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I haven't seen one of these in a while, so here's a new one.

Constructive figure drawing 1-3 - https://mega.nz/#F!xhohmbIR!Z9Sg85jVRTc6_Ea1YZdvCg
Vilppu stuff - https://mega.nz/#F!RIx3TJxJ!_Nna8t01kPxENJ8KSzXqwg!EUJHgKAZ
Russian Drawing Course - https://mega.nz/#F!v8cVRIpY!I7lqQezZrA99ZifIiRbgEw
Hampton's Analytical Figure Drawing Course https://mega.nz/#F!8qA2FLDQ!9ADn1WRz-YcH7H9M3i11dg
Proko portrait drawing - https://mega.nz/#F!0NkRBJoa!Il717YoIbJjIAk4rJba5SA
Proko figure drawing - https://mega.nz/#F!gpAyxSYK!wRqIgzf8Eh8S7hw0rU8UDw
Youtube channel that posts paid courses - https://youtube.com/channel/UCcvUM85KAlonlxJK5J9ntgw/playlists
CGMA Art of color and light - https://mega.nz/#F!CHBUEahQ!YmW9EueacdNsKW3mZYGRRA
Digital Painting Marco Bucci - https://mega.nz/#F!KKA0UQiA!IQZo0gy_yH5OAwKsPEIdqg
Ty Carter Color -https://mega.nz/#F!DKRDBSgD!tNWAYvCAqVzxZBq4gO9yiA
Vitruvian Studio Portrait Drawing - https://mega.nz/#F!JU9F3B5Y!s4YlpJfOkOlkOSsCvX5F6g
Digital Drawing Correction?Figure Tutorial? - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLd9YlgrhwWqCSiGwPwA_N_nqKfTLY1Kn8
Karl Gnass Spirit of the Pose (NMA I think) - https://mega.nz/#F!30o2QCya!TWMgOxPJlGXWydwoS1czdg

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>>4165972
really? Can you elaborate? It usually other way around?
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>>4168150
I've watched his his entire course and been through his book a couple times. The books are far more concise and offer nuggets of valuable information that he doesn't mention in his videos regarding anatomy, gesture etc.

From a business perspective it makes sense for him not to be as in depth as he was in his own material.
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>>4168171

His course is fine. I've managed to dig up some old Adobe Connect QnAs (I have to go looking for it) from his class he did waaaaaaaay back in 2012 or so. He goes over a lot of information. Again, the whole point of these types of classes is for you to ask questions on things not talked about in the lecture video.
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yo, anybody got Aaron Blaise's digital painting course?
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>>4168438
On cgpeers bro.

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Is One by Wacom Medium a good tablet for a beginner that wants to get into drawing and eventually progress into traditional animation?
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>>4166517
Not OP, but I mostly do traditional art. However lately I want the ability to render in ps or vector. I already have an iPad with procreate and it's okay for my purposes, but I'd like a simple wacom that I can render with instead of a mouse, although I'd still be using a computer screen.
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>>4168388
Heil, but I should have asked what tablet would Hitler have used?
I'm considering
Wacom Intuos Art Pen and Touch Tablet CTH690AK - Medium Black
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>>4166517
Anything works but I would recommend looking into Xp-Pen Deco 01v2 and Pro.

Those are just better and cost about the same.
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>>4168014
What do you mean?, I was thinking in buy one
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>>4166517
I have it, it's pretty neat and gets the job done

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For female studies I've been mostly using porn, more specifically metart's stuff. Are there any similar websites with a similar style of photography, but for males? Preferably porn sites since quantity > quality for me.

Thanks in advance, and I'm not a homosexual.
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>>4168264
>see the sticky.
Nothing that interests me.
>this doesn’t deserve its own thread.
You don't deserve to be alive either, and yet...
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>>4168143
Reddit has a lady boners gone wild sub or you could use gay porn
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>>4168281
Don’t be a dickhead because no one wants to spoon feed your homo ass
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>>4168289
Problem is I'm looking for sets, that's why I mentioned porn. It's really useful to see the same person from a lot of different angles, not just one.
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>>4168143
It's nice that you started using construction but you're still symbol drawing. The eyes need to be aligned not in a completely dif direction.

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>be me
>buy wacom tablet
>the only thing I have inspiration to draw is degenerate fetish art
>post my art on a forum entirely dedicated to this specific fetish that I'm so ashamed of having that I don't even dare to reveal what it is on a anonymous imageboard(it's not CP)
>surprisingly the members of the forum actually enjoyed my art
>they made some very inspirational comments and constructive criticism
>now I feel more inspired than before to hone my art

Should I stop when it is still soon or should I keep entertaining those degenerates in exchange for a few motivation? I'm scared I might end up like Dobson and have my entire reputation stained by my fetish art era, mostly because I actually intend to make a serious webcomic with no fetish crap involved.
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>>4168206
Does it make you hot being called a freak, huh?
Squeeze your lil hairless balls while you stroke your baby sized pecker.
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>>4168215
UUUUUUUUUAGH I'M COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINGGGG
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>>4168219
Now, eat it.
Swallow your shame for daddy.
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>>4168142
Not them, but I'll confess mine.

My main ones are transformation, vore, and selfcest/narcissicism (sometimes I combine them). I mainly prefer humans turning into completely non-humanoid monsters/eldritch beings, and it's usually consensual (as in they willingly give up their humanity to become very powerful). But sometimes I can enjoy unwilling tf, as long as it's not too sadistic and the person still ultimately enjoys it. I also prefer consensual vore, but I can accept forced vore if the situation makes sense. As for selfcest, I only like it when the motivation is narcissisism (like the person imagines they can touch themself through a mirror and worship their body, transformed or not).

I blame my broken sexual fantasies on sci-fi/horror movies and games from my childhood. As a kid I remember liking the part where the villain would pull the 'one winged angel' trope and turn into a giant monster, or would eat his/her adversaries in order to win the keikaku. It's weird because I like the domination/power aspects, but I don't care much for extreme sadism/non-con. Nor am I submissive, like so many others who share similar fetishes to me.

And before anyone asks, I've never posted my degenerate art anywhere and I probably never will. It's pretty cringeworthy and I'd never want to subject anyone to having to see it, sorry. I already feel like a degenerate just for venting my dirty secret here.
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>>4165811
oh boy, it's another one of those
>furry art is easy and I'd be rich doing it

anon, stop calling other routes easy just because nobody is paying you to draw milfs

Edit by me on my S10+ (<20mins), tell me how bad it looks
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>>4167837
>edits out the cock
For what purpose?
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The fucks wrong with her hair
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>>4167867
Brah u should be doing better than that if ur an docker. Medical books have great anatomy refs
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>>4167833
Stop editing other people's art. Learn to fucking draw on your own, retard.
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>>4167867
Medical anatomy isnt artistic anatomy.

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please break down for me the shading and rendering techniques used in this beutiful work of my favorite artist
and I don't mean just the knowledge, but also the technical digital tools used like layers, masks etc
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>>4168347
Blog?
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>>4168347
Wtf r these tities
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>>4165387
aren't you a westerner yourself, m8
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>>4166360
Get better at drawing and read a book on anatomy before you concer yourself with any rendering really
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>>4166940
>>4166943
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1KvDzZnHmYDR3UXPJ-IRhg
He also has a youtube channel with speedpaints

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Can we have a comic/manga/graphic novel inspiration thread?

some misc. q's
>favorite comic/manga/graphic novel?
>favorite illustrator?
>which series does your favorite panel composition?
>have you ever tried doing a comic?
>if so, how long did your first completed page take you?
>do you know of any 'made it' stories in the industry that give you hope you'll make it someday too? [spoiler]hard mode:[/spoiler] [spoiler]not isayama[/spoiler]
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>>4167571
This is nice
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>>4167339
I just finished reading Tsutomu Nihei's Blame! and his restraint in showing rather than telling is so fucking great. He manages to convey such a unique atmosphere; everything is massive and time is irrelevant, but I'm still turning pages.
>have you ever tried doing a comic?
No, but I'd like to.
>do you know of any 'made it' stories in the industry
Junji Ito gets brought up a lot; he proves that you don't have to be a twenty-something art major in order to "make it"
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>be Serpieri
>study fine art painting in rome
>decide to draw porn sci-fi comics instead
Absolute AlfaChad
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>>4167571
Blog?
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>>4168227
it's a jap animator by the name of ryo imamura
https://twitter.com/jusjusojus/media

I´m looking for this book

Orientalists: Western Artists in Arabia, the Sahara, Persia and India

https://www.amazon.com/Orientalists-Western-Artists-Arabia-Sahara/dp/0975978306

Help, please.
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>>4165196

Delacroix is one of my fav artists. What is the book named?
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>>4165204
Delacroix in Morocco
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>>4165048
Can you upload to mega please?
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>>4167492

Nah man.. just study loomis and you are good
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Bump

1) how many hours are you putting into drawing a day anon?

2) how many hours do you think you've put in so far in total?

3) how old are you?

4) what is your goal?
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>>4165153
You shouldn't have any other hobbies
You should draw all day
Al night
Breath in loomis
Breath out drawings
Feeling the form not your bed
Only when you discard your humanity
You can be gmi
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>>4165453
coomer?
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>>4165661
i can just draw normies' dogs or something though right?
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>>4165666
This guy knows how to be schizo, high five my bruda.
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>>4168271
*satanic high5*

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What are some good dystopian artists that you like?
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>>4168363

Post the most degenerate thing you've ever drawn /ic/. let's see who trumps them all
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>>4168191
>>/ic/ - shitposting general
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>>4168191
Let state the ball off high.

https://www.deviantart.com/thecowingman/art/Check-up-746154636
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>>4168191
Penis mpreg and male weight gain from hardcore vore. Usually combined
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>>4168350
>hardcore vore
>usually combined
Please elaborate?
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>>4168350
yeah, wtf do u mean, Anon

How many of you are actually trying to make it, and what are you doing to get there?
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>>4164191
I'm following pic related with the intent of getting enough perspective/anatomy knowledge to get accepted to FZD this May. From there I figure I'd adopt their plan and work their course load for the year, try to get hired, and continue learning as I grow as a junior. Thoughts?
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>>4164220
it might be due to the nose and wide gap between eyes. pic related
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>>4164208
Is 4 hours really all you need? +Drawing for fun and applying what you learned obviously
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>>4164191
I've lost my passion for drawing and I unironically hate it now but I've wasted too much time drawing before that I might as well see it to the end and be the best I can
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>>4167743
im sure i could get better, faster by pouring more hours in but im not that disciplined and i have 9-5 day job.

You art needs not to be perfect, and stylization is peak artistry. You cannot prove this man wrong.
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>>4166206
as a wannabe animator myself, that gif is painful to look at.

And if you go with "render trick > fundies", just look at Sakimi's success.
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>>4166209
you're confusing terms. hitchcock is talking about imitation of nature-- the term 'technical' in this context is referring to that.
how you're using the term, it means something very different, like the 'ability to use the tools at your disposal to create a desired effect'.
is this bait though?
>>4166206
maybe, but this looks awful.
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>>4166213
I'm not talking about Hitchcock, you absolute shitstain, i'm talking about your thread. If you want to get particular about meanings of words, maybe learn to write first.
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>>4166222
i agree that op creates a false dichotomy between style and technical skill (which is aside from what hitchcock says).
but you need to learn to be clearer-- it sounded as if you were talking past OP.

if you deny a premise, say it outright.
because OP is interpreting a metaphor for a different medium of art differently from you. it's messy.

also hitchcock's not that great. in fact what's he's talking about in the OP picture-- that was one of his weakest points. his stories had weak, generic characters.
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>>4166222
Bold of you to think that Anon is the OP because he understand a different message from it, and tries to defend its premises.
>>4166240
Hitchcock is literally referencing all arts in the picture posted by OP, his statement is broad enough that he could be referring to drawing to anything else. Hitchcock wanting to use what he had to the maximum potential and do it exactly the way he wanted to an autistic degree does not deny his statement. It literally reminds me of the SOUL/SOULLESS meme, in a weird way.

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Does this development stage sound good to you?
1) Hire people from a quality place to brainstorm ideas and writing techniques = this creates a book which you can sell.
2)Hire camerafags(storyboarders) and drawfags+colorists to create an animatic = this creates an uncolored comic book(japanese comic books) and a colored comic book you can sell.
3) Hire music fags and voice actors and condense the animatic - this creates an alright music video or a comic book with sound.
4) Hire programmers to move the animatic/comic book to a digital medium with free roaming, world design, lore, like a cheap Final Fantasy/Pokemon game.

Only now do you actually enter the real development stage before the final production stage. That way you don't waste millions of dollars on a flawed concept. The only downside is time.
However it will be cheaper; only the animation side will have to be paid for and no more bullshit money going to money-hungry executives, supervisors, consultants, storyboarders, designers, layout artists, etc.

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drawing an elven warrior, looking for an epic and slightly realistic style (not cartoon or anime)
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>>4168266
ill have a word with that guy
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>>4168269
but his advice made sense
the book arm looked really weird being flat against his body, now it's rotated to a much more natural direction and his wrist looks less strained
his other hand is now placed resting on his leg instead of floating in the air
and his knees are now equal height as they should be when sitting on a level surface
the book also has a sense of depth now that it's tilted forward at an angle as it naturally would be, instead of looking awkwardly 2D

are you saying the advice made the picture worse?? makes no sense
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>>4168275
You're either trolling, or you're extremely retarded.
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>>4168278
>implying correcting the limb positions and posture is "extremely retarded"
do you have any useful feedback?
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>>4164261
>>4164584
1 am kek


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