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I just want someone anyone to speak with this about.
It helped me learn how to complement colors better. It's permanent. It's a true test of skill.
Post good tattoo art or something tattoo related.
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>>5532258
Yep. I learned a lot about colors from it.
But the elimination reasons are dumb as fuck.
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>>5532258
Best artist on there was Laura Marie. Her color palettes were beautiful.
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>>5531662
Skin cancer is not badass
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>>5531454
I love tattoos. Got a few myself and I'm looking to become a tattoo artist myself. Its such a beautiful artform and I one day want to have the privilege to mark someone's body.
They are not to everyone's taste yes but a well done tattoo is always a pleasure to see though a shitty stick and poke or scratcher is pathetic

I dont get to sperg out about tattoos much so sorry about that kek
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>>5532280
Tattoos don't cause cancer retard. Just don't get dumbass black outs or tattoo over moles

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>>5505879

Do Art Daily:
>Link: https://dad.gallery
>Discord: You must have a DAD streak of at least 14 to join. Ask Vastian#0988 for an invite.
>Found an issue with the site? Lost your streak and want to appeal? Please message the contact link at the bottom of the site instead of posting in the thread.

Rules:
>Draw every day (or your preferred frequency)
>Submit your work by 23:59:59 GMT
>Spend at least 30 minutes on each submission
>No loli or shota porn
>Miss a day and you'll be alright, just keep going!
>Maintain your streak and become THE last artist standing

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>>5530973
cool pencil thingy
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>>5531208
I hope not haha
Wishing it encouraged people to post more :)

>>5531219
Congrats anon! Wishing you a long streak!
I really like how you drew the leaf!
the hand of the girl looks maybe a little bit too big and her leg a tad too skinny.
Keep it up dude :D

>>5531329
Congrats!
if you have time to polish I would suggest you use the text fonction in your app as some of your handwritting is difficult to read.
If you have more time, details some of the pannels like the 1st 2 ones with the hand holding and the 2 character cuddling each other.
Really insane amount of work there, well done anon :)

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>>5530885
who is she?
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>>5531657
The text was mainly to help me know where each part of the song was going to be (I'm not planning on actually adding text, too much work to find the perfect spot to do it. But thank you!! I will add more to that begining because it's so empty lol
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>>5531329
why are you fujo

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What's a good grinding routine for when I understand fundies but need to get them into my second nature and have a lot of time every day to do so?

Should I dedicate a day to gesture, a day to anatomy, a day to values, a day to animals, a day to composition etc or should I split them up into hours and do a bit everything every day? Are there any established routines? Should (re)reading and (re)watching new or old material take up more or less or no time compared to actually drawing?
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>>5530526
I understand the theory, but I also understand a giant part of art skill is putting the mileage in, I don't know if the grinding method I choose will be less efficient than something that's already out there and tested, and I also don't want to get burned out.

If just doing finished pieces every day gets me more progress than grinding fundies in isolation then I want to do that, but getting a gesture not completely right and still constructing the body and rendering it feels less efficient than just grinding gesture in isolation. But then I see my favorite gesture styles already have hints of form and anatomy and weight and balance in them, and wonder if I should study and practice doing something like that or if that will come from the separate elements.
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>>5530517
Rolling for my waifu
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>>5530517
Read The Talent Code and Make it Stick, or atleast their summaries. All current research on learning suggests that it is more effective to study several (related) things on each given day rather than to dedicate many hours of practice on the same subject in a single block at a time. The brain retains information better when it gets a different task to contrast the previous one to. Look up interleaved practice and spaced repitition
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>>5530661
Huh may try this. Think my problem is that I lose interest in fundies so perhaps I can do one hour to a study and do 2-3 each day. Or do so with different books, or say bones, muscles, and poses for anatomy.
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>>5530517
>"Female Bodies exploration"
>All of them are muscular, including the fat chick.
lol
Americans are so fucking gay.

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/ic/ lore thread
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>>5530749
>Most likely of all other to make it
So there's a chance for a loomis grinder??
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>>5532195
That's what manga artists arw
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>>5530644
/po/ is cool
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>>5532086
If it moves the metagame further down the "everyone has to do this now in order to have a chance to compete" line, then it's cheating. Like using bots until the game devs, tired of trying to prevent it, decide to just make the cheating tool part of the gameplay so that all players can use it. Fuck you. You worm.

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>What is /fag/?
This is the Furry Art General thread, here we post everything related to kemono, furry and animals alike.

>Rules & Guidelines
Please refrain from flaming, causing drama or replying/feeding those who cause such.
This is a SFW thread only, please take caution so you don't get BANNED for posting NSFW art.
This general is NOT and NEVER will be affiliated with any discord servers, DO NOT click any of the discord links that are spammed here!
As always, don't be afraid to ask for critique!

>Resources
https://www.lackadaisycats.com/ishkabibble.php
https://x6ud.github.io/#/
https://sketchfab.com/calacademy

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I've redrawn this expression so many times
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I am happy about nothing besides the hand and I've got it right maybe in 50%,
Feel free to critique.
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Working on this and not really feeling it for some reason.
Maybe it’s just the line art? I’m hoping it might look better painted.
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>>5529244
I was always under the impression this sort of multi-layered process is only done by pros who need to be able to change/adjust pieces quickly.
It wouldn’t hurt to give it a shot though so thanks anon.
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>>5532185
Needs bigger (or smaller) tits
Joke aside, it's really cute
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>>5531257
1) The technique of body-doubling
Body doubling is basically "You are more likely to do an activity if others around you are also doing it". In art this can be achieved by being in a room with other artists who are drawing, or thru multi-streams or screen sharing via discord (streaming alone can also be a good way to keep yourself on track, peer pressure is a hell of a motivator)

2) Background noise
Simply having something in the background such as music, a podcast, or even a show to binge can help keep your mind from getting distracted. It doesn't even have to be in a language you can understand! Just something to help keep the monkey in your head from bouncing around.

3) The bitter pill of practice
If you're having trouble with something, it simply means that you need to practice drawing it. The first day or two (or more) of practice you may feel absolutely terrible and that you aren't making any progress at all. But after a while you'll start subconsciously making checks and doing little tricks that make drawing easier, faster and more accurate. Compare your latest studies with your first attempt and your efforts should shine through and give you a huge motivational boost.

4) Learning to move on
As an artist your skills will always be improving and your personal standards will change along with them. It's easy to get caught up in a piece that doesn't feel "worthy of your skills". It's important to be able to identify your faults, but you should take those critiques and remember them for your next drawing instead of spending hours and hours redrawing the same piece. This is especially important in the professional world.

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Started drawing again after 2 years, opinions?
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Now keep going.

sage

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>>5531751
Did you finish the complete course anon?
I’ve been told to stop after finishing lesson 3.
Also, what should I do after I finish DAB?
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>>5530833
maybe you should try a hobby which doesn't require an IQ above 80
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>>5531697
based darkstalkers fan
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuorfzSk33Y

DAB is fucking terrible. I mean just take his exercises if you want to draw something but don't follow his advice.
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>>5530833
This is a scuffed Peter Han's Dynamic Sketching. Just find Han's version and you're good.

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Craig Mullins' Digital Painting (Schoolism) - https://mega.nz/folder/6hMBxQDQ#z3lhLfkZPzLgE7SHJ_cwLQ
Peter Han's Dynamic Sketching 1 - https://mega.nz/folder/whAg2QYD#S6X1smoI1lMNulQmvrMRbQ

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>>5527141
They've been our for months now, you arent special nigger
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>>5531527
mind sharing krenz's stuff anon?
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>>5531672
No, fuck you
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>>5531694
please?
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>>5527786
Hey, thanks!

I don't really program actually, it took me sometime to get it working but I managed to. Thanks!

Do these artists use a lot of 3d assists and references to create these works? Are you expected to or expected not to use 3D programs for poses and lighting for works like these?
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>>5532161
nah, I don't want schizos to know I browse this board
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>>5532144
OP is an /ic/tard, and is probably asking the question probably due to his curiosity on how much he himself should be using 3d assists and references, other anon is just giving advice to the ictard in question
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>>5531943
>>5532156
They do research and make reference collages on the things they want to draw, then they likely do a first sketch to find the overall composition, then they put away all the reference and draw and render.

It's how I've seen most of these artists work and there is nothing wrong with using reference, every good artist has used reference from Michelangelo to Craig Mullins.

Kim Jung Gi uses reference as well but he draws so much that it becomes automatic. In his talks you see him talk about how he tries to "impregnate" everything he sees, to take in scenes, mechanical objects and people in all their details and when he goes home he draws from memory.
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>>5532172
this gave me a stroke
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>>5532178
I blame mobile autopredict

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/ic/ bro, can you suggest me a very simple but super aesthetic artstyle? here are something i found on innernet. can you please add more to my inspiration folder
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>>5532103
Just use Pinterest. Looks like 99% of the stuff I see recommended to my dash.
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>>5532103
Drawings like the bottom far right image and the second-to-first top right likely use a clipping group mask over their lineart to achieve that effect.

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Anyone know where to find all individual human muscles presented more or less like this? I mean infographics/photos that show only the single muscle in question like on this drawing. Is something like that anywhere on IC's torrent? Or anywhere else?
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>>5531145
I think anatomy.net is a shitty site but it might help
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>>5531145
How about try doing your own research, or opening any fucking physical book on anatomy ever.
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http://190.128.20.168/principal/artes_plasticas/FIGURA%20HUMANA/LIBROS/Goldfinger%20Eliot%20-%20Human%20Anatomy%20For%20Artists%20The%20Elements%20Of%20Form.pdf.pdf
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>>5531531
But that would require effort anon

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB7E1D_3Na4
felt inspired

What is wrong with this? I was trying to do a thumbnail then decided to paint over it a bit but the colors and lighting look off and I have no idea what's wrong. What's wrong with the lighting?
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>>5531976
Thanks. Looks good, but I don't understand this. How can you keep the rim light on the right but you removed the light itself (blue gradient on the right).
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>>5532025
The way I imagined it was something like this, a strong localised ight source (moon or something) creating the rimlights on the figure and also diffusing in some fog on the ground. I wasn't entirely sure what you had in mind with the original irt the inexplicable blue gradient, like what sort of light source is causing it.
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>>5532044
I was thinking of a spotlight inside a studio, coming somewhere from his southwest, but it wasn't well-planned. I have no idea what I was doing.
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>>5531871
> but the colors and lighting look off and I have no idea what's wrong
because everything is black, moniqquah
you gotta make SOMETHING visible for it to be an image. either dark on bright or bright on dark
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>>5532107
I have no idea how you do that. The values are perfect and looks like a 3D model in the thumbnail. I just keep changing things until it looks good, then an hour later I find that all my values are off and don’t know how to fix them.

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July Edition. All works not made digitally welcome, made by yourself.
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>>5531693
Youre gay?????
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>>5531877
nice texture, though it lacks depth i would say
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>>5520774
>>5523172
soulless, make that year long drawing hiatus permanent
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I think post-"japanese illustration" expressionism is going to be a fad soon. I saw this painting over a week ago and it's stuck with me, I can see a lot of potential in the abstraction.

What do you think will be popular in the next few months/years?
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>>5531958
>mental gymnastics
You. Lost.
Not responding to your retarded ass again.
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>>5531961
Lol, now the nigger needs to declare himself "winner" on a internet argument. What a fucking nigger you are, if you really need to go this far just so you don't need to keep with the argument go ahead, I'm quite the benevolent person, little nigger, you really think that the opinion of a nigger maters to me? I'm just here to call you a nigger.
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>>5531958
>>5531966
autism
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>>5531941
40 years
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>>5531972
>40 years




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