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Not really a frequent lurker of this board, but I thought I'd give it a try.
This is more of a concept consult than anything else, but feel free to critique the piece (may help to improve the other ones).
I'm the type that always comes up with super awesome fun looking ideas for projects, gets all enthusiastic about them, get a bit frustrated at the middle and then never ever finish them.
This happens to be the case.
It was supposed to be a series of paintings that revolved around the relationship between a "thinker" and his ideas. And I only got to make one panting.
After that one I started to overthink about how to resolve the next one and got fucking stuck. Now I can't even picture how to continue and make it understandable for the viewer.
(sorry if anything is miss spelled or wrong, english is not my native tongue)
Oh yes, used acrilics and pencil. Experimenting with very diluted white and siena acrilic to make sort of a
gouache. Canvas is mdf.
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I made this very recently, and would like some anonymous opinions. I had a 30 minute critique of it, but it was in a small class with people who more or less liked me, so I felt that the critique was artificially positive. For some background, the joke is based on one I found posted in about 2005 on some shitty joke site when I searched "funny horse jokes." I want some less biased opinions because I want to do more of videos like this one as a series. What works, what doesn't, what would make this particular video better, and if I continue to use appropriated jokes like this one, what could I do to better "animate" them?
It's rough. but give this a read
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Chapter one: History
Alone in the dark, a man sits, wondering how the war might be ended. This war, raging for centuries, with no end in sight. It was his Fathers’ Father who was at fault. He had taxed the people into a corner and when they could no longer pay, he had them slaughtered. The people had revolted. Causing chaos and destruction within the Kingdom, the poverty of war spreading like the plague throughout all of the surrounding Kingdoms.
The man who started the war, King Azel Edmundson, had butchered every man, woman, and child within ten leagues of Servibile, the capital city, who was not up to date on their taxes, mere days after the first revolt, wherein 4 soldiers and a Lord were captured and thrown in prison. The people fell in line, for a while, however, peace through force doesn’t last for long. Six months after the horrible crime that came to be known as ‘The blood money slaughter’ , many citizens of a town in the North, Camila, rose up and overtook the Lords and Law Enforcement in the town. That was where it began, they inspired the people all throughout the Kingdom to stand up for themselves. They fought and took back a piece of the Kingdom near the Northern Forest, Terania. Nearly a hundred leagues of land, claimed by the Rebels in a matter of weeks.
When they seized Amadacada, a port city, the King felt that it would be necessary to fight back with the full force of his Armies. Driving the Rebels back into the forest where they disappeared for nearly ten years. No one knows where they went, but when they returned they possessed weapons more advanced than any the Kingdom had at its disposal. The soldiers were great in number and trained in many arts of fighting and war. A few of them had above average strength and speed, seeming to move with more grace and precision than humanly possible. They laid waste a path from the forest to the capital where they fought and beheaded the King.
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Hello /ic/, I am here to promote a facebook page, to promote you! Thats right, ladies and gentlemen you scratch my back, I scratch yours like this link and message us some of your art, and we will shout you out, get a little publicity.