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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

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- Tue, 20 Dec 2016 05:14:22 EST zJ9QYZUz No.51450
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Looks like the last one stopped bumping! So time for a new fresh thread.

Post your new work here!
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SCAB - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 07:36:23 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51453 Reply
My comment went weird or I'm just an idiot. No sketches, all just freehand.
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Betsy Cebblespear - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 07:53:15 EST zJ9QYZUz No.51454 Reply
>>51453

Do you have any more examples of your work?

Isnt tattoo traditionally sketched out first?
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SCAB - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 09:17:29 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51455 Reply
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>>51454
Generally speaking an artist usually works from a transfer applied to the skin. There are however plenty of people who do freehand (no transfer) creating the image as they go or using reference images. This is a handpoked tattoo using 3rl needles from about two years ago. Star of chaos because edgy & cool <_< All I had for this one was a transfer of a circle, the rest I just went for it.
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James Wedgelidge - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 16:41:57 EST wnQRF19J No.51457 Reply
I'm glad you went with the traditional sandwich approach, in regards to the OP

>>51455
I like it! Not too complicated.
I really wanted a machine at some point, but gave up on it pretty quickly.
Also seeing this (and other nice tattoos) brings to mind my couple of pretty shitty ones. I drew them myself on paper and didn't really design them properly as tattoos (or something along those lines)
They're shitty
There's no getting around it, might as well come to terms with it already

>>51456
Why you going suddenly all blacked out, now
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Betsy Cebblespear - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 17:59:34 EST zJ9QYZUz No.51458 Reply
>>51457

Barty is just having a bit of a tiff, he'll be back to posting his drawings any day now, just you wait.

Also i thought that transparency would work in the thumbnail, whoops.

>>51455

So brazen to go freehand with tattoo on skin! i admire your courage and tenacity.
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B-a-r-t - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 18:22:27 EST MVxfwRkg No.51459 Reply
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>>51458

ohhhh, okay. last one, something xmassy, giving up a present.
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Ian Crummlehick - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 19:36:25 EST zJ9QYZUz No.51460 Reply
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>>51459

Merry Christmas Bartie :)

Heres a painting ive done which ive never shown anyone or posted anywhere till now.
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B-a-r-t - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 04:40:09 EST mVwwnVpx No.51462 Reply
>>51460

lol, at first i was like "wha the hell?" but then i was like "great!"
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Polly Suzzlebury - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 21:20:25 EST pVLU5MOO No.51466 Reply
>>514 When i First saw it i thought it was digitaly painted, I like the consistency in it.
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Polly Suzzlebury - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 21:24:44 EST pVLU5MOO No.51467 Reply
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>>51459
When i First saw it i thought it was digitaly painted, I like the consistency in it.
This is something recent out of my diary
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B-a-r-t - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 05:25:25 EST WpkWyOA2 No.51468 Reply
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>>51467

I like, reminds me of the KLF Chill Out album cover except with bong babies

My last one and its companion piece in sequence.
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 26 Dec 2016 13:16:04 EST kPVRopQH No.51484 Reply
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>>51450

this pikchur is very deeply espeshully speshul becus it is symmetrical, you see? and the symmetrical is important and such speshul.
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Henry Piffingtetch - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 08:26:02 EST wnQRF19J No.51494 Reply
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PEEKABOOOOOOOO

Have a jolly new years eve, everyone :)

>>51492
Nice going, mate!
>>51482
Ohyeas! Very much like :)
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Augustus Sosslehall - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 17:19:37 EST wnQRF19J No.51503 Reply
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>>51450
Oh man
I'm happy about the fact that it's pretty easy to make pixel art with a tablet

Still basic 2d stuff, but this is pretty damn fun
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Priscilla Trotham - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 21:10:46 EST wnQRF19J No.51505 Reply
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Okay, last one
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Reuben Poffingham - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 18:59:45 EST gZ1r95RU No.51520 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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B-a-r-t - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 12:30:53 EST kPVRopQH No.51523 Reply
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>>51520

good idea i like the perspective

<being discomfortable
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B-a-r-t - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 12:33:52 EST kPVRopQH No.51524 Reply
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>>51450

a body is just telling a story of a body telling a story
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 09:12:11 EST kPVRopQH No.51530 Reply
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>>51450

pole dancing, or masturbation, or something, i don't know
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 16:52:18 EST kPVRopQH No.51531 Reply
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>>51450

Mother Earth is pregnant for the third time, for y'all have knocked her up.
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SCAB - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 22:39:44 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51532 Reply
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Evening all. Few new ones. Attempting to do a daily drawing for as long as I can.
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SCAB - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 22:41:17 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51533 Reply
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Not finished yet, recently got my drawing tablet back so attempting to do some digital colouring on a few quick drawings.
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B-a-r-t - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 14:57:59 EST kPVRopQH No.51545 Reply
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>>51450

relinquish control and let everything do everything
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SCAB - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:32:24 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51547 Reply
>>51544

I've done a little in the past. May give it ago again when I have more free time.
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B-a-r-t - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 15:09:30 EST kPVRopQH No.51554 Reply
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>>51450

new series i'm doing of books in hands

the monster of the deep is identified and chaos ensues
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B-a-r-t - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 15:14:51 EST kPVRopQH No.51555 Reply
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>>51450

To live in fear is to be a slave - page turning fear - fear of tomorrow/of what's round the corner/fear in anticipation and expectation of something bad. cold war. fear as time goes on, counting the possibilities and hunched with eyes on the monster, blind to what's outside the book.
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SCAB - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 19:38:21 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51559 Reply
>>51555

Hey, I like your ideas. You've got an interesting psychedelic type thing going on. Can appreciate it having delved into that world many a time. You ever thought about perhaps spending more time on a single image? I used to struggle with it myself. Have an idea, crank it out then move straight on to the next but sometimes things need a little more work to fully get something across to others viewing it. This isn't a jab by any means, just perhaps constructive criticism. No bad vibes intended but I feel (and this is just my opinion so feel free to disregard it) that if you spent a bit more time or energy on each image it would push your work onto a different level. You clearly draw a lot and have brilliant creativity by the amount of images you put up but I think your work would benefit a lot if you focused on getting each image to a further stage. Like I said, no negativity intended, just an observation from someone who sees your work. Keep it up.
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SCAB - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 19:39:47 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51560 Reply
>>51559

Just saw some of your images in a different thread which makes what I said a bit of a moot point. Sorry, like I said nothing negative intended.
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B-a-r-t - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 20:27:50 EST 7qDWP/cw No.51561 Reply
>>51559

I enjoy colour, depth and detail but the idea is what really interests me, the rest is an indulgence. It also depends on my mood, so I'm taking a break for a while, need space. I will put more time and energy into my work in the future.
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Oliver Gullywater - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 01:26:00 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51564 Reply
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>>51559

Ive said this to bart before, he didnt take it too well and flipped out. :p

But i agree with you, when i said this to bart, i said you have great ideas, but take your work more seriously, spend more time on your work, work at it to perfection.

But his work is psychedelic and so as he said its just ideas, thats all hes exploring, an idea, he jots it down, then onto the next, and onto the next and onto the next. I feel if spent an entire week doing one artwork, that one artwork would be 7 times as good as 7 separate pieces of work.

Its hard to take criticism bart, but its constructive.

Just because you have ideas doesnt mean you need to utilise them all rapidly, we all have ideas, its about choosing the right ideas to explore and leaving the others in the basket for another time and or scrapping it.

I suppose im bad vibes and all that but know i love you bart, i just want to see your art explode.

you always do this, "im going to stop posting" dont stop posting! just work on something larger, something more extravagant, something you spend a lot of time on. At art school one of the first tasks we got given was "go spend x hours on the same artwork without breaks", maybe we could do some kind of tasks like that and invite /art/ people to do it too? if you're keen?

Its important as an artist to take criticism and also not get triggered by other artworks which you deem inaccessible to yourself.

now im really bad vibes. Sorry, just jumping on the bandwagon while its rolling past.



Heres a picture im not sure if ive shown this on here before, but it took me hours to create the list of brand names for this artwork, then a few hours to paint them, I was investigating brand names and recognition, everyone, loved looking at this artwork to try and find a brand ive missed out, which there are lots, but i also wanted to take away the power of brand names, drain the colour from them and bunch them in all together and make them look dirty and uninviting.
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B-a-r-t - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 05:25:19 EST 7qDWP/cw No.51566 Reply
>>51564

How much time I spend on a drawing or painting really depends on my state of mind. Half of my drawing comes from the contradiction between thinking about what to do and doing it, controlling something then it controlling me, so it's like I start drawing, get hesitant, then muddled, then as I continue it ends up working out and adding up anyway, so it's like a game sort of. One part sucks at the time I'm doing but I continue to the next part and the thing works as a whole.

I wasn't really irritated at the criticism before, I was irritated at the way you put down symbolism in my and other works and called it childish and silly when the symbolism works, it's not new, no, but when a symbol expresses something, then that's that. Just drawing a symbol can help you realise internally what it expresses, but it's more fun to play with these things and subvert them and disguise them, or make them into something that doesn't even appear to by the symbol but ties into it anyway. I do get insecure about criticism sometimes, depending on how high or low I am.

Your painting is an interesting idea. Looking at I recognise a lot of the names. Keep looking at it, the faster my eyes dart around and I catch single words more and attach different names to those names and it seems to change. Look between the words and the words become noise. It is deliberate. It is random, but it's like it all adds up to one thing and it plays with your mental associations and forms and new images from the brand names. It's kind of liberating.

As for a week without breaks to do a painting, yeah I'm keen.
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Charlotte Wummlebanks - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 00:33:01 EST F7WcZ7i9 No.51570 Reply
>>51566

I really like your style. I think you're doing a great job, like putting out as much work as you do is amazing. Eventually your work will just become more and more complex regardless of actively spending more time on it. Keep up dude for real.
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Oliver Murdridge - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 10:22:14 EST wDfCic4q No.51571 Reply
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>>51568
Thanks!, here's another with kind of the same vibe.
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B-a-r-t - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 10:43:46 EST 6OtkOfEA No.51572 Reply
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>>51571

indeed, dreaming with one eye open

The Undecided Forest

i spent more time on this one, hope you like it
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B-a-r-t - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 10:54:52 EST 6OtkOfEA No.51575 Reply
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>>51570

I like filling pages and doing detail and tone and colour, but I also like it when something looks as if you can see it from both sides, or as if the blankness is the foreground and the picture is of that, hard to explain, like the guy who does the b/w, purple and green meta-seeing pictures.

I'll keep up when I can.
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Betsy Bablingshit - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 09:46:49 EST wnQRF19J No.51578 Reply
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>>51564
It's good, that someone criticizes on here!

No negative vibes :)

>>51567
Nice!
Makes me feel like i should be listening to some stoner doom, while staring at this.
>>51572
Niiicceee!! :)

I've had this obsession for a little while, that i would love to practice painting on a living canvas.
A sexy naked lady would be best, but for now i only have stock photos and photoshop.
Some day!
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Betsy Bablingshit - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 10:02:40 EST wnQRF19J No.51579 Reply
>>51572
I'll try to give a little more in terms of feedback.. I apologize if this is cringy

I love, that there's depth and a feeling of mystery of what's deeper in the forest
Everything also has a nice flow to it. The grass and the air :)
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 11:48:08 EST 6OtkOfEA No.51580 Reply
>>51578

You could try painting on cows and photographing it? I'm not sure if that's cruel or not though.
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Nicholas Bapperfud - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 15:35:33 EST CR2X29Df No.51581 Reply
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>>51580
As long as he keeps it at painting, they'll probably be happy for the attention.
Cows are very friendly animals, I like to smoke with them if it's sunny.

They appreciate music a lot as well, so there perfect to chill with.
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Nicholas Bapperfud - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 15:51:20 EST CR2X29Df No.51582 Reply
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>>51575
Daaiumn, would love to see this painted on a wall, real life.

It would be nice to consider instead of working longer, working bigger.
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 17:42:42 EST 4BE1wYH0 No.51584 Reply
>>51581

this one's a little more disturbing/mechanical but i like it
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Thomas Tillingshit - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 18:44:50 EST zPTZkQHr No.51586 Reply
>>51583
I like, you shoud use a pen or ink to higlight/ detail things like the eyes, it'll make it jump out more.
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Thomas Tillingshit - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 18:47:26 EST zPTZkQHr No.51587 Reply
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>>51585
Here's a fish one I did today as wel.
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Lydia Crannercocke - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 23:06:56 EST a45Nbwtt No.51593 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Simon Drockleville - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 03:16:25 EST Nrtutqz5 No.51594 Reply
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Just drew this for some sort of contest going on at Insectropolis on Friday.
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Fucking Worthingridge - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 13:43:22 EST Lqxg5Lvj No.51603 Reply
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I got this idea for my jury project in one of my manic periods, and immediately got all the materials etc. But now that I've got to present this shit to the jury in 5 days, I'm kind of coming down and beginning to see all the gaps and flaws.

(this is a sketchup model)

It's supposed to be 3 styrofoam/plexiglass "double pedestals", the idea being that an astronaut would also see whatever's in the plexiglass cube as if it was on a pedestal. Kind of like how Manzoni made an upsidedown pedestal for the whole world.

But that's actually just a story, because one of the top pedestals actually hides a tintin moonrocket shaped heliumballoon. I've made booby trapped coffee cups, that set up an alarm with a countdown an a video when moved, after which the release mechanism of the rocket is triggered and a piece of art flies of into the sun.

God, just writing this down makes it seem even more mad. I do still like the pedestals I think, although I'm not sure what to put in them. And the rocket will probably be really cool, but I first need a more elegant way to tie it all together.
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Barnaby Guttinglock - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 11:09:19 EST Bj50NUT+ No.51607 Reply
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Muh shitty doodles
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B-a-r-t - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 16:55:07 EST 1LsbD8Vh No.51611 Reply
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>>51450

Crimson Skies: Icarus and The Hitler Consequence
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B-a-r-t - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 08:24:39 EST 0P5hLWBS No.51615 Reply
>>51612

a city that half resembles a rock formation or forest. good work.
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Nicholas Fovingletch - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 07:27:34 EST m9nYzPTd No.51618 Reply
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Drew this, red is my bloody from my bloody nose I was suffering when I painted it.
I know I can't draw for shit but I thought the concept was novel enough, but it didn't get any traction when I posted it so I'm posting it here for some comment if anyone would like to.
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Jarvis Derrystock - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 09:40:11 EST hRARIOHO No.51619 Reply
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after a little bit more work i was thinking about cutting it out and pasting it onto a spacey background since the portrait has such a solid outline and leia kind of needs a background since she's a character

im scared tho
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Jarvis Derrystock - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 11:00:38 EST hRARIOHO No.51620 Reply
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shut up bitch

psychosis thread?
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Hamilton Checklefetch - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 19:03:33 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51621 Reply
>>51619

Do it. I'd be happy to see it.

>>51618

Document this, if this is really your blood it will begin to harden and change colour, take a photo every few hours and then decide which one looks the best, you may already have it, but its a concept and you never know.
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Rebecca Cimmernotch - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 04:52:44 EST m9nYzPTd No.51622 Reply
>>51621
ah, its at my studio. I've got to go back to clean up the cup of coagulated blood anyway so I'll at least take another photo tomorrow.
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Emma Wuppercocke - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 18:52:26 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51633 Reply
>>51631

Pretty cool bart! im really enjoying your recent foray into aeroplanes, Are you studying them? i can imagine you flicking through a big book planes at a library and just sketching them down.

what materials are you using? which pencils and which type of paper?
have you used prismacolor pencils? i hear they are really good but i havent used them myself.
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Fucking Widdlesut - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 21:59:42 EST UfDkvEE2 No.51638 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Sophie Pemmleworth - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 23:48:18 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51640 Reply
>>51639

Very interesting. What idea are you exploring in this work?
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 04:29:53 EST 7nf43QLs No.51641 Reply
>>51633

I use Crimson and Blake, and I have a couple of derwent sets, one for portraits one for landscapes. I used to be an aviation enthusiast as a child, and I still like planes, so I just started drawing them again. I particularly like the design of old world war 2 planes, they're very stylish and cool and have character. As for paper, just ordinary drawing paper.
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Sophie Pemmleworth - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 05:50:02 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51642 Reply
>>51641

Awesome.

I have a task for you if you're up for a challenge!

Go to an art store and buy a big piece of paper something like 20inx20in just something bigger than A4 and do one of your plane drawings on it. Maybe you could do like a german ww2 and british ww2 plane having a dogfight or something, i dunno. What do you think? is it feasible?

Whatever size you can accommodate of course, Would love to see a decently big work from you :)
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 07:19:24 EST bK/kfLii No.51643 Reply
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>>51642

Ahhh, but you see I am broke. So I can't. However I could do a painting of one on a canvas I guess. I'll have to do it overnight as I have neither the space or time to commit to painting during the day. Moving around, doing stuff etc.
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Sophie Pemmleworth - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 08:58:37 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51647 Reply
>>51643

Paper is super cheap though! it wont even cost you $5/2.5pounds
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 09:01:50 EST bK/kfLii No.51648 Reply
>>51647

You're right actually. I'll have one of my many servants fetch some from market for me.
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Fucking Widdlesut - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 13:10:02 EST UfDkvEE2 No.51651 Reply
>>51640
Coffee as a medium? Lol. I don't know if there's an idea just kinda random quickie
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Doris Sundershaw - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 07:36:03 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51654 Reply
>>51648

Gosh, so rude Mr Bartress Bucklechick.

No seriously though, do it, buy a big bit of paper and do whatever you want on it, even if you need to panhandle a few pounds off people. it'll be glorius, then you can hang it up on your wall and every morning you wake up you can look at it and be all "fuck yeah, im bartress bucklechick and im fucking awesome"
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Shitting Senningnit - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 08:53:19 EST hRARIOHO No.51655 Reply
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mai spaec pwincess
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Shitting Senningnit - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 09:29:02 EST hRARIOHO No.51656 Reply
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bitch i thought i told u to shut the up fuck
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B-a-r-t - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 13:28:02 EST 7m3ua2pD No.51657 Reply
>>51655

that's more like it...completely spaced out like she was filming star wars..
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B-a-r-t - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 13:30:12 EST 7m3ua2pD No.51658 Reply
>>51654

i don't like that old name anymore...but it doesn't matter...i already have paintings all over my wall like a vain narcissist.

anyway i'm working on a new painting at the moment, and actually putting work into it instead of rushing it, and actually not making an arse of it in some way this time.
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Lillian Brozzleman - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 14:45:13 EST Ky6Y8aB7 No.51659 Reply
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Uggabugga dingadingdong
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Betsy Checkleshaw - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 18:28:58 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51682 Reply
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Some recent fuckery

>>51645
Love the colours!
Dreamy as fuck
>>51656
Surely made me laugh
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Betsy Checkleshaw - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 18:34:26 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51684 Reply
>>51683
Also the limits of this piece of shit tablet are really showing now

I can do this kind of shading 100 times faster with a pencil and paper.I'll probably post some small drawings tomorrow to show it and to further masturbate my ego.

Surely there are perks working with a computer.. Downsides too.
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Doris Chuckledack - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 06:32:45 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51687 Reply
>>51686

I was actually more keen on the bottom one than the pyramid one, i personally wouldnt say "amazing" the thing i liked most about the pyramid one was the colour reminds me of the american paper money, but other than that the pyramid looks off and it keeps throwing me off and i continue to be drawn back into the pyramid. and its just like so annoying.

Where as with the bottom one i like the writing on the pole (not only because it reminds me of similar writing ive done in paintings before) i like the idea of stepping into a portal and there is nothing in the painting that bugs me.

so yeah, i'd much rather the second one over the first one but mostly because the pyramid just doesnt look correct to me and annoys me, but i love the american money colour, where as the second one has nothing that bugs me, but as bart says its still pretty meh, its not amazing, but its alright, im kind of hoping you begin to explore more with colour.
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B-a-r-t - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 07:21:57 EST 9P9NuxPn No.51688 Reply
>>51687

I love the way the pyramid one is layered, and I like the idea; meta-perception, or matter merely observed, again there's this weird feeling like all that is there is the blackness and the rest is some kind of trick, I can't adequately explain it. I mean that in the best way possible lol. I find it with a lot of your work, and often it's like seeing something from two sides. I just find the second one meh, as in either something is there for me or it isn't and that's the bottom line, can't strain.

Also I thought American paper money was green..it's always described as such in songs/movies etc, the slang term is "green."

The infinity one you posted on deviantart is absolutely amazing, post it here.
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Doris Chuckledack - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 08:38:03 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51691 Reply
>>51688

just want to clarify that i am not the artist, just because it seems you're talking to him and not me.

yeah, well i dunno i think American money is an incredibly faded green, which the pyramid work makes me think of. Especially with the pyramid with the eye in it which is on the money too (and literally everything else these days)

and dont get me wrong, i get the idea behind the pyramid painting, but the execution of the pyramid bugs me because it looks off, to the point where it monopolises my thoughts when i look at that work.
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Jack Dockleway - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 09:14:28 EST 0WC/ngGG No.51692 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Eliza Mollerspear - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 14:24:38 EST 6Kc131S/ No.51695 Reply
Holy shit, this is a lot of text
Yeah, the perspective of the pyramid is skewed to hell. I added the third dimension to it last and liked the way it looked wicked :) our drummer informed me, that another local band was interested in making that their new album cover. So we might see a new version in the future.

The latest one is easily one of my favourites (from my own stuff obviously). I see why someone might find it boring, though. I managed to convey the feeling i had pretty well, so mission at least somewhat succesful.
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Eliza Mollerspear - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 14:28:03 EST 6Kc131S/ No.51696 Reply
>>51450
Holy shit, this is a lot of text
Yeah, the perspective of the pyramid is skewed to hell. I added the third dimension to it last and liked the way it looked wicked :) our drummer informed me, that another local band was interested in making that their new album cover. So we might see a new version in the future.

The latest one is easily one of my favourites (from my own stuff obviously). I see why someone might find it boring, though. I managed to convey the feeling i had pretty well, so mission at least somewhat succesful.
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Eliza Mollerspear - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 14:34:52 EST 6Kc131S/ No.51697 Reply
>>51450
And i'm sure we will se colours in the future :)
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Eliza Mollerspear - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 14:36:07 EST 6Kc131S/ No.51698 Reply
And i'm sure we will see some colours in the future :)
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George Funningchag - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 06:25:30 EST Ky6Y8aB7 No.51704 Reply
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>>51450
I made this shitty mask, I my head is fucking aching because of all the glue I (unwillingly) huffed in the process.
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George Madgeridge - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 06:47:11 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51705 Reply
>>51704

i love the concept and i like your beard and looking up your nose :) i assume you were howling at the moon?

i would love to see a wooden version.
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George Funningchag - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 07:36:44 EST Ky6Y8aB7 No.51706 Reply
>>51705
There is some howling involved, luckily the whole nose thing just looks distorted from a distance lol..
If I'm gonna do another picture I'll try to dye my beard temporarily red, so it'll come off as a tongue or something, because it just looks stupid when it's outside of the mask. Worst case scenario I'll just make another animal that fits having a beard.
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George Madgeridge - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 07:43:46 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51707 Reply
>>51706

Make your own animal! make like one of those masks with all different elements where its not expressly human or animal but something of both!

I dunno im just riffing, it'd be cool to see where you go next with it.
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Jack Blullerstadge - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 20:03:36 EST 9gwMr7fg No.51710 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Doris Brallerwug - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 23:18:30 EST FjUG5dM8 No.51714 Reply
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>>51692
>>51683
>>51605
>>51607
>>51571
Nice, this is all some really dope shit.

Also I'm here to bump the thing I just updated: [ https://rvklein.me/emsqpat/ ]
They're tessellations as SVG line drawings made on a tiny grid.
Some less beefy mobile devices don't like this page, lol. You can hold down tab and it should scroll through them all. Half the point of making these is just to make the scroll longer. Eventually I might make a dynamic version.
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Eugene Bloshlore - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 00:04:16 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51715 Reply
>>51714

i found it much more pleasant scrolling up from 1 than down.
Its really cool because it feels like 1 goes into two and then 2 goes into three discarding one, giving this kind of "fitting together" type deal but at the same time it feels illusionary that they actually don't fit together that they are just completely separate rows. its nice. good work.
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Reuben Hellerfag - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 00:51:20 EST ruquF0nr No.51716 Reply
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Pretty much finished with one of two shoes, just have to touch it up. Haven't done anything with them in a long while now and was listening to some Infected Mushroom, so I decided to make that the "theme" of the shoes or whatever.
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Doris Brallerwug - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 18:48:53 EST FjUG5dM8 No.51719 Reply
>>51715
Yeah, I prefer scrolling them that way too. Sometimes I don't actually test the patterns before uploading, so doing them with the most recent first means hitting refresh for an updated page and getting to see the latest one tessellate. Then unfucking it if I botched it too bad. I usually get them pretty good though. The constraints of the small resolution grid are as useful as they are challenging.

If anyone else here can figure out Inkscape or any other such program with the ability to manipulate SVG, there's an archive of the pattern sources there. These things are line drawings, so you might need to do Object to Path and crop the composite path segment into the square of the canvas before you can turn them into something more programs will accept. A flat composite path will export out to just about anything. You'll probably just want to export it as another file in SVG and then import it into the document you want to use it in, and make it into a pattern object. ( In Inkscape, you select the object you with to make a pattern, then on the main menu [ Object -> Pattern -> Objects to pattern.] )

If I could put a theme song on it, I'd use this: https://youtu.be/zmLdQIYf4WY

But that's only because the song's funky. As far as drug influence goes here, these patterns always remind me of my salvia trips, lol.
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Oliver Crogglewill - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 20:21:22 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51720 Reply
>>51719

Honestly i dont feel that song working with it, it becomes too distracting with the lyrics, maybe if you use the instrumental of it it'd work or even if you just like hip hop beats i know there are some really dope hip hop instrumentals out there that might work with it.

But in reality it works fine by itself, without music and not only that its exactly what a lot of people are looking for, technology art, if you could find a way to exhibit your piece then you'd probably do alright.
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Jack Buzzforth - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 09:07:38 EST G/lH0nVX No.51721 Reply
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This is practice, I have a lot of practice I need to make up. Haven't arted in many many years, and now I'm exploring what I can do with a tablet. Turns out way more than without one, because it speeds everything up (and makes it look nicer).
More furfag shit is in my future. And lewds.
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Rebecca Sishdatch - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 07:04:53 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51722 Reply
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I was battling with the hands for like an hour trying to make them not look like two dicks
This was good practice
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Rebecca Sishdatch - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 07:08:25 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51723 Reply
>>51717
I like! Very psychedelic obviously :)
>>51721
Good shit! I look forward to seeing more. Let the furries come
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B-a-r-t - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 12:17:41 EST r6tRwv2/ No.51724 Reply
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>>51450

March of the tripod. I like the technique I used to do trees illuminated by lightning...well, just broken lines..
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Albert Drivingbury - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 07:15:34 EST Fp09K9P7 No.51726 Reply
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I really should move past MSPainting at three in the morning.
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Phoebe Buvingcheg - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 04:24:32 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51757 Reply
>>51756

this is racist towards people with mac os x. fucking bigot.
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Phyllis Cribblestutch - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 19:52:56 EST Fp09K9P7 No.51758 Reply
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I bet your parents taught you that you mean something, that you're here for a reason. My parents taught me a different lesson, dying in the gutter for no reason at all... They taught me the world only makes sense if you force it to.
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SCAB - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 12:01:44 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51762 Reply
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Quick water colour before work.
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Caroline Dipperkudge - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 02:08:59 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51763 Reply
>>51762
When you've been snorting speed and drinking all night and someone asks in the morning, "hey you want a beer?"
That's what it feels like

"hell yeah"

nice
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B-a-r-t - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 07:53:01 EST 0wJFmReI No.51765 Reply
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>>51450

i'm really rather quite pleased with this one if i may say so myself, yes.
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B-a-r-t - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 08:00:11 EST 0wJFmReI No.51766 Reply
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>>51450

i like coca-cola, and sony, and apple, and microsoft, i like philips, mcdonalds, hbo and mertz, i like burger, i like bill williamson.
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James Fuckingford - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 09:28:53 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51767 Reply
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Maybe the eyes are a bit too close to each other, but whatever
I don't hate it
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Reuben Clodgepuck - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 07:41:51 EST XmJKJ5kM No.51773 Reply
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Drawn with a reference picture, of course.
Still managed to slightly fuck up some things

gotta have an eye on your chin, so you can eat your morning porridge without making a mess
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SCAB - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 12:12:23 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51777 Reply
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Printed out some A3 posters today.
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Sophie Snodcocke - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 15:23:53 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51778 Reply
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here is some new stuff i made. i wrote a shit ton of poetry, like 500~ haikus, a year ago, and now I'm trying to draw a picture for each poem. I have, like, some done. I would like some feedback yo, thanks
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Sophie Snodcocke - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 15:26:09 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51779 Reply
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LA LEGENDARIA SERPIENTE SOLIDA
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Sophie Snodcocke - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 15:32:46 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51780 Reply
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>>51543
i like your smoking frogs lol

>>51639
this one is cool looking

>>51467
I wish I could get high sucking my own dick lmao
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Albert Hankinfot - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 21:48:56 EST aRgMJVkg No.51782 Reply
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This is an illustration for a story actually. Still working on adding more.
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Hugh Goddlepatch - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 01:44:55 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51783 Reply
>>51782

Keep up the great work! if you want any advice, write in the words rather than typing them in :) or atleast get a different font.

TG Transformation comics hey? you're going to be faymis.
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Hedda Worthingdale - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 11:18:08 EST e6D2EW1/ No.51785 Reply
>>51783
That's the problem. I can doodle, but I have the handwriting of an enthusiastic 7 year old with Parkinson. So I use MS Paint and comic sans. I draw with a mechanical pencil then ink with a fine tip sharpie then scan using the black and white filter. It's slow tedious, but it works. The fiction is easy to write for, but I think they jump to sex way too quick.
>>51784
This is a chemical induced transformation. The story is a stoner gets a job (for lack of any other employment ) testing pills for a pharmaceutical company. After falling behind he ingest an unknown ammount of medication from several different types of medication. I've been jumping around story wise.
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Archie Goodman - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 20:03:08 EST Fp09K9P7 No.51787 Reply
>>51785

Word of advice, at the college graphic design course I flunked out of, they talked mad shit on comic sans all the time, the teacher told us to never ever use it or he'd hold us down and shit in our mouths.

Okay that last part isn't true. Does she still have manparts
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Hedda Govinghack - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 21:12:05 EST aRgMJVkg No.51788 Reply
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>>51787
So every Comic Book and graphic novel can use it, but I can't? I was using impact, Time New Roman look like shit. Maybe Tahoma font would work.

Nope, 100% functioning baby factory.

Pic related, my hand writing.
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Betsy Sattinghood - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 22:50:02 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51789 Reply
>>51787

Yeah Comic sans is commonly derided everywhere.

>>51788

Your handwriting is great, i can read it perfectly and look at it, it gives your comic so much more personality! Dont use computer text, use your own writing! trust me on this! it looks great.
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Archie Goodman - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 01:46:06 EST Fp09K9P7 No.51790 Reply
>>51788

I mean you can if you want to, I just don't want you to go into it unawares that people might come down on you over something as silly as font. Your handwriting's fine, friendo. Follow your dreams
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B-a-r-t - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:02:01 EST QNK3VzwX No.51792 Reply
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>>51450

some deus ex inspired ones

Reaching the makeshift command centre and interrogating the leader in the headless statue of liberty.
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B-a-r-t - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:04:48 EST QNK3VzwX No.51793 Reply
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>>51450

Deluded terrorists occupy and try to find another way through the one-way train tunnel.
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B-a-r-t - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:06:28 EST QNK3VzwX No.51794 Reply
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>>51450

Escape through outside intervention by artificial intelligence.
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B-a-r-t - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:08:47 EST QNK3VzwX No.51795 Reply
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>>51450

throggh black and white armoured stormtroopers
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B-a-r-t - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:40:11 EST QNK3VzwX No.51800 Reply
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>>51450

Shoot the mind's image in the head, shoot this here postage stamp outta the air
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Cedric Bullerbury - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:44:01 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51801 Reply
>>51788
isn't this a common porn thing? guy turned into girl?
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Samuel Chundlewedge - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:53:01 EST yt2tS6SF No.51803 Reply
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>>51793
I like this one!
>>51779
0/10 needs a cardboard box
just kidding, it's not bad
>>51777
I very much enjoy your sassy demons
>>51788
Not my thing, but you obviously can draw :)
Keep doing your thing!
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Augustus Cillynure - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 13:24:08 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51810 Reply
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>>51803
looks like something from Dark Souls

(praise the sun)
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Hugh Briffinglock - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 20:15:01 EST 5jGwgZKY No.51813 Reply
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currently painting this in my room, trying to get done before I leave and then hope the next person wants to keep it..
not really sure what to do with the anamorphic ball, maybe someone has an idea?
I can get a better picture in the morning if anyone cares
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Hugh Briffinglock - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 20:21:24 EST 5jGwgZKY No.51814 Reply
>>51813
dont even get me started on all those unfinished parts but I like how its looking already
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Phoebe Grandbanks - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 21:42:07 EST G/lH0nVX No.51824 Reply
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>>51450
Ello, I'm back. Someone said samurai jack was like a master class in color theory (new season) I figured I'd try to learn from the show. Thus this was born. My first time working with gradients.
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Phoebe Grandbanks - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 13:54:11 EST G/lH0nVX No.51829 Reply
>>51828
Laybarred? I mean it wasn't that hard to make.
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 19:52:50 EST QNK3VzwX No.51830 Reply
>>51829

ohhh, i think it was. i see aeons and scriptures in such a picture!
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 05:49:30 EST QNK3VzwX No.51832 Reply
>>51831

I'm not sure exactly what "the schizophrenia" is, but no, I have no defects or ailments or diseases of the mind, I am perfect in every way, I am functioning at peak capacity, I am a gymnast both mental and physical who can spin tall tales then strangle mine enemies with them from above, descending from the rafters, like a bat!
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Molly Sinkinstone - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 09:34:10 EST yt2tS6SF No.51833 Reply
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I did something!!"#¤%
I actually forgot about this one for weeks and stumbled upon it few days ago. I'm happy, i was able to finish it today in a way, that's pleasing to my eyes
>>51832

You bart, have a way with words
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Doris Blissleman - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 18:15:47 EST G/lH0nVX No.51839 Reply
>>51836
These pieces make me feel very uncomfortable.
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Walter Pangerman - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 04:44:34 EST G/lH0nVX No.51840 Reply
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I made this for the OP in the b thread. I rushed on it. So meh.
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 08:20:40 EST 1UX/A37d No.51842 Reply
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>>51839

i'll take that as a compliment, many, many more to come! many more!

OOM-9, battle druoid commander of the droid army invading Naboo.
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Oliver Cladgedale - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 00:18:32 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51845 Reply
>>51842

I love Jar Jar Binks, can you do more of him?
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 10:22:21 EST 1UX/A37d No.51848 Reply
>>51847

Jar Jar Binks is deliberately stupid. How else could a lizard clown thing become general of an army and destroy an AAT tank and save gungan lives?
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Oliver Cladgedale - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 11:45:31 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51849 Reply
>>51847

Have you seen barts drawing with him in it? when i seen him, so much happiness filled my heart.
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 14:31:17 EST 1UX/A37d No.51851 Reply
>>51850

OOM-9 was always one of my favourite star wars characters. Also the battle droid guard is great, who could forget that memorable line - "take them to camp 4." Fantastic.
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Shitting Sasslebad - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 02:49:01 EST G/lH0nVX No.51855 Reply
>>51854
I like your stuff, I want to base work off it.
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Betsy Tootwater - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 14:55:24 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51856 Reply
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>>51854
What is it like being insane?

lol jk

but for real
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Betsy Tootwater - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 14:56:15 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51857 Reply
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also, everyone look at these cute knees I drew
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 17:00:05 EST 1UX/A37d No.51858 Reply
>>51857

had a dream, i wanted to llick your knees!
had a dream, it was about nothiiing!
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Betsy Tootwater - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 17:11:12 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51860 Reply
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>>51859
thanks mang. is there any inspirationg behind your alien drawings? my mind doesn't understand them
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 21:28:45 EST 1UX/A37d No.51861 Reply
>>51860

yes, there is inspiration.

i love your food packet
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Ebenezer Pullykack - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 11:12:34 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51862 Reply
>>51861
so what was your inspiration Mr. Crazy-pants

if you don't mind me asking

was it las drogas
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 14:34:51 EST 1UX/A37d No.51863 Reply
>>51862

i can't call inspiration anything, but something like that, also everything. And yes, my pants are crazy, but I am not.
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Doris Chunningwater - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 20:01:06 EST G/lH0nVX No.51864 Reply
>>51863
I'm imagining you as a crazy-hot twink that likes to crossdress and has a cute butt.
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Doris Chunningwater - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 22:09:18 EST G/lH0nVX No.51866 Reply
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>>51865
We are artists you know, we can make our fantasies reality :3
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Shit Worthingson - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 00:15:16 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51867 Reply
>>51866
As someone who knows bart quite well, this is actually very close to what bart looks like, except the real bart is more scottish.
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Doris Chunningwater - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 01:00:41 EST G/lH0nVX No.51869 Reply
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>>51868
lol
Hey, so I'm trying to get good at r34 stuff, and good at art in general. This is my first freehand butt, I've been tracing a lot to get practice (that one up there is a trace), but I'm only tracing to get muscle memory so I can be a better real artist.
Anyway what do you think of my first butt? Something about the left cheek seems off...
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Shit Worthingson - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 02:37:49 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51870 Reply
>>51869

Looks like a butt to me?

What are you going for exactly? realism? interpretive? animation?
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Doris Chunningwater - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 02:41:24 EST G/lH0nVX No.51871 Reply
>>51870
I'm going for cartoony/erotic. Think Shadman, Spazzkid, Blargsnarf, I wanna make fucked up cartoon porn. Also I want to make stuff in anime/hentai style (like the one I posted) but I also wanna do western. Also I don't just wanna draw porn but I feel porn = nude = most raw = best base, and I'll be able to draw non-lewd stuff easy as fuck.
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Hamilton Funderforth - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 11:55:10 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51873 Reply
>>51871
they look pretty good to me, but could be better, so keep practicing it is nice work

I, too, want to draw weird porn on the internet

like, if I got paid to draw porn, I'd totally be alright with it. The one and only thing I think I'm above drawing is furry porn. It's too weird for me, man
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Albert Blathershaw - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 06:56:30 EST wZXiunYg No.51876 Reply
>>51869

there is a thread for on the first page for art/porn stuff . My only suggestion is making the transitions between curves a little bit less sudden.
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Lillian Pickworth - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 10:32:04 EST 66/BYdT0 No.51877 Reply
>>51876
>there is a thread for on the first page for art/porn stuff

wat r saying
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 11:34:32 EST 1UX/A37d No.51878 Reply
>>51877

yeah that doesn't make sense, seeing as there's no specific porn thread on page 1. there is somewhere around though. he seems to be saying that porn is art, which it most certainly is.
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Polly Blackgold - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 13:42:35 EST yt2tS6SF No.51882 Reply
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I didn't dawn on me, until right there at the end how much this looks like rick from rick and morty
Might as well just embrace the fact and get on with it
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Martha Bottinghall - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 05:39:38 EST G/lH0nVX No.51883 Reply
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So I made something that's not porn, although with that mouth open she's begging for it.

>>51882
It totally does. Roll with it, maybe it will lead to a series on rick and rick related things.
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 08:14:18 EST p5wcPJ94 No.51885 Reply
>>51883

that's the best thing since they made havin' sex with animals legal.
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Molly Pickhall - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 02:20:43 EST G/lH0nVX No.51893 Reply
>>51892
I wish I had enough money to ride an airplane you fancy lad snack cake.
I'm kidding, planes suck shit. Fuck planes.
Funny sketch
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r-e-b-a-r-t - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 11:46:48 EST p5wcPJ94 No.51894 Reply
>>51892

is this a man on a plane dreaming of a burger on a glass plate?

or a burger on a glass plate dreaming of a man on a plane?
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Ian Sebberchot - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 23:49:46 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51895 Reply
>>51892

i cant tell if thats a hamburger on a plate or that hamburger is a planet with rings around it. ill assume its a hamburger on a plate, but i like the idea of a hamburger planet
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Alice Dublingshit - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 11:24:11 EST hnAV6Wmq No.51899 Reply
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I think I just got excited one day and wanted to make a cool sexy club scene but I'm a little out of my depth, it was fun working with a little bit of color though, don't usually do that. I want to do some more like this in the future.
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Betsy Sanningnotch - Thu, 30 Mar 2017 20:39:29 EST azwYom1T No.51916 Reply
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i drew this here potted plant
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Betsy Sanningnotch - Thu, 30 Mar 2017 20:43:59 EST azwYom1T No.51917 Reply
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i drew this too for some reason
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William Wenningstot - Fri, 31 Mar 2017 13:47:44 EST tueByPQn No.51920 Reply
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Been doodling a bit
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George Crengerlire - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 08:51:29 EST azwYom1T No.51921 Reply
>>51920
there is a picture of a half-man / half-goblin shark person that was on 420chan for awhile

I don't have it on my computer and couldn't find it, but that is what the picture reminds me of
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Eugene Sebbledale - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 12:15:05 EST 5jGwgZKY No.51927 Reply
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slowly getting there..
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SCAB - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 19:12:27 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51929 Reply
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Drawing at work with the felt tips we have for kids.

>>51927 Nice, wish I had a space to draw on.
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Nathaniel Brommlesteck - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 09:39:52 EST azwYom1T No.51933 Reply
>>51931
these could be like magazine covers for something like Vice or whatever
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Jazzy - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 04:33:46 EST G/lH0nVX No.51939 Reply
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So I'm making my first real piece, it's fanart of another artist I like. It's her character. This is what I had done at first.
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Jazzy - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 04:34:47 EST G/lH0nVX No.51940 Reply
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>>51939
Hot garbage. So I worked real hard to make it better. Mission accomplished. I'll git gud at art one day...
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Thomas Brommlehut - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 14:24:24 EST 5jGwgZKY No.51941 Reply
>>51940
stop working on a drawing for ages, rather start a new one for fresh ideas and quick development!
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Jazzy - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:33:57 EST G/lH0nVX No.51942 Reply
>>51941
I get what you're saying, but that can easily turn into
>Don't ever bother completing work
>Never finish anything
>Tons of "ideas" that never reached completion
The last thing I, as an individual, need to focus on is spontaneity. I need to start focusing on finishing work, fixing the mistakes present in the piece as I go.
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Fucking Sollywell - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 22:23:26 EST nQPl7bZK No.51944 Reply
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Here's a shitty low res version of something I made.
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Isabella Pengerhodging - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 07:44:09 EST 5jGwgZKY No.51947 Reply
>>51942
alright, same for me - but I mean deliberate practise, not working on new pieces until they are done but getting the essentials down quicker and learning to capture what you want with little action. I feel like drawing all the details is trying to hide the overall bad structure in loads of paintings, but obviously you need to learn creating structure aswell and learn finishing things.
just when you feel like you dont get any positive development, doing lots of quick sketches helps a lot.
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Samuel Crengerfuck - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 07:52:05 EST NeqLfwxe No.51949 Reply
>>51940 I like it, the pose and composition is pretty solid. The only thing Id have to say is the lines could use a little bit of cleaning up but other than that, keep up the good work!
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Samuel Soppernone - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 14:37:24 EST azwYom1T No.51952 Reply
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>>51948
this one looks pretty good

here is a doggy dog that i drew
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Samuel Soppernone - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 14:38:36 EST azwYom1T No.51953 Reply
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The grandmaster does not say he is the grandmaster, others say if for him!
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Simon Heffingdale - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 23:35:06 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51954 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Albert Blattingman - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 00:32:44 EST NeqLfwxe No.51955 Reply
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Chapter title page for the comic I'm writing.
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Phyllis Clayshit - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 07:27:21 EST Af4xYVXJ No.51958 Reply
>>51957 thats a pretty cool concept. I like to play around with older works and painting like like that and transform them into something
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DrK - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 01:33:46 EST LFPYyf2m No.51959 Reply
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'Sup, /art/? This is my first visit to this board! I just finished this sketch, and would love criticism and/or praise equally. Thanks!
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Ernest Fagglesed - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 01:57:01 EST DfX6fhxQ No.51960 Reply
>>51959
You could draw pretty good comics. You should just use a different medium
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Angus Duckford - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 02:31:53 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51961 Reply
>>51959

you should keep it up! as Ernest said, you could do pretty good comics, maybe have your prostitutes telling jokes or something? maybe have like prostitute stories or something like that?
"i was there standing on the corner one night and this guy dressed in a fox costume asked if i could trap him in a cage, i asked for $500 he thought it was a bargian, so i trapped him in the cage gave him a bowl of water and sat around his house for 4 hours"

then have like a guy in fox costume in a cage in the backgroudn and shes sitting on the couch wearing your trademark prossie costume and shes like eating cheetos or something? idk. something for you to run with i suppose.
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Fucking Hazzlestadging - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 06:09:42 EST Fp09K9P7 No.51962 Reply
>>51959

Sure, I'll bite. You went to the trouble of asking after all. These are just my personal thoughts and opinions, I'm no Picasso, and my shit might be retarded.

The hands and feet appear too small and the fingers need more attention. More of a distinction between hand, wrist, and forearm should be made. The line of the breasts overlaps the shoulder in a curious way. The neck area might look better if the gap was colored in the flesh tone.
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Nathaniel Fimmlepadge - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 17:09:21 EST azwYom1T No.51963 Reply
>>51959
she looks all kinds of fucked up but i am also bad at drawing so whatever mang

her titties go all the way to her shoulders, and like the other guy said her hands and feet are too small
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Jazzy - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 05:22:00 EST G/lH0nVX No.51965 Reply
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I just...I don't even know anymore. I'm just rolling with shit and weird shit is happening. Like I have no idea why that rat is there...I just scribbled and then saw the image and coaxed it out and that's what it wound up being. I feel like such a freak. Art is thereputic for me I think, and I think I need to just let myself create what I want to create. Shit's gonna get fucked up and very dark. But I can't roll over and expose my belly to the universe. I have to keep going no matter how disturbing and unsettling the shit I make is.
I still don't consider this "good" work btw. I'm formulating, and this piece is a stepping stone that was just layed tonight.
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Albert Depperfoot - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 06:41:55 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51966 Reply
>>51965
i dont understand why he doesnt have a penis? is he an action figure? is he an action man?
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Jazzy - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 15:35:10 EST G/lH0nVX No.51967 Reply
>>51966
I was going to draw the outline of his cock but that was frustrating so I just put it off until later.
Unless you're being a smarmy cunt in which case go fuck yourself with hot sauna rocks.
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Lillian Foddlelotch - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 20:37:20 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51968 Reply
>>51967

i was genuinely interested in why you didnt add a penis, but your response makes me realise what kind of person you are, so yeah... have fun with being you.
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SCAB - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 20:53:16 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51969 Reply
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>>51959
Not that I can really comment but if you want to draw people draw people. Don't draw from the imagination straight up unless you already have a good idea of the human form. Draw from people around you, do life drawing classes or draw from the actual human form. Heck, draw from porn screen shots. Just don't guess and you'll be alright. Not a new image but I learnt a lot from drawing real people. Just shitty advice from my own experience.
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Lillian Foddlelotch - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 03:37:38 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51971 Reply
>>51970

Are you 12? you know 420chan has a 18+ policy right? Maybe you should go back to the future where people your own age reside.
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Cornelius Senningpot - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 04:19:03 EST G/lH0nVX No.51972 Reply
>>51971
Are you? You clearly don't get it. You insult someones work, then get butthurt when they don't lap up your shit. "ACTION MAN"? Come the fuck on dude, don't insult my intelligence. Maybe you should just quit while you're ahead and drop it.
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Lillian Foddlelotch - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 06:07:06 EST xQLQUxA6 No.51974 Reply
>>51972

Im sorry you got insulted over me asking if your sketch was based off an action figurine. Trust me, if i wanted to insult your sketch, i would. I asked a question and for some reason you thought i was insulting you/your sketch, fix your attitude, if you dont want people to ask questions about your work, dont show it. if you dont want people to insult your work, DONT SHOW IT. if you dont want people to critique your work. DONT SHOW IT. its just that easy.
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SCAB - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:04:54 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51975 Reply
Real bad lighting so you can't see more of the detail or darkness around the eyes. The background is an old painting I started for a friend years ago. The Demon is the new addition.
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Jazzy - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 15:16:38 EST G/lH0nVX No.51977 Reply
>>51974
If you don't want people to critique your opinion, don't give it?
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Hamilton Blatherstone - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 22:08:24 EST azwYom1T No.51979 Reply
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>>51969
I like this drawing, and also I'm seconding drawing from porn screenshots

I can't draw people well, but the best I've drawn is from porn, lol

Here is something I made recently tho

>dat comfy lyfe
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Jazzy - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 02:21:57 EST G/lH0nVX No.51989 Reply
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I've given up on cartooning for now. I have to get a solid base in realism before I try to improvise. This is a trace, except for the hair. And I altered the china little bit. Some random female bodybuilder.
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SCAB - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 07:18:39 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.51991 Reply
>>51989

Yea, I think getting that solid base will really help. Good luck :)
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Jazzy - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 05:37:49 EST G/lH0nVX No.51993 Reply
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>>51992
And I'm doing 4 sets of Danny Devito alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger. Here's how far I am on that rn. Just started it like an hour or two ago.
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Jazzy - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 03:56:10 EST G/lH0nVX No.52000 Reply
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>>51993
Ok, finished one of the pose setups I had prepared with clippings of photos. I hope you guys like it. And I'm sorry to that one guy who I was a sourpuss to. I hope he is still around and see's this apology.
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Fucking Pemblehall - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 06:07:46 EST Fp09K9P7 No.52001 Reply
>>52000

Oddly enough there is a movie starring those two, as twins no less. Crazy world.
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Jazzy - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 04:28:30 EST G/lH0nVX No.52005 Reply
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Practiced some motion tonight
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Samuel Billingforth - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:20:25 EST 2RpF6UJV No.52007 Reply
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>>51450
I'm tackling the whole fluid thing now, trying to get the splash somewhat realistic and liquid looking. overall fixing things I left unfinished.
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Shitting Drurrybon - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 20:00:51 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52008 Reply
>>52007
The thing i like most about this photo (besides the painting) is that you havent tidied your room, its just so interesting looking into other peoples lives like that, if i were you when you're done i wouldnt clean up and document it that way, then maybe clean up and document it and see the parallels.

its really cool dude! keep it up! and keep us updated on the progress!
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Alice Brillerhark - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 18:36:26 EST G/lH0nVX No.52012 Reply
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>>52011
I see you ReBart :3

Anyway I did a self portrait last night.
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Frederick Sabberridge - Mon, 01 May 2017 04:28:47 EST yt2tS6SF No.52015 Reply
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>>52011
Nice!
Yeah, instantly recognized this
>>52012
Touched up a hoodie of mine
No planning went into this I just started to draw shit on it.
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Frederick Sabberridge - Mon, 01 May 2017 04:48:58 EST yt2tS6SF No.52016 Reply
>>52012
Accidentally replied to your post
Nice work!
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Frederick Sabberridge - Mon, 01 May 2017 14:52:52 EST yt2tS6SF No.52018 Reply
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>>52017
Used one of theyse

Airbrush might've been better (i dunno)
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Hamilton Crungermat - Fri, 05 May 2017 06:52:12 EST yt2tS6SF No.52019 Reply
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It's so fucking nice outside and i'm feeling so fucking good, so i drew this while sitting bored as fuck in class
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Nigel Chillerford - Fri, 05 May 2017 12:17:30 EST 2RpF6UJV No.52021 Reply
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>>52009
the beginning is the ring with the blue rectangles above the heart

I just set up a deadline because I might be moving out in a month and dont want to paint over an unfinished picture. so I'm gonna refine everything until the 4th of June and finally get done with this. also: working on the shitty quality of my pictures..
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Hannah Hunkincocke - Sat, 06 May 2017 04:20:22 EST yt2tS6SF No.52023 Reply
>>52021
This is some truly good stuff!

May i ask, what are you making this with?
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Sidney Gonnerspear - Sat, 06 May 2017 07:18:31 EST 2RpF6UJV No.52024 Reply
>>52023
I use tinting paint from the hardware store and some cheap brushes. just painted more every time i felt like it and added whatever without thinking much about the whole picture.
probably not the best choice healthwise but its like 4 bucks for 250mL and they mix really well.
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Jack Munningterk - Tue, 09 May 2017 00:39:50 EST YuohuNeC No.52025 Reply
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I got bored at work and chugged this out on a paper bag in-between customers
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Matilda Cuttingkudge - Wed, 10 May 2017 15:27:24 EST YuohuNeC No.52030 Reply
>>52029

Thanks. It means a lot to get a compliment. I actually kind of got the idea from the goats in twilight princess that have the single circular horn on their head. But my idea for this thing was that it's an occult being and it can see spirits when it looks directly through the two rings above its nose, and it uses the bladed device on its chin to cut spirits open so it can suck out their insides for nourishment.

Here's another picture I'm still working on. I'm mostly just finishing the shading though
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Matilda Cuttingkudge - Wed, 10 May 2017 15:29:43 EST YuohuNeC No.52031 Reply
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>>52030

I forgot to attach the picture. Sorry. I hope you guys like it I've been practicing a lot and I hope to make money with to art some day
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Nigel Smallfoot - Thu, 11 May 2017 11:13:31 EST yt2tS6SF No.52034 Reply
>>52031
>>52025
oh god, i suck

Very cool shit! What kind of a pen(s) are you using? I'm trying to ask pretty much everyone who posts here now.
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Jenny Tootman - Thu, 11 May 2017 19:01:29 EST SmiE2AOE No.52036 Reply
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>>52034

This is the only type of pen I use. It's the papermate 1.0m. I bought a ten pack from Walmart for about two dollars. I like them because they're cheap, reliable and great for shading. My family used to buy me expensive art pens for Christmas but I don't like them so luckily the kind I prefer is dirt cheap.
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Graham Crurrynire - Fri, 12 May 2017 05:19:52 EST yt2tS6SF No.52038 Reply
>>52037
Did you make that pic?
If so, cool!

well, are you fucking right now?

>>52036
Duh, just realized i already asked this from you, in the other thread
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James Hiddletit - Sat, 13 May 2017 08:00:07 EST wZXiunYg No.52044 Reply
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>>52038
It's a photoshop of a geisha's head onto the body of the dude from the movie Machette, so no. I just think it looks dope as fuck.

Na, just feeling in the zone. I'm between ppl.
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Polly Tillingwill - Sat, 13 May 2017 20:11:11 EST ntnTVkPL No.52045 Reply
>>52040

Is that you, bart? Either way, whoever you are that's cool as fuck

>>52038

That's funny because I remember you asking
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Polly Tillingwill - Sat, 13 May 2017 20:44:29 EST ntnTVkPL No.52046 Reply
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>>52044

That's also really cool. I like seeing other people's styles because I might learn something and learning is fun.
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Hedda Wullyhall - Sun, 14 May 2017 04:05:42 EST yt2tS6SF No.52047 Reply
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>>52045
naww, i'm the guy with the eyes.. you know?

I started experimenting with using two different kinds of ink pens and lead
One ink pen for thick lines
Another for some "hard" shading
Lead for soft shading

I call this one "Witches ARISE!!!!"
i'm kinda also inclined to call it "witch mountain", but that's just stupid
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Hedda Wullyhall - Sun, 14 May 2017 07:03:01 EST yt2tS6SF No.52048 Reply
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>>52047
Yeah, i apologize for the modest size of these pictures and spamming the thread.
Also touched it up a little with photoshop
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Phineas Gucklefoot - Mon, 15 May 2017 21:36:36 EST BUHBTy45 No.52049 Reply
>>52048

That's dope. I really like the linework. The swirls and stuff remind me of my work? What kind of drugs do you take?

I mostly do LSD and dxm, weed all day every day. My art is mostly influenced by LSD.
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Cornelius Fenderdat - Tue, 16 May 2017 05:15:07 EST 2ZBoFX0o No.52050 Reply
>>52049
Actually i was on a small dose of 3-meo-pcp, small amount of rivatril and 3 beers, when i did that I was just lying on the floor drawing, while george carlin's standup was playing in the background

LSD, cannabis and mushrooms have inspired me the most of drugs.

Would be interesting to see your stuff! If you don't mind, do post something :)
And thanks!
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Albert Siddlepidging - Wed, 17 May 2017 07:37:14 EST yt2tS6SF No.52051 Reply
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I promised to show my wood, so here it is.
Birch plywood, with walnut veneer on top.

Has a couple of flaws, no doubt
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Hugh Fannercocke - Wed, 17 May 2017 23:45:05 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52052 Reply
>>52051

Gorgeous. absolutely stunning. love your work!
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Clara Billingbury - Thu, 18 May 2017 12:37:30 EST hfIwar1t No.52053 Reply
>>52051

Man, it's really good. I love woodworking myself and making shelves and chests, but veneer? I use only solid wood planks so that it can be an antique some day. The whole reason I started making my own furniture is because I got tired of veneer and particle board. But still your stuff looks really cool
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Ernest Passleshit - Fri, 19 May 2017 05:42:44 EST yt2tS6SF No.52054 Reply
>>52053
Yeah, that was our assignment :)
To make something out of MDF/plywood/particle board and cover it with thin veneer of your choosing

Of course i prefer solid wood over shit like that, but this was a necessary thing to learn according to our school.
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Jazzy - Fri, 19 May 2017 10:07:37 EST G/lH0nVX No.52056 Reply
>>52054
Wood planks are the way to go. I saw a rigged up chainsaw on a rigged up track used to mill logs small scale at home. I want to make one and use it to mill wood, and then use the wood to build things. I don't have much hands on mechanical experience but I think I have some people who can help me get it put together.
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Nigel Genningchatch - Sun, 21 May 2017 21:10:59 EST qZM/1smR No.52058 Reply
>>52054

That's awesome, man. I'd love to go to school for art/woodworking related things.

I'm on commission to build someone a traditional Celtic chest right now, but I haven't touched it in a couple of months because I've been working so much and have had so much going on outside of work.

I'll make sure to post a picture of it when it's done though. Hardest part is definitely going to be putting in Celtic knots with my Dremel. Not looking forward to that.

Keep up the awesome work!
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Fucking Cremmleshit - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 20:11:57 EST 1N1UUuLf No.52108 Reply
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Prototype Stoner Bait
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Simon Sozzlebury - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 19:29:52 EST 2RpF6UJV No.52111 Reply
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some progress, thinking about doing my own thread so I don't spam this one. anyone interested?
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Reuben Clankinfoot - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 21:42:17 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52112 Reply
>>52111

you dont need to make your own thread this thread/board is pretty much dead anyway.
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Basil Picklegold - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 04:34:02 EST 2RpF6UJV No.52116 Reply
>>52112
don't let your depression spill out of your head - your actions and words should not be affected by it or you won't get out of it.
the board is dead, so stop posting?
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Reuben Clankinfoot - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 07:29:42 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52117 Reply
>>52116

What i meant was you shouldn't worry about "spamming" the thread because its a slow board anyway.

and i wouldnt go around calling other people depressed, but for the record i'm not the person painting on their walls like a prisoner in their cell. Dont get me wrong, keep up the good work, just check yourself before you go calling other people names, people in glass houses and all that.
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Basil Picklegold - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 14:08:21 EST 2RpF6UJV No.52118 Reply
>>52117
true, sorry I assumed stuff I can't know anythig about. just seemed kind of pessimistic and I went from there..

and I guess when threadlimit is arrived someone will just create a new one, if there even is one
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Caroline Fullershaw - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 20:21:33 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52120 Reply
>>52011

I wonder where Bart went, i certainly do miss seeing his work.
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Clara Cerrylire - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 16:34:17 EST 49j8Al2J No.52126 Reply
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>>52125
Went into a forest, took some shrooms and got inspired by the sun.
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Jenny Murdfoot - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 02:11:32 EST Qlm6K3n/ No.52128 Reply
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This is a work in progress. Making it for a friend as a gift.
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Frederick Chuddledud - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 21:30:01 EST 49j8Al2J No.52130 Reply
>>52128
Cool!
Making art for somebody as a gift, is a cool idea.
It has crossed my mind, but it gets countered by the thought, that "nawww, i'm just not good enough"
Which is kinda dumb
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Rebecca Sellerdale - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 16:37:40 EST gpISMebA No.52141 Reply
>>52130

I think it's really the though that counts mostly, that somebody took the time out of their day to make something original specifically for you. It feels good
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SCAB - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 19:38:56 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52145 Reply
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Watercolour poster for a local Reggae boat party. Not my normal thing and the wall of text kills it but it was fun to do something other than demons.
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Barnaby Cundlestock - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 14:59:02 EST pCoXkE3I No.52147 Reply
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>>52145
>something other than demons

Well, you've done and fucked up now!

>>52146
Cheers!
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Shit Dashforth - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 12:36:35 EST pCoXkE3I No.52162 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Shit Dashforth - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 12:49:36 EST pCoXkE3I No.52163 Reply
>>52162
probably still needs a bit detail.. looks kinda bland actually
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Edward Cimmerwig - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 18:58:59 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52164 Reply
>>52162

Reminds me of taro cards but yeah with this one you should fully colour it.
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Shit Simblebeg - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 12:56:24 EST azwYom1T No.52166 Reply
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i drew a scary whatever
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Shit Simblebeg - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 12:59:22 EST azwYom1T No.52168 Reply
>>52162
I like the colors but honestly I don't like the way it looks. I feel like it should have more depth, it looks really flat. And the hands on the monster guy are too small.

Just my opinion though. But the colors look cool.
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Shit Simblebeg - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 13:00:17 EST azwYom1T No.52169 Reply
>>52168
I pretty much like all of it except the weird rat guy. The eye and the frame are good in my opinion.
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Hedda Perryridge - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 16:29:15 EST xL1U0h/M No.52174 Reply
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about the time I thought I was going to die in downtown denver
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Fuck Sublingfidge - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 19:39:15 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52177 Reply
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I fucked this one up immensely.

Glad its finally over though.
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Hugh Hunkinkeck - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 20:17:52 EST RedKWsYV No.52186 Reply
>>52168
>>52169
Thanks a lot for the feedback!
I'm not 100% happy with it either.

But i like the idea (it's inspired by a track from our upcoming album), so i think i'll be touching it up

>>52165
>>52166
Cool!
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Caroline Nicklestone - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 06:56:42 EST pCoXkE3I No.52189 Reply
>>52177
That looks like a ton of work, how long did that take to make?
I really like the pattern
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Alice Drocklestatch - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 08:33:28 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52190 Reply
>>52189

Hey, thanks. ive been working on another audio visual installation project at the same time as this because i began disliking this work when i fucked up the 3rd layer so it took longer than it should have and ended up taking me about a month and a half due to pure laziness and apathy toward it which i feel really shows when you hit the triangle layer. it should have only taken two weeks.

ive actually considered pulling the canvas off and using the frame for my next painting if im 100% honest with you.

one thing i really liked about this painting is how each layer changed the overall colour of the work, like it started out with the washed out very stripped back reds and light purple then when i did the wave layer it changed it then when i did the straight lines it changed it again and triangles again, so if the painting was a success in any way is was learning about that.

i dunno... i end up disliking about 85% of my paintings, but i tend to enjoy making them. i guess i live for the 15%.
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Clara Sozzleham - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 10:13:03 EST 1KM2CVYn No.52191 Reply
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drew this with no reference, put it in a frame i bought at a yard sale

it really ties the room together
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Shitting Hizzlepodge - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 00:47:23 EST xQLQUxA6 No.52196 Reply
>>52191

i like it! i love it in the frame it makes it look so contemporary with the side cut off and the blue background it looks really cool. amazing form on the tree and nice colour for the clouds, great work!
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Phyllis Murdworth - Fri, 28 Jul 2017 11:38:28 EST 7Q0PFgau No.52203 Reply
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>>51450

I never really post my artwork much but im really peoud of this. It needs some work though imo still.... The bottom left is a hand but it needs some outlining to make it stand out (edit: this one has outline but i still think it needs work) It also doesnt have the best shape ever so that too vould use work. I am in no way a good drawer of shapes so i just take images and do coloring more than drawing. Id like to say i do a damn good doodle but i dont call it art just yet lol
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Jazzy - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 09:04:46 EST G/lH0nVX No.52208 Reply
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Working on character design. Rough beginnings. Gonna fix the proportions (head/jaw/eyes).
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Barnaby Sazzleham - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 00:12:36 EST J8V7fA2o No.52215 Reply
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This is one I started recently. I might work on it some more right about now. I'm going to post another in a while when I've done more work on it
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Hedda Turveyford - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 21:12:03 EST bxWsqaP/ No.52222 Reply
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>>52215

This person again. I didn't work on that one, but I drew this today, in progress
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Esther Drosslesteg - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 06:49:30 EST B3Q6Vb8m No.52223 Reply
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I could use some feedback.

I found a digital drawing tablet in my garage yesterday. It's a Wacom Intuos 3 and before that I've never drawn a thing on pc. I do work in photoshop regularely (with a mouse).

I honestly don't know where to start. I've looked for tutorials but they generally just talk about tablets and programs and "practice a lot lmao". I'd like some tips on where to start (or start looking) for concrete things I should learn.

Image attached you can see my attempt at drawing smooth curves and lines, and shading. I know it's bad, but if you guys could pick up on some specific flaws you see so I start noticing them myself, I would appreciate that so much.
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Betsy Firrybudging - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 09:03:03 EST G/lH0nVX No.52224 Reply
>>52223
I just do a line 50 times until it comes out right. Undo button on my huion is my most used tool.
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Jarvis Greenhall - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 15:57:24 EST hRNpsBiW No.52225 Reply
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Just wanted to try out some new pencils i bought.. Under 2 hours and looks like something a child would draw, but i kinda like it

>>52215
Oh yeah, would be interesting to see where this one goes.
>>52222
Looking good there!
>>52223
Keep at it, nigga
>>52224
Yeah, this pretty much!
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Jarvis Greenhall - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 15:58:23 EST hRNpsBiW No.52226 Reply
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>>52225
This one was closer to 4 hours maybe.. Hard to say, i kinda lost track of time
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Nell Clayfuck - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 16:00:07 EST Fp09K9P7 No.52227 Reply
>>52223
>I found a digital drawing tablet in my garage yesterday.

You could've found a lot of shitty knockoff tablets, but you found a quality product. Keywords are important; tablet tutorial isn't what you want, what you want is to search digital art tutorial, illustration tutorial, I find a lot of interesting content on YT for free.

As for what you've done, I like it and you have plenty of room for improvement. I don't mean that as a backhanded compliment. I want to encourage you to reach for what you're passionate about, because you can get there.
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Jazzy - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 16:10:08 EST G/lH0nVX No.52228 Reply
>>52226
I like this one. It draws me in and leaves me wanting more. He's a mysterious figure, a wizard perhaps? Holding a mysterious message in a mysterious tongue. Is it a warning? Or an invitation? I ponder this wizards existence...I, a traveller in the night.
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Jack Bibbergold - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 20:47:16 EST TvueUt31 No.52229 Reply
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Finally gave up on trying to draw perfect and got more loose, hows dis?
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Thomas Dartstock - Thu, 10 Aug 2017 16:43:08 EST B3Q6Vb8m No.52231 Reply
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In the meantime I've started another attempt at colouring and shadowing. I think it's coming along somewhat ok. Not personally a fan of this 'style' of shadowing/colouring, and I'd prefer to go for a more tight style, but I'll get there eventually.

>>52227
Yeah, well found is maybe a bit vague. My girlfriend used to go to art college and owns a couple, but hardly ver uses them.

>Keywords
Thanks, I'll definitely look those up. It's a bit overwhelming when searching in vague terms like I was doing before.

>I don't mean that as a backhanded compliment.
Defnitely not taken the wrong way, I appreciate it! I'm not going to kid myself in thinking I am anywhere near resembling someone that knows how to draw.
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Cornelius Clayhood - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 06:23:30 EST Ow0DASy9 No.52236 Reply
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>>52229
Nice and chaotic!
>>52228
Thanks! I love your interpretation of it
The adventures of the demonic wizard shall continue

Even though they are on hold for a while, since i don't know what to do with the background
I kinda like it black, but maybe i'll come up with something at some
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SCAB - Wed, 16 Aug 2017 18:15:24 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52237 Reply
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A new wonky dice handpoke cus I was bored. The transfer rubbed off because I was too impatient to start so more or less freehand.
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Albert Drebberput - Tue, 22 Aug 2017 12:37:20 EST 9f72j7h3 No.52245 Reply
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I ended up with a "tiled" background
I don't really like it, but can't really erase it either.

Otherwise i'm happy with it
>>52241
I like this kind of a scifi-look to the character
Reminds me a bit of playing anarchy online as a teenager
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Walter Dummernane - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 14:29:37 EST G7bisZz+ No.52252 Reply
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>>52245
Nice, i love the calmness vibe it has.
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Hedda Boffingway - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 18:14:07 EST UgOyjeUQ No.52253 Reply
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>>52252
Thanks!

I know, i don't really give any constructive criticism (cause i don't really know shit)
But that is really cool!

I have a soft spot for black and white psychedelia
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SCAB - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 06:03:28 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52256 Reply
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>>52253

This is excellent.

Second mini canvas in a 6 part series I'm working on.
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Martha Pushgold - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 07:02:55 EST Ay19pr5C No.52258 Reply
>>52257

The surface is really distracting in this work. What medium are you using and how have you prepared it?
>>52256 is mostly fine, i think the darkness and the uhhh splattery moldy skin aberrations? dare i say... scabs? of number 3 is what draws you into the canvas. i assume this isnt what you're chasing.

Otherwise, both works are typically what i'd expect from you, nice work, keep it up.
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SCAB - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 09:29:08 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52260 Reply
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>>52259

The lighting is really bad and does pick up the canvas texture a hell of a lot. They're the cheapest of the cheap canvases at 6 for £2 supposedly already prepped for oil and acrylic of which I have used neither. As I mainly do these drunk or high (or both) I haven't done any extra or real prep on them. I currently have no motivation so am just chucking out these ones quickly to get my mind going again. I use cheap felttip pens, permanent markers, water colours and a little bit of gouache. Number 3 was a test to just make a rank horrible rotten scabed up skin. I'll probably burn em all when done The texture doesn't bother me as I by no means think of these as 'proper' work.

Current one.
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Graham Mibbleforth - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 04:01:45 EST Ay19pr5C No.52263 Reply
>>52260

Yeah thought so, is it even canvas or is it canvas textured paper?


I like your work and i hope that you do take the time out to get some really decent surface materials.
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SCAB - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 06:32:58 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52266 Reply
>>52263

It's canvas board, so it's like bristol board or something wrapped in canvas. When these are done I will hopefully be stocking up on decent stuff.
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SCAB - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 08:48:56 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52267 Reply
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>>51450
Number 5. One more then I'll try something serious.
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Hamilton Snodstock - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 21:15:22 EST nfhfoPo1 No.52270 Reply
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My friend said, "Draw Caillou, but make him look all demonic."
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Jazzy - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 06:06:17 EST G/lH0nVX No.52271 Reply
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A 1911 I've been working on. Obvi a trace. I am still learning about form structure and perspective.
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George Hellylitch - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 23:13:58 EST /edzikXr No.52274 Reply
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It bothers me a bit, that the eyes aren't lined up in a satisfying fashion
Also the photo isn't really all that good

Whatever, i like it :)
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Hedda Boddleford - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 00:33:03 EST 10G6csZk No.52276 Reply
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Haven't drawn in a while. I think this is the second face I've actually put some effort in to. The first portrait I attempted was a drawing I did in high school art class ten years ago.

Not super impressed with it, but I don't think it's absolutely horrendous.
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Hedda Boddleford - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 00:35:27 EST 10G6csZk No.52277 Reply
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>>52276

I also started this one a couple days ago. Been drawing on a smaller pad so it doesn't feel like it will take forever to fill.
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SCAB - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:53:33 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52286 Reply
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Fresh handpoked 'Cosmic Coffin' on myself.
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Polly Punningchan - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 21:41:48 EST d9WQUiIL No.52287 Reply
>>52271
The trick is to create a 3-dimensional recreation of the object inside your head that you can zoom in or out of, rotate, and morph.

I suggest drawing while on lsd. I've been drawing for about 20 years now, but it wasn't until the beginning of this year tripping and drawing that I really honed my abilities and brought some true definition and style to my art. Nb no art posted

I never took formal art lessons, so don't let me point you wrong if anybody knows better, but I definitely suggest against tracing. My advice is draw with a reference, but do simpler objects until you're able to do something more complex without tracing.
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Polly Sushforth - Wed, 27 Sep 2017 09:45:37 EST ZMS7XbRg No.52289 Reply
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>>51450

I drew this one this morning. I don't think I'm going to add any more to it or I might make it too cluttered
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Polly Sushforth - Wed, 27 Sep 2017 11:24:16 EST ZMS7XbRg No.52290 Reply
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>>52289

Here's another one I just drew! It's pretty rough, and the hands are all janked up, but I still like it. I think I might actually color this one, which is way out of my style because 99% of my work is black ink on paper.
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William Crandlewit - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 16:37:49 EST Ih370aRX No.52298 Reply
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the mandala wasn't yet finished in this photo but i'm posting it anyway

>>52270
he looks metal af. really cool
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Cornelius Femmleworth - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:05:54 EST 7Z8qG0lF No.52299 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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William Nicklestock - Sat, 30 Sep 2017 08:31:46 EST 10G6csZk No.52300 Reply
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>>52290

I really like those man. Badass.

I finished this one last night.
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Sidney Brocklepune - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 20:47:06 EST UMlN4tdk No.52313 Reply
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>>51450

Finished this a couple of days ago after a several week hiatus.
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Sidney Brocklepune - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 20:55:22 EST UMlN4tdk No.52314 Reply
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>>52313

This one got done around the same time. It's all papermate ink pens, but I want to learn how to use water colors so I can add more. Does anyone want to share what they use to add color? I've never really drawn with anything but pens so I have no deal what I'm doing. Thanks in advance
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Sidney Brocklepune - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 21:07:14 EST UMlN4tdk No.52315 Reply
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>>52314

Alright I started this one a couple of months ago, but I only just got back to working on it and finished it last week. I normally draw nature scenes mixed with abstract and surrealism but I started practicing human proportions, and I actually really enjoy it. It's helped me develop a lot.
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Albert Nablinglotch - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 17:45:55 EST hto8pXRZ No.52316 Reply
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>>52315

Here's another current project that isn't finished. I'm making this one so I can try to color it. Probably with colored pencils only with a few shades of the same hue
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Albert Sollybidge - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 12:17:35 EST apKVoeaF No.52318 Reply
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>>52316
I drew this over the last couple of days from a reference pic. I'm going to try coloring it, I'll post them when I finish coloring
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Edward Fanshaw - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 12:21:04 EST 01vw2acP No.52320 Reply
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>>52319
Thanks, man. I'm really working hard right now to try doing something with my art besides just being a hobby. For the last few weeks I've been drawing up to five hours a day practicing so that I can put together a portfolio.

Pic related is something I started this morning at work. One of my friends gave me this picture of her daughter and asked me to draw her for me.
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Thomas Penderstock - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 06:56:23 EST GITgDS/J No.52323 Reply
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This is a bit empty at the moment.
Was feeling depressed and decided to start drawing to take my mind off things
Really seems to help.

I gotta get a scanner too.
>>52316
Cool!
>>52318
Yeah, nice job as said above!
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Jazzy - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:53:53 EST G/lH0nVX No.52325 Reply
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Hey guys, been a while. I've hit a new plateu. Still not good enough by a long shot but it's a personal achievement.
I'll post my new stuff.
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Jazzy - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:55:51 EST G/lH0nVX No.52326 Reply
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>>52325
I've gone back to physical medium because I didn't have a strong enough base yet to properly utilize digital. My plan as of now is to do lines in physical, and then digitize and color.

But I'm still coloring physically for now because I enjoy it.
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Jazzy - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:56:51 EST G/lH0nVX No.52327 Reply
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>>52326
Great. Idk why my fucking shit is sideways, it's not a cell shot it's a twitter pic.
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Caroline Berringcocke - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 01:19:18 EST reE8DBa1 No.52328 Reply
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Gave the piece a bit more contrast over all.
Now i'm pretty happy with it.. I would love to frame this and give it to someone.
>>52325
Nice! Especially the skin-coloured one.
Got reminded instantly of Godspeed you black emperor
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Hedda Dartson - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 08:45:13 EST G/lH0nVX No.52329 Reply
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>>52328
Thanks :) Here's some more, it stopped letting me post yesterday. Weird error message.
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Jazzy - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 08:47:12 EST G/lH0nVX No.52330 Reply
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>>52329
Last one for now. I'm practicing really hard trying to wrap my mind around the shapes of things. And then even farther off in the distance of experience is the scary world of shading and lighting. And of course the hard world of fabric flow and life in motion.
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Dextrolord - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 13:15:37 EST Y40dyWWe No.52331 Reply
>>52328
I'd personally love to have that hanging in my room, good job!!!
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SCAB - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 18:43:29 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52343 Reply
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Good stuff everyone! Started a quick doodle listening to Iron Monkey, Grief and Noothgrush and spent way too much time on it!
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Albert Banderstone - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 21:46:57 EST Ay19pr5C No.52344 Reply
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Here is an artwork i did
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Esther Cobbleville - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 19:32:50 EST Fp09K9P7 No.52345 Reply
>>52344

How does one contact Amelia

Do I just say Amelia three times and you appear?
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Barnaby Bezzledock - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 17:37:19 EST Ay19pr5C No.52346 Reply
>>52345

Yes but only when its a no-moon kind of night.
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Caroline Bimmerfore - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 19:57:25 EST zGb2m3oW No.52347 Reply
>>52344

What's wrong with your brains? That you're declining or whatever? get rid of the no time wasters thing. Its aggressive and unnecessary. Selling art is selling yourself aswel you look like a douchebag with that crap. A lot of people won't humour you on principal, it comes across smug and assholey
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Graham Buzzridge - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 23:40:14 EST Ay19pr5C No.52348 Reply
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>>52347

I feel like you may of misunderstood the artwork but that actually helps a lot.

When i first started the artwork it was only three paintings and i assumed people would "get it" when they seen the bag of sugar work, but people were still asking to buy them i had to add another 3 works just to get to the middle work where its just a for sale sign but i may need to add a didactic.

I think its important to recognise that these works are not actually for sale and that the artworks are primarily the for sale signs themselves and not the paintings. the paintings are merly the plinths for the for sale signs.
People commonly say "no time wasters" on for sale posts on facebook here, so i guess thats also something where i would need to change the work depending on where its shown. If i was genuinely trying to sell them why wouldnt i put in any actual contact information on them?
Also, did you see how i signed the paintings? its in glitter paint :) so when you view it irl it sparkles.

Anyways thanks again for your feedback, here is another painting
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Nell Dushstone - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 00:00:27 EST Fp09K9P7 No.52349 Reply
>>52348

If what you're saying is true, did you actually paint any of the paintings or did you only make the for sale signs and tack them onto pieces you found in the local community college's garbage? I'm not seeing many food stains so I'm thinking the former.
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Graham Buzzridge - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 00:45:35 EST Ay19pr5C No.52350 Reply
>>52349

Nah they are my paintings, i purposefully made them low effort high cheese. hence why theres a picture of muhammad etc, i just splashed paint randomly onto canvases and painted a black outline, exactly like the kind of art people make for the sole purpose of selling.
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Ebenezer Peddlechet - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 09:09:15 EST DWToM06Y No.52351 Reply
>>52343
Nice! That's your best one yet imo!
Also the new iron monkey is brutal as fuck
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Charles Wondlefidging - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 13:33:13 EST ZClMdILt No.52352 Reply
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>>52323

I really like your work. I like the organic/tribal vibes, and you've got good focal points. Stoked to see some more of it!

>>52325

Hands are one of my favorite things to draw. It's really good practice, plus I think that hands can actually express a lot of emotion
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SCAB - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 05:25:20 EST UYqvL2Y5 No.52353 Reply
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>>52348 That's sick!


>>52351 Cheers! and yea, they're such a solid band.

This one isn't finished, been photocopying my stuff so I don't ruin the originals with colour before I get quality digital copies of them.
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Cyril Sublingweck - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 09:46:14 EST UFf8TAYn No.52362 Reply
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>>52353
I was pissed, but not anymore
An emo skeleton appeared on a paper in front of me, because of that
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William Nibbertet - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 07:31:55 EST Ay19pr5C No.52366 Reply
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>>52365

Heres a snapshot from one of the unlisted videos.
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Jazzy - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 21:35:22 EST G/lH0nVX No.52372 Reply
>>52371
Uhm...what is going on? I'm NOT no bumping...and those threads above AREN'T stickied...

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