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I recently played through Okami and it really got the creative juices flowing. I’m wanting to implement more of the Ukiyo-e style to my art and was wondering if there are any good videos, books, or general tutorials that break it down and make it easy to understand the thought process behind it?

Thanks in advance
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ukiyo-e is woodblock printing, in order to emulate the style that would be a good place to start. Next best thing would probably be colored ink or watercolor applied with a brush.
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>>4162926
it is sumi-e aka ink wash painting as well as the colorful ukiyo-e, it varies between the two or even three styles depending on the parts of the game.
Like Okami herself uses sumi-e and most of the characters are a mix between ink and a more clunky color shape, but most of the environments are ukiyo-e. I think even the skies have a tag attached which is commonly seen in that style.
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>>4163659
>People can’t take inspiration from other countries culture or styles

much appropriation
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>>4163659
you can like and be inspired by shit that comes from japan without beeing a weeaboo you retarded bandwagoning fuck. eat shit and die.
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bump

Where do I have to start if I want to start drawing like the likes of Jon Whitcomb and other artists from the 40s and 50s?
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>>4163913
>>4163916
this. instead of wishing you drew like them, draw like them. copy their style. then rotate the heads and eventually draw them from imagination. if you want to draw like somone, study and steal their work.
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check out FAS, Rockwell how I make a picture, also learn to draw traditionally
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>>4163913
Build time machine then profit.
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>>4163913
They drew from live models. 40s and 50s artists are really good at omitting ugly unnecessary details. Also here's the Famous Artists Course, Jon Whitcomb contributed to some of these.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8VO-JQCy3HgelpRajdPY3RSXzg?amp%3Busp=sharing&amp%3Btid=0B8VO-JQCy3HgZ0U3QkVvVm4wREE
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draw me like one of yout 50's gal tigerrrrr

so what do you like to draw anon?
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>>4165451
22
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>>4160790
Literally just my gay furry oc having sex and masturbating. Do you think you're on a date?
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>>4165976
Post pics or gtfo
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>>4165973
hnnnnnnnnng i want to fuck these planes
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>>4166010
Censoring it on the slim chance someone might recognize

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Have you participated in festivities to celebrate 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement?
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>>4165938
I think there's an exhibition in the National Gallery in Ireland, is it worth a look?
What have they done near you?

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Is Tumblr actually dead? Am I just supposed to use Twitter? I'm not using Pixiv
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>>4165317
dude, we have to exist in a capitalist system.
it'd be nice for sure if marxists attempted to practice what they preach, but it would most likely just be a more horizontal version of capitalism, at best.
as it is now, no, people can't practice communism.
>>4164056
>art is bourgeois
nice meme retard.
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>>4165334
>as it is now, no, people can't practice communism.
capitalists bend over to china all the time, is it capitalism or communism?
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>>4165340
how is china relevant?
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I don't know why is it only deviantart that has a problem with retards using it like a Photobucket.
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>>4165369
Bc it's old as fuck. It predates stuff like imgur.

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IF YOU ARE A /BEG/INNER IN ART, please use this thread to post pieces for critique or ask for advice. We should not have to make new threads or post in the /draw/thread with our fundamental exercises.

Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, or you literally are never going to make it

previous >>4156806

READ THE STICKY if you need guidance.

Sticky: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uwaXKU7ev6Tw_or__o8ARpUb6r2rCZYJGqwSFV9AD98/edit#bookmark=id.15jx3pyuimvj

RESIZE YOUR IMAGES - try ~1000px, <1.4mb

thoughtful critique betters both parties. help each other and try not to get assblasted.
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>>4166860
ok, I'm probably not in a position to say anything, but I think one can "paint" in interesting ways regardless of what brush your using. I personally enjoy just using hard brushed to color stuff...
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>>4166591

Beginner perspective books aren't shortcuts. I'm someone that went through it and I'm telling you it's useless, it doesn't improve your sense of perspective, your time would be spent better off studying figure, anatomy, anything else.
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>>4166828
>>4166860
Unconscious Incompetence: The Post
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>>4165077
no
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When it comes to rendering, should I go dark to light, or lay down the mid tones first?

TFW You only can have a cintiq on your dreams
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>>4165918
cintiq is a meme, you don't need it
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Sergey Kolesov, Craig mullins, Noah Bradley, wlop... draw with tablets. Krenz also draws with both intuos and cintiq. Don't know which he prefers.
Stop making excuses
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>>4165918
>tfw tried a cintiq at an expo
>tfw I actually prefer my old Intuos over an overpriced touchscreen
Felt like I earned one month's worth of commissions that day
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>>4165918
>w*com
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>>4165918
The problem is not having a cintiq.
The real problem is not having a pricey dust collector.

t. owner of a pricey dust collector

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It's that time again!

QTDDTOT WAGMI Edition!

Previous Thread >>4125141
Sticky >>1579290

The thread where you can ask anything you want about art.
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Is there a guide to image dimensions and cropping for Twitter and Instagram? My posts end up looking pretty bad on Twitter in particular because of the cropping
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Does drinking faces gets any easier?
Im really struggling and so far they look kind of uncanny. I see my mistakes and I am slowly trying not to repeat them.
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YO WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED TO UNO MORALEZ SITE?
https://unomoralez.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi
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>>4165023
like, idk if this helps me. when i'm drawing traditionally anyway.
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what are some good resources on learning the anatomy of a car?
books, videos, tuts, could be anything

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If you have no access to real models, is it good to draw from art figures instead?
If so, what's the best figure to draw from?
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>>4162911
>>4163140
Then what about one of these? Stickybones are pretty much made for dynamic posing.
Shame they're fucking expensive.
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>>4163146
You can, but you know- there are humans everywhere? Go sit in a park or a train and there'll be plenty enough reference for you.
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>>4163329
Ha, leave my house? You're not gonna get me that easy, reptilian scum.
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>>4162908
Thanks for the input anon
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I have a chinese replica of this, the posing is too limited to use it as a direct reference, but I got some good use of it for helping with foreshortening problems.

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If you want to check my other stuff you can go on my instagram :) !
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- OVERGROWN -

https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/
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- LEGEND -

https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/
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- WILD -

https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/
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- ORNAMENT -

https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/
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- MISFIT -

https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/

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>>4161141
[spoiler] Spoiler text doesn't work on Red Boards. See? [/spoiler]
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>>4159519
>MFW I do digital art with the stabilizer set to the max
>MFW I can now never go back
>MFW I am the ultimate degenerate
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For awhile I had the stabilizer on my inking brush set to 14 for smooth lines but it was feeling so artificial and not "mine" that I set that shit to 4.

Its not as clean, its imperfect, but I'm satisfied knowing that line is MINE. I MADE THAT LINE, ME. The roughness adds character and energy too so it looks better
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>ITT: Crabs trying to justify their crutch
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There is always stabilisation anyway since the software has to link the sensed points.
Traditionnal is not a chore. It's a chance.
If you didn't understand that : ngmi.

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Previous thread >>4151658

post your ink drawings
https://inktober.com/rules

/ic/ house guide
>Make a drawing in ink
>quote your previous day's post
>post your drawing with the Day #
>be nice and have fun

Falling behind? Draw multiple and catch up!
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- ORNAMENT -

Yesterday inktober :) C&C welcome, feel free to follow me on insta !
https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/
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MISFIT

https://www.instagram.com/spikle91/
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>>4161850
how old are you?
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NEW THREAD
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>>4166522
>>4166522
>>4166522
>>4166522
>>4166522

How do you get better at form and thinking 3D?
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>>4165433
trace is like the lowest beg tier mindset, dunno how you're expecting to improve that way
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>>4165518
id suggest finding a taught life drawing session, the teacher will be able to guide you but when I do figure drawing I put down a few very light lines to get the angle of the shoulders, the angle of the hips and the curve of the spine.
also huge thing is to pay attention to the negative space (google it if youve not heard the term before)
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>>4165966

SOURCE
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>>4165424
Wrapping lines. Draw wrapping lines on everything. Unironically try to feel the form as you draw them.
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>>4166180
Bearthemighty
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/rR0no5

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Found these framed pictures in my old employers basement. Does anyone know if they’re worth anything?
Pics related
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Second painting
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Looks like Ming Dynasty. You might be sitting on a small fortune OP. Take them to a professional for a valuation and get them insured.

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What age did art click for you? I noticed that most professional artists started drawing before the age of 15.
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>>4163314
3
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>>4163314
Started drawing as a little kid. Didn't take it seriously until a year ago I guess.
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>>4163314
12 or 13
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I was drawing shit from Smash 64 in a babys first doodle pad when i was about 6
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>>4163314
RK Post's and Brom's art on MTG cards when I was 13/14 but I only started drawing much later because I had an epiphany.


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