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#74450 - trisketthebiskit (8 hours ago) [-]
more demon girl. boy shes awful at her job
#74449 - groulgarigon (9 hours ago) [-]
More studies. Something a bit more laid back today. A comp study of Craig Mullin's work.
#74446 - thirdjess ONLINE (16 hours ago) [-]
#74436 - groulgarigon (07/31/2015) [-]
Doing studies again. This time of slightly newer artists. This one color study of a work done by Jon Foster.

Need to push my darks harder.
#74437 to #74436 - groulgarigon (07/31/2015) [-]
And then this one. A color study of Rick Berry's work. rick Berry is super subtle. Studying him will help me get rid of this heavy hand of mine.
#74438 to #74437 - anon (07/31/2015) [-]
That's a really cool painting.
User avatar #74439 to #74438 - groulgarigon (23 hours ago) [-]
Thanks. Go thank Rick Berry too. He ain't dead yet!
#74433 - cheeziswin ONLINE (07/30/2015) [-]
Anyone got any good references for scars, maybe? Not just drawing them but the specifics. How a burn scar differs from a puncture scar, how old scars differ from newer ones, et cetera. It would help me out a bunch.

Here's a thing by my favorite artist, kaleidraws, just so this comment isn't so bland.
User avatar #74447 to #74433 - Nahyon (14 hours ago) [-]
tfw actual Stanford
User avatar #74451 to #74447 - cheeziswin ONLINE (5 hours ago) [-]
User avatar #74440 to #74433 - dragontamers (22 hours ago) [-]
I have a pretty narly puncture/tear scar on my arm if that'll help. You can even see where they had the stitches.
User avatar #74441 to #74440 - cheeziswin ONLINE (22 hours ago) [-]
Anything will help! What did you get it from?
#74442 to #74441 - dragontamers (22 hours ago) [-]
From a sign promoting an injury lawyers firm. Taught me the definition of irony.
One half of the scar was from the intial puncture the rest from the sign tearing the skin.
User avatar #74443 to #74442 - cheeziswin ONLINE (22 hours ago) [-]
Yikes, that does look pretty bad. It did help a lot though! Now I know stitches can leave marks which makes this all the more easier. Thanks a bunch!
User avatar #74444 to #74443 - dragontamers (21 hours ago) [-]
Thing nearly killed and you're welcome.
User avatar #74434 to #74433 - alleksi (07/31/2015) [-]
I'm sure googling them is a great idea
User avatar #74435 to #74434 - cheeziswin ONLINE (07/31/2015) [-]
I'm googling it as we speak. I was just looking for a more art oriented reference. Not just image and descriptions, that's easy to find, but stuff like "scars contort to the body" or "skin is rougher so make it look rougher", stuff along that line. If that can't be provided, though, it's fine.
#74430 - hidanfangirl (07/30/2015) [-]
I drew a thing in 3 hours
#74428 - yellowcardraiden (07/30/2015) [-]
Ok, mgsexplain was making this for you and was going to wait till it was finished but it's taking a while. Just showing you the progess. Also side note, any one got any tips to do lines, I seem to be having problems trying to get those lines right.
User avatar #74427 - sateava (07/30/2015) [-]
a friend had a wallpaper awhile ago, it had a hairy beast that stands on his back legs, with antlers, on a snowy street, by a flipped car with a ton of other hairy tall guys in the forest in the background, and i need help finding it
does anyone have it?
#74429 to #74427 - anon (07/30/2015) [-]
This one?
User avatar #74432 to #74429 - sateava (07/30/2015) [-]
u r my hero
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#74420 - pickaxe (07/29/2015) [-]
just to keep on grindin'.
#74408 - ScottP (07/29/2015) [-]
This isn't really drawing related, but I wasn't really sure which board to post it on. I made some promotional posters for a short film I'm working on with a friend and I was wondering what your take was on it.
#74407 - petarmetar (07/28/2015) [-]
This is my fifth time i'm drawing something in sai, so please FJ, tell me what you think.

Bigger resolution:
User avatar #74404 - tepidteal ONLINE (07/28/2015) [-]
Nahyon this seems like something you'd be interested in. ovopack.tumblr.com/post/94352810565/study
User avatar #74405 to #74404 - astraea (07/28/2015) [-]
dats a well drawn draggin
User avatar #74406 to #74405 - tepidteal ONLINE (07/28/2015) [-]
Yes, it is. I was looking at the rest of his tumblr. Lots of little cute birds and some anthropomorphic creatures.
#74401 - pickaxe (07/27/2015) [-]
todays stack o' stuff.
just threw lines on canvases and see what stuck.
upper left may be continued,I think. the perspective's weird,but fun to work with
#74390 - anon (07/27/2015) [-]
How do I learn to take criticism better? I get so frustrated with people who criticize my work that I look narcissistic and unapproachable. I know they think that they're helping but it feels like they're belittling my work, especially when it's a finished piece and I'm so proud of it. I really do envy people who can take complaints and concerns and use it to their advantage, but I always end up going "Oh, heavier shading and smoother lines? Yeah, motherFUCKER I GIVE YOU HEAVIER SHADING AND SMOOTHER LINES."
User avatar #74402 to #74390 - sequel ONLINE (07/27/2015) [-]
You are never perfect, there's always something to improve, everyone has their strengths and weaknesses, there's always someone better than you, always critique your own work, call it shit if you must, because if you think it's shit then you know you can do better.

end run on sentence.
#74400 to #74390 - daranoid (07/27/2015) [-]
one big thing to remember is you're always improving. there's never a point where you will be done with learning how to draw, but you should always be happy with what you made because you did your best, and you can take what you learned and apply it to the next piece.
remember that you rock, your work rocks, and your next work will rock harder.
User avatar #74395 to #74390 - trisketthebiskit (07/27/2015) [-]
i just posted a comic on here yesterday and iv'e received quite a bit of criticism for it. the comedy is pretty lacking and i can accept that. the trick to taking criticism well for me is low self esteem. not that thats a good thing but when my expectation of people reaction is pretty bad then however they react will either be as i expected or a pleasant surprise
User avatar #74392 to #74390 - alleksi (07/27/2015) [-]
Try living a little longer, it worked for me.
User avatar #74391 to #74390 - pickaxe (07/27/2015) [-]
it's all improvement suggestions,man.
Never really had the problem,but my guess is try to emphatize with 'em.Try to look at your work from a different perspective and tell yourself to not project yourself so much into it afterwards.
maybe go around and critique some pieces yourself,that'll get you a feel how other people might see your work.

hope this helps more than "suck it up,betch"
#74389 - frostbeard (07/27/2015) [-]
tl;dr 2d animation - too scared to buy wacom tablet, would a regular windows tablet suffice for substitute?
So i've got a retarded question
For 2d animation is there a difference for begginers between drawing on a wacom tablet or drawing on a regular tablet like lenovo or any other similar ones if i've got windows on it or is android just fine?
I've also been looking for some cheap laptops lately for 3d programs but nothing cheap is good enough filthy intel hd graphics
User avatar #74445 to #74389 - thirdjess ONLINE (16 hours ago) [-]
A wacom tablet and a windows tablet are not the same kind of 'tablet', one is derived from the defintion of tablet as in 'a place to write' and the other 'a slab'.

Unless you get an upwards of $3000 pc tablet specifically made for designers, there's really no comparison. A starter wacom tablet that'll set you back $100 has twice the pressure sensitivity and four times the pressure resolution to the latest ThinkPad.
#74448 to #74445 - frostbeard (12 hours ago) [-]
Meh, was hoping to find a hole in the system, thanks aniway
User avatar #74382 - hellomynameisbill ONLINE (07/27/2015) [-]
lol, my friend is so invested in the manga "style" of drawing that he doesn't understand gender specific facial features.
User avatar #74415 to #74382 - adunsaveme (07/29/2015) [-]
but the manga style of drawing has gender-specific features
#74416 to #74415 - hellomynameisbill ONLINE (07/29/2015) [-]
Shinji is literally a short haired Nadia. Characters between the ages of 0-22 in the classic anime-manga style generally have the exact same physical proportions regardless of gender. This of course varies by artist, but in a lot of series hair colour and clothing are the only things that differentiate the gender of the youth.
User avatar #74417 to #74416 - adunsaveme (07/29/2015) [-]
some =/= all
User avatar #74418 to #74417 - hellomynameisbill ONLINE (07/29/2015) [-]
I never said all
User avatar #74419 to #74418 - adunsaveme (07/29/2015) [-]
you implied generalization
User avatar #74386 to #74382 - trisketthebiskit (07/27/2015) [-]
is he drawing like full lumberjack beards on girls or something? a beard is a facial structure if your manly enough
#74385 to #74382 - crimsonuruzuki (07/27/2015) [-]
maybe he likes to make his boy mangos look like girl mangos or vice versa
#74380 - thebeanzlover (07/27/2015) [-]
I'm gonna regret being proud of this in the morning, I know it. There's something very obviously off with this picture and I just don't see it.
#74387 to #74380 - anon (07/27/2015) [-]
It's a start, but you should try using reference. It'll help you get the proportions down in no-time. Might also want to pick a stronger light source and use a larger value scale. Right now most of the values are too close to each other.
User avatar #74397 to #74387 - thebeanzlover (07/27/2015) [-]
Alright. I suppose I'll keep drawing real people for now; until i get the whole thing down. Then I'll move to serious referencing. Thanks.
User avatar #74384 to #74380 - trisketthebiskit (07/27/2015) [-]
the ear and side burn are pretty far back. a little too much empty cheek space for a profile. still pretty good though
User avatar #74396 to #74384 - thebeanzlover (07/27/2015) [-]
Yep I always forget that. Dangit. Thanks
User avatar #74399 to #74396 - trisketthebiskit (07/27/2015) [-]
it happens to me a lot too man, i feel you
User avatar #74383 to #74380 - hellomynameisbill ONLINE (07/27/2015) [-]
I think the eye is too small
User avatar #74398 to #74383 - thebeanzlover (07/27/2015) [-]
Honestly I thought they were way too big at the start, so I made them smaller. I was aiming for a realistic look (and I for the most part failed, but that's beside the point)
#74377 - konysugandanbitch (07/27/2015) [-]
Hey, I just finished a practice piece of pixel art and was wondering what people thought of it? I based it off of this pixeljoint.com/files/icons/full/ruins_teaser.png hence it being practice, but I only copied the colors, the drawing was done by me.
User avatar #74412 to #74377 - twiley (07/29/2015) [-]
You could make a shitton of money making sprites for Habbo Hotel clone sites.

Nice job.
User avatar #74413 to #74412 - konysugandanbitch (07/29/2015) [-]
Thanks, I was actually hoping to eventually get good enough to make things for money, so you definitely boosted my confidence up.
User avatar #74378 to #74377 - trisketthebiskit (07/27/2015) [-]
nice man this style was used for quite a few internet games i used to play when i was younger
User avatar #74414 to #74378 - konysugandanbitch (07/29/2015) [-]
Thanks, I don't see that style used much anymore, but between how some people can make the colors pop and how smooth it looks it's easily one of my favorites.
#74376 - trisketthebiskit (07/27/2015) [-]
demon girl maid? i dont know anymore im very tired after work. maybe il do something more with her tomorrow
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