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Is Gobelins a good art school? I always thought they were supposed to be one of the best animation schools in the west.
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Hey, I think the same about you (a retard), so it's all right.
Maybe we're not so different after all.
>more esl nodraw babble
I'm not reading that.
>This stupid notion of well maybe if we adapt and use it ourselves is the biggest cope i've ever seen lmao
Yeah it’s cope, but it’s also coming from ai troons wanting artists to lower themselves down to their level so they can feel like one of them. Then you have genai companies wanting artists to subscribe to their paid models, they’re using fear to market it
>*normal non artists seize the means of ART production*
>lefty artist: WAIT NOT LIKE THAT!!!!
>they can't call out my commie actions if I accuse them of being commies first
>(hand rubbing intensifies)
post nose, kike

I hate this trannycore "art" style where it's some anime girl rambling incoherently. It's incredibly annoying and unfunny and overused but everyone thinks it's great
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OP is still mind broken due to being mogged by mentally ill trannies, give it a year or two and he'll move on by then.
this but unironically
>i hate hwen girls rub their pussy
op is a gaylord
1. I want my art and animations to be good
2. I want to be rich
3. I want health and happiness for all my family
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op is a gaylord

1. my job lets me actually program things
2. i get a better job this time next year thanks to the things i learned in this job
3. i get decent at art this year / leave permabeg

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Post the first piece of art you currently have vs your most recent. Let's see how far we've come. still beg so go easy
left: jan 2023, first genuine attempt at art
right: march 2024
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Got inspired to draw after watching pewdipie 30 days drawing video.
some drawings from 2022 to some /co/ drawings 2 weeks ago?

I remember the drawings on the left taking me ages to do too - the ones on the right take me like 30 minutes to do now? + 10-20 minutes if I colour them?

good thread OP it's nice to see progress laid out
turns out these are from 2021. This witch is from 2022 - this originally took me about a day to draw - this redraw was around 45 minutes for both drawings and coloring. While the character appears more expressive now, I think original has superior coloring but I'm gonna chalk that up to the program I used, CSP compared to drawpile here
Drawpile has a lot of good brushes now, it's basically a full-fledged conventional drawing program. Check out the new version and join the /ic/ Drawpile sometime!

What's with that indentation between her nose and eye?

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I’m struggling to find sources such as books to learn to draw these cool artistic “backgrounds” I don’t even know how to call them honestly but I think they look really cool and I’d like to learn how to make them
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I used to fiddle around with Photoshop, finding source material online and morphing them with filters in search for stuff that I could use in Second Life. This was a texture meant for a build,and originally was an orange photo of dripping ice. I find true abstract art respectfully incomprehensible, not a thing that I normally spend the rare drawing time on,but lately I have been tossing out surreal imagery in some new comics,but I abandoned them in favor of other projects,but they have potential if I bothered to give the ideas more development instead of a plunge directly to the Comic Standard Bristol board that I have a limited supply of,then I might have continued it. I I'll post one next. It has a character drinking Chaos tainted wine,and the brief transformation sequence it manifests.
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It’s called abstract urban art for those who wanna know
I feel like certain types abstract art have potential to make comics more interesting
Have made and attempt yet? Have you ask yourself what is it about it that you like?

a good drawing is the aftermath of having fun. it's what is left on the page after you had fun with your pencil

if you ever think anything like "I hope this turns out good/is up to a certain standard of quality/I hope I become great" while you are drawing you will not make a good drawing
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I think you're entangling outcomes of expression with something on the order of desire.

I agree that what's left is a product of utensil function. here for brevity i'll say f(x) = x times "fun" divided by "I hope this turns out good" and there's like a graph where the function is in the "actually good" quadrant or the "actually bad" quadrant

I agree that desires or expectations can negatively impact creativity and I also think defining "good" with a singular judgement about whether or not I was thinking "I hope this turns out good" is an insufficient parameterization.

There are no good drawings(obstensibly, no bad drawings) there are just drawings and our values layered on top saying that the drawing is good or bad.
> if you ever think anything like "I hope this turns out good/is up to a certain standard of quality/I hope I become great" while you are drawing you will not make a good drawing
Perhaps, but you'll experiment and learn stuff

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I don't know any brush that can do that.
i think its a matter of messing around with the pen pressure settings in your drawing program/tablet driver. pen pressure further into the 'soft' curve should give you that kind of line weight variety. i think. its been a while since i messed around with it

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How can I learn to draw like this?
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just draw
you are asking how to render.

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How do I make him look more horrified and less like a confused faggot?
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don't look at yourself in the mirror for reference
Some are okay but yeah, the majority suck ass. /beg/ in particular is not that helpful.
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my take
I've never been good with big expressions though

What are you doing? Go draw edition

This is a thread to discuss all kinds of digital drawing hardware.

>Tablet news: all's quiet on the western front

Recommended tablets:
>Pen tablets (non display)
Wacom Intuos pro
Huion Inspiroy
Xencelab Pen Tablet
XP Pen Deco 01 v2 / Pro

>Display tablets
Wacom Cintiq pro

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no way official balls crossover
For the love of fuck I can't get my XP pen drawing monitor to only display the same shit as my main monitor. I literally had it working not too long ago, but some fucking update or something fucked it up. I can get it to work just fine when connecting to my laptop, but I want to use my PC.
The settings don't do shit and the XP pen display always functions as a separate monitor and it's becoming a real pain in the ass.
No matter how much I try to reword my Google search, all the results are people who WANT to use this feature, and nobody trying to disable it.
>everything I click on this options menu keeps the tablet displaying this second monitor
>click the dropdown to select different monitors
>set full screen
>customize screen area
No combination of any of these settings changes literally anything.
Also as an aside, my computer keeps fucking changing where it saves my screenshots and now it's saving them to some retarded "gamer" folder or something. God in fucking heaven fuck Windows and their dumb fucking updates.
That's not handled by your tablet software. Change it in the OS. If you have Windows go to display settings -> change 'extend these displays' to 'duplicate'
Speaking of, got any links even for your older version?
Non early
Brand new
Freshly baked
Delicious bread

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How the fuck did he go from this?
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Yes I do, Ely is the best thing to come from it, it's just shit beyond that.
Palma is simply better elyfag
I hope this dude's alright. This is absolutely horrific art compared to OP pic. Guy needs a break.
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Just because you cropped them doesn't mean we can't still find the source, faggot-ass OP.

You're looking at somebody comparing a climactic spread to a volume extra. It's not even part of the manga itself.

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Put the keyboard away. Choose a picture and draw a drawing!
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Option 2
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All the "good" western twitter artists are just ripping off semi-popular Japanese artists.
Who isn't ripping someone else off in some way? And Japanese culture is popular right now, so of course they're influence no.1.
You can't win with weebs, they cry when Japanese culture isn't popular, and then they cry when Japanese culture is popular.

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I'm a 30yo wagie with a family and kid to take care of, how fucked am I in term of making it? Is there any hope for someone starting this late with the limited free time that comes with it? Any late bloomer artist stories?
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>how fucked am I in term of making it?
Depends on what you mean by 'making it', generally that's used to refer to getting an industry job, is that what you're going for? If so, I think you're going to have a hard time, if not practicing enough to get good, or having the time to build a strong portfolio, or learning technical skills needed from you (3D perhaps?), then just trying to break in - which seems like a job in of itself. You can totally do it, but you're going to have to really bust your ass doing it, and become very disciplined and follow a strict schedule, and find ways to juggle interacting with your family, and following that schedule (doing studies in the lounge-room while your kids are watching the television for example).
Know what you want to do,
Work out what skills you need,
Work in a planned way to obtain those skills,
And when you have those skills, spam out applications.

If you just mean practicing and getting good, and having hobby projects? Totally, you can do it my dude.
I think you should decide the choice of whether or not to invest in this prospect on how it'll make you feel about your life from a grander perspective, rather than how long it'll take. do you want to be somebody that draws for a living? would that fulfill your life? would the absence of this endeavor feel like too great a loss in the grand scheme of things? If your answer to these questions is an emphatic "yes.", with no hesitation- then I would say that you owe it to yourself to try regardless of "being late".

You're hesitation seems based on this idea of having already missed the bus, and that you're now locked into this path forever. but the thing is, at 30, you still have (hopefully) more than half of your remaining years left to live. given even a small fraction of that time, there's an amount of free time you can squeeze into this effort and turn up something substantial; but it won't be easy. and a large portion of that difficulty will be balancing the discipline with the enjoyment.

don't look up at the peaks you're climbing towards; keep your head down at the ground in front of your feet, and focus all of your efforts on stepping forward on the ground you see, and do it every day. It is impossible not to progress with this lifestyle.
It's amazing how much free time you can squeeze out of a day when you're on cocaine.
I'm 31 and i started less than a week ago, so far it's crazy fun and i can absolutely see reaching my low goal of being able to draw quick rough sketches for shitposting purposes in no time. If anything, I think mature brain is pretty good for drawing purposes, I find it extremely easy to notice what's wrong with my pictures and then fixing it up is just the matter of RNGing all kinds of approaches until it looks better, sometimes googling for a tutorial on a specific problem I have. I'm drawing the same way i'm programming in day work, find issue, look for root cause, resolve issue, repeat until it gets better. It's a very pleasant process. Got an iPad, standalone digital thing is great because I can just pick it up at any free moment I get and then scribble around, even if just a little bit - i think that mention might help you with your concerns on free time.

Don't think too much and just join me on my quest for getting better, it's fun. I assume you have no need to become good in a fixed time frame, though not sure if you're expecting to go pro or not, would be easier to give you an opinion if you'd define what exactly "making it" is for you. As long as you're not setting unreasonable goals, it's an extremely peaceful and pleasant hobby, if only you'll accept that elementary schooler tier doodles are part of the process.
Why the fuck did you do it man?
Unless you're a woman, then it's gonna be ezpz

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A thread for recommending and sharing brushes/digital art assets.

>Publicly editable rentry for CSP assets. Feel free to contribute brushes you have purchased. Assets that have been deleted from the store are also welcome to be uploaded here.

>CSP assets store wishlist

>"What brush does this artist use?"/"What brush looks like this?"
1.)Search "brush (from:artisthandle)" or "assets.clip-studio.com (from:artisthandle)" on twitter if that's where they post mainly. Make sure to set it to the Latest tab to see the artist's tweets. Or use Nitter.
2.)Search brush posts on their Pixiv Fanboxes/Booth/Patreon. Then try to see if it's on kemono or archives.
3.)If none of the searches work, then ask here.

>"My CSP is cracked so I can't use the asset store"
As long as you log into the asset store it works even on cracked copies.

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Why none here using Rebelle?
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I think majority of us who are already familiar with the art program of our choice don't really have the desire to experiment with other programs. I'm already experienced with using PS and CSP and can't see the reason why I'd use new programs unless they become industry-standard.
is there any reason why I should use rebelle over what i'm currently using other than to offer you resources
Rebelle is amazing and I loved using the free trial but now I don't have money to buy it and will have to wait for the black friday to get it at a good price
aie someone bake the bread

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Can you make it online as a social outcast who doesn't like talking with people if you art is good enough?
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Boo hoo about imaginary people holding you back, that's what you're doing.
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very witty and epic troll anon
have a 4chan gold
>I don't want to pay for social media only be shown ads in form of
>>omg le funny relatable meym pls buy product fellow humabean
You don't have to pay for twitter to not get banned, nor do you have to be social at all.
lots of japs do it.
hungryclicker is one.
i dont know what their dms are like.
Reminds me when i used to drive for uber. I was a 3 star driver, so i switched up. No music, no talking. Before long, i was back up to 4.99.

If you have the personality, talk and engage, if not, keep quiet and focus on your target audience. People will project their own fantasy of who you are or just buy what your selling. they may not want your personality polluting their favorite fandom or piece of art they enjoy. I dont care for invader zim anymore because JV became a leftist commie faggot. I dont want that thought popping into my head when im enjoying a cartoon.

Im sure there is an argument saying "seperate the art from artist, idiot," but its all personal preference. I dont listen to last train home from the lost profits despite its quality because the lead singer raped an infant. i cant seperate that. its a little much, but i digress.

Do what works for you. Keeping your mouth shut providing slop to ride on hashtags trending is perfectly viable, if youre making art like classical or 'high brow' using the right hash tags is still important. anyway.

"better to keep your mouth shut and be mistaken for an idiot than open it and remove all doubt."

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