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I periodically see posts complaining about a lack of inspiration.
So, here is a random art prompt generator I found by a quick google search:
Here's the first ten results it gave me when I gave it a try to see if it was total crap or not:
Color scheme: black. Mood: happiness. Theme: a miracle of rare device.
Create three pictures on the theme of movement. The first should depict relief, the second joy, and the third pessimism.
It should contain architecture that curves like the human body or martyrdom. The principal colors should be achromatic tones. Prompt: crystal.
Theme: eternal connection. It should contain body modifications or candy, and use primarily monochrome colors.
Theme: life. It should contain mirrors or lions, and use primarily green colors.
This picture depicts a big man and a rock star and either magic or superpowers. Prompt: fragile past.
Try to create a sense of grief with a courtesan who carries a knife in a passive pose.
Try to evoke the quality of schadenfreude using only contrasting colors. Theme: butterfly kisses.
Using a predominantly achromatic color scheme, show a character in a mood of dread. Experiment with the amount, angle, harshness, origin, source, or color of the lighting.
Using a predominantly brown color scheme, show a character in a mood of sin. Mix elements from different art styles.
So, if you can't decide, or think of, anything to draw, give it a shot! Or you could just get to work on the third result it gave me on my test, namely the martyrdom achromatic architecture with crystals involved somehow thingie.
Because that sounds fucking awesome.
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If i ask this in /3/ they'll laugh at me; i got an oculus rift recently, and i wanna make some hand-painted atmospheric 3d interiors, but i'm a 2d artist so i don't wanna waste a lot of time modelling furniture; got any resource for low-poly basic interior props like chairs, toilets, stairs, doors and windows that i can just paste on my levels? I remember there was some tracker for artist resources floating around at some point. Thanks /ic/
Alternative Art/Stylization General
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"Success comes only with personal effort, aided by whatever knowledge the individual can apply along with the effort. If this were not true, we would be able to do anything in the world simply by reading books."
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A general message to aspiring artists: "Lack of knowledge can be greater torture than the effort of acquiring it. When all is said and done, nature is your best instructor."
Submit your drawings, receive feedback or critique others! Share your knowledge and remember to thank those who've critiqued or red-lined your drawings. Most importantly, have fun.
This thread is meant for artists who might want to try to make stylized work in-between their studies. It is strongly recommended that you use this thread in conjunction with learning the elements and fundamentals of art. You can also discuss the visual elements of various professional artists as well if you keep it relatively articulate and civil.
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Remember the words of our good friend Glen Vilppu: “No rules, just tools.”
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Post here your progress, or other artist's progress, whether is shit to not-so-shitty, shit to gud, good to god tier, etc. Look at someone else's bad stuff to feel less like shit if you need to help your self-esteem, that someone can be the You from the past.
Pic related. Both pics are casual pen sketches I did for fun. Will type some more details in another post.
But yeah, progress thread. You already know what to do. Get postin'