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Hi, could anybody please help me find the artist who made this image? I remember downloading this piece off of Twitter.
I've never been, just wanted to ask about people's experiences with it.
Was it worthwhile to go? How much did you improve from when you entered vs when you graduated? How much of that improvement was due to teacher instruction and how much of it was just due to drawing a lot? How easy was it to get useful, personalized critiques on your work?
What the fuck was his problem?
why does david has ahegao heart pupils?
Because Michelangelo was probably somewhat gay, so he wanted to sculpt a handsome ideal male making an ahegao expression.
It's to give the illusion of highlights on the eyes.
I absolutely love this.
It's actually true.
I just realized it. Wow.
literally autism i think
wasn't he known as a savant that destroyed his own work in fits of rage and became a recluse for months at a time? repressed homosexuality and mild lutheran feelings are just a bonus really
love this motherfucker
>he depends on income from being a wagecuck to support his art hobby instead of investing in stocks and withdrawing money every year
any advice on getting started?
>Buying stocks in 2k20 >Not buying superior gold and silver for hyerinflation Stick to art kiddo
>>4469040 >getting burned out for drawing /any/ kind of porn
>>4467910 >Are you me?
I am you in 10yrs, I’m already living off the fat and enjoying the draw
Everything is 30% off, I’ve bought ~150k of index funds over the past month
I know I have a lot of space to improve, anatomy, rendering... But at the end of the day, no matter how good I get, I still feel like this is just going to be a drawing, and not art. Am I wrong? Is this just a phase I'm going through? Also any critique is appreciated
>>4468539 >>4468573 >>4468589
You should check out The Science and Practice of Drawing by Harold Speed.
He spends the opening of the book defining both what art is and what makes for a good drawing. I think you'd find it helps flesh out both y'alls perspectives on art.
pls OP dont become another human printer doing same job as photo cameras is the reverse of artistic
Art can be many things so what is important is what it means to you. For me I enjoy art for telling stories and world building. About the drawing thing, I don't think that it isn't art but you should try to get good at painting and sculpture, they all strengthen eachother and backup important skills like visualisation
Never planned on doing that, it's just a start until I get better and be able to express things I like without them looking like complete shit
you are clearly well on the path to becoming exactly that. you need to start working from imagination. using refs for your work is fine, and even ideal in a lot of circumstances, but you need to learn how to manipulate what you are studying. not just copy blindly.
I have a folder full of pictures of random people and things that I find inspiring (in terms of world/character building), but I don't know how to name them and when I show them to people they don't understand the point of some if I don't use them as a direct character reference, anything you find weirdly inspiring depending on what's on your mind when it comes to illustration and world building goes there.
Pictured is a weirdly skinny/muscular third world construction worker
Dutch man goes on an expedition and gets enclosed in an avalanche.
>“What a way to die…I gave up once more and let the hours pass without another move. But I recovered my strength while I rested and my morale improved. I was alive after all. I had not eaten for hours, but my digestion felt all right. I got a new idea! I had often seen dog’s dung in the sled track and had noticed that it would freeze as solid as a rock. Would not the cold have the same effect on human discharge? Repulsive as the thought was, I decided to try the experiment. I moved my bowels and from the excrement I managed to fashion a chisel-like instrument which I left to freeze…I was patient. I did not want to risk breaking my new tool by using it too soon…At last I decided to try my chisel and it worked!”
After crawling out and finding shelter, he had to amputate his own gangrenous toes, without anesthesia, as he was teetotal.
Messing around with some sketching for the first time in a long time. Would love some feedback/advice. (I know it's not very inspired, just trying to get the technique down first.)
If you're not freehanding your perspective grids, you might as well trace
Robert W. Gill's
book "rendering with pen and ink"
Or "Creative Perspective"
Not being Keith Ferris sucks. He makes this with no other than a front and side view of his drawing subject and its literally done.
Link has the finished piece.
wow. i would say the methodical approach to perspective is worth it!
In a way you kinda are doing calculus, along with geometry, trigonometry, and just math in general.
then you're going to hate engineering drawing
What effects will this shutdown have on the world of contemporary art?
of course not
but bad art is inevitable.
why dont you post some good art?
This is prophetic. I already know.
Ah you. Im going to watch it now. Thanks.
What kind of style is this?
I want more sculptures like this. Similarly looking drawings/paintings/art is good too.
Is this a style at all?
I have a feeling I've really seen something like this.
i bet 100 bucks you want to do this shit because you think its too hard to learn how to do proper sculpture
It just looks good to me. I like something like:
>pic related But it's not exatly this. I also remember something like two very tall angel(?) sculptures, holding swords, standing near some sort of entrance to a some sort of palace palace(?). I just like that aesthetic
I would call it geometric or low-poly