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Has anyone else considered the buzz from David Choe that he ended up with $200,000,000 from painting facebook offices? He took stock rather than the $60,000 fee in 2007. If his stock was worth $200,000,000 on the day before the ipo then he had 5,000,000 shares of facebook stock. But the adjusted value of the stock in 2007 was about $1.50 which means they paid him $7,500,000 for his $60,000 mural fee. I believe we are being played and it's time to send in the blade runner.
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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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I'm an ok digital artist i'll rank my self in between beginner and average, not sure if thats ok or not lol but I'm streaming.
Join me now and watch me stream, also if you're new to Paint tool Sai and want to know the basics just ask me I'll try and tell you everything I know.
Wouldn't mind critique and some advice is always helpful in making me better. Hope you guys enjoy the steam and watch it of course.
If you need to know anything, such as, shortcuts, basic blending, brushes, tools, settings, canvas sizes and stuff I'm willing to tell you.
Pic related but unfinished.
stream link again: https://join.me/supbrosjoinmystream
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>humans, anatomy, faces and portraits everywhere
Am I the only one not interested in those? I like to draw scenery, buildings, non-organic stuff etc., but is it some kind of necessity to be able to draw humans, if I'd like to be a good artist? Pic unrelated.
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/ic/, I need your help
So starting in two/three weeks I am supposed to teach art to 5th and 6th graders, as my school is in a pinch and they asked me to help out. I dont think I am in any way ready for it but if I dont do it, the kids dont get to draw and paint at all.
I originally just thought I would let them do their thing and help them with their works, like mixing a few colors or advising on how to draw certain things etc. Though apparently I am supposed to kinda teach them with a proper plan.
If they were a bit older I would know where to start. But since these are so young, where do I start? how do I make art enjoyable but still give them some valuable lessons?
What material would I need? Start with watercolor? Acryl? Just plain drawings? Maybe start with some cartooning?
/ic/ please help me, so I dont ruin art for a lot of kids.