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So adobe decided to not only add shitty features, but also delete useable features.

Where is my mirror option in the context menu? I used it all the time. Is there anyway to get it back?
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>>3650555
Do you mean the transform selection > flip (horizontal or vertical)?
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>>3650557
oh, im so stupid lol. Apparently its just because my ctrl + t shortcut doesnt work for some reason. was almost losing my shit in rage here.
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>>3650560
It's okay anon, I would need a crash course myself with it to keep track of everything going on with it. I hadn't used it seriously in a couple of years and suddenly I don't know how to do jack. Luckily I'm used to look at documentation stuff anyways.

What does /ic/ think about Andy Warhol?
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>>3642580
Looks like a scream,
Hang him on my wall
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>>3642580
>Implying people on /ic/ know any western artist besides Loomis
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>>3642594
Stop sucking your own dick
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>>3642580
He's a woman's notion of an artist.
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>>3642580
A gay man who just wanted to stalk his crush, and make money from drawing gay porn. He had nothing important to say, he was a fame hound that got lucky and surrounded himself with idiots that in contrast made him look like a genius. I don’t like his work or him as a person but I respect the fact he made a living off of his brand of art.

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What does/ic/ think of this years pumpkin?

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>>3650388
kek
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>>3650002
he will die but he'll occasionally show up as a force ghost to tell you to feel the form at important moments
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>>3649902
Youre right about not drawing from direct model but not in a long term, at one point you will have to do that if you want to improve your figure drawings
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>>3649885
Get a girlfriend, free model and she’ll dig it because she’ll feel part of your work.
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>>3649982
Bullshit, unless you’re trying to make a painting or sculpture there’s no reason to have a live model for practice work.

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What's this art style called?
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Brand illustration, prolly of some tech company
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i paid too much money just to learn how to draw slightly stylized stickfigures and now i want to make profit out of it-core
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Mad lazy lesbian core
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>>3650352
Ngmi
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>>3650352
There isn't one particular name for this style. Most work does not fall into one perfectly defined cookie-cutter style.

Work like this is simple, graphic, likely vector-made, and utilizes simple color schemes. It is likely to be used in (rather generic) advertisements, illustrations for websites, editorial illustration. Another anon said 'branding' - another vague term that just means an illustration is used to cultivate a brand image, which I suppose could be true.

Work like this also triggers the fuck out of /ic/ because it's not some Ruan-Jia bullshit and they can't accept that not all illustration revolves around digital paintings of fantasy / sci-fi schlock.

Im thinking of getting https://www.udemy.com/the-fundamentals-of-drawing/ because i cant decide between nma, cgma, schoolism, gnomon etc.

I just want to draw but get distracted by choice.
Which one is worth subscription? ( and dont say loomis)

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Are anime girls 2d shapes or 3d forms?
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>>3650051
Ironic post?
That's actually an eyelid as far as I can see. Eyesockets end at the eyebrows.
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>>3650161
Sure, I was being ironic.
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>>3649934
if you're drawing them you gotta think of them in a 3d form, not just lines.
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>>3649945
its the other way around
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>>3650209
no ironic, just wrong.

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So how did you go about practicing backgrounds? You do fully drawn/painted BGs, right anon?
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I just draw whatever comes to mind and watch bob ross.
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>>3650406
cute
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>>3650406
hi guys remember to hide the thread

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Some months ago I found about cgpersia and I was delighted with so many things on it
I was wondering if theres a similar site purely for traditional tutorials and resources
Like Scott Waddell/Daniel Gehartz dvd`s
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>>3650137
t. some months ago I found about cgpersia and I was overwhelmed with so many things on it. I was wondering if there is another site similar so I can be overwhelmed with even more resources that I'll never watch. Like literally whos you've never heard of.
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>>3650137
Hey kid, if you cant do it and just download stuff for no reason I cant help you. thanks

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is the 22HD still THE industry standard?

also why did the touch version get discontinued so quickly?
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>>3649887

what industry are you refereeing to
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>>3649887
touch only serves to annoy
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does anyone know if Wacom sends you like a full set with pen, stand and everything when they send you a refurbished model?
because I sent one of these in for warranty and all I shipped them was the monitor which ended up weighing 20 lbs. with packaging.
but the package they're sending me says it weighs 30 lbs. on the tracker and it's shipped from the opposite side of the country of where I sent mine
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They discontinued the touch? I'm not surprised but I didn't know that. Probably because nobody wanted it. Touch screen on a monitor like that is pretty pointless, and it just drives the cost up.
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>>3650136
when I researched the 22HD, I kept reading about this issue where the screen is excessively grainy due to the anti glare layer, to the point where it's a distraction. Do you have any comment on this?

I'm also not clear whether any of the modern chink alternatives have actually caught up to/surpassed this old Wacom model

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>art friends
>where do you find them, and how to connect with other artists?

Is /ic, dare I say, the right place for it? So many punished and vulnerable individuals.. we should try to connect and make up, instead of pushing each other down all the time
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>>3648385
>that one fedora plebbit who acts unreachable even though nobody wants to be associated with him

phew
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>>3648369
Mostly met my artfriends at school, though it's a bit of an unusual situation because it's a community college with a heavy arts focus. Do whatcha will though y'know? It'd be nice for ic artfriends to get together and build relations, but that seems sorta difficult, as somewhat of an observer
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DESU you´re better without them, especially if you do NSFW. People tend to use each other in these circles. But if you Really need art friends, pick someone less talented than yourself, less likely you´ll get fucked over.
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>>3648369
>Is /ic, dare I say, the right place for it?
Not for me. I come here because it's still fun, but I'm not interested in lewd art.
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>>3648369
Not /ic/, however your idea is in the right ball park.
Find artists around your skill level from various websites, talk to them - weed out the cunts.
Then, add each other on instant messaging and push each other along in your artwork. Make it a competition where you try to one-up each other, but also support and critique. Share tutorials and techniques, do art-collabs and swap around the jobs you do. Turn it into something wonderful and beautiful.
The right people are out there waiting for you anon, all you gotta do is ask.

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>first day in art class
>first thing professor makes me do is drawing with my left hand so I can" dissociate the forms from the objets"

Was he memeing on me or what
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not at all. >>3649431 is right on the money. good way of making you draw what you see rather draw what you think a chicken is for example. same goes for drawing something upside down, its def a good exercise for learning and warming up before you get to work
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>>3649404
Yes he was memeing you. Don't listen to the nonsense above, the only thing drawing with your left hand does is make every line 10x more difficult because you can't get the form direction right and your hand won't listen to your brain.
You do not "pay more attention to your subject", you pay more attention to your [wrong] hand's movements if anything.
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>>3649404
Leave
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>>3649404
No, that's a pretty standard beginning project.

Stop trying to analyze the teacher, and do the work.
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>be left handed
ok lol

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What do you think /ic/? This image was painted by an AI called style2paints from line art without human intervention. Sure the drawing has many flaws, but there is no denying the coloring quality has dramatically improved compared to style2paints last year and will continue to improve.
Source - https://twitter.com/IlIIlIIIllIllII/status/1053892314400096256
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>>3649238
>>3649244
That's V3. V4, which is what the tweet is showing, gets publicly released November 1st.
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>>3649197
Wise anon. You can let the machine replace you or adapt yourself to be hard to replace..
1) moe anime faces are easy to replicate;
2) that AI still uses lineart done by a human;
3) AIs are currently less creative than actual good artists.

Not worried either, for now...
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>>3649339
>>3649363
>>3649133

GIT GUD or GIT REPLACED

>>3649336
Exactly.
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>>3649133
>Its over bros. AI gonna replace us in 10 years max.

rendering a line drawing is interesting, but computers have been rendering 3d objects for decades. rendering a 2d object as if it was 3d is still very different from actually creating something new.

Before a computer can act creatively in the same way a human artist can, it'd need to be a true AI. Which is probably impossible, or at least not anywhere near the horizon of what our technology can accomplish. Computers aren't going to replace artists in this century; screencap this.
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>>3649562
right. but i still dont doubt that a lot of the quality of that image was achieved with human intervention through the manipulation and tweaking tools.

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*makes it*
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-unfunny

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Why the hell do so many artists(especially nips) use this piece of shit site, when it's not the best for showcasing art? Your art gets drowned between the rest of the posts much easier than other sites, and not to mention the community is toxic as fuck.
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>>3650306
>And where did I say that? I only mentioned that particular practice became popular on Instagram first because it only supported mobile phone cameras.
I'm saying it's a non-issue, if you don't use the platform you can't exactly claim it to be a drawback.

>In order to post images to Instagram from your PC, you need to download a separate app from a third party. That makes it not native.
Fair enough, you can't post to instagram on PC, and I don't know why they made that choice, but it is just as "native" as the mobile app. It works as intended. If you're posting art that can be cumbersome I'm sure, for anyone consuming it, I see no issue with instagram. Anyway, you haven't stated any opinions.
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>>3650276
>And how is twitter better for art?
>>3650310
>I'm saying it's a non-issue
>If you're posting art that can be cumbersome I'm sure
So you ask why people prefer Twitter to post art, then dismiss the inability to post images directly from PC as a non-issue.

That's fine. You do you. I never intended to push you towards a platform. I'm only answering your question why other people prefer Twitter for those reasons. If you can't accept this, that's strictly your problem.
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>>3650317
No, you can't read, I dismissed the trend of clutter in photos as a non-issue, if you notice, the talk of not being able to post to PC comes after I mentioned any sort of "non-issue". In fact, I actually explicitly stated it would be an issue for those who are posting art to the platform. Seems the problem is yours, but it's a simple mistake, a non-issue, you might say. ;)
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>>3648893
Depends on your target audiences.
For anime style fanart, Twitter and FB are always the right answers.
For normal artwork, Instagram is alright.
[spoiler]Tumblr is fucking garbage.[/spoiler]
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>>3650358
Didn't know spoiler tag doesn't work here lol




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