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"We never copy from the model, but analyze it." - Glen Vilppu
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Try to keep calm, have a positive attitude and avoid making Kind Janitor-san angry!
A general message to aspiring artists: Don't ever think that you should stop attempting to learn how to draw because "it takes too long" or "drawing is just a hobby." Being shitty at your hobby is definitely not better than doing your hobby well, no matter what your laziness tells you. Have some dedication in what you love to do, damn it!
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. Or you could muscle through it and end up like Genzoman or worse, your choice. You can also discuss the visual elements of various professional artists as well if you keep it relatively articulate and civil.
>Fresh off the boat? Read the fucking sticky!
>List of active livestreams
>Japanese Animu Tutorials
Keep calm, take it easy and remember the words of our good friend Glen Vilppu: “No rules, just tools.”
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For anyone who has read Bakuman, and actual aspirations of becoming an Artist/Writer, how do you compare yourself to the storywriters and artists presented?
Do you feel you could be, or are, as good of a artist, and come up with equally unique and good Ideas? Or could be as efficient and hard-working? Or did it all make you just lose confidence?
I think this should be a more dicussed topic, since the Manga is more or less for aspiring artists...but after reading how did it change the prespective?
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I'm not an artist, or I don't do any sort of graphic design, but there is something I've wanted to know for a while now..
I'm just wondering how these sorts of images are created (will post some more examples). Sort of like old PC98 graphics, with the kind of pixel shading rather than using more colours. Was it only because there weren't enough colours to actually do proper shading?
I'm also wondering if there are any old-school paint programs that have texture brushes that can emulate this effect, or even a converter that changes an image to this low-bit look.
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Hello /ic/, I will be doing an image dump of Disney sketchbooks of Lady and the Tramp, Sleepying Beauty and Bambi. Tonight ill be doing Lady and the Tramp. If there's a demand, I'll stay up and post all three books. If There's more demand, I'll post Micheal Matessi's Force: Dynamic life drawings for animators, in another thread. All tonight.