
such a hard concept to grasp

>> No.4478990

Glad for him, i'm still gonna try to actually learn how to draw.

>> No.4479014

I don't hate James but he’s just a really fucking lucky cartoonfag that got big off of YouTube's perpetually changing algorithm and a late 2010s ”storytime” trend resurgence. His fame won't last and he’ll end up another content creator lost to collective memory like Leafy, Smosh or the thousands of huge gaming channels and Machinima. He’ll be lucky if he ends up with a long lasting cult following.

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4478341 No.4478341 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4481104

Is copying/tracing your fave artists a valid for a practice? The impression I get from the Japs is that they believe it very much is. Is it viable if you do it along with practicing the basics?

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>> No.4481087
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The art of learning art has become so corrupted and obtuse

>> No.4481096
Quoted By: >>4481208

I'm a hapa and the only thing you're kinda right about is that Asians are kinda better at absorbing info. It's moreso because they're willing to sit still and listen than anything else because they're raised not to be hyperactive little shits. Even with that there are plenty of dumb east asians. fuck off back to >>>/pol/

>> No.4481104

As long as you don't just copy/trace but actually try to study it, yes. Try to understand what the artist tried to do.

>> No.4481140

If you want to make your own songs and not just be a cover artist, there definitely has to be a fat amount of music theory/composition exercises in your diet, copying other artists is more about getting good at the instrument itself.

So, assuming this parallel holds true for drawing, OP will be just a fax machine by copying, but it does help with his brute drawing skills and could be supplemented by studying how to create your own shit.

>> No.4481208

Yeah, It’s cultural, there is a reason Nigerians and Chinese immigrants are the most successful groups in America

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4478208 No.4478208 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Let it out anon - it will get better.

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>> No.4481448

I appreciate that, thank you

>> No.4481473

How do we do this? I'd do it myself but I can't draw because I haven't read loomis

>> No.4481484

On one hand I'm happy that I've been getting lots of commissions this year but on the other I miss times when I could give a few days to style exploration, trying new things and drawing from nature. Most of the jobs I get are not very challenging and I feel like it's gonna stay that way unless I start putting more ambitious projects up on my portfolio.

>> No.4481560
Quoted By: >>4481591

There was a farmer who had a dog and bingo was his name o

>> No.4481591

Outrageous. You shouldn't have to stand for that shit.

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