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Well? Edition

/// 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
http://pastebin.com/VG8dcWcf
Artbooks:
http://www.mediafire.com/folder/17axpf4d7k05u/artbooks#myfiles
???? (Books):
https://mega.nz/#F!XRF0iY7Z!VZREnIDndi-z0zphl9dCvg
Miscellaneous (books, vids, brushes...) 38 gigs
https://mega.nz/#F!BXJkjSKI!ef2mMsm1mkj2nf3amonPEA
Miscellaneous:
https://mega.nz/#F!es1BSKQR!spODyd0iaQmMelGA2GscFw
https://vk com/topic-4918594_27696136?offset=0

> Various Links from older threads:
https://pastebin.com/sgZq0vUW

> Have you seen them?
Unanswered requests from previous threads. It would make the day of another Anon if you could be kind enough to check through the list and find even one of them.
https://pastebin.com/UxwtuAzp
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>>3980868
Couldn’t even wait for it to be archived or for it to at least hit bump limit?
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>>3980892
it's because OP is cumming for that book.
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In defense of OP, it is over the bump limit now, he was just a little hasty.

Old thread,
>>3964424
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>>3980868
anyone got dem proko's anatomy videos and pdfs ?
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anyone have a scan of this i cant find anything
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Anyone for this?
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>>3981078
*Got
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Art of Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse? i need it as a birthday present for my autistic friend.

(ok the autistic friend is actually me)
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Still hoping for the anon to take pictures or scan this book. Can't find it anywhere.
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hi guys do you have any clay sculpting tutorials? like the NMA ones or something like that, it is really hard to find that..
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man whoever been doing these threads recently has been doing a bad job.
>doesnt link other thread
>doesn't post all the link and updates
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>>3981038
Just go to his Youtube channel and watch them (or download them to you phone or computer to watch whenever you like). I think his free videos are informative enough.
I wonder why people keep requesting so many anatomy book, they're all the same. Do you guys actually read and practice with those book or just pile it up.
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>hard disk full of courses and books
>5% read
>0% applied to work
>spends time requesting more books, shitposting and hoarding references
>still thinks he's gonna make it
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>>3981507
I love collecting books even though I don't read them
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>>3981593
That's why I only collect '"Art of" books. For educational books, I only keep some that I feel best suit me.
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>>3981521
/thread
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>>3981079
some anons here have it, but irl version only :(
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>>3981521
Yeah I had to slap myself to stop....same thing with looking for inspiration on Pinterest....I would end up browsing Pinterest collecting crap for hours and not doing anything productive.

Pick one thing. Do it then pick another.
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>>3981768
It's the best to make up your mind and stick to 1-10 books, but know the purpose of each. Maybe in book A the faces are great but bodies aren't, in book B there are well drawn hands, so you know what to reference off which book, it's the same with references. One artist draws good folds, the second has great colors, third nice eyes, so you mix and match what you like from each. I agree a slap is very necessary because you can hoard endlessly and not use them, put shortcuts to favorite books on your desktop assuming it's not completely cluttered, you're supposed to notice them being there
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>>3981521
Im just here waiting for someone to leak proko’s anatomy course,I learned more from his figure drawing and portrait courses than i did watching all those huston and Vilppu videos
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>>3981347
u can do that too u know
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>>3981096
Why did he spraypaint that poor woman silver and then gold?
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>>3981938
>grisaille
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>>3981807
show us what you've learned anon
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>>3982549
Here’s some gestures anon, i still didn’t learn anatomy yet though
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>>3980868
Is Date Naoto's other book somewhere?
It's the guy who did Deconstruction Illustrated

『デジタルツールで描く! 服のシワと影の描き方』
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>>3982674
ok nvm
i saw the link on the previous thread
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>>3980868
any good books for painting anime girls?
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>>3982582
>actually has something to show
Good job, anon. Keep it up.
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>>3983405
hook me up with the anatomy course
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Anyone know where I can find the Star Wars storyboards?
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>>3980868
https://www.amazon.com/Japanese-manga-artist-Kubonouchi-Rakugaki/dp/B0711PGTZW

Eisaku Kubonouchi Art works: Rakugaki Note

Anyone have this?
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>>3983411
the anatomy course sucks desu. the pics are uncensored but it's a few minutes tacked on to the free videos. there are ways to find it.
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>>3983857
they are working for me , and those demo exercises videos he does really help to practice and verify what you're doing wrong.
on top of that there are 3d models and pdfs
i would buy it if i wasnt living in africa
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>>3980868
Do you guys have the link to that site that had classes from various artists?

I believe it was actually a furry board, lol, but still they had pretty much everything form most artists.
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is it out yet?
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Looking for the companion book to Alla Prima II
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Does anyone have https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qviS5IoTmUg

If you live in Sydney I will fellate you if you post it.
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>>3983702
Seconding this. I love this artist
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any miss jisu book?
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Anybody got this one?

The Art & Science of Figure Drawing: Volume & Structure

>https://www.udemy.com/asfd-volume-structure/
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Does anyone have the Ni no kuni 2 artbook scans? I can't find it anywhere
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Does anybody have the Force videos?

https://www.drawingforce.com/store
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>>3984644
Seconding
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>>3983961
Anyone?
I've been looking for it but can't find on archives...

They had a lot of patreon stuff.
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Robert W. Gill Rendering with Pen and Ink.
Anyone?
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Don't know if anyone ever asked for this, but I have it and like it, so here you go. Also throwing my vote in for >>3981081 or the Spider-Man PS4 artbook.

>https://mega.nz/#!MeBkjQhA!SDCI_77KglJQu8D9Jy4-vmqaAt_AqYbDOLHXzhYb4IU
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>>3985232
Very nice
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>>3984587
Miss jisu video dancing to a Twice song reupload please.
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>>3984587
I also want this.
>>3985304
This as well pls. She ain't bad lookin for a gook.
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Does anyone have this one?
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Anyone know if the transformers movies have nice artbooks?
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>>3985697
>>3980661
>https://yande.re/forum/show/27351
>It's here, the post is worth bookmarking, download links to around 200 books
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>>3985232
>https://yande.re/forum/show/27351
thanks broanon!
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Anyone have this?
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Scott Robertson reading order? Presumably "How to Draw" comes before "How to Render", correct?
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>>3980961
Which link is that book under? Or do you mean OP can't find it?
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>>3985232
>Anna Catish
Y E S
PD: Do you have this? (Pic Related)
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>>3968011
Thanks for the recommendations. Got them to work.
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GUYS! the artist's guide to sketching is missing a page, does anyone have it?

>>>/wsr/684125
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>>3986732
That is indeed correct.
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I just found this torrent of nma that has the course "Build Your Own Ecorché with Rey Bustos". The torrent seems to be dead; but was this course ever really shared on the internet?

>http://gobtkitty.org/t/BcEBEQAgCAPASh4DxuKgaP8I_g-R90D0VqSY9eAcJ9qiLGLplWZ_.html
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>>3988918
Same question for this: Art Mentors 5.0 - Steve Huston Short Pose Drawing

>http://gobtkitty.org/t/BcEJEQAwCAMwS8C4ssnhKf4lLGnOHrFAbg_U1EmNW3RPSIUL9Fn1Bw.html
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Does anybody have On the Art of Drawing by Robert Fawcett?

Or any other one of his books that aren't part of the Famous Artists Course or Advanced Course?
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>>3988932

I have a physical copy of it. It’s a bit disappoiinting to be honest.
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>>3985697

https://mega.nz/#F!nxkTXCbD!A172Q8tQ8UK5adiB22_w4g
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someone have Cicada from Shaun Tan
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>>3989829
Seconding this
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Does anyone have manga material's english tutorials?
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Huge request for Valkyria Chronicles Series artbooks/official art packs, everything goes
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>>3990204
Try harder motherfucker
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>>3990204
I have one of the smaller artbooks. We'll see if I can come up with any of the others here shortly.

https://mega.nz/#!yrpnCaIR!y1g-lXJhUbwT66vYt__5KL7SG34kb0VlwJ0IrJ1dg70

>>3990216
Rude.
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>>3990204
Duh. Looking for the English title won't help if it's in Japanese.

>Valkyria Chronicles 10th Anniversary Illustration Book
https://mega.nz/#!y3wxVKTS!jpTAH6dMjm-6OfHrcXxDJJaMGRjwdBfPgxZ4viqhH5w
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>>3990204
>Valkyria Chronicles Complete Artworks, Vol 3
https://mega.nz/#!WngFnaQa!JabYc-zJUwl25H6MdnvSF4ouHDVgTG9KAC6jPU1Mmvk
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Does anyone have the omphalos book yet?
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Requesting Liberatore's "Ranx - Re/Incarnations"

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079CD6MTQ/
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>>3990204
e-hentai.org. Do you even try? All 4 books are there.
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>>3990321
Wait nvm it's on libgen
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>>3984939
this?
https://archive.fo/j1n0S
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>>3990308
Why does this keep reminding you of Sirgay's belly? You'll know what I mean if you frequent that fucking autistic board.
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I want to buy a copy of The Story of Art by Gombrich. Someone told me to watch out to make sure the version has the pictures in text instead of at the back of the book. Does anyone know if there are any "bad" editions of the book that I should avoid like that? I'm having a hard time finding out more.
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>>3990425
Literally whose belly?
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>>3990453
Nice try linkfag. Fuck off.
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>>3990455
I just want the lewd book, wtf.
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>>3990375
What did you type in to get it? I can't find it
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>>3990495
search "ranxerox" and it's on page four

http://libgen.io/comics/index.php?s=ranxerox&page=4
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>>3990506
it's pretty nice I gotta say
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>>3981096
Still hoping for the anon who had this to take pictures.
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Studio Trigger's 6th Live Drawing Session is on right now:

https://www.twitch.tv/studio_trigger
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>>3990216
Spoonfeed me pls

>>3990249
>>3990257
>>3990269
Thanks, a lot

>>3990374
I completely forgot about it
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>>3980868
>>unironically uses a fag's ""'artwork""
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>>3990204
>Valkyria Chronicles 1 Design Archive
https://mega.nz/#!Hyp3hAaZ!-mmdZgBu8WjVtVhW1eUAaanwmhAkmjsWzLGFGZiN8xs
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>>3990764
>Stuck in the 1800's
Whatever, dude.
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>>3990764
>thinks that there would be anyone more apt to capture the beauty of the male figure and features than a dick fanatic
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Have Stokoe's Grunt scans surfaced yet?
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>>3990204
>Valkyria Chronicles 2 Complete Design Works
https://mega.nz/#!77plzCSZ!KtC9GBvXGlCd9w5wmVEcluo9GT-CL_XxWiqt2RyxJPI
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>>3990858
>>3990893
Thank you
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>>3990878
>>Many biographers have speculated on J. C. Leyendecker's sexuality, often attributing the apparent homoerotic aesthetic of his work to a homosexual identity. Without question, Leyendecker excelled at depicting male homosocial spaces (locker rooms, clubhouses, tailoring shops) and extraordinarily handsome young men in curious poses or exchanging glances. Moreover, Leyendecker never married, and he lived with another man, Charles Beach, for much of his adult life, who is assumed to have been his lover and who was the original model of the famous Arrow Collar Man
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>>3990420
No... it was a board, but not like this, it was a complete whole site based on that.

I believe it was posted on older /artbook/ threads. I'll have to take a look in all of them...
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anyone have the Yoshihiko Umakoshi artbook or any collection with his art in it?
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I'm looking for The Orientalists! It was posted a couple years ago I believe but I misses the Mega. I think it came in two parts. It looks like a great read.

Thanks.
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>>3990993
Here's a clue:
(famous furry SFX) (dot) (a normalfag social activity that anons will never attend)
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>>3991091
meow.life ?
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>>3990257
Dear God this looks horrible. The girl on the left's face has been smushed
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>>3991209
think gayer
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Not a book but would someone know where to get a cracked version of SAI 1.2.5 (latest version)? Please.
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Are there any books or lectures that go into the specifics regarding manga creation? I've read Scott McCloud and that one Hirohiko Araki book, but those were all scarce of any actual examples. There are lots of books that go into the specifics of western comic creation, including different ways of scriptwriting so I'm just curious.
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>>3991403
manga artists are largely self taught and make everything up as they go. there's no formal education for it. they churn and burn out for those reasons, and there are more idiots who dream to make manga for a living to replace them.
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>>3991417
Many comic artists are self taught as well; not many people actually get a formal education either since what programs exist are limited to select schools. I'm aware of how shit the pay is especially from what horror stories I've read from the manga industry as well; that still doesn't answer my question.
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>>3991337
dunno
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>>3991432
>that still doesn't answer my question.
Then you already know the answer, it's not in a book. You work with mentors or a circle on improving your work. You can't read it, you have to try and fail enough but at least learn to write a good story along the way. Screenplay material is going to be your best option and it's what's often recommended.

http://www.marshallart.com/reviews/sequential/ and Alan Moore's Writing for Comics are some things to look at. Again, there won't be manga specific.
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>>3991460
Forgot to add, find a short story or play and turn it into a comic. You can try something like storyboarding a scene several times. See what works and what doesn't. That's the easiest way to work on the planning when you don't have to worry about the source material creation.
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>>3991403
Look for books about screenwriting and composition, assuming you already know how to draw. The books that talk about comics will also serve you. The mangas are comics that are read backwards and can have more pages, in short.

I also don't think that any western publisher will allow you to make a comic book backwards and with many pages.
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>>3991337
>>3991209
>>3991091
>>3991209
>>3990420
>>3984939
>>3983961

Wow, I had to google a lot, but I'm 99% you're a right, the name of the site is Your.Mom.

Kidding, it's yiff.party

I'm pretty sure that's the one judging by the layout.

Thanks for the cryptic tip.
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>>3991502
plot twist, those were originally posted here in /ic/.
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>>3991540
what do you mean
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>>3980868
Where can i find this book? I haven't seen it in the links yet. Though i might have glossed over it.
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>>3991608
>what do you mean
On a Hawkman rocket-cycle. Shall inform His Majesty?
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>>3991659
I don't understand your language.
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>>3985032
I remember finding it over the Net.
On libgen you will find the book "basic rendering" from the same author only.
It is already on the net, yet I have no clue exactly where, so try to look after it because it might still be there.
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>>3986657
look on cgpeers
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Is there a mega of 吉田流!アニメエフェクト作画 or is buying it the only way
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>>3992282
Here you go bud https://mega.nz/#F!UcNG2AiT!jeyWwP1gtQXXz6R29o5bgw!wAU2HIQA
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>>3992304
Oh shit I didn't expect a based anon to deliver, I was already seeing myself buying it, thanks!
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What are some books worth reading from this list? https://mega.nz/#F!UcNG2AiT!jeyWwP1gtQXXz6R29o5bgw!sddDyarD
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>>3991502
So what patreons were you looking for specifically?
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anyone got dem zeronis patreon stuff ?
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>>3992834
Deconstruction Illustrated, How to Master Any Angle 360° - Character Drawing, the Go Office books and the It's Fun Drawing People books.
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>>3992834
Copy everything from every book and enjoy the massive gains
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>trying to find high res pics of norman lindsay’s work
>not much exists on google
>all his work is owned by some kangaroo kike estate
>book prints of his work cost nearly a grand
what a shame. i really like how he draws his 2D.
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>>3992197
This one isn't there.
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>>3992960
Thanks, anon.
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>>3991460
I'm actually already reading Robert McKee and Lajos Egri's books, but thanks. I have a physical copy of Alan Moore's Writing for Comics and it's trash. If you've read any of his scripts you'll know he's infamous for being obsessed with the minutiae of every page; he's an artist's personal hell to work with.
>Again, there won't be manga specific.
I want manga-specific. Why does it seem like scriptwriting for manga isn't very common? What few English-speaking resources I've seen always mention starting off with something called NAMEs, which are essentially storyboards for what could eventually get picked up and become a manga. This runs completely in the face of western comics where you can find numerous examples of different scripts over the years from all kinds of writers on a whim. I just can't find examples of ones from any actual mangaka, though; like do the storyboards and dialog not exist separately at any point during the creation process? Is that the real reason why manga is stereotyped for "showing" rather than "telling" because artists don't know how much dialog they're gonna have on a page by page basis, and are thus forced to leave enough room to accommodate?
>>3991488
>Look for books about screenwriting and composition
Way ahead of you. I still have questions regarding the differences between comics and manga, though. Most of the books I've read thus far haven't been very helpful; getting a hold of scriptbooks on the other hand, has, hence my question.
>I also don't think that any western publisher will allow you
I'm sure some indie comic imprints would be open to the idea, but currently I'm not interested in anything but self-publishing (which is a distant goal, anyway) so I don't think that really matters.
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>>3993476
>Why does it seem like scriptwriting for manga isn't very common?
Because they dont have a history of using screenwriting for their comics, and why would they? Manga is manga, film is film is one way ive seen the thought expressed. They just dont feel the need to ape another industry.
>What few English-speaking resources I've seen always mention starting off with something called NAMEs, which are essentially storyboards for what could eventually get picked up and become a manga.
Incorrect, youre confusing manuscripts with names. Names are just initial drafts that are shown to an editor for a chapter so they can get greenlit to start on the final draft.

>This runs completely in the face of western comics where you can find numerous examples of different scripts over the years from all kinds of writers on a whim. I just can't find examples of ones from any actual mangaka, though; like do the storyboards and dialog not exist separately at any point during the creation process?
Depends on the Mangaka. Some have all the dialogue seperate, some dont. Ive noticed that historical drama mangaka tend to tackle them seperately.
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Does anyone of you have a copy of Gustave Dore book that has been posted here, do you mind if you share the link for me. Thank you in advance
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>>3984912
pls respond
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>>3993838
>they don't have a history of using screenwriting for their comics
Do you have a source on this? I find that very hard to believe.
>and why would they?
Because it would make things more organized? Even though screenwriting as an accepted standard in film pre-production isn't nearly as stringent in the western comics industry, it still allows artists and writers to understand the structure of a given page, which is why it's seen widespread use.
>Incorrect, youre confusing manuscripts with names.
Okay, are there any books, lectures or streams that illustrate the process of going from a name to final manuscript then? I'm okay with non-English examples.
>Ive noticed that historical drama mangaka tend to tackle them seperately.
What mangaka? You're not saying much that could really help me here.
>>3993846
https://archive.org/details/GustaveDoreIllustrationsForTheDivineComedyByDanteAlighieriHQ
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I've looked in the pastebin but didn't find anything convincing.

You guys have any recommendation of books to learn Oil Painting ?
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>>3994327
Virgil Elliott's oil painting book is good if you want to go full autism (not worth it imo, especially for beginners). Mark Carder teaches fail safe color mixing that helped me learn more than anyone else, so I usually plug his videos.
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>>3980868
Any good book/tutorial how to draw a good hair?
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>>3994335
Better to study the works of people you like and try to reverse engineer what they did. Books wont teach you much in the long wrong. Look at Sargent; he modeled hair very sparsely and in large forms.
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>>3994343
long run*
fuck me
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>>3994246
>Do you have a source on this?
None in english, but its an idea thats been touched upon in interviews ive both read and participated in over the years
>I find that very hard to believe.
Thats up to you to do. Cinema is cinema and manga is manga like I said. Both are similar in some aspects, but both do things the other cant, and from everything ive seen, heard, and read points to them not needing, or wanting to trying to adapt the tool set from another medium. I dont know whats so unbelievable about another country not doing things like The West
>Because it would make things more organized?
Given how long they've worked without them, i think they're organised enough
>...it still allows artists and writers to understand the structure of a given page, which is why it's seen widespread use.
Seeing how commonplace it is for the mangaka to be both the writer and artist, screenwriting just isnt a necessary step for clarity.
>Okay, are there any books, lectures or streams that illustrate the process of going from a name to final manuscript then? I'm okay with non-English examples.
Toco Toco does a little, Naoki Urasawa's Manben is best for that
>What mangaka? You're not saying much that could really help me here.
I dont remember anon, it was one or two that i saw that did an interview 15 years ago, and some on Manben that did. I dont get your hangup on screenwriting or what it is youre hoping to find here.
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>>3994335
https://youtu.be/NHewz3JbKrQ
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>>3990982
he is asexual. his girl drawing are aesthetic af.
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>>3991617
no known digital ebook or scans existed. some anons on previous threads promised to scan it but as of today, anons hasn't delivered.
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Anyone have Bridgeman’s head and hand books ?
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>>3994391
>None in english
I said I was okay with non-English examples; please link them or stop talking.
>I dont know whats so unbelievable
I was implying that the western comics industry is multidisciplinary (ugh) in part thanks to its use of screenwriting techniques; it's super accessible not just for fans but also for aspiring comic artists. You're telling me that its manga counterpart is neither of those things?
>Given how long they've worked without them
You're avoiding the question again. I want to learn about the different ways mangaka organize their pre-production efforts. I want to know why many of them seemingly don't bother with screenwriting compared to the west (you know, besides some non-answer like "they just don't feel the need to"). I want to cut through that romanticized image of the artist-author, and get to the gritty details.
>screenwriting just isnt a necessary step for clarity.
How exactly are the names edited, then? With a screenplay, you can point exactly to whichever scene or dialog before a single line is drawn. I've watched many episodes of Toco Toco and Urasawa no Manben and I almost wish they focused more on all of the nameless assistants working alongside instead of the mangaka themselves.
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>>3994625
>I want to know why many of them seemingly don't bother with screenwriting compared to the west
they don't have time and they're not trained. it's "i have 2-3 days maybe to write this so i can't fuck around for the perfect storyline when the readers only care about words/actions and not making ever panel something you can hang on your wall" and not knowing if they're still going to be making manga next week so they have to make sure the story can last forever.
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>>3994456
It's Bridgman, and probably why you can't find them
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>>3994391
Thank you that was a big help.
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>>3994741
i didnt find them still
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>>3994891
Hands are in ???? (Books), for the heads, from an Amazon review:
>there isn't anything in this book that isn't in the Complete Guide To Drawing From Life.
So that explains why it's difficult to find, apparently not worth scanning.
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>>3994928
crabs holding on the knowledge like always it have more than 100 heads extra
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>>3994625
>I said I was okay with non-English examples; please link them or stop talking.
Then im done after this, faggot.
>it's super accessible not just for fans but also for aspiring comic artists. You're telling me that its manga counterpart is neither of those things?
Thats not what I said at all. You dont need screenwriting to be accessible. Your inability to entertain this notion is asinine.
>You're avoiding the question again. I want to learn about the different ways mangaka organize their pre-production efforts. I want to know why many of them seemingly don't bother with screenwriting compared to the west (you know, besides some non-answer like "they just don't feel the need to"). I want to cut through that romanticized image of the artist-author, and get to the gritty details.
Im not avoiding anything you mongoloid, there's a different standard, and every single mangaka has their own conventions, and you arent going to find anything that tells you how each and every single one does their thing. I told you the exact reason and you refuse to accept it, fuck off
>How exactly are the names edited, then?
Are you stupid? They roughly draw out the whole chapter; they use placeholders for characters or draw them simply, get the rough panel layout down, and add dialogue. Take any manga page and imagine it drawn as simply as possible and apply that to the whole chapter, thats all the fucking name is. The editor will then say, "oh, this isnt clear enough", "this dialogue is clunky", "this type of angle or view would work better" This isnt fucking difficult to understand, you spaz.
>I almost wish they focused more on all of the nameless assistants working alongside instead of the mangaka themselves.
All they do is draw backgrounds, unimportant characters, ink trivial shit, and apply tone. They're important, but only to a point. For someone that claims to have watch a lot Manben, you know fuck all about how they do anything
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>>3994713
Ran out of text box

This anon is also correct; Time is a very critical factor, and shounen mangaka have even less time to first do a draft for the story/dialogue, and then the art, and then doing them together, as theyre a almost always a weekly deal. Its the seinen and other monthly genre's that have the time to tackle them separately, and often do, just because there's generally more of a story focus. Western comics can afford a month for their pipeline, manga cant at times, so they get as much done as possible on each pass, this is incredibly simple to grasp
>>3994888
Glad to help, Anon, and also glad someone appreciates it.
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>>3994965
>You dont need screenwriting to be accessible.
Then why can't you give me any examples showcasing the name to manuscript process? Why can't you bothered to source literally anything you've said thus far? Manben is the closest thing to be sure, but I'm obviously looking for more than just that.
>you arent going to find anything that tells you how each and every single one does their thing.
Why not? I'd be satisfied with just one. Again, you can find numerous how-tos and scriptbooks from western comic artists over the past thirty fucking years elaborating on exactly what I'm asking for. Why can't I find anything from actual mangaka other than like, Hirohiko Araki's utter schlock?
>every single mangaka has their own conventions
If you've read anything pertaining to screenwriting in the western comics industry then you'd know every single comic artist has their own conventions as well. I'm asking for examples, dipshit and you're not doing anyone in this thread a favor by spouting these vague personal anecdotes.
>This isnt fucking difficult to understand, you spaz.
I'm stupid for being interested in the process? I don't give a fuck how simple it is; I wanna see how /they/ actually do it! Is that really too much to ask?
>>3994713
>>3994971
I thought the relatively recent toco toco episode on Shinichi Sakamoto was interesting in that he has a whole repository of custom assets (like hair) to plop onto whichever figure he ends up drawing. That's just one example of the kind of stuff I wanna see more of. What do these mangaka do to meet those deadlines? Do seinen mangaka follow the same conventions despite having more time allotted? etc.
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>>3980868
i cant find leyender books anywhere in the OP links. maybe im just stupid and blind. can ya help an anon out?
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Got any Masami Oobari artbooks in those archives?
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>>3995027
>Then why can't you give me any examples showcasing the name to manuscript process?
I told you what it fucking is, nigger, they rough it out, get it approved and then flesh everything out. Names are published or ever really released so you're not going to get you fucking hands on them. The closest you can get is the bits and pieces that are shown when they're recorded doing them, Christ Almighty.
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>>3995120
*Never collected or published

And yes, it's obvious that you're looking for more, but there isn't more, the only thing I can do is see if there's scans of decades old interviews, that I already told you what they say. Accept that you're looking for something that doesn't exist or don't, I'm done with you either way
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>>3995120
>>3995125
>Never collected or published
All manner of things anime and manga related eventually get collected and published: sketchbooks, storyboards, design works, illustrations, etc but not names or manuscripts? That's just ridiculous.
>but there isn't more
Well there should be; I'll keep grumbling until there is just to annoy you, :)
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>>3994932
i have the pamphlet and it doesn't have 100 extra. most or possibly all are in other books.
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pls!!! Any in this series of pose books. been searching forever.
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Requestuing

"How to draw anatomy" This book would be Godsend for /begs.

>>https://gumroad.com/mitchleeuwe#vsIKX
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>>3995191
>>3995304
Seconding
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>>3995304
thirding
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>>3995385
>>3995306
>>3995304
its obvious you are the same faggot just stop
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>>3995390
https://youtu.be/ShtIRODxvmc
(0:10)
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>>3995390
People get to know artbooks they haven't heard of before through this thread, you act as if it's uncommon.
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Requesting:

Muscles in Motion: Figure Drawing for the Comic Book Artist by Glenn Fabry

TIA
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>>3994399
Not the poster, but Leyendecker was gay. He also had a lot more art with stronger homosexual undertones that were destroyed by Beach.
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Not really a unique share but here's

Here's Gabriel Campanario - The Urban Sketching Handbook - Architecture and Cityscapes - Tips and Techniques for Drawing on Location

https://www26.zippyshare.com/v/NduKCb1f/file.html

Can you guys check how page 12 shows up on your PCs or devices? Mine is covered in Coffee colored something blocking the page but if you select copy the photo and pasted onto photoshop. It shows up correctly.

It's just that the color is blocking
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>>3981081
I want it too but only so I can look at Gwen
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Is there a food artbook out there?
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>>3996115
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>>3984644
>udemy

don't, just learn from a real artist instead.
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when is it gonna be uploaded?
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>>3996580
today
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>>3995936
Leyendecker's live-in boyfriend, Charles Beach - in addition to being one of his favourite models - basically ran his front office, and eventually took control over many facets of his life, making it difficult at times to interface with his family (brother Frank and sister Mary in particular) and peers.

Leyendecker had attempted to marry a young female model of his - Phyllis Frederic - probably more as a "beard" to keep up appearances than anything else. He asked her father for her hand in marriage, but she was only 16 at the time, and her father refused. Frederic later claimed that she had not known of Leyendecker's proposal until she was 65.
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Where can I find the Pose Catalogue books?
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Not sure which thread is best to ask this in. What's a good scanner to have if I have a few pages from books I want to scan?
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>>3996751
post the book
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>>3997004
CamScanner App for ios and android are alright. As for picture quality, it depends on your phone. I personally prefer my Huawei over Iphone. For dedicated scanner, Brothers are good, so are Canon.
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>>3995985
Page 12 and 16 don't show up on my device too. I guess you can remove that color block by some pdf editing program.
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>>3981081
how the fuck has nobody scanned spiderverse yet?
looks like I will have to spend money and time on this for piratebros
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Does anyone have the Bammes collection? Were all Bammes books ever scanned? Does he have any specific for the head?
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>>3990321
>>3990506
Breddy gud, thanks for bringing it up.
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>>3997189
That's the other thing with the pdf I uploaded. My adobe Photoshop CS6 can't open it.
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Anons, can you recommend me a book which goes less into detail about how to draw stuff and more about the process and how improve as an artist?

For example, in "The Artist's Guide to Sketching" by J. Gurney it's shown how to improve in drawing from reality, what to draw and when, so on.

Another good "meta" book is "Creative Illustration" from Loomis, which explains how to draw interesting and visually pleasing stuff and how to practice and get better - I want more of books like these.
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>>3984273
I'll buy you the book if you're a qt girl and will fellate me
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>>3996580
If it is like any other Collectors Edition artbook it will be garbage anyway.
If you can wait there will be another 300+ page artbook in a year or two anyway.
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>>3997742
im not a girl sorry
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>>3997826
I looked up the book and it was more than $50 so even if you were a girl I probably wouldn't have bought it anyway
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>>3990764
ngmi leyendecker was better than you could ever dream to be
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anyone got zankyou no terror artbook?
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>>3997157
>post the book
It's 256-page over-sized coffee table book, anon. You'll have to wait until after I retrieve the Apples of the Hesperides and drag Cerberus up here from Hades.
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>>3997890
cringe
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>>3996428
Yeah, there was one Japanese book literally called “how to draw the food” or something. It got posted here last year but I don’t know if that’s enough info for you to find the post.

I have it saved to my laptop but I don’t have it with me now.
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>>3997902

Here!
https://mega.nz/#F!UcNG2AiT!jeyWwP1gtQXXz6R29o5bgw!1RFXwCBZ
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>>3997897
>Uncultured Internet Tard detected
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>>3997890
yikes
>even alla prima books are scanned despite the size and overwhelming page counts
what's your excuse
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>>3980868
anyone has the Leyendecker art book? I checked all the links and websites advised.
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>>3995796
I have
I can scan but it won't be pretty.
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>>3997902
>>3997903
Thanks bud
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>>3998361
anyone has an archive of his works?
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>>3984912
please I just want to see pics of my slutty husbando
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Alright guys, my searching skills failed me. I'm looking for
FINAL FANTASY XIV: STORMBLOOD Art of the Revolution
FINAL FANTASY XIV: HEAVENSWARD The Art of Ishgard - Stone and Steel
artbooks.
Would you kindly deliver?
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>>3997890
Just a few pages scans maybe? I'm particularly interested at looking the Arrow Man posters since not much stuff of that title exist on the net.
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>>3998361
this please
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>>3998998
search old archive
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>>3999233
Those in OP? I did. There are some FF books bot not those I'm looking for.
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anyone got this? Didn't find it in the op
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>>3999009
>>3999010
> I'm particularly interested at looking the Arrow Man posters since not much stuff of that title exist on the net.
I'm working on getting you something. Like I said in >>3997890, it's a heavy oversized book. Luckily, we all have smartphones with good cameras in this day and age.

It's interesting how Leyendecker painted the Arrow ads in different styles. I'm trying to see if there's a correlation between the years the ads were done, or maybe a difference in what (or whom) the project(s) was completed for. Sometimes there're those broad sketchy strokes of paint, and other times, a near photo-realistic fine-ness to them - yet they are all for (presumably) the same customers.

Maybe as I make my way through the text there will be an explanation.

A big part of the middle of the book are his covers for the Saturday Evening Post,which look a lot like the work of Norman Rockwell (it's the other way around, actually - Rockwell's work looks like the earlier Leyendecker!), but interspersed with those pages are full-page paintings that bear the same broad-stroke aesthetic as some of the Arrow ads; pic related.
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Every time I look at one of these Arrow Collar ads, the song "Puttin' On The Ritz" by Taco plays in my head.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG3PnQ3tgzY
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>>3998998
ARR
https://mega.nz/#!mUNRSIoC!r5dbLDW7SyBZwxIwc1QHfCOpyOkbXj8oI2-nIPf5Zk0
HW
https://mega.nz/#!vRd11Y4K!5AKBtGs5pxo_QBZuoHrOoqd7BtifEgDI2_pHG61SArE
https://mega.nz/#!jRlXCLia!xZzSzDRwWBuO93UlCgJ3dtQ2tW7r3ta4S14qMzNZi3I
SB
https://mega.nz/#!eYtihIiA!sjKJM35i2U9QIXH86TIyD5FGB1XgMPLPDCBj6aAhMNc
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>>3999009
>>3999010
Hope this is enough to get you started. I tried to concentrate mostly on the Arrow ads, or the paintings in the same style.

https://mega.nz/#F!KnITXY6B!g5ee_j2jCkKqANnZqpHUlg
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>>3999390
Doing God's work. Thanks a lot, Anon.
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>>3999401
what if he's an atheist? fuck you
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>>3999391
God bless your soul, anon.
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>>3999380

Is that the pic DC ripped off.
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>>3999380
control of the medium in pics like this are freaking nice!
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>>3999415
Yes, fuck me. But only if you're female.
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>>3999349
I have a physical copy of that.
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>>3999415
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>>3999415
God exist. Atheist art are always looks retarded.
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I'm looking for SUPER ROBOT ENCYCLOPEDIA ver.2004, anyone?
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>>3999660
but athesit's created God to troll people like you?
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>>3999349
https://mega.nz/#!7jAnRSSQ!iStBseN36yo5jRMnx3AawICSWwdXBXUbkaCmshDauu8

https://docdownloader.com/

Also try the second link site out if you might find a book you want on one of those weird book sites.
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requesting
it is already here?
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>>3999391
that's really helpful to my studies. could you get these ones as well?
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>>3999391
>https://mega.nz/#F!KnITXY6B!g5ee_j2jCkKqANnZqpHUlg
thank you so much, anon.
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>>3980868
So I should read all four of the First Books in the Begginers Essentials mega right?
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Re-re-requesting "Kou Yoshinari Doujinshi - Character Design Archives"

https://www.animebooks.com/kouyodochdea.html

よろしく
お願いします
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>>3999757
ahhh, based anon thank you so much!
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>>3995191
Those proportions look weird, the head is too small and make her shoulders look massive
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Tomoko Sato - Alphonse Mucha TASCHEN

https://mega.nz/#F!lQpQEQAb!YG1_doR6V8FjMfXearvQuw
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>>3999672
i need it.
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>>4000552
You're a hero dude. Thanks.
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>>4000552
thank you!
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>>3999672
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>>4000368
I second this
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Is there an upload of Mario Odyssey's artbook out there?
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>>4000552
All Taschen books are great to be honest
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Morpho Mini Series - Fat and Wrinkles (Japanese)

https://www75.zippyshare.com/v/FL7P9s1x/file.html
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>>4000544
Less of bad proportions, more of japan's sailor uniforms actually not being all that sexy irl like your vietnamese rock carvings would lead you to believe.
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>>4001655
You know English versions of all the Morpho books exist, right?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1681985047
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>>4001723
Fuck, why isn't there a Kindle version yet
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Did anyone download the KJG lecture that was uploaded on yt a couple of days ago? It was called "lecture at superani studio" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vzzshwi4i9o and it's set to private now.
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>>4001744

Would love it also.
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>>4001744
I watched some of his lectures on youtube and they're all fundamentals. There's nothing special about the lecture's content. It's just his godly skill that make you think: there must be some secret in those lectures. I think he said in Proko's interview that he's just practice all the time and I think every one's personal development is different.
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>>4001795
The secret is his perception, mindset, etc. That's what everyone wanna know--how to think to achieve what he has. People never "just draw", "just practice", they set certain goals, mostly unconsciously, they assign meaning to things in a certain way that makes for stable motivation, progress and all that.
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>>3998809

That would be great, Anon.
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anyone?
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can't remember if this was ever posted I don't think it was
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>>4002391
What's the difference between this and
what >>4001655 anon posted?
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>>4002453
They're the same book, it's just the orange bottom slip on the cover of >>4002391 was taken off of the one in >>4001655
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>>4001655
>https://www75.zippyshare.com/v/FL7P9s1x/file.html
>>4001723
>>4002543
>>4002391
Ah shit, well extreme late thanks
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>>4001744
>>4001795
Every lecture has a little something different.
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>>4001741
there's a kindle version of the full one and the text is oversized to all hell. I don't think there will ever be kindle versions of these smaller, individual books, though. good thing is since they're printed for intended use on drawing boards so they barely have spines to begin with so if you wanna spend the ten dollars and scan them then by all means go ahead.
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Does anybody have any of the "Warriors" books by Tim Newark and Angus McBride?
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>>4003873
To anybody interested (replying to my own post here), I found most of them on b-ok, except for the Medieval Warlords book. Does anybody have that one?
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Was gonna make a thread but I decided against it. So I'll ask here.

What's the best anatomy book for artists?

By "best" I simply mean the book with the most body parts in a variety of angles that are well detailed. I've looked at a few that are more focused on simplifying human features than showing individual body parts from different angles and perspectives. Even a medical book will do, though I dont care about organs.

Am I just supposed to wing it when it comes to musculature in different perspectives or is there a book out there detailed enough to cover this?
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>>4004270
Anatomy for sculptors (libgen) and struttura uomo (archive.org). The latter is the most solid in my opinion, but it's in Italian, so many won't understand the text.
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Anyone have takato yamamoto art books?
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>>4004270

I really like Morpho by Michel Lauricella. It's a fairly new book but the approach is good.
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Any resources on drawing the head or eyes other than Loomis?
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>>4004690
Loomis is the best one I know of, but there is also:
Uldis Zarins - Anatomy of facial expressions;
Gary Faigin - Facial expression;
Michael Hampton - Figure drawing: design and invention;
NKU-SOTA, drawing database (youtube).
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>>4004759
Do you know where one could find Michael Hampton's Figure Drawing? Looked through the OP but nothing
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Requesting "Super Deform Pose Collection Vol.1 - Basic and Action Pose"
https://www.animebooks.com/sudepocobaan.html
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>>4004826
man come on

http://libgen.io/search.php?req=Figure+Drawing%3A+Design+and+Invention
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https://mega.nz/#!iE4zSA4Y!PtvCc7uKkidGSnBI3pDJL-EzvVveOlPr3KKMUd3EUpU

all credits to this anon

>>4004185

>>3995304
>>3995306
>>3995385
>>3995400
>>3995431
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Anyone have "Storyboards: Motion in Art"
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Not really an art book, but I’’d like to use this for clothing studies, and design. There’s some really neat photography and illustrations. This, or any other fashion related books would be much appreciated.
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>>4004844
Thanks anon!
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>>4004319
>>4004656
Thanks, I'll look into those.
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where can i find this?
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>>4004656
>>4004656
Yeah, especially drawing with box and cylinder is for me.
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Is there more Kim Jung Gi's book beside those from 2007-2013?
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>>3999390
Thanks for these; I have physical versions but they're so beautiful I don't want to pull them out often.

>>3999415
No, fuck you leatherman.
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>>4004844
after reading loomis, this books is kind of what jazza would pull on to his children viewers
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>>3984587
Please please can someone scan this one?
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>>4005868
I can't seem to find the morpho books in any language -- can somebody help?
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>>4007123
see >>4001723
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i found this in a thrift store for $3 but i cant read nip scribe
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>>4007197
shit forgot
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>>4007159
But didn't somebody already scan these but in a different language??
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requesting Pixel Logic pdf
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>>4000544
1980s clothing, retard
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>>4007198
Looks interesting. Could you show a few pages? If the visuals are good enough it might be useful without knowing moon.
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Requestan. over 500 poses for tracing
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>>4007655
I'm pretty sure I saw it on yande.re. Masterpost was on page 108 I think. Enjoy your completely flat drawings though I guess...
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damn, wtf am I doing
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>>4007763
What is your mom going to say when she sees these?
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>>4007771
why I'm buying books of porn actresses pretending to be figure model
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>>4007771
Once you go asian you never go caucasian
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>>4007655
>tracing
Pathetic
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Has anyone bought art books off of aliexpress?
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>>4008763
nope I never knew you could; sounds like a dumb idea
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>>4008763
Not with those stock photos...

I remember some anon buying some anime book that cost him 170~GBP. Waited 3 weeks or so then received it heavily warped and water damaged. And the way he broke it down was the specific book is old(10yrs+), out of print, and limited stock. He was fucked.

Nah won't be taking any risks like he did.
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anyone has the sea of thieves artbook?
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>>4008804
There’s a huge difference between spending $200 on one book on Ali (which, yea, that’s stupid) as opposed to $30 for a book that’s usually $105
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Monster Hunter World Editor's Diary:

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>>4009441
Great stuff.
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>>4009441
Is this from e-hentai? Could you make torrent for the Street Fighter III, Resident Evil 20th and Solatorobo Little Tail Bronx Archives artbooks
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>>4008763
If it's a Japanese book having a Chinese version and much cheaper, I don't see why not, just don't get ones from Chinese authors
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>>4009735
>>4008763
Nvm I thought I'm in a different thread, if the reviews are good and show actual photos I would say it's safe. If something on Aliexpress is visibly more expensive than it would be if off-brand, it's usually an original item. If it's not a new store and has exceptionally good reviews, it should be completely safe
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>>4007789
and once you actually met one of the asian insrct and it's a major turn off, you'll just go full jungle amazonian nigresses
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>>3999390
Not OP but anybody have the latest book or is it too soon?
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>>4009929
I've had it since release, but didn't really get around to scanning it yet.
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>>4009798
Negro cope lol, I met them in real life and it made a sorta-fetish into a full blown race betrayal, fuck western whores.
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Anyone know where I can find or buy this one? I feel like I've looked everywhere.
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>>4009441
could someone put this on mega? please please. thx
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>>3997681
All books by Juliette Aristides
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Anyone have this?

池上遼一 ワイルド&ビューティーの描き方
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>>4010715
I've also been looking for looking for this
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Anyone got the Art of Prey?
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>>4011518
https://mega.nz/#!sOwVBQQD!2ySx6MbkOX89O2MC_yAvctGISfyqs3TXQTlrxpsOY2Q
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>>4011536
Well, thank you!



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