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As stated in the subject line, this is an anime/manga/cartooning thread!
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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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How would /ic/ feel about having a hands general?
I'm drawing hands because i'm terrible at it. I'm sure I'm not alone here, hands are a relatively complex subject.
w-ic-i is down currently, and I need some reference. This is the only thing I have, as you can see, it's not very great. Right hand references I found using google are shown from the same person and are even worse, some hands are not even complete.
Do you guys have anything else? What's your experience with drawing hands in particular? How do you construct a hand?
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Okay, I have a huge fucking boner for Loomis right now, the man is fucking amazing. But i'm having a lot of trouble visualizing the head in 3D, particularly that part in front of the eras, where the side of the face curves to meet the its front. Any tips?
I mean, I understand the shape will change depending on the face's shape and how thin or cheeky it is, but when I'm doing the planes of the face, I have a great deal of trouble visualizing it in three dimensions to know where I'm going to put the values.