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>always liked to draw occasionally
>never had any special ability, no one would guess i'm interested in arts
>got a bamboo tablet
>cable is too fucking short, can barely connect it and use it
>meh, fuck this
>1 year later
>discover an old-ass usb-to-usb cable I had in a box
>why would anyone use th-
>realize it's a male female usb extension cable
>tfw i could have used the tablet with no problem during all this time
Recommend me stuff. Tried Loomis once, didnt work out.
For software I guess I will download Photoshop.
>inb4 read the fucking sticky
Too much shit, dont know where to start.
>tl;dr Recommend books and tips to someone who cant draw for shit.
What is the most emotionally striking work that you have ever seen?
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For me it has to be Hitler's The Holocaust (1933-1945) from his Third Reich period. To this day it provokes pure hatred, rage, fear, and sorrow. His name alone is synonymous with evil. Who else accomplishes this? Monet, Picasso, da Vinci, are all parochial compared to this genius. He has inspired artists, writers, film directors, politicians, religious leaders, and everyone else in the Western World. Such is the degree of influence Hitler was able to achieve. It is unfortunate this has gone unrecognized, but I hope that one day people can transcend such blinding hate of this man and learn to appreciate what he gave the art world. Do you?
Are you a fan of Hitler, yes or no? Has any other work succeeded in affecting an audience emotionally?
Pic related, one of many museums dedicated to this single work of art.