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Since Stonehousebro was never to be found again...I'm creating this thread to ask humbly to the other anons that have the fisical Stonehouse

Anyone willing to scan the missing pages, or
take some phone pics? (decent quality nowadays)
The second option would hardly damage the book... and we all would have a way to read the info, since the images are really good on the JP version

I just want to be able to read the stuff there...
I have read some chapters and found it really interesting
Was hoping to read all the way through...
Could anyone help? :D
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>>5397657
Not to be rude or anything, but if i understand it well enough, you just provided stuff and never grabed anything?

Hence, you just provided to the community that only takes, and you NEVER got anything, no book, no course, no links at all from here?

Indeed... I imagine it's very likely
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>>5397645
Hell yeah!!
That's the spirit!
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>>5397692
I've requested books i was interested in, in exchange for what I've bought and scanned, people say they have it they'll scan it, they never do. I'm certain that the cost of the books I've bought for you fags exceeds what it would have costed me to buy anything ive gotten here.

It's cool, you can keep arguing and playing your moral bullshit. I'm not doing it anymore.
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Indian begging thread for a book that is 100% scanned in japanese and 80% scanned in English already. You seriously need more when you only have a floating cartoon head to show as your work
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>>5397697
I'm not in that vibe also...

What are you interested in?

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How do I draw like picrelated?
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You need to practice this technique, then you should be able to pull it off again.
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You have the ref. Now study ir

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Why You Should Copy Anime:
https://i.imgur.com/zNDsyF0.jpg
https://youtu.be/t_IODIIYAe0

**Strive for quantity AND quality.**

Anime Studying:
>Copy anime references exactly and draw them from memory. Use illustrations, screenshots, anime figures, 3D models, etc.
>Don’t copy recklessly. Use construction, color theory, and other fundamental concepts to rehearse a drawing process that you can later easily manipulate for original artwork.
>Post all of your anime studies. Post even when you’re told not to. Create an art community that actually draws and improves together instead of just talking about it.
>Number your attempts and link to your previous posts.
>Critiquers should lead by example by posting their studies.

General Anime Style Discussion:
>Questions about achieving certain styles/techniques/compositions etc.

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>>5397593
>legs
oh no
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>>5397437
>>5397456
wait how?
The pelvis is wider than the torso, the thighs are thick and the belly has no abs or muscle.
The only thing I can think of it making the ribs or serratus anterior less exposed
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>>5397652
Looks like you haven't developed any sense of appeal if you're still thinking in those terms.
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>>5397593
>why did i do this to myself
Because if you don't push yourself you'll end up drawing the same thing over and over. Keep going
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>>5397652
I also don't see how she could look like a man desu, but I think maybe her shoulder right is too defined (muscle-wise)

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Random MAN!

/// PLEASE CHECK THE LINKS BELOW BEFORE REQUESTING ///

Be specific if you request something: post the cover, book's title, artist's name...
Please be patient, board is slow, someone may answer you a week later.
Please search in the thread and links below before asking for something, it may well already be there.

All MEGA links SHOULD be cloned, they die every time they're posted here.
If any of the links expires or breaks, please inform of it.
Can't find something? check vk, rutracker, ehentai, cgpeers, etc

>Beginner essentials
https://mega.nz/#F!sSYAxKqb!f2gWy-eQZJNvRfiUTu1ASA
See https://pastebin.com/riFtG6n0 for details

>Main Book Links

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>>5397375
>>>ic/sqt/
This place is for requesting books, not for QA.
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>>5397384
oki, ill go ask there
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>>5393513
any recs? my holy bible is my rockin jelly bean and terada books...
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Does anybody have The Art of Alfredo Alcala?
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>>5397686
Oops, nm. Just found it on b-ok.cc

i’ve only ever really drawn, and i’m getting back into it after a lull. i’m not a complete stranger to paint but i mostly did it when i was a kid.

i’m not sure if i want to start with acrylic or watercolor. what do? where to learn? what are the definitive books for learning?
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>>5397063
awesome. thank you very much.
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There is never a definitive book to learn something, the best thing is to read many different books to have different perspectives and details
Now the medium of your choice is a different thing, what inspires you and what you want to archive should be the factor deciding that
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>>5397054
Based mentality

Have you tried alla prima?
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>>5397647
I mean alla prima the book not the technique
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>>5397647
no, but it looks helpful. will try it, ty.

>>5397080
true. i think oil and pastels top the list of what inspires me. i just kind of have this notion that i should not be starting with oil and new painters should be starting with watercolor? not sure where i picked that up.

watercolor i mainly want as a way to color ink drawings.

helpful advice anon, thank you.

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Too late for what exactly lol?? drawing is just a hobby like fishing, rock climbing, playing drums - anyone can do those things at any age - Health permitting.
If you liked it you'd just do it, not sure what this whole NGMI / making it thing is??

I mean no you won't make it to being some sort of Drawing rock god, because drawing as a career doesn't exist and hasn't for some time now
art and drawing are not even a viable vocation in the modern world! it is the least useful artistry behind even welding, which has many PRACTICAL uses - Art has not for the last 20 years, Photoshop and CGI have replaced any requirement for hard skills such as sketching.
Sure. there is a contract or two around but you certainly cannot make a living on an annual wage like you could back in the 70's - ie;
When magazines, posters and everything in between REQUIRED a person to draw products and design things, before being replaced by photography and now the digital age.
You'd be lucky to make $5000 per year even if you are 'good', so art is only viable as a hobby, not serious work, for that you are better off learning computer animation or the like.

There is no requirement in the modern art scene to 'train' or 'do loomis' - computer and vector art can shortcut all this bullshit stuff from the 60's - there is no need to waste 1000 hrs on figures when you can google search the pose you want and trace the contours etc - leave you with more time to finish whatever.

Traditional art values are long dead. all that matters is "being fucking fast' faster than korean, indian and chinese artists asking 50% less than you are for the contract.

Take Greg Land for example, people got butthurt just because they were stuck in the past - he is earning a salary on the Marvel payroll, he worked out early that todays world offers great ways to work smarter, not harder, and he lives well on the money, but even his deal was up not even 7 years into his career
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>>5397610
And then ?
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The more time goes on the more digital art will be seen as lame and gay. Its getting to the point where you're going to end up pressing buttons and things will just pop up onto the screen. The entry level is so much lower because of this, and these people are doomed without their grug software, photobashing and fancy computers.

No one wants to see a man controlling a crane lift alot of weight, they want to see how much a human can lift. The further humans are taken out of the equation (AI, machine learning etc) the less the average person will give a fuck, and this is why traditional will always be seen as superior.

Someone like Jung Gi & Katsuya Terrada will always be seen as more impressive because of this. People will pay alot of money to watch performance artists like the super ani crew and katsuya terrada. If you can learn spontaneous drawing with pen or ink, or any sort of material where you cant undo a mistake then you will make a killing in the sea of shit as an artist/performance artist.
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>>5397619
>Jung Gi &
>impressive
well that just proves the 5oy based blind followership on 4chan, average doodler with rich family, so doesn't need a day job or his art to survive- "he has 10000 instagram followers he paid for, he must be a good artist, surely our gens Van Gogh"
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>>5397607
Carlos in denial
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>>5397219
>lol lmao im not gonna post work cuz ur work shit and bait
So, basically you admit to not even being able to do better than my low effort garbage.
You shouldn't be talking shit if you won't even post anything of your own.

R-ruan Jia is d-developing soul, how can we even compete now /ic/bros?
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>>5397507
/ic/ can't even shitpost soulfully
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>>5395854
I think he will eventually figure out when to not add detail. And his compositions are still pretty average.
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>>5395854
ngl I thought it was made by Sakimichan-ripoff with a slap of loli proportions.
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>reusing the stocking design
ngmi
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>>5395984
El Ogro

Which environment education is better internet of motivation and job status?
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>>5397021
Shit I meant based!
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>>5397021
Self Taught is a big money saver but you might progress slower since you don't have a teacher helping you point out mistakes and directly helping you improve. It's not impossible to get good being self taught but it is much harder.

Community College will be cheaper but not have many art classes. Art School can be expensive but more focused art classes and many more to pick from than a Community College. University might be somewhere between that depending on where you go.

You could pay for online art lessons too but those are hit and miss as well.

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>figure drawing practice
>reference of a cute girl comes up
>gotta fucking COOM
How do you resist it
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>>5394046
By not shitposting.
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>>5394046
stop being a filthy fucking animal
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>>5394046
>tfw made this coomer edit several months ago and it's still being posted
feels good man
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>>5394046
Just stop caring. Literally that's all you have to do. I had this complex bouncing around in my head that the moment I saw coom on this board I had to nut. Just stop. It's that easy.
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>>5394046
Transcend the flesh. Come join me and azatoth in the qliphoth

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post drawings that would make your anatomy teacher have a mental breakdown
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>>5394878


then explain Terrada & Jung GI?
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>>5397591
KJG explained it himself. While in military service he drew all kinds of people and things from life and in perspective so much that its burned into his brain, now because of drawing from reference so much he can do whatever he wants from imagination.
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>>5394988
aside from the obvious questionable themes, this is actually pretty well-drawn
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>>5397665
I did inspired by Garfield. Like this drawing, I like to think is what Garfield would look like if he stopped with the lasnasdagana.
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>>5394875
here's a (you)

We appreciate and discuss Hudson River School, AKA the best art movement.

>The Hudson River School was a mid-19th century American art movement embodied by a group of landscape painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by Romanticism.
>Thomas Cole is generally acknowledged as the founder of the Hudson River School. He took a steamship up the Hudson in the autumn of 1825, stopping first at West Point then at Catskill landing.
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>>5396175
Hudson River school was a minor movement marked by a backward, saccharine and provincial taste. It is by no stretch of the imagination an important art movement. You are probably assuming this based on an admiration of their technique and a lack of information abou art history and theory.
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>>5396608
Don’t be a blow hard. Its tasteful art work and some of the stuff was cutting edge for its time. Albert Bierstadt used bifocal photography that his brother was developing at the time.

I have Erik Koepel’s DVDs but his stuff isn’t as tight as these guys. Maybe it’s a matter of rendering because I think they spent a lot of time on finishing compared to him.
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>romanticism without national cultural affiances
>instead some fantasy BS
>could be anything really
What is even the point? The paints are nice, I like the atmosphere, the school objectives and overall aesthetic is quite the mess.
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I've always been partial to Inness that came from that school.
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Church and Bierstadt are the greatest landscape artists

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How can I achieve this?
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>>5396651
>mogged by tranquilizer rounds
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>>5397108
Drumpf btfo
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>>5397323
imagine the restraint to not give him a foot long dong
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>>5397662
Well, he did made him so sexually attractive the Hillary basically pissed himself out of pleasure just by seeing his dick. I thought the Trump chapter was fucking surreal, but that fucking thing...I just have no words to explain, I'm sorry, I just can't.

TQ: what kind of resources do you use to learn art?
Bonus Q: why don’t you post your work?
Personal Q: Why do you draw?

>DRAWING PRACTICE AND TUTORIALS

>>Beginner essentials
https://mega.nz/#F!sSYAxKqb!f2gWy-eQZJNvRfiUTu1ASA
See https://pastebin.com/riFtG6n0 for details
>>Main Book Links
http://pastebin.com/VG8dcWcf
>>Artbooks:
http://www.mediafire.com/folder/17axpf4d7k05u/artbooks#myfiles

>STOCK IMAGES AND REFERENCE

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I'm rather pleased with how this week's pages came out. Does anyone know the general theory on the color relationship between trimmings and bas structures when you're drawing/coloring architecture? For example, if a pillar has some adorning trim or edges, should the edges be lighter/darker than the base pillar?
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>>5396656
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>>5396657
Sorry but coloured speech bubbles are very garish. I know some dyslexic people prefer colour, but it’s not looking good to my eyes.
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This is an uphill battle OP, /ic/ is too full of weebs for this
>>5396656
>>5396657
aw nice
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>>5396656
>Does anyone know the general theory on the color relationship between trimmings and bas structures when you're drawing/coloring architecture? For example, if a pillar has some adorning trim or edges, should the edges be lighter/darker than the base pillar?
it depends completely on how the light is hitting it. Use reference/make studies from real life.

So what do you guys think of her?
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I should really practice drawing buff women. They’re my weakness.
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>>5384979
I want her to lay a PHAT BRAP on my unsuspecting virgin face
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>>5391014
do iiiiit
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>>5386039
SOVL
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>>5390089
underrated




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