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W/o the porno

Questions that dont deserve their own thread thread. Ask a question and get an answer.
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already a thread for this, delete this.
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>>3737030
without the porn
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how many pencils do i have to waste practicing before i get good?
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>>3737043
Pencils cost a $1 at the Dollar Tree. Same quality as Office Depot.
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>>3737043
10000
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How do you draw milkies like this?
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>>3737030
this thread seems at least decent. delete yours.
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how do I get bullied by an animu?
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>>3737060
Post your work faggot.
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>>3737064
I said bullied by animu, not NEETs.
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>>3737060
be a cute shota and smell nice
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>>3737036
what difference does it make on a red board you autist
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>>3737090
If you can't see the difference then I'm sorry I can't help you.
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>>3737102
sorry, but you're a literal retard.
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>>3737106
Well at least you said you're sorry.
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Where do I find artists to commission from?
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>>3737117
deviantart, /co/
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How can I become a mangaka?
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if you do fanart, how much do you pander new things, or do you prefer having a stable fanbase in specific franchises?
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Anyone have an idea which brushes or how I would make a brush that would emulate the color technique here?

(I know the second panels are skill, i'm talking about just the base color technique in the first panels. The brushes I use are really liney and blend together too much compared to these.)
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>>3739656
Also my lineart brush is really inky, solid and looks so vectorized compared to his.
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what software does the anime's done in? How do they get the crisps strokes?
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>>3741766

Ah shit, now that you mention it I remember downloading some anime software the Japs use years ago but forgot it's name. It's on my old laptop hard drive.

They use proprietary software. They also use 3D software like in the west.
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>>3741775
Oh here it is

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RETAS

Thank you archive.
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>>3741777
https://www.cgpeers.com/torrents.php?id=40992&torrentid=40936#torrent40936

And here you can download it from.
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Is drawing skintight clothes basically the same as the naked figure but with something else instead of skin?
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A question to all traditional fags, do you guys use a scanner or a camera to upload your stuff? And if so which one is better?
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>>3742334
Yes
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>>3742880
Answers pls
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What is it called when you can draw something well on one side of the object but not so well when you try to make it symmetrical on the other? Something like handedness?

I would really like to get rid of this before it becomes a habit.
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Why does no one respect my art?
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>>3742880
a scanner is a camera. it depends on your work and what you have available to you. lighting paintings for photography is a bitch
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>>3737025

How exactly do I paint/render a picture to look like pulp art from the 50's/60's? Like there's a distinct polish and line work in them that quite a few people try to replicate but somehow fail at doing but I can't pinpoint exactly what it is. Can the look and feel of the style only be emulated irl or can it also be done digitally?

I'm actually tempted to make a thread just for discussing pulp art and the techniques behind them considering how flooded the catalog is with critique begging that should be in the generals. Would it be a good idea?
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>>3742934
Scanner obviously, retard.
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Is there any way I can make a yuri cartoon without any political backlash from each side , I don't give a shit about politics I just want to draw cute girls , is this to much to ask
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>>3744344
I don't live in a political environment but I heard from YouTube that if your cartoon has lesbians in it , it is automatically bad and political and I don't like politics but I like hot lesbians
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Could I make an ink brush pen by putting ink into a watercolor brush pen? I'm basically trying to make a pentel brush pen. If so, what ink should I use so the bristles don't clog? I heard rotring ink works
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>>3737043
if you think this way you will never progress
enjoy the process enjoy "wasting" those pencils or you will never git gud
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>>3742992
you suck
that's usually the answer
also post work
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>>3744385
I think you asked before in an art supply thread. It's not a good idea unless you're doing washes with ink because it'll clog.
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>>3744475
That wasn't me but thanks anon. Now that you mention it, I remember someone talking about ink washes in the old supply thread. Guess I'll just get the pentel and refill it
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>>3744481
yeah just get a blunt needle, 1ml syringe and some technical ink.
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im finding trouble studying on my own, is there any drawing regimes anybody could recommend?
or should i just keep drawing figures all day
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>>3744344
just make it, fanbases will be shitty any way
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I'm interested in making anime-related art on the side, do any of you guys know ways of making money from it? any tips? (even if it is just a few bucks)
is doing anime commissions worth it?
does original anime-art sell at all or only art from popular/seasonal series sell?
is it posible to make money from redbubble selling anime art? are there any other sites?
what are some types of anime art are profitable in your opinion?

>inb4 westerns can't into animu art
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any ateliers in Austin area worth the money?
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where do you guys find art? boorus, insta, twitter?
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>>3744389
No I meant, "why does no one respect my chosen art form?"
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How do you go about marketing YCHs on FA? Just post a reminder every couple of days or...?
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Anyone know where I can find Simon's tutorials?
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>>3745155
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>>3744344

Make it porn mostly. Nobody gives a shit if it's porn.
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>>3737047
just feel the form
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Is there an archive or ZIP of Vilppu's sketches? The best I can find is a bunch of Pinterest links, but it seems like everything is scattered across the Internet.
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>>3737025
How to get good really quick?
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>>3746761
just ~~draw~~ practice deliberately

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Practice_(learning_method)#Deliberate_practice
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>>3746764
How to draw practice deliberately?
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>>3746849
simply deliberate practice just means focused practice that has specific measurable goals, with the intention of improvement that is OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE meaning that it is usually inherently not fun and that has a feedback loop for example with a teacher (homework and critique loop) e.g. make a list of things you are bad and focus on couple of those (say hands, drapery, legs, armor) until you master them, then repeat. also you might want to read the book peak by anders ericsson.
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>>3744344
I thibk that's the safest "political" thing you can do. SJW types like LGBT representation, especially shows that focus on them. 4chan right wing types like hot girls, and they're fine with gay girls if you don't make a point out of it, especially if all of them are cute.
>I just want to draw cute girls
Your heart is in the right place. The chance of you upsetting more than a few people is very low.
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Which software is generally considered to be a good one? I downloaded Krita, but the UI is kinda messy in my opinion.
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I wish i could become a comic book penciller in a year and few months. Im neet and with polyphasic sleep and time for eating, toilet i could get 18 hours from a day to grind daily. 18 x 365 is 6570 so in about 7000h i wish i could become professional. I prefer more realistic style so huge portion of this time will be copying wrestling, mma, superhero movies, movies. So in pencil/ink only icould become professional by reading art books,grinding and drawing for 18hrs daily for year/year and half? Im afraid that is feverish dreaming or wishful thinking because every artist says that he was holding pencils/crayons even in his cradle.
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>>3737025
Are ateliers a good idea, and what skill level should you be at? Really I just want an alternative to college/wageslave
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In general. Is it ok to post commissioned pieces as PSD and/or full resolution on your Patreon?
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>>3747959
It's wishful thinking because I can guarantee that you won't be grinding for 18 hours EVERY DAY of year.
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>>3747959
You're not going to be drawing 18 hours as a neet. Realistically 8 hours of actual pencil to paper before you get fatigued.
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i'm way better at sketching and getting an idea across than making polished pieces. what are some good art careers for good sketchers?
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>>3747988
Look into the teachers at the ateliers, if you like what they create then it's probably a good atelier. They should be able to teach you at any lvl and the good thing about ateliers is you can retake classes.
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What are some ways to tell if what I have drawn is bad or not? How do I spot my mistakes? I want to practice but I am afraid I will keep drawing and just make the same mistakes over and over again and never improve.
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>>3749418
>What are some ways to tell if what I have drawn is bad or not?
A very common way is to flip the canvas, the errors instantly become more blatant when you do this.
Finding a good discord or whatever where you can get crits would be very good, also.
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>>3748120
What was in the licence agreement with the commissioner?
When in doubt, DON'T!
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Please don't laugh : how do you draw black people in black and white? In color? (it's probably complicated and not fixated but like what's the basis? Like white people are something like desaturated high value orange, right?)

Also what are their face specifics in a nutshell? I'm observation retarded and I need hints to see things, sorry.
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>>3749526
You need to study value.
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>>3749547
Ok, but how does the average (cause obviously there's various type of dark skin) black person skin differ from a caucasian white in types of value/lightness?
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>>3749526
black people is very dark in the shadow and very bright in the light. They have very weak midtones.
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Can you make it without going digital?
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how effective is copying/tracing as a means to improve your art, and what are the benefits? like looking at a photo or someone else's drawing and trying to redraw it. i used to do photos a lot but i don't tend to copy drawings much because of all the shaming of copying/tracing ive always seen around on other sites
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>>3749816
Wanna make gallery art? You don't need digital.

Wanna make games? Probably need digital.
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>>3749833
"REE DONT STEAL MY ART" you probably heard this on deviant art. Copying masters is a process as old as art. Its incredibly helpful and will give you insight into the work of artists you admire. Just don't post the work as your own. And remember to study the work, pay attention to detail don't just copy
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I'm looking for some portait drawing masters to study from, does anyone know any good artists? It seems like most people who pursue portrait drawing just work on raw technical skill and hyper realism. I want to find someone who is good, but has interesting work.
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>>3749865
what about comics, web or otherwise
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I'm a beginner but I want to learn by doing stuff rather than 100% studies.
Say I want to create a portfolio to have something to show on sites like Upwork. What kind of stuff is safe to appeal to most people? Certain styles/types of work? Is there a limit to the number of styles or is it a good thing to show totally different things? Any example of decent portfolios that are not too high level?
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are the zig water brushes worth getting in multiple if not all colors or would you be better off just sticking to a basic color set? seeing how you can do a lot already just by mixing and diluting
would you be better off just sticking to watercolor palettes?
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>>3749883
self-deprecating humor comics
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>>3749888
pls no
(do those actually still work nowadays?)
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>>3749897
its probably more or less oversaturated now but always seems to be popular

Pictures for Sad Children guy was right
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any place i can get mixed media or comic paper in bulk?
seems weird how i can only find mixed media paper for sketchbooks, and wanting comic book paper in bulk would seem like it would be something all artists would want. 40 pages for Deleter paper for $10-20 barely cuts it
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>>3749556
You can't give 1 answer because it depends on lighting. What I can tell you is that black skin has a darker local color than white skin.
It's like coloring a brunette vs. a blonde. The brightness of brown hair will change under different lighting. Depending on reflected light, even its hue can change. But it will generally be darker than blonde hair.
As always, look at a lot of reference to get a better idea.
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i wanna learn to paint, what do i need to learn?
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>>3749911
composition
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>>3737047
draw circles
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>>3742992
big thot
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>>3749913
care to elaborate?
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>>3749877
yes youll need to scan it in and tweak it even if you draw it by hand
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Is the market for 3d art less saturated/easier to get in than illustration? I'm at a point in which I don't know if I want to double down on 2d or switch to 3d. I know that if having a job is my concern maybe looking outside of art completely may be a safer bet, but I'd still like to know which is the less starve tier between illustration and 3d modelling, assuming there's even a difference.
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How important is a stylus type?
I have a Yoga and can buy a stylus but it's AES. I heard it's not as good as a wacom but I'd rather not buy a tablet and have to use both the laptop and the tablet since it means I have to find space for it when I'm out
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>>3750943
3d is more in demand in my experience
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Any good exercises you'd recommend for drilling your shadows? Drawing from life has been extremely helpful but I would like a way to practice working with light when that's not available.
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>>3751282
Referencing photography instead
Practicing basic forms (objects built from rectangular prisms, spheres, etc)
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>>3744385
the kuretake real brush pens might be something you want to look into if you want a brush pen that just colors
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Why does (average) women's lower body/hips appear larger than mens? Is it the different bone angle? More fat? If so how does the fat store?

Basically what's the difference between men and women lower body I guess.
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>>3751430
Mix of skeletal structure and fat. Women have larger hips/pelvic bones than men (for childbirth) and tend to store fat in the ass and thighs giving the "pear" shape. The fat distribution is something to get a feel for from reference, it's tough to pin down one way to construct it.
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What do boys? I went to art school for a year and a half, studied in italy and locally, i get so much anxiety i frankly can't stand school anymore, did far less classes last semester. I made 90+ oil paintings in 2018, too anxious or shy to get my work out there and network where i live (los angeles). All i can do is keep making my art but without an IN to the art world do i just kill myself one day when i can't handle the loneliness and pressure anymore?
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>>3737047
You gotta feel the form, but not just that. You've gotta imagine what it feels like to have nice smooth, elegant, plump breast hanging off your chest with a dress on as you slightly bend forward to inspect a foreign object and hold on to your crotch as to not have your skirt blow with the wind and embarace yourself in front of a 100 peepers. After all, It's the vilppu method.
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Any good sculpting apps for ipad pro?
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>>3737025
Whats the best book or books that one can use to learn how to draw animals?
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What is a "wash" in the context of paints and inks?
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>>3751773
A large, flat block of color, especially where the paint/ink is watered down or thin.
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What's going on lately in this board? Are they from /pol/?
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>>3749911
how to draw
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I run a webcomic series and I wanna know is there anyone I can pay to get good constructive criticism. Because I wanna try to do this for a living.
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>>3752185
Trolling attempt I guess. Could be /pol/.
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Does Clip Studio Paint have a feature like Photoshop's gradient mapping?
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Why does drawing with a tablet pen on a tablet feel so wrong to me? I feel like I can't even grip it right like I would a pencil and zooming in on a canvas feels so weird. Will I eventually get over this if I keep trying?
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>>3752696
I think im starting to get it. Am i suppose to be drawing from my wrist only if my tablet feels small?
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>>3752709
Avoid that if possible, since drawing from the wrist leads to more stress related injuries. On a small tablet, it might be inevitable, but remember to stretch and take breaks.
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>>3744961
twitter and pixiv
pixiv is better if you're looking for something in particular
>>3752654
I don't think so, the gradient mapping is more of a photo editing thing.
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>>3744344
Don't get baited into political argument and don't make obviously political bait (e.g: Tumblr aesthetic, condescending speech, virtue signaling or openly supporting or tweeting political people)

I mentioned Tumblr aesthetic specifically because that art style is very politically loaded due to its high adoption rate within fringe Tumblr communities.

Anime is mostly a-political and enjoyed by all sides so it's easy to avoid it.

Try not to be too dialogue heavy or have a "message". People will instantly start to assume shit. Make it very clear you are in it for the emotional/sexual appeal and nothing but.
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>>3752882
Stop talking out of your ass please.

https://www.clip-studio.com/site/gd_en/csp/userguide/csp_userguide/500_menu/500_menu_layer_shikichou_guradation.htm
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What are some ballpoint pens that don't gather globs of ink at the tip while being used? I have a Bic GripRoller that never gets then, and conversely I have a Bic fine point that gets huge globs at the slightest use. What are some others?
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I'm a beg and afraid to post I decided to force myself to have social media and post something regularly on it. If I'm really bad do you think I should still post everyday to get the habit, anything, studies or imagination? Coul it be detrimental in some way? I thoght it'd be fun to leave a trace of what a beginner I was if I ever get good at some point, but then wouldn't i put people off by posting daily, sketchy stuff?
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Why buy sketchbooks if I can buy 5x the amount of print paper sheets for the same price?
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I usually only draw digital or printing paper, I bought this
https://www.amazon.com/Canson-Smudge-Resistant-Sketch-Hardbound/dp/B00MB1W8W4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546730004&sr=8-1&keywords=B00MB1W8W4
But I find the paper to be pretty weird, kinda "grainy", I don't know how to explain it.
What other kind of paper is good for drawing in pen/pencil? Any cheap sketchbook rec?
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Why do people buy "adoptables"? What is it with this trend?
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>>3753127
Only buy archival sketchbooks, toned paper, or mixed media for more finished piece, travel or wet medium. If you're practicing best to go with smooth newsprint paper since it's cheap, smooth as to not wear down your pencil as fast either
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>>3753258
I can't find newsprint easily and it seems better to just buy print paper instead.
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>>3752511
WHy pay people? Just ask various communities online
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Is blumberpie browsing this board
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Are you really supposed to not show most of your artwork to others?
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>>3754394
That's not true, where'd you get that idea?
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is mikufag still around
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>>3754398
I'm talking about people who talk about drawing for fun. It's a little hard to have fun when you're thinking about having to show it to others all the time. Is art just not for me? Should I have gone at it harder when I was younger?
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>>3754401
do you like making art? if yes, then it is for you. No need to make it complicated. You don´t have to show it to others, but you can if you want to!
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>>3754401
It doesn't matter whether or not you show it to others. The main point of "drawing for fun/yourself" is that you get gratification just from having made something, and if you enjoy showing it to others, that's a nice bonus. If I were you I'd just focus on improving until art is rewarding and the learning process feels smooth.
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>>3754399
He posts at random. Not as much as she used to.
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>>3754517
sad
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I'm super bad and I know this isn't awesome either, but how do I color like this? The transition between shadow? There seems to be blur all around too? What kind of colors do I chose?
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>>3753055

pls
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>>3754825
Nobody wants to see beginner "studies" clog up their feed. Keep it either to yourself or a place that encourages beg studies. Actually /ic/ has a place where you can post things and maybe be motivated to keep it a habit. It's called /DAD/ just find it in the catalog.
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Should I use 3-point perspective for slight angles up or down? Or just 2-point?
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>>3754822
just by glancing, it appears like they're using a warm-cool (or vice versa depending on where it is) hue gradient inside the shadows instead of just going straight to the color of the shadow to the base color. also reflections of the background/adjecent colors (see the gray-blue in the snakes)
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I can't find a rate thread so going to post this here. Is this good? The resin I use to shape everything starts to melt at 40 degrees celsius which is 104 fahrenheit so right now it's soft to touch and will remain like this until the heat dies down.
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what is the chinese man called that rotates boxes in his head?
I remember a drawing of him of a mermaid on fishermans table as a dead fish
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>>3755069
Mr proko pinko san
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>>3742939
You need perspective to draw fucking parallel lines, once you know that use them to mark where are the key points of the thing you want to make on symmetrical.
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>>3755075
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>>3754958
You're right thanks. But what if it's not studies tho, but from imagination? Guess I could just try and see if people get interested and if not delete at some point and keep it clean.
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>>3751430
Women usually have wider hips to ease childbirth, which is also why wide hips seem more attractive to us, as it shows that the woman is better suited for reproduction.
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>>3751430
>>3755628
everyone has their own standard of beauty, do not pander to horny anons

>>3751571
i'm sorry anon. you're gonna have to network. if you're really anxious in social situations maybe visit a doctor, propanalol helped me out a lot with that. or build a stronger online presence, if that's easier for you than face to face interaction. there are i think guides about how to approach galleries, see if your school library has any

>>3752511
jesse hamm has a patreon, i think he does critiques sometimes

>>3753250
they don't have design skills to make their own ocs, but they still want a cute oc, so they outsource the design bit
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>>3755016
3 but you can fake it if you're consistently pointing in a similar direction. this is easy to do in 1 point where you can do the entire image in 1 and then add in a second point later on for very slightly sloping lines.
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>>3755021
Thanks. In terms of pure transition tho, how do you do soft stuff like that? Simply blending or any effect? And can anyone confirm there's some sort of blur effect all over the picture and how to do it? (overall layer effect or something, or blur tool in a certain way?)
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>>3755628
>tfw you love wide hips but you don't want reproduction
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>>3752962
APPARENTLY the GripRoller is water-based and therefore a rollerball instead of a ballpoint, so that must be why it doesn't form globs. Are there really no ballpoints that don't get them?
Also, the fine point is actually a Faber-Castell, not Bic. Sorry for all the misunderstandings.
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Having this sensitivity issue with photoshop but none of the other software I have.
Only info I could find was to get over it and get used to ctrlz.
Anyone have a similar issue?
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Sooo
Where do I start color? I know like or everything I'd have to learn reality before simplifying, but I'm braindead and don't have much time to learn, and I just wanna cellshade clean stuff. But I don't even know how to pick colors tha don't look like shit. Or what or saturation to chose. There are simplified anatomy models, is there some sort of simplify color course online? YT vid? Anything?
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I just got a surface book 2, and a surface pen. What are great programs for just plain old sketching?
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What's the difference between paint, ink and pigment?
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>>3756613
>ink
watery, goes in pen
>paint
can be viscous, goes on brush
>pigment
the part of the paint/ink that gives it color, as opposed to the part that makes its consistency
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>>3756624
ink can be viscous too like used in printing.
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>>3756587
CSP is 50usd rn
https://www.clipstudio.net/en/purchase
Just do it. Most people love it, and you can also do animation and comics in it as a bonus if that's your thing.
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>>3756655
no, don't. wait for the inevitable $25 sale which might happen around valentine's day or whatever. just check during weeks.
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>>3756690
Yeah maybe bu unless you're broke I mean fuck 50 is nothing for such a great software
Fuck Photoshop. Shit is the same price for 2 month subscription, this is ridiculous.
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>>3756725
I'm just saying that because I got it last Valentine's day sale roughly. He can probably get by with Krita and Autodesk Sketchbook until then or deciding to buy PS if they want to go that route since both are free.
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How do I make a brush with an outline like this?
Is there a guide somewhere or a brush pack?
Preferably for csp
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I can't find any good tut for drawing female genitals. Vaginas are scary pls help
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>>3756779
have you ever looked at the settings, manual, or google? it's one of the first things i found in the program when i bought it. you'd do the same thing with a stroke effect on layer in ps
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I started working and I need to travel 4 hours everyday, in which I do nothing but listen to music or watch videos, what are some good tips/apps to get art gains while traveling?
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>>3756826
a pen and paper
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>>3756825
Always thought it was a brush with an outline and could never find anything about it, didn't know about layer properties.
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>>3756841

bruh
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>>3755989
it looks like they're either using some smudge tool or a blur thing. id try normal cell shading and then use an airbrush-esque blend tool after. depends what program you're using i suppose. not sure about layer effects since i don't use those much
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Does drawing software change the quality of an artwork ?
I mean I know bigger the size the better but does drawing programs change the quality or something ?
Sorry for asking something so autistic.
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>>3739656
This is literally the default photoshop brush on pressure sensitivity, and opacity sensitivity and in some places the airbrush
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>>3741766
Anime is drawn on paper, scanned, then aliased, & filled in in the Retas suit of programs. Retas is a suit of digital animation programs developed by toei since the 90s and 99.9% of anime from the modern age uses them. Retas was recently integrated into CSP so clip studio now has their capabilities.

Anything else is done in the studio/ creator's program of choice. I think gainax at some point used photoshop for airbrushing and effects, editing, compiling, and final cut can all be done in premier, after effects, or whatever program the studio feels like.

They get those crisp strokes by drawing clean on paper. for the most part all they do to the lines is to alias them for filling and blur them later.
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>>3742334
no, because the cloths effect the skin underneath optimally. Even in superheros where getting such tight fit would never be possible irl they usually have some indication of cloths being there.
some things skin tight cloths to to the body
1)keep tits together
2)keep dick from flapping around
3)usually compresses some of the tissue towards the body more and some less
4) folds ( depending on how tight or realistic it is)
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>>3742880
what essentially you are trying to get with a camera is the same thing that happens with a scanner. The only reasons why you wouldn't use a scanner is because
a) canvas wet
b) canvas won't fit the scanner
c) scanner broke

Scanning ( unless done in very high dpi) doesn't take that long either, so by the time you get the camera right you could have gotten a real good scan and been off already
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>>3743520
Very clean hard and soft edges
be good at drawing
add noise
you won't be able to perfectly replicate the look with digital, if you want it to look identical you will have to do it in the original medium, oil. You could get the general feel down, but if you want the exact aesthetic that stuff is usually crucial.
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>>3744344
Draw what you want
steer away from the cesspool
everybody gets hate,As long as you don't get baited you should be fine
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>>3744385
If you have the money to go shopping for specific watercolor fill bursh why not just look for ones that are specific to ink like fabercastel?
Those are usually cheap and you can fill em with india ink after they go dry.
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>>3752696
You learn to get used to it.
It's never gonna be as good as paper though, so if you can't take it, learn traditional and get good at scanning.
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>>3753055
If you want to archive your progress feel free to do so but don't let that get in the way of your training. You can grow your social media game once your art gets really good, but if you suck then even if you can get eyes you won't get many follows. so as long as it doesn't interfere with your progress, go for it.
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>>3753237
Printer paper is the best paper I have ever used for 90% of media, even wet stuff in moderation like ink and acrylics.
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>>3751571
From the point where you actually consider killing yourself is the point where you should take yourself out of a situation and reach out for medical help.. You can have a whole life ahead of you for drawing, but if that's the situation you are in right now. get help.
After that, you can go back to drawing, and ifyou re afraid showing your art online just be anonymous. You don't have to have any irl information about you in your art social media. see what response you would get without the possibility to be recognized for it later.
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>>3754822
Very high saturation
lost of sub surface scattering and red for the shadows on the body
relatively high contrast
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>>3757674
If you suck then no drawing program will help.
If you are good different programs will make different things easier/faster/more convenient, but in the end the quality will show through either way.
In the end program doesn't matter too much as long as you are comfortable and can improve your own skills
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>>3757872
That's not what I was referring to. I was referring to image quality.
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>>3757902
Why would a drawing program mess with the image quality?
What you export is what you get.
Some programs are heavier and it will be harder to get 4k+ canvas size but that's more up to how your PC can handle them
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Should I put ice on my arm if it hurts?

>>3756810
Go on a booru, search for vagina or any specific part, then copy all that you see. Then go to /s/ on a vagina thread and copy all that you see.
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>>3755628
according to vilppu, it's not the hips, it's the thighs
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What's a good alternative for Perspective Made easy?
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>>3758121
Just look up perspective videos online.
There's a good one from comic pro secrets and the box office artist
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>>3758025
Alright thanks man.
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Is there better way to smear charcoal or am I stuck with coal fingers?
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>>3755069
kim jung gi
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>>3758639
chamois, brush, blending stump, tortillion but your fingers are still gonna be some of the best tools
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Looking to experiment with painterly styles of rendering. Where would you recommend I go either in sticky and/or elsewhere to give this a try? Biggest thing I'm having trouble with is putting together color palettes as I do most of my rendering with blending layers.
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How do I apply sculpture experience to drawing?
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Is there anywhere in particular you find references? Google is a shit show for me.
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>>3758096
ice will only hide the pain, it won't heal you.
If your arms often hurt, maybe your posture is bad?
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>>3737025
Been thinking of getting a Surface Book 2 for the all-in-one solution to everything I need.

Of course at 3.2G's I have to wonder if I'm getting the best of the best in terms of drawing. Mind you, I also do game-dev shit, and I am studying certificates out the ass these days and would prefer to do it at a coffee shop or something so I wouldn't consider it for just the touch screen.

Of course, I could just get a beefy computer for less and a seperate drawing screen tablet to it. Anyone has experience for drawing on it?
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>>3756810
https://www.ohjoysextoy.com/sexy-drawing-lessons/
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Assuming that I'm drawing 3-6 hours per day in the ways that seem the most productive for building skill, when will I be able to make something that's actually mildly pleasant to look at?

I realize that this would vary person to person, but what I'm really asking is for your own experiences.
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>>3760063
Doesn't ice inhibit inflammatory processes? If so then it can definitely heal or help with it.
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>>3760783
Everything I draw is mildly pleasing because I don't have depression.
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How the fuck do you even become this good at painting little girls?
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>>3761154
Real life reference and observation is the best way. I have 2 daughters so I'm pretty lucky - I don't have to pay for a model.
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>>3761170

"Hello, sir, I couldn't help noticing that you've been sitting on that bench, looking at the girls playing on the grass for a couple hours now while scribbling on your notebook - would you care to explain yourself?"
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Hello gentlemen can you please redirect me to some kind of facial expression tutorial/anatomy, but not just "here is smile. here is angry. etc", rather something that explains how facial muscles act to pull all of this together. Preferably simplified, not full on 100% anatomy.
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>>3761184
>>3761184
"No worries madam, I'm an artist. I'm drawing them without their clothes to further my understanding of their subtle forms."
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What is my goal in a study? Am I just trying to figure out what I'm looking at and transferring it to paper? How specific does it have to be? I want to jump in and sketch everything but I always get overwhelmed with over drawing it.
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lets say i have a 60 pages porn comic
(not only porn, but still very explicit)
and lets say it's good enough, how do i make money with it on the internet?
is print a better way?
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What's the division of labour like for writer/artist comic teams? Asking from the writerly side; from here, the art stuff looks like the hard and time-consuming part, but maybe that's because I can't draw anyway.
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I move my head close to my screen when I draw as a holdover from using a sketchbook
how do I stop this and/or protect my eyes
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How do you draw eyes proportionally and in perspective?
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im trying to fill a sketchbook, any option to add color except for water paint/markers?
because water makes my paper ugly
and markers are too expensive
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>>3762658
markers
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>>3762724
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>>3745492
https://m.imgur.com/r/Art/mlvOhvj
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>>3762658
prisma colors
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>>3762658
Get those cheap off-brand copics. It should be good enough for sketches
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>>3762876
thank you so much friend, they look nice and good price
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>>3762879
they bleed through my cheap sketchbook paper
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>>3762902
colored pencils
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I've been trying to mimic the "Mid-2000s Furry Webcomic" kind of look . Do you guys have any tips or anything?
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>>3737025
Where do I start?
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I'm slowly drawing my way out of aphantasia.
Is visualisation supposed to follow eye movements? I feel like I've practiced the ability to project into my eyesight instead of in my mind. I don't know how to tell since it's dim and blurry. Also is it possible to play snake or Tetris in your mind eye? And how is it different from sleep hallucinations?
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>>3761888
This.
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>>3763088
read the entirety of the sticky
gl
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tl;dr beginner would really appreciate tips on drawing clean, large groups of people and monsters

I recently finished running a tabletop game for a group of players and really want to do a huge picture with all of their characters and every substantial figure in the story.

I have read the sticky, beginner's guide, have a tablet, some familiarity with SAI/GIMP/Krita, (usually use GIMP) but have little to no grasp on fundamentals. My drawings usually are heavily referenced from other images, and while I have no issue with taking the time to get better at drawing, and know that I need to draw a lot more to make something that looks very good. I'm happy and they're happy with whatever I can do at my current skill level.

This is everything I want to include in the picture:

-6 main characters (focus of the image)
-3 main supporting characters (with the main 6)
-6 main villains
-36 minor NPCs
-3 armies
-several groups of multiple monsters/villagers/corpses
-1 kaiju-sized bio-weapon shaped like a spider fighting 1 dragon the size of 3 mountains in the background

Since I know very little about composition, I really have no fucking clue how to put this all in one picture and have it not look like a fucking mess. Would greatly appreciate any tips or suggestions on the composition, making the player characters stand out, and how to keep it looking dynamic. This is the rough rough draft I made of the placement for everything, I would be happy to post some reference or some of my more recent drawings if that would be helpful with getting constructive feedback.

I also wanted to put a medieval-styled border around the image with the names, the homemade calendar I made of their campaign, their favorite handout (a royal wedding invitation that they all worked hard for), and all the NPC names at the bottom. Might be way too much shit, I don't know, just looking for some feedback.
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why is my visual library so shit??? why can i not remember how anything looks or feels despite drawing is numerous times?
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how do i utilize and learn from an anatomy book effectively?
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>>3763207
all noobs take their eyeballs for granted.

just open your eyes you stupid chink. and really 'look' - stop trying to cerebrallize every aspect of consciousness. stop overcomplicating. just peel your fucking eyeballs open and deadass stare at a motherfucker.
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I draw AWFUL when I look at a reference, but better when I don't. Even if it's the same posed model. If I glance at the ref once then draw on my own it's ok. But if I follow the ref my drawing looks good awful and the proportions are all wrong. Why, and how do I fix
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>>3763272
deadass stare at what when drawing from imagination? I can draw a passable drawing when there's a reference in front of me
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>>3763169
You ever seen one of those movie poster style posters for video games? Copy one of those. Like, literally just copy it and change the faces.
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>>3763332
...that's actually brilliant, holy shit. I can't believe I hadn't thought of that. Thank you!
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do things ever "click" for you guys? one year in and I still struggle to even start sketching a body, mostly due to not practicing the right things I guess
I do well when I have a redline but that's all the hard work and thinking done for me
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>>3761888

"I understand, but is it really necessary to draw them in all those improper poses?"
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>>3763355
Little things clicked for me. Somewhere between perspective, mannikins and anatomy and hours of fucking around with value and I had a lot of little moments. The big switch getting flicked was when I fucked off from dreary studies and went outside to sketch and paint.
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>>3763298
deadass stare at shit nigrome
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>>3763549
thanks
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When starting a blog/twitter do you post a few things even if they'll end up with no reactions just so they appear when someone visits your profile?
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>>3763598
Yes
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>>3763332
extremely happy with how this is coming out. thanks again dude
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Any tips on making pupils line up correctly so you don't end drawing a character with a lazy eye?
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How do I draw perspective in Sai without all my lines looking wobbly or thicker in some parts? Do I go over each line and clean it up? I can draw perspective pretty well on paper but on tablet it just seems like a hassle.
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>>3764198
Mess with the stability features at the top, don't use the S-# ones because they'll just make you worse in the long run.
All the pressure settings are on the left, you can make the minimum size closer to the maximum or change the flow of the pen at the bottom tree of brush options I think.
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Anyone else have their Huion penz come with an absolute shit charger? I got the Kamvas GT191 and one pen doesn't flat out charge and the other I had to tape it to the charger for it to charge enough for my average session.
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>>3763905
This was something that helped me, from Alvin Lee's Schoolism course. The eye construction, heroine, hatching, and hand parts were really helpful for me.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VIg9gMwHmQ&t=35s

Practice drawing sets of eyes together. For the construction he would use parallel lines in perspective, then drop vertical lines through the core of the eye and another for the direction the eyes were facing. Then you can match up the pupils on those newly placed parallel lines. Think of the eyes as oranges that you slice into for the visible portion of the eye, the slice marks the location of the upper and lower eyelid. Makes it easier to wrap lines around the form if you want to hint at double lids or upper/lower lids. Anime eyes are just larger slices out of the orange.
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Are there any books or tutorials regarding drawing nature and landscapes?
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Is there any way to create a hidden, or password protected, stack in Procreate? I'd like to start doodling some lewds but I'm paranoid that someone will be flicking through my iPad one day and find them.
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>>3764773

I use VeraCrypt to create password protected partitions on Windows machines. I've looked at their website and they don't support FagOS but they do have some links to thirdparty applications that support the OS.

https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/Android%20%26%20iOS%20Support.html
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>>3764773
Not that I know of. The best you can do is restrict applications from accessing photos. Maybe try saving in some convoluted stack of folders like not cp/definitelynot/don'tclick/etc or own up to the fact you draw that shit. I don't let anyone use my personal devices so maybe that won't work.
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Values, what's the best source you have found for learning values? Book and or video tutorial.
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>>3764828
do a bargue plate with value like https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OkmMRNlROlc&index=3&list=PL3aPoNPQSJnSJVw2_GUVR7jC0nbnksq6F&t=0s then color and light by ryan lang where you can learn more about film comps.

ctrl paint also has decent resources for values in free and premium tuts.
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- How do I do a solid linear? Use a flat marker like pen on CSP and then go back over certain lines to make thm thicker for shadows and closer parts to the viewer? Any tips for clean lineart besides stabilizer?

- What do I need to learn for drawing furry?
Animal anatomy, or can you actually make something decent by just slapping animal face on humanoid body?

- How do you drraw furry hair? Any rule? Like, it can't cover the whole head like human hair I suppose? Is it a simplified version of haircuts?

- What are some actual solid furry artist, technically?

- I know it differs for everyone, but let's say on average for someone that knows what he's doing, how long should a standard complexity character sketch, lineart, and color take? Flat or paint.
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>>3764943
>How do you drraw furry hair? Any rule? Like, it can't cover the whole head like human hair I suppose? Is it a simplified version of haircuts?

You can totaly do human hair. I just do tufts or do hairstyles out of manes, I think those are cool.

>What are some actual solid furry artist, technically?

My boy Chunie!
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Am I stuck grinding Loomis or are there other good resources can look at for learning the planes of the face?
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>>3765207
simple asaro and hampton
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>>3739656
That is not opacity as >>3757758 suggests but rather flow sensitivity
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>>3737025
how long do you have to practice to get good?
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Does anyone know of good fountain pen ink for drawing with? I've only tried pilot so far but wondering about other brands to look for.
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>>3766698
I like diamine and sailor. Color choice is probably more important. I thought I'd like green but it's really only good for writing and is too drab with the water brush. A sanguine or purple would probably be nicer. There's a lot of colors to choose from, not that you should.
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>>3766698
i haven't done it but you could try one of those goulet pens samplers. my drawing experience is limited with noodler's and iroshizuku. i mostly stick with some type of water-resistant or waterproof black because of watercolor though.
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how long would it take a storyboarder, on average, to board an action sequence? i'm trying to set a pace without beating myself up.
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>>3762499
Fly to Comiket and sell physical copies, it's the best way to get your name out into those circles
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>>3744344
Oh hey, I didn't expect to see you on two boards.
How's the wife/tulpa?

https://desuarchive.org/co/thread/105000902
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>>3739656
Hard round
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>>3767364
I was thinking of trying one of pilots sample packs since I've tried their burnt Siena which leaves a nice pink when used with water.
>>3767182
I was gonna try a sanguine sometime, I'll check out the diamond and sailor brand, thanks
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>>3766466
Not sure if you're serious but there's no straight answer to this.
It depends on the time you put in, and how you work (like not working mindlessly and analyzing your work and other stuff)
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>>3767776
walnut/sepia ink and red inks are nice to sketch with as well
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IcVy8fg6jQ
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Can anyone explain of colored light sources (well, everything is colored, but to understand things better, say I'm trying to understand things with extreme examples such as say, blue, green or red saturated lights, etc) act on the subject? How they affect the different planes? (plane facing the light, halftone, in shadow, to simplify. Which one catches what, does every one of them mix with the colored light, etc)

Not sure if clear, but if you have any idea or tutorial about this...

Also how do you paint a skin that's affected by a strongly colored light? Say the skin is an "average color", and the light is some kind of blue, if the skin is facing that light, do you just pick something halfway between those 2 hues for the skin?

Now that I'm thinking about it, maybe there's some kind of software or app that simulates various lighting situations?
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>>3767904
there's something called Handy Art Reference Tool that's under $3 and lets you set up lighting scenarios/angles on anatomy models
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Since I started taking art seriously, when I draw I actually focus and fele everything in a really tense way and my head starts to hurt. Am I retarded or is this a thing, and does it actually get better with experience?
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>>3767904
observing from life is best. after that it would be learning a 3d rendering like blender cycles or something.

>>3768026
stress/tension headaches. relax.
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>>3768045
Yeah I guess, I'm trying really hard to imprint the concepts in my head and override a lifetime of bad habits so I must be killing my brain. Will try to relax in some way.
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Anyone know how to achieve this is SAI 2? Half the settings for brushes were changed up.
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How do you twitter? Goddamn thing ain't getting me anywhere.
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When I'm drawing a certain pose, I find myself often subconsciously doing the same pose and then exaggerating muscles/tension in the figure based on how my body feels. Is this normal or am I retarded?
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>>3768436
retarded
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How did traditional mangakas draw such clean white lines on a black background?.

All the white inks I’ve tried are not opaque enough.
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>>3769063
Xerox hides all.
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>>3769063
leaving the white there in the first place, levels/threshold adjustments, correction fluid/white ink. you could blue pencil the white lines and ink around them or know what you're doing without the blue pencil.
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So...how do I...draw veins on a dick (pacement, shape etc what's the logic behind those)
Asking for a friend
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Everytime I flip my drawings they look slanted as fuck. It's easy to fix on digital, but I'd rather just not draw it all fucked up anymore. How do I get rid of this habit?
Also, besides Pinterest, what's a good place to get fashion ref? Specially 19th century shit.
Thanks in advance.
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>>3769359
Comparative measurement and reilly method
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>>3769359
Closing your dominant eye and looking through a Claude glass or other a(u)rtistic device.
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What are the best things I can learn with charcoal? Blending and value? What else?
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What do you guys recommend for a good tablet? Trying to get one with a display so I can see what Im doing.
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Does anyone have any book recommendations or resources for learning gouache?
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>>3767904
Colored light reaches an object like every other type of light. It reaches a plane facing it directly most strongly, and fades out if the plane curves away. Depending on how the light is positioned, it could just touch the rim, cover nearly an entire object, or somewhere in between.
A plane in shadow won't pick up the color. An exception is if, for whatever reason, the colored light is reflected back up on the plane. Honestly I think using the same hue for a main colored light and reflected light is kind of boring though, more fun to set up the picture so that you can have 2 different colors for that.

Here are some things I've noticed about colored light on skin. Might be wrong because I'm kinda inexperienced in this area too.
>The stronger and more direct the colored light is, the closer the skin's color will get to the pure light color.
>Colored light will never make the skin's color darker. The darker the colored light, the weaker the effect is on the skin. (If you shine a black-colored light on something, it won't turn the object black.) For this reason I think colored light can look stronger and clearer on an area where the object would otherwise be shadowed. Other light is drowning it out less.
>If you're a traditional artist, you absolutely need reference, look up some photography. If you go in and try to mix the skin color with blue blindly, it will probably look muddy and come across as blue skin, not light.
>If you're a digital artist, reference is still good, and look at some. but your life is easier because you have blending modes. Consider using overlay layers close to gray to bring out certain tones in the skin subtly (should be lighter in value than 50%). Consider screen layers, although these can desaturate the object quickly. Consider addition/luminosity layers to convey intense light, although this can get overpowering quickly, so tread lightly.

Eventually you will get some kind of intuition but look at reference a lot. Photo especially
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Absolutely none of the resources for learning I’ve used are helping me learn. What do?
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>>3770471
what did you use?
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>>3770475
I’ve used DrawABox, Loomis for a short period, tried a couple figure drawing sites, nothing is clicking, I just can’t “get it” i guess. It’s like nothing is being digested because everything I draw ends up looking like ass
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>>3770481
It'll look ass for a very long time. You just gotta keep going.
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How do you anons do smaller details? Is there any workflow for painting smaller details faster?
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>>3770481
Can you post some of your stuff?
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>>3770497
this is something I drew in my free time a few days ago.
This is probably the best thing i can make in all honesty
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>>3770497
and here is a figure drawing I made a while back (took about 20 minutes iirc)
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>>3770507
I'd say your biggest issues are line confidence and forms. You have to learn how to state forms with better clarity and execute them with confident linework.
Try to return to exercises like Dynamic Sketching and focus on learning how to draw simpler shapes like boxes and cylinders with more confidence.
Also, if Loomis don't work very well for you, try Vilppu, Huston or Proko for a change of pace.
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>>3770507
You should try to do some daily gesture drawings. Quickposes is the best for tracking your poses.
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>>3770481
do dodson keys to drawing and steve huston figure drawing book. guptill rendering in pen and ink too or other pen and ink technique books
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how cheap can I look at for a laptop that can reliably run clip studio paint & use a screen tablet?
my PC busted and I'm moving countries soon anyways so it isn't practical for me to buy a new PSU, rather just invest in later.
I have a xppen 16 if that matters.
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>>3771274
Look up recommended specs for Clip Studio.

I'd imagine a simple duo core with integrated graphics support would be your best bet to get a decent experience. 8-16GB of RAM if you plan on using Chrome, and the tablet. Depends if the tablet has built in RAM and processors for Clip studio. Might consider more cores if you plan on doing lots of image processing.

It'd look like it could be in the $400-$600 range.
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>>3771488
Hey thanks for the reply.

CSP seems to at minimum require not a lot judging by a quick Google search. Recommended a 960m and an i7-7700hq (minimum said don't even need a GPU). My real concern comes from the tablet as it's essentially just a second screen and as far as I'm aware has no hardware itself for performing. But that price range really helps a lot, thanks, I'm not all too up to date with this stuff I got into digital art purely cause the tablet was a gift (though am enjoying it immensely, when I can). Going to take that price range and have a look tomorrow. Thanks again, a lot.
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i made a thread about getting an agent and it got delet, why?
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>>3771274
Not sure if this helps but I have an I5 Surface pro 2 and it runs it so any model above that should be good
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>>3772274
No doubt that will help. Thanks friend.
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My current place doesn't have any commercial atelier for me to attend, but I need to draw human figure from life. Anyone has experience on how to hire models for drawing? How much do you pay to hire a nude model? Is it based on hour or session? What do you state in your contract? Is it possible to hire toddlers and young kids and how to pay them?
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Anyone has a recent and legit art school homework/assignments so I can put my portfolio together accordingly and actually has a short term goals?





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