I made a silly giraffe, he's flying.
and has broken legs
that silly sausage
Made this 2 weeks ago but since the Slenderhype is still on :
sender is the scariest gaem ever u shud play it its scary !!!
I'm so jealous of all the amazing work in here. I took private art classes for three years but didn't seem to improve at all. I've always wanted to be able to portray images in my mind on paper the way so many other artists can seemingly effortlessly. I draw all the the time but it always comes out looking like it did when I was 12. I guess I'm just ranting but I got upset seeing all the amazing works in here :/
Links that could be still helpful to you:
Practising some anatomy and I suck at drawing appendages. Dunno why
Trying to improve my colour understanding.
after a long summer of very little, here is a colour study before i start doing a lot of concept work at uni
So I got acecpted for an Architecture major today, any architects in the house?
congrats. my 3D tutor did architecture before he decided to get into games. it's a surprisingly open artistic course
And give yourself confidence, find somebody that can draw. Confidence and security is something that can help you get out of the "why bother if it's crap" ditch I had myself in before my dad gave me a bit of a push, since he can draw well enough to give me a push.
Just go at it, and reference, lots of it.
how do you guys blend colors and shadows on photoshop/whatever software you guys have?
i mean i thought about it while i was doing traditional painting and i was like for painting you can blend colors together with your brushes to make a smooth transition but on photoshop or any other application how do you do it, do you just take like 5 different colors until the color blend is complete or what?
You get a lot better at colour blending as you go on. Sometimes you can get away with having two manually-picked colours then blending them using a lower opacity brush. But if the difference between the two colours is vast and you want to get a blend going on you'll need to manually pick a couple of the colours in between, sometimes several colours. Trying to mix blend two vastly different colours without picking any colours in between and just low-opacity blending it will give you dull in-between colours. Sometimes this might be a good thing. Sometimes it won't.
You'll get an eye for what 'dull' colour looks like and when it's a positive or negative thing as you do more painting and look at other artist's works though, as well as posting your work here so we can point out where you have dull colours where you ought to have vibrant colours (and vice versa)
I'm just halfway done. It's a bit tricky to shade and I'm too tired to finish it up today.
I have to say that I'm somewhat dissapointed with the outcome.
It's for my final school project.
Another study. Think I'm getting better with colour. Perspective still needs work in a lot of cases.
he's not winking yet his speech bubble implies he is please mind your consistency
lol I do these shitty drawings for all my friends on their birthdays
I've literally never done silhouettes before and I already find it so beneficial as you start to see things that you didn't intend (yet decide to develop). As well as making sure the outline is interesting :o Why didn't I do this before?
Those look very nice and loose. I like the two smaller ones at the bottom especially
Awesome shading on the dinosaur, always respect lines/cross hatching as it's something I can't seem to pull off so well
i love it but where did he tail go
he's definitely gonna fall over
It's a bit muddy zoomed in but it reads really well in the thumbnail so well done with the values I guess
Just screwing around with my friend's face in Photoshop. I'm still pretty bad at it but it's fun.