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How do I make gifs like these? by Wesley Blytheshaw - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 09:52:41 EST ID:ss4DCcED No.51170 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've searched high and low for rainbow filters, psychedelic filters, color cycling filters, as well as tutorials for them and reverse searched the images themselves, but found nothing except a basic hue changing script. I use GIMP, if that makes a difference.
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Moxazza - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 21:08:55 EST ID:2rj44+TF No.51174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you will break the chain one link at a time.
let it be you who figures out, five minutes after writing the thread and two into research.
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Jarvis Shittingwill - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 03:59:45 EST ID:irclQ3Vm No.51273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Adobe after effects. You're looking for the 'Hue shift' filter, but you will need to learn how to use after effects to generate it, then another software such as photoshop to render it to a gif or video.

Also the Gradient Map filter with the default rainbow adobe preset to get a full rainbow happening.

There is a steep and retarded learning curve, but it is worth it so persevere.

Good luck
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Hannah Brummertadging - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 22:40:24 EST ID:k1hTmjys No.51357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51273

I almost forgot I made this thread. Thank you so much! I think it really would be worth the effort to learn to make these, so I'm going to try. Thanks again.


New "New Works" Thread by Samuel Siggletere - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 14:11:50 EST ID:wnQRF19J No.50129 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Seems like the old one, ain't bumping anymore (horray us, for being so busy!), here's a new one.
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Phoebe Pockville - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 18:50:13 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51443

Out of spite of whom?
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SCAB - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 19:11:21 EST ID:UYqvL2Y5 No.51445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Does tattoo work count on this thread? Started it today, will finish it tomorrow. Self done tattoo, only second time using a real machine.
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Betsy Cebblespear - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 21:07:47 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51445

How many times did you sketch that out before you took it to skin?
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B-a-r-t - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 04:18:32 EST ID:MVxfwRkg No.51448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51444

Everyone
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Betsy Cebblespear - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 05:11:50 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51448

oh okay then. well i hope it works out for you.


Oh hi, /art/ by Edwin Billinghall - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 09:16:41 EST ID:jKjHbBzU No.51176 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey there.

My name is Keresiya; graphic artist from Australi-ah!

Got a few things here that you might like, yuh!

Keep you updated and posted, suh!

Ke-reh-see-yah
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Angus Clonningham - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 15:40:03 EST ID:jZ21b9rV No.51289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51284
she cool
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Wesley Packleson - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 23:26:14 EST ID:aH743kfE No.51291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51283
i love this
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Oliver Blezzlewudge - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 19:31:16 EST ID:f68l9dwQ No.51310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A prayer for love

https://soundcloud.com/keresiya/om-shanti-om-shanti-om-shanti
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Molly Wettingfuck - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 20:01:27 EST ID:C0CZKGra No.51311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Have a art
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Frederick Shittingcocke - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 09:03:54 EST ID:brRAWfGV No.51341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Suh dudes

Keep it easy breezy lemon squeezed from what life gives ya.
Smell the roses along the way
Just don't take the long path
Upwards on shit mountain
To pluck the single rose
And realise you can't smell it, aight.

Thanks for being patient.
Probably might sorta update this.
I know i ain't shit but hoes and tricks
But still, i gotta lot of love to give.

Mind is a-changing; challenging
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That Rolo, Mane by Rolo Tony - Sun, 11 Sep 2016 20:45:53 EST ID:GwAOTpzU No.51058 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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www.facebook.com/ROLOMANE138
www.instagram.com/rolotonyartworks
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James Goodstock - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 18:32:38 EST ID:ztYKjtH8 No.51148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Leave them without color, please. Great lines, fucking awful filling.

My judgement: Rolo Tony - talented at graphics, shit at paintings.
Focus on prints, etchings, stencils. Leave color alltogether or to others.
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Phoebe Denderfoot - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 21:54:32 EST ID:Ll07Ihdz No.51184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51063
I love this!
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Thomas Nucklepadge - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 22:14:22 EST ID:So1ynNLn No.51185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51058
Do you do comissions? I'm looking for an artist for my Cannabis seed brand
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Sophie Fanway - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 00:38:03 EST ID:9EUMYLt3 No.51267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i love it! Sort of a modern take on old an old underground art style. You're women remind me of the robert crumb girls.

:)
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Hedda Fattingstork - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 07:02:48 EST ID:Wu7GMZSj No.51302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51185
yeah i'd do that for sure mane, contact me through https://www.facebook.com/ROLOMANE138/


sketchpad by sir ernest rutherford - Sun, 27 Mar 2016 20:19:25 EST ID:vXiYOyVn No.50484 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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started using sketchpad
love it
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Jhon Butwrittenwrong - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 07:15:29 EST ID:7+m8aNM8 No.51215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51214
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Jhon Butwrittenwrong - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 07:17:13 EST ID:7+m8aNM8 No.51216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51215
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Jhon Butwrittenwrong - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 07:18:23 EST ID:7+m8aNM8 No.51217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51216
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Lydia Crodgefoot - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 02:49:09 EST ID:x9WEV0P2 No.51250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51213
>waist
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Jhon Butwrittenwrong - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 11:14:16 EST ID:FJLaMrbY No.51298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51250
Thanks for pointing that out..., hope you don't refer to the story itself though .


a little surprise for the next tenants by Tex - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 17:25:24 EST ID:5iLjmHlh No.50934 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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left this demon I discovered on a hardcore DMT trip (smoked hit after hit)
to torture or benefit the next people that'd be living in our house, in the storage closet.
his name is Skvörgle and he is quite the mischievous little demon. I can still practically hear him whispering demonic nothings into my ear.
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Moxazza - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 12:40:33 EST ID:2rj44+TF No.51173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1367185491

My book is the best dang book about tanning in space there is
AND EVER WILL BE
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Moxazza - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 03:04:13 EST ID:6LlJT8YD No.51175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My images were made while heavily inebriated on speed, so they were made in a very goodvibes rich environment, and I do believe it carries over.
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Lydia Bendleson - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 18:37:57 EST ID:Q04JQ7Ut No.51210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51175
Tho i misclicked onto /art/, i too love speed, friend. Among other things, one recurring effect after a few days without sleep is my desktop wallpapers (a mix of geometric-ish colorful stuff) splitting into multiple photoshop-like semi-transparent layers with a neat sense of depth. Im not too good at being mindful of my health obv. nb.
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Tex - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 19:58:05 EST ID:NAJJL60y No.51226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51210
I can dig it.
How long has this been going on for you?
Seems as if I've been doing this as far back as I can remember.
But I am ofc just a filthy millennial ..
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Tex - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 13:13:14 EST ID:6jyjfd8A No.51293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://www.blurb.com/b/7372357-tanning-aboard-spaceships
Someone told me this book was my magnus opus, please have a flipthrough at no expense, to your enjoyment.
Welcome to the future of tanning.


Animation program by Shitting Pabberkidge - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 19:49:03 EST ID:nbazNuKi No.51269 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Wasn't sure where to post this, but was wondering if yall fux with animation tablets. I want to invest in one, but I'm not sure where to begin. I know I want a tablet though. Any input or recommendations?
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Sophie Wullychudge - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 21:57:05 EST ID:8CkDgx7L No.51270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51269
wacom from what i read is the thing to get,


Lets get one by Ian Hadgelack - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 23:25:39 EST ID:APdnql4L No.51159 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A drug related comics thread. Bonus points for rare dph bits
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Lillian Druvingkeck - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 17:50:58 EST ID:djkDGKXL No.51218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


No Will for Art Anymore by Ebenezer Goffingwat - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 01:43:53 EST ID:KTxv2w4W No.51199 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sorry if this is more for /qq/. I posted this on Fourchan's /ic/ board a few months ago, wanted to see what you guys thought.

Does anyone else feel a major stiffness when they draw? Like your hand feels all rigid and everything you draw seems so bland, stiff and lifeless?

I've been drawing since I was three, so I'm not some naive yuppie tool who got into art because it's some "novel pursuit of the free and simple-minded" or whatever. The happiest time I ever had being an artist was when I was 17 and I took a Commercial Art vocational class, and for the first time, I felt like I was improving and making waves in my work. I learned so many things that I just couldn't in regular HS classes. Then when I was 19, I went to art college. Dropped out after two years for multiple reasons with the school. Other colleges were too expensive.

Problem is, ever since I started art college six years ago, though I practice, I never feel the passion anymore, unless I'm making something dirty, and even then those don't go beyond pencil sketches. It's just not fun anymore.

I'm still learning, as all artists do, but I just no longer have the passion inside me. Sometimes I can make a rare good practice sketch, I have trouble with even simple doodles. I don't even have the willpower to draw porn anymore.

I want to feel the same "freedom" and "freedom of spirit" I had when I was a kid and that I see all of my art friends and many other great artists have. I just get so hesitant and so intimidated. I can't even color for god's sake. Is it because I think of art as a career or a job, now?

Maybe I have depression? Maybe I have OCD? I do have legit diagnosed autism, though, and am a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to work.
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Fanny Dadgeworth - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 01:57:52 EST ID:4exXa1Qe No.51200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Take LSD
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Charles Cracklefock - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 03:58:07 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51199

I can relate somewhat OP. Art schools tend to rip the creativity out of it, rather than having fun they make it into more of calculated approach to art.

Just... start challenging yourself. for real, try drawing something you know you cant draw. if you normally use references, dont. if you dont, do. Just do a few artworks where its totally new for you again. if you use pen and paper, use a computer visa versa etc.

Art is a relationship between an artist and their materials, sometimes you need to go sleep with some drunk girl at a club to realise how good your wife at home is.
Im not saying never draw again, drawing is the most foundational skill in all of art. i think you're just at that point where you might need to expand your horizons. New Materials, new forms, new compositions, new everything. try not to do anything like your drawings.

Switch it up. thats my advice. i wish you luck. i hope you find your flame again.

---just me rambling from here ---

Ive attached is a painting i did when i got to where you are. I hate everything about this painting and yet at the same time, its the most motivational artwork ive ever done and it hangs at the end of my bed.
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Whatever by Moxazza - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 08:23:01 EST ID:2rj44+TF No.51168 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like? You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that?
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Sophie Ciblinghot - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 08:41:32 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51168

Love it op.
its old but its still such a brialliant piece of art, probably best for /lit though.

But still you need to admire the slippage it causes, with its seemling sense making and yet being non sensicle, its almostlike the ying yang clashing in the moment and its such a compulsive read, because you know that its just some guy copy and pasting a thing for whatever his motives are, but its still such a brialliant artwork because that slippage really fucks with you.


about the picture though, i like it! lovely eyes! they look dilated, are you high op? because if you are i am the police and i know where you live and am putting you on a list (its only a joke bart! :p).

But nah good on you OP! keep up the great work.
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Moxazza - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 10:08:09 EST ID:2rj44+TF No.51171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51169
I was flying high on speed at the time that photo was taken yes, good eye.
Never go into has if not have without.


Digital Painting by Edward Brebbersetch - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 19:30:02 EST ID:ZJGWdIz2 No.50938 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay lets face it material can be expensive, paint,canvass. Painting also is not always the cleanest process. So I've taken an interest in digital drawing, because well painting with oil,acrylic, watercolor does have its downsides.

But not really knowing what I need to do to get started with digital art. I'm sort of at a loss. I already know that I need a computer with a graphics card, and a wacom tablet with illustrator installed. But is there anything else I need besides talent?
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Tex - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 19:49:41 EST ID:5iLjmHlh No.50939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>anything else I need besides talent?
contacting the wicked has proven fruitful for many a graphic designer.
letting go of control of your life to the damned will provide a needed illness to your designs.
but ultimately it is of course all up to the dark one.
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Frederick Bruckleford - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 22:56:47 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.50941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50938

Software op!
The program you use is your new "material" so whatever program you buy (or download) explore it and explore all its features.
I dont do digital art, but i know that the program you use is very important for this its like the difference between using amateur level acrylics and professional oils.
Like always start off with acrylics and work your way up to oils, fully explore the program and learn everything you can do with it then move on to the next level up, then repeat and then repeat etc.

All the best :) cant wait to see your work.
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Cedric Fivingfig - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 01:26:48 EST ID:ZJGWdIz2 No.50942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>50939

Well right now I'm doing a tribute to an Armenian who I knew. He ripped out his eye, so I figured he deserved mentioned in the annals of art history. Also I'm not a graphic designer I'm a fine artist. So the sickness is there, because I knew a guy before he ripped out his eye and after he ripped out his eye.
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Emma Farringstere - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 20:24:06 EST ID:eSD8tHDg No.51010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50942
Was the Armenian also an artist? Post your tribute to him here and give us his name.
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Frederick Fuckingforth - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 13:43:20 EST ID:Z6OazoT9 No.51137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>50938
There is a wide variety of software you can use in digital painting. The first natural pick would be Adobe Photoshop, however there are more applications, which in spectrum of pure drawing/painting capabilities may be on par with PS, and unlike it they are free. The examples of such software would be Gimp (however I've never took it for a longer ride) and Krita, which I find to be a great piece of free software (there is also a paid version). It has some degree of a learning curve and you have to do some initial configuration of the tools you'll be using. Other than that, I've had a great time with it. Also, provided you have Java installed, you can check out some online painting tools used to paint oekaki.

Picture related, it's an oekaki painting I've done a while ago.


Art movements? by Angus Bicklewin - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 01:56:11 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51021 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who wants to talk about art movements including contemporary movements?

Dada is my fave movement at the moment.
The "anything is art" people where they disliked all that art had to offer and effectively joined the moment to destroy it from within.
Started by Hugo Ball and Emmy Hennings at the Cabaret Voltaire in Switzerland, Ball having escaped war needed money for him and wife so they could eat, so he went to a bar and started the cabaret Voltaire which drew on philosophical concepts put in place by Voltaire the french philosopher.
The Cabaret Voltaire was a Cabaret where artists mostly displaced by war would conjugate and perform their art and talk about art, one of the more prominent members of the Cabaret Voltaire, besides Ball and Hennings was Tristan Tzara who made poems out of scrap words. He outlined how to make a dadaist poem by getting a newspaper article, cutting out all the words and sticking them together how they came out.

Dada had four different locations initially, Zurich, Berlin, Paris and New York.

Other Dadaists included Max Ernst who was a well known surrealist painter and Marcel Duchamp who has now rised to infamy with his artwork "fountain" which was a urinal placed on its side and signed "r. mutt 1917".
Although Duchamp is currently seen as being a member of Dada he operated mostly on his own and was considered dada after dada finished up, he operated mostly on his own after being denied entry into the ranks of the cubists in paris, before he left for new york.

Dada is now considered to be the foundations for the modern contemporary art even though Dadas goal was to destroy and bring down the art work, in an effort to take away one of the pleasures from the bourgeoisie, it only bolstered it and gave art a new direction which is what most contemporary art is still playing around with, the question of "what is art?"

An Exerpt from Tristan Tzara's Dada Manifesto
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Albert Gallywene - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 07:12:02 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51066

But seriously though! lets discuss the artwork! what do you think about the artwork? Is it art? why/why not?

What do you like dislike about it?
Lets do this!
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Sophie Brookford - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 12:36:15 EST ID:ztYKjtH8 No.51071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51067
Art class was twice a week. I do not remember it because it was captivating, but because it was drilled into me.

Also, yes, she was the best teacher I ever had. This intro is more of an anecdote, but much of what she taught us during those 4 years stayed with us until now (17 yrs since I graduated from high school). She lived for, and knew how, to make kids think and remember (not learn, mind you, but think and remember).

>So basically the only thing you care about is how this affects you?
Why yes. Ask me the same question about a million more things, the answer will be the same. Something must affect me in some, direct or indirect way, in order for me to care about it.
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Albert Gallywene - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 14:29:38 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51072

oooh! what picasso did you get? For all the fame picasso has i cant name any of his paintings off the top of my head, i know what some of them look like but their titles escape me.
Its weird because i could give you atleast 10 braque paintings off the top of my head, but no picasso... i know there is one where its a girl in front of a mirror which is quite popular the one with the lady sitting on the chair and the one with the guitarist. But their titles are just not coming to me. probably in french or something lol.

I would probably have one of his prints hanging on my wall if i wasnt opposed to hanging other artists works on my wall.

>>51071
yeah she sounds really cool.

>Something must affect me in some, direct or indirect way, in order for me to care about it.
Thats fair enough i suppose.
Drilled into you, captivated, same thing if you ask me! :p

So do you look upon that work fondly or is it an insult?
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Edwin Hungerchotch - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 19:53:55 EST ID:1Bq5RWJe No.51103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51021
Duchamp may have stolen the fountain work from a woman. I'll post the article if i can find it. I'm not sure if that makes the work better or not, probably not if you are a feminist....
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Edwin Nundleson - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 00:29:26 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51103

yeah absolutely from the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven.
She was using pipes and plumbing in her work for years before duchamp ever presented fountain.

I mean its signed r mutt which was a pseudonym so i'm not sure if duchamp claiming the work is totally the baroness' work which would make it malicious or the work was co created with duchamp or him claiming the artwork as his own was part of the dada aesthetic, which i sincearly doubt since duchamp is mostly thought of as a dada artist post dada.

When duchamp spoke about fountain there is no indication ever implied that the artwork is not his own, so im quite convinced that the artwork was co created with the baroness, even if he commisioned the baroness, who was using pipes to make artwork at the time, to make the work for him it would still be part of his work.

I think the biggest factor in this, is that the baroness in 1915 did an artwork called "god" which is basically just a pipe (i think ubend? i dont know plumbing) which at the time was credited to Francis Picabia. But that work has now come to be known to be co-created by the baroness, so we assume but are not entirely sure that the baroness co created fountain with duchamp. its still up in the air and since they are both dead and im sure their journals etc have been sifted through already, we may never know.

So yeah it is assumed that she had significant involvement in the making fountain, based off of her previous works with plumbing.


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