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4628869 No.4628869 [Reply] [Original]

rate mine

>> No.4628871

Triangle man is one of my OC, hes a possessed kkk hood

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4628839 No.4628839 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4629819 >>4630512

so I have been doing SFW pieces for a while now, but I think I want to start doing some NSFW commissions now, but what is the best way to receive payment for pieces while remaining anonymous?

>Pic not mine

>> No.4629819
Quoted By: >>4629823

While I haven't done this before, anon, I do know a few people who have and who actively do.
One piece of advice that I heard from someone actively drawing this sort of comms is that you should not use the email address that you use for paypal as a primary contact email, or an email that you give out to anyone but the respective person that's paying you.
This is mostly to avoid paypal noticing you're selling porn over their platform. But again, this counts mainly for paypal. Which I rbought up given it's the main tool a lot of people use.

I'd love to tell you about other ways to exchange money, but I'm not too sure about others. I know there's cryptos, but it's not a pond in which I've really swam before.

>> No.4629823

One other piece of advice I can offer if you're using things such as paypal or something else that might have an issue with NSFW material is the following:
Detach the material itself from the transaction. What I mean by this is, you could do something such as a small doodle or whatever, that you could always cite as the reason for the transaction if anyone from these wallet choking services asks. As far as they're concerned, you only sell $50 sketches of care bears hugging clouds.

>> No.4630512

>Pic not mine
Of course.

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4628754 No.4628754 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Last thread:>>4624468
>Link: https://dad.gallery
>Dev Tracker:https://trello.com/b/MCPk8MIg/dad-dev-board
>For registration, site issues, streak loss appeals, other inquiries, contact the link at the bottom of the site, not the thread

>Submit your artwork everyday (or your preferred frequency)
>The deadline for submissions is 23:59:59 GMT each day
>You should spend at least 30 minutes on each update
>Miss a day and you'll be alright, just keep going
>Have fun

>New thread is made whenever it is needed
>Please link to past thread
>Enjoy yourself
>Please refrain from drawing sexual encounters with underage humans ;^) (a.k.a no child porn you sick pervert)


Something's broken, what do I do?
>Eat a banana. Potassium helps.

What is the goal?
>Be better.

me is beginner and not know draw, can me join?
>Yes x100. Stop asking and start submitting art, chum. You can't be the worst, like literally.

What is Last Artist Standing?
>The legacy, the legend, the original, the predecessor. It has changed and ruined lives of many lassies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epg08FlksTc

Lava who? w what? banana whom?
>Lava was the deceased mother, potentially dead by surgery. Rest in peace mr half-empty toothpaste lemur.
>w is the heartless hypocritical pedo-enabled asshole father. Emerge occasionally to enjoy being the local scumbag that he is.
>Current dad: banana. Fuck up time to time but is trying his hardest, ganbatte kudasai!


LAS discord: https://discord.gg/2crFvKV

This is a library of resources some users have made for the community. Please give it a look:

This is the /las/ list of inspirational artists. Everyone can contribute to the list and discover new cool artists:

Please comment on each other artwork because DAD's children love attentions

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>> No.4631582

you didn't know?

>> No.4631642
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Okay I submitted im going to go play project diva now

>> No.4631647

wait what

>> No.4631648
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>> No.4631672
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AGREED OPEN REGS NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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4628719 No.4628719 [Reply] [Original]

I'm a brain damaged schizophrenic incapable of creativity and learning things such as art and math so I like to come here and watch you guys do what I wish I could do. I asked my mom to buy the keys to drawing book a couple years ago because everyone suggests it but I hurt myself trying too hard to think for the drawing exercises

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>> No.4630262

What is your schizophrenia like? Schizophrenia sounds like the scariest thing in the world

>> No.4630407
Quoted By: >>4630803

he meant nigga in a friendly encouraging "bro" manner, not calling you a nigger. you sound like a schizo lol

>> No.4630494
Quoted By: >>4630803

There's neetbux but there's also marketing your crazy. Look up Yayoi Kusama, not technically diagnosed schizo but she had hallucinations both audio and visual.

More assholes day to day but people will throw money for abstract art made by a crazy.

>> No.4630803

Oh yeah that reminds me, I hate it when artists with psychotic disorders like linkin park or shadman for example, they use the thoughts from their mental illness as inspiration for their lyrics or artwork, and then normies with normal brains worship them for how "creative" and "different" they are and they don't realize there's thousands more losers with those same thought process

I know that, its just because I can't fucking stand that stupid excuse for a word and because blacks here use it to make other people know that they're black just like vegetarians

>> No.4630819

>Get a real IQ test
Why? For bragging right on the internet? No point. You got what you got now apply however great or little towards something productive.

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4628714 No.4628714 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4628725

>> No.4628725

how do you deal with annoyance?

only solution I've found with this problem: make the display tablet the main display
pro: dialog boxes open on my drawing tablet
con: the taskbar has to be moved to my first monitor every time i start up pc Or else taskbar takes up valuable drawing tablet screen real estate

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>> No.4629781
Quoted By: >>4630383

Set it as your main display you fucking retard

>> No.4630383

the problem with that is that everytime I turn on my tablet I have to move the taskbar and all of my tabs back to the other monitor?

Is there any way to prevent this?

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4628694 No.4628694 [Reply] [Original]

can you tell what year this was painted in without looking it up?

if so, how?

>> No.4629123

I guessed 2010 because it reminds me of stuff I'd see on conceptart.org back in the day or what was popular back then.

>> No.4629249


>> No.4629762

2018 just because I've seen this rendering style become popular as of recent, though it may have been done a few years before before then.

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4628633 No.4628633 [Reply] [Original]

What are the best illustrated comics and manga in general /ic/?

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>> No.4631215

Humanity has always had coomers, they just have way more outlets now.

>> No.4631224
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Surprised that Mike Mignola has not been mentioned yet, dude's popular even among japanese mangakas

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Quoted By: >>4631515

Amazing recs dude! I love Ronald Searle but he mostly does illustration books.

>> No.4631478

Based. Finally, someone who actually reads comics. I already know about a lot of these guys and love their work, who else would you recommend?

>> No.4631515
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You might like Chris Riddell, he does kids books
To stay on comics, Jeff Smith. Bone is a classic but posting a single page doesn't do it justice.

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4628612 No.4628612 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4628851

so ?

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>> No.4628615

If it's traditional I think the glow effect is good, if not, I feel the entire piece is a little underwhelming

>> No.4628617
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>> No.4628721

nice procreate icon fan art anon

>> No.4628851
Quoted By: >>4630289

What's supposed to be that?

>> No.4630289

i think its some sort of heated steal

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4628557 No.4628557 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4629074 >>4629094

Does anyone know what kind of art style this is or maybe can point me in the right direction of artist?

I have been searching all day and can't find anything close to the style of it. I know it is a sticker from one of those coin vending machines, probably from the 80s. Other than that I am just shootin in the dark here.

>> No.4629074

generic coloring/childrens book art

>> No.4629094
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>> No.4629289
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The "style" you might be looking for here might be in the real of old prints, at least going by details such as the thick outline with some of the hatching and cross hatching.
Although, consider that this sticker will be a painted modern adaptation of such old prints which would traditionally be done in xilography. As far as I'm aware a lot of prints wouldn't use much cross hatching (Like in the wings) in favor of cleaner simple hatching (as you see in the belly of the dragon and the feet).

It's not that easy to find many originals as there's many people online trying to copy them. But if you look for heraldry dragons and heraldic art. You can see examples like this dragon you posted.
Pic related, it's one of the more legit things that you can find.
You can also look into medieval german print makers to see similar examples. As the Germans heavily favored xilography for a while.

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4628508 No.4628508 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4630826

Is it wrong to make easy money off of recent events with your art? I'm not particularly political, I don't vote, I don't care about what's going on outside of my own life, but I also need money.

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>> No.4630701

>If you care you protest or donate money.
nah, that's fake as fuck. I don't have any money and I don't like the people protesting.

>> No.4630824
Quoted By: >>4630846

Not true. There’s nots of artists out there doing donation based commissions that benefit bail funds and other causes related to all this

>> No.4630826

dont mess with politic on twitter

even if you do nothing people will attack you for bullshit

>> No.4630831

>Deal with the cops first
nigger will kill you faster

>> No.4630846

>bail funds and other causes related to all this
bail funds for looters and white people flipping over cop cars? another $500,000 for the family of the victim? donations at this point are either blindly helping the wrong people or celebrities piling money onto the family, who probably just last week were saying the meaning of life is more than money

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4628422 No.4628422 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4629873

how was he able to master drawing and painting, while focusing on medicine and engineering and million other things?

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>> No.4629842
Quoted By: >>4629883

Don't let such things be a reason to give up or justify not striving for your full potential though.

>> No.4629847

He slept 2 hours a day

>> No.4629873

Drawing, as Da Vinci practiced it, is itself a scientific process. Drawing is an integral part of engineering, medicine, biology, and math. I learned drafting and perspective as part of engineering rather than in art class (which taught the Right-Side-of-the-Brain BS and was largely useless).

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Quoted By: >>4629888

most "talentfags" end up burnt out and like a coddled fetus anyways. people born of lesser aptitude but massive drive go further most of the time lol

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Yes, but the only people who go far enough to matter have both. Doesn't mean you shouldn't try though

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4628378 No.4628378 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4630545

So I just learned that one of my fav artists killed herself a year ago...

Take care of yourselves and each other, guys. We're all in this together.


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>> No.4628481

are you sure? i only saw one but it looked like a boybutt
>too vain and insecure
i mean, you're not wrong.
>cons and shit, you will meet other people like you.
i only ever went to one workshop & didn't talk to anyone or make any friends
[spoiler:lit]except on the last day when i accidentally won a raffle and spilled my autism everywhere getting the prize [/spoiler:lit]

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>> No.4628607

>Go to cons
Do you know how much of a faggot you need to be to attend one?

>> No.4630545

>used to draw gay shit
Good riddance

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4628207 No.4628207 [Reply] [Original]

I'm a complete beginner hoping to learn to draw and eventually paint. I've looked through the resources threads and been inundated with videos and books, I was wondering if there's a recommended self-study "curriculum" if you will? Or for anyone who self studied, what route did you follow?

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4628140 No.4628140 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4631632

F YOU ARE A /BEG/INNER IN ART, please use this thread to post pieces for critique or ask for advice. We should not have to make new threads or post in the /draw/thread with our fundamental exercises.

Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, do not give up, make YOURSELF feel proud.

previous >>4621118

READ THE STICKY if you're new or need guidance.

Sticky: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uwaXKU7ev6Tw_or__o8ARpUb6r2rCZYJGqwSFV9AD98/edit#bookmark=id.15jx3pyuimvj

RESIZE YOUR IMAGES - try ~1000px, <1.1mb

TRY TO BE MORE ACTIVE AND GIVE PEOPLE SOME FEEDBACK - many studies are left unreplied, which is sad and can be quite demotivating for the people that try their best to improve, but are left directionless.

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>> No.4631624

obviously people are different. those are the ideal standard proportions. you learn them then adjust for different people and body types

>> No.4631632
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Doodled a Pacman

>> No.4631646
Quoted By: >>4631651

How do I stop drawing lines on every edge ? When I erase them it looks weird even after shading

>> No.4631651

only draw the lines that are in shade

>> No.4631673

not really fair to compare the 8 head method to something that isnt human

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4628129 No.4628129 [Reply] [Original]

>used to think realism was this huge advanced extremelly skilled shit
>discover is basically tracing the art form from real life
>the more you can learn to trace real life the more skilled you are
>tfw drawing realism is just being a shitty human camera oscura
>but muh fantasy dragons (which are made from tracing lizard photos)

the worst part is that if you don't trace from real life people will think your skills are shit, even if you draw 100% from imagination.

people think chin chan and hello kitty takes less skill than making a shitty realistic AAA concept art shit.

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>> No.4628254

yikes beg excuses

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If you only trace references without really understanding them, you produce soulless shit like pic related. Good enough to impress normies and NGMIs, but pig-disgusting to actual artists.

If all you care about is impressing people who are unable to appreciate art, then sure, just copy what you see. But you could impress them with virtually anything, because they don't even know how to look.

Actual skill requires an understanding way beyond just acting as a human camera. You have to capture the forms, balance the composition, control the pattern of marks you make for aesthetic appeal.

>> No.4628315

If this connects with you then you should draw more original stuff. It may not look perfect but you'll quickly learn what your faults are and hopefully improve. References and studies could be used to learn how to fix those faults instead of just doing them for the sake of doing them. I always hate it when I find someone online who draws neat ideas that might be weak but have potential but then they fall into the endless studies hole and never climb out.

>> No.4628640

> sprinting is just walking man, basketball is just putting a ball in a hoop dude, and people get paid to do those things can you believe that shit?

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4628095 No.4628095 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4628102

>> No.4628102
Quoted By: >>4628105

Op has to draw it first

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4628025 No.4628025 [Reply] [Original]

How the hell can I go about drawing NORMAL people when every tutorial uses fucking bodybuilders? These seemingly don't help when you're trying to draw AVERAGE people. I don't want everyone I draw being a fucking musclebound person.

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>> No.4630554

do americans really?

>> No.4631059

dyel ngmi

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>> No.4631416

I feel you, anon. I use athletes, martial artists, etc. when I draw fit people, as they're usually a leaner kind of muscle, movies or other media when I draw normal people, and myself when I draw zombies and other undead.

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4628024 No.4628024 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4628036

Can you make him pretty

>> No.4628033

Yes but it's gonna cost you 50 USD + tip.

>> No.4628036

He's already pretty anon wym

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4627959 No.4627959 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4628052

Have anyone tried Digital Inking Kit Bundle for Clip Studio Paint? Are there any other good digital resources for comics/manga creator?

>> No.4627995

Any free inking brushes you find on the CPS community would do the job, or just use SAI to ink.

>> No.4628052

I haven't maybe if you share it with us I can give my opinion.

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>> No.4628718 [DELETED]
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In the border between Egypt and Sudan, there are795 sq miles (2,060 km2) of land unclaimed by neither.

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4627947 No.4627947 [Reply] [Original]

so is gurney's website the only place for professional painters nowadays, wasn't there super black or something

>> No.4628041
Quoted By: >>4628377

There's wetcanvas.com but the people there are pretty much all retirees and other assorted boomers. They tend to be pretty bad, too.

>> No.4628377
Quoted By: >>4628425

>They tend to be pretty bad, too
the fuck are you smoking? i just went to their gallery subforum, opened 6 random threads and saw shit that btfo's 90% of /ic/ myself included.

>> No.4628425


Well, if you tink so. I'm honestly barely ever impressed with what gets posted there.

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4627935 No.4627935 [Reply] [Original]

Fucks sake, where am I supposed to get art learning resources from now?

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>> No.4628586

Fuck off bad to reddit.
>b-but I've been locked!
Serves you right nigger, find another shit basednest to squirm around.

>> No.4629230

That doesn't help either.
Nobody has written a single fucking reform proposal. No politician, no corp rat, no protester. Nobody. Nobody wants change, they just want to whine.

>> No.4629232

should have thought of that before you stoked those flames of racism for the last decade anon

>> No.4629233

And nothing of value was lost.

>> No.4630493

I hope those faggots don’t come here

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4627915 No.4627915 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4629962 >>4629966

I am in financial ruin, no job and a debt for over $10 000. Is there a way for me to earn money from art in any shape or form? I've been drawing for some time now but I am in the middle of getting to the point where I can be hired for my stuff, now my art has no value (no following, no one to buy it even). I realize it's a stupid question because the term "a starving artist" is legit but I just can't handle the stress of having no income whatsoever. I work digitally so it makes everything even harder, I don't know if I should kill myself or actually try, since everything seems so hopeless now

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>> No.4629437

coom art is a bit of a hack but it helps to have a coomer art style.

>> No.4629666

Brainlet cope.

>> No.4629962

Fuck you and pyw if you want advice. How are you going to ask for help on how to make money with art if you won’t post your shitty ass work? How much/if any money you make is based on your skill level. Fuck off.

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>> No.4630071

Apparently craigslist works great for that, despite its reputation. Wouldn't hurt you to post there and look for gigs while waiting for people to commission you.

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4627914 No.4627914 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4627934

I need help. I am new to drawing. I have been using bezier curves to draw. This results in vector paths with a constant stroke width.
I am trying to emulate the style on the left. You can see that the lines get thicker in certain places, like around corners. My WIP is on the right. I'm wondering if there's a quick way to achieve the same effect on the vector outline I've already drawn. Ideally I'd be able to take my mouse and brush over parts that should be thicker, and have the vector lines get thicker there.
I'm using Krita but I'll download or pirate any software you tell me to, so tips in any software are appreciated. Any other tips on vector line art, like if you have any favorite techniques or brushes, I'd be happy to hear those too.
I do have a wacom tablet but I want to see if I can do without it.

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Quoted By: >>4627949

linework layers in SAI/CSP allow you to edit thickness of lines where you choose, but the end result will look like shit either way

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I'll check that out. Also I found a gif illustrating what I had in mind.

>> No.4628016

if you're looking for something more manual, the term line weight is the one you're looking for. but the only way I know of to achieve this is to draw them manually, as in you draw them yourself.

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4627828 No.4627828 [Reply] [Original]

You're sitting at your desk, pen/pencil in hand, ready to draw. You think about what you want to draw. Do you "see" an image in your mind / imagination?

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>> No.4627881

same with me

>> No.4627958

Yes but I also have references and prompts and understanding of the subject before I start and before I start a final piece I make a bunch of sketches to try my visions out in practice because they're not accurate.

>> No.4627978

Yes but I tend to have multiple images from different angles in my mind so I have to work out the composition in my head a bit first. Learning more about shapes has helped a lot.

>> No.4628003
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Something like this.

>> No.4628015

No. And I think that’s the problem. Like I’ll know what I want to draw (girl being tortured by a mad scientist, I have a damsel in distress thing) but I can’t picture what she really looks like, how is he torturing her, how is she bound, etc. I just kind of bullshit that as I go and that’s why it always ends up as shit. I especially fail at thinking of a scene like what else is in his mad scientist lab? What equipment? Tesla coils? Beakers? Shelves of severed women’s heads? A hideous lab assistant?

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