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>immediately revert to /beg/ skills when trying to make comic panels

Post in this thread if u cant make comics
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No.5627704 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>taking art history elective
>learn that menhirs were sometimes constructed to look like giant cocks
I hate being a member of this species.
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Artists who are literally you. Expressionists need not reply.
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And they say elves are pretty

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3 value studies

No.5627907 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Every painting course I've taken teaches this method but I don't understand how it should be applied to your actual work.
They mention how it's important for a clear read and how it's a good exercise for simplification and observation, not much else.

Have you done these studies before? How did it help you?
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How do I start drawing?

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I really like realistic and fantasy medieval/renaissance scenes. I'd like to work with pencil but maybe move onto simulated or even real paint. Are there any good books/tutorials?
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Commission question

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Do clients sometimes ghost you? Like, they'll be interested in your work, send you a dm offering a price for something, you respond and then nothing. I'm not sure if it's because of my late responses (due to different time zones) or if client ghosting is normal.
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Box perspective

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I know /ic/ prefer anime and stylized art style over fundies, but I think this kind of exercise, when looking pass its unappealing nature, can be quite fun and educational. Currently I draw about 1 page full of box, mostly with whatever happens to catch my interest at the time. Feel free to join me, hope I showed the fun in fundamentals to u guys
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/dtg/ - Drawing Tablet General

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Intuos 4 Edition.

This is a thread to discuss all kinds of digital drawing hardware: non-display graphics tablets, pen display tablets, portable tablets and more.

>What should I buy?
State your:
>Type (display? non-display? portable?)
>Size (in inches)
>Other information
>Previous equipment

If you have any additional questions, ask them.

>Recommended tablets:

Intuos 3 - Best screenless tablet. Look for one on Craigslist or Ebay.
Intuos 4, 5 & Pro - Also good options. Will burn through your nibs.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite - Budget portable display tablet. Very solid drawing experience with Wacom EMR tech, but a small 10.4" display area.
Used iPad Pro 2nd Gen 12.9" - Best option for a display tablet.
Galaxy Tab S7+ - Good premium alternative to an iPad Pro


XP-Pen, Huion, Gaomon and every other Chinese brand - Poor build quality, lackluster pens, broken tilt, struggles to register light pressure, horrible customer support and the displays are not calibrated. All Chinese brands are basically the same because they're all centralized. Check out the webm to understand how bad they are. Also watch out, Chinese companies shill HARD on /ic/; they do a lot of samefagging and frequently hurl personal insults.
Microsoft Surface Pro - The N-Trig digitizer means you will always get wobbly lines.
Lenovo - Bad drawing performance because they're not designed with art in mind.
Cintiqs & other desktop display tablets - Overpriced, prone to problems and will lead to back posture issues.
iPads (brand new)
iMacs and Macbooks - Never buy this garbage under any circumstance. It's a locked ecosystem with rubbish hardware you can't upgrade.

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Ignore the demoralization threads

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This is Isamu Kamikokuryo.
He started in his 30 working on Square/Enix, worked on 3 Final Fantasy games as lead and art director
there is no excuse for not get your goals as an artist

more about his experience here:
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