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How do we define art? Is something art just because it was created with artistic intent, or is art found in the execution/final product? I spoke to an art student today and I told him that I don't consider things like stuffing candy into your vagina to be art, and that "minimalist art" is just an excuse for being uncreative. He told me that art is just something done with artistic intent, so anything can be art. Well, I've never taken an art class, but I feel like just letting anything be considered art is insulting and degrading to art as a whole, and that we should have some standards as to what we do and don't consider art. What does /ic/ think?
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URGENT CAN SOMEONE DRAW ME A PIC OF HAMLET LIKE THIS REALLY QUICK HOLDING A SKILL THANKS
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Serious art thread!11
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>here is an experpt from my research paper on Mapplethorpe's art involving nude males. Could anyone briefly read through these two paragraphs (out of context) and tell me if it is well written? Mapplethorpe’s objectivity is also presented in Derrick Cross, 1983, a black and white photograph of a physically well-built African-American male with his back towards us.29 Mapplethorpe focused on the muscular qualities in an erotic yet more formal approach. The dark tone of the skin is contrasted beautifully against an extremely white background. With the effect of lighting, the smooth texture of the skin is displayed richly. The muscles are also highly emphasized and his biceps are illustrated like rolling hills in a landscape. This photograph is a battle between symmetry and asymmetry, as the line of force is shifting off-balance. This off-balance, diagonal movement is expressed by the downwards pulling of one arm by the other, congruent to the pulling force of gravity. It is almost like we are watching the symmetry be destroyed. Mapplethorpe presented this solidified model as a sculpture rather than an identifiable human being. From their book A Critical and Cultural Theory Reader, authors Antony Easthope and Kate McGowan write, “...with the tilt of the pelvis, the black man’s bum becomes a Brancusi.” By comparing the model’s buttocks to the work of sculptor Constantin Brancusi, Easthope and McGowan are emphasizing the formal attitude Mapplethorpe took to his photographic works; With the use of different elements, he creates effects to aesthetically idealize the nude black body as a sculpted work of art.30

children's book illustration

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I was trying to get used to artrage and wanted to make something like childrens books illustration so this is what I made. So does anybody here making similar stuff professionally? how can I get better at this? I know enviorment is big big piece in childrens book but I'm not very good at that so please post any books/illustrators/styles that you want to share for it might help people like me, also if you do this professionaly I'd like to hear things that you think might help me/others
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Never been here before. Is this picture true? Who is the artist? What award?
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Hey /ic/, looking for advice on choosing the right pen. Ive always found myself most proud of my line quality, and it seems to be what my professors like most about my work too. However, when I work with pens such as microns or copic multiliners, the tip tends to fracture, or break off entirely due to aggressive use. Are there any brands /ic/ might recommend for either durable or cheap bulk purchase?

Is this good?

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I just made some art real quick. Want feedback.
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some graffiti I did on a legal wall last weekend
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I just got back into my old hobby again, (After 2 years) and would definitely like some critique please. All I used was a 2/4/6B graphite pencils. Thanks in advanced. ^_^
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rate please

triangle

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what do you guys think of this i just made it and i didnt put much time into it

Zoe as The Virgin

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I took this photograph in Germany in 2003, just before deployment. While on deployment, I did this with Photoshop, just kind of learning the software as I went along. I've had it for all these years, and I haven't done anything with it. I guess I'll just show it to people. I miss Zoe. I don't have anything else. The laptop that I made it on is long gone. I had transferred everything else to a USB HD, but that crashed. I only have this one because I had uploaded it to photobucket. Some of the others I did were more popular to those around me, but I always liked this one best.
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Anybody to help me improve my work?
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Hey /ic/, can you supply me with a facial proportions sheet that you think is best. Google has so many different proportions with different ways to measure.
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Anybody know how I can turn this picture into "Django Red"? any suggested programs?

In need of a Slam Man URGENT!!!

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I am in serious need of a Slam Man boxing dummy. I would need to be able to come get it on Wednesday or Thursday. If you have one for sale please contact me immediately. THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT I AM IN NEED ASAP. Let Slam Man rise from the dark depths of 4chan. PLEASE I am located in Chicago and willing to drive to get it.
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Hai gais, I need an/some artist/s relating to individuality, pic not related
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Hi /ic/ I usually see people here give advice that the best way to learn to draw is to draw from life, from things around you. So that is what I've been doing but I keep getting stuck on shading. I can see the actual object and shadow with my own eyes, but can't translate it to paper very well. Do you have any tips or tutorials on how to do shadows or shading in general with traditional tools? I would really appreciate it. Pic related, it is the one I am having trouble with
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What is /ic/'s opinion on Robert Hughes. Bringing him up because somebody re-uploaded his Shock of the New series back on Youtube.






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