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We're All Gonna Make It Bruh

File: 370fbfe5d825d98⋯.png (422.05 KB, 675x488, 675:488, It Seems I Was Mistaken.png)

 No.4920[Reply]

Welcome to /loomis/ !

This board is intended for the discussion of a variety of artistic subjects, with an emphasis on illustration and animation.

If you're looking for books, video lectures and demonstrations on these subjects, please see the /loomis/ resource hub and board rules located at:

http://www.8ch.net/loomis/hub.html

Keep drawing, my friends.

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File: 1c584d44e2df92f⋯.png (3.03 MB, 1761x7924, 1761:7924, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.6059[Reply]

Last thread is autosaging and seeing this on the front page usually motivates people to draw, though they usually don't post.

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 No.10965

File: f02e7e17775de52⋯.jpg (62.44 KB, 1000x707, 1000:707, 37.jpg)

day 37 OH SHIT

it was meant to be the fairy princess today but I ran out of time.

I will return to this tomorrow.


 No.10972

File: 596a138fe388d0a⋯.jpg (389.96 KB, 1920x1358, 960:679, 37.jpg)

>>10476

day 38 Fairy princess again.


 No.10987

File: 0a9a26787522e9c⋯.jpg (360.14 KB, 1920x1358, 960:679, day 39 RAbit princess.jpg)

>>10476

day 39 rabbit princess,

faces are mush better


 No.11000

File: d6c43ee0f336f43⋯.jpg (297.35 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 40.jpg)

>>10476

day 40 Human princess

wasn't able to upload last night because 8ch wouldn't work for me.


 No.11006

File: 50bc8c050217d2e⋯.jpg (195.52 KB, 1000x707, 1000:707, 41.jpg)

>>10476

day 41. Moth princess

Face kinds of reminds me of Chaika.




File: 4b286ebd86f050d⋯.jpg (291.5 KB, 1000x800, 5:4, PT.jpg)

 No.10692[Reply]

A thread for people of all skill levels to dump their works-in-progress and studies

Draw shit. Draw it a lot. Git gud. Maybe

Live Figure Models

http://www.onairvideo.com/photo-archive.html

https://line-of-action.com/

https://www.quickposes.com/en

Random Poses (3D Models)

http://www.posemaniacs.com/

Gesture and Figure Drawing Demonstrations

Glenn Vilppu: https://youtu.be/aOtVUHgJqQk ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0bd0_8onkA

Karl Gnass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw-piPn9d6Q&list=PLUnqAdGfhZZh7y_-tLZkacyShqy8RRpSU ; https://youtu.be/OcHZITz9GM4

Sheldon Borenstein: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q19Y-gZIs9M

3-D Anatomical Models

Some select models from Sketchfab, useful for anatomy and perspective study.

Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.10989

File: c5f130fa8b417be⋯.jpg (170.32 KB, 1080x1920, 9:16, IMG_20181019_113353.jpg)

Going to draw this from another angle, tomorrow.


 No.10991

File: ebc1365040fc18b⋯.gif (1.17 MB, 1440x1920, 3:4, 32 Ill be back 32.gif)


 No.10992

File: 6f58b71fd450bc8⋯.png (1.38 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, c.png)

>>10991

What is this, collage?


 No.10995

File: b27fe1078ffe473⋯.jpg (169.97 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, IMG_20181020_132325.jpg)


 No.11005

File: 3e98e8e6d26a179⋯.jpg (272.78 KB, 1000x707, 1000:707, sdfgzdfad.jpg)

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File: 1471230917753-1.png (483.83 KB, 914x476, 457:238, head egg.png)

 No.3604[Reply]

When drawing the human head, is it better to start with a circle, or with an "egg" shape?

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 No.10955

File: a923e93ead74416⋯.jpg (82.01 KB, 500x639, 500:639, 1487179948723.jpg)

>>3604

Whichever method gives you better results.


 No.10964

>not starting with a half asterisk like an spastic


 No.10994

I work as a caricaturist at a theme park. If I have to choose I go egg shape but sometimes we don't even start with the outer shape and start from the facial features and build outward. REALLY fucking strange process but when you get used to it oddly enough it makes drawing normally again so much less work.


 No.11002

>>10994

There's a book on caricature from one of the MAD magazine artists that's really good. It made me want to be a caricature artist myself but I don't think I have the balls


 No.11004

Nothing of both. Especially when you're a beginner. Don't ever think in circles or egg-ish shapes. Build forms like spheres! The head is no circle. Even if you start to draw or paint the head, construct a sphere, not what you think, where the central line, ear line etc. could be.

For me the best method is the one I learned from Sinix. (Just search on Youtube) This way you draw or paint a bent piece of paper, wrapped around the head




File: cde407217111a5b⋯.jpg (540.73 KB, 1250x1000, 5:4, DT7OP.jpg)

 No.10455[Reply]

Lucky Numbers edition

old thread: >>8908

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 No.10879

File: 75c3c48e95a2ac5⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 43.85 KB, 353x581, 353:581, CheetahGirl (LineArt) 10-1….png)

File: 1272fc4073fb966⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 133.46 KB, 667x586, 667:586, comparison.png)

File: cdc6d9691e8d29d⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 87.97 KB, 374x583, 34:53, New model.png)

>>10827

Here is the finished LineArt. I'll see what clothes draw to her :)

I'm with the idea of creating another similar character, but slightly shorter in stature.

>>10831

>I do feel there might be something wrong with the deltoid area as well but it's hard to describe.

I try to mark the muscles of the arms to practice a bit on the anatomy. I can try to simplify and draw her arms in a simpler way if it looks bad. After all, it is more of a caricature than a 100% real model anatomically.

> Also, that line you have where the bottom of the ribcage or lat or whatever gets overlapped by the contour line of the bicep and brachioradialus is technically a tangent I believe

That is a guide line. Do you speak of the line that runs through her back? If so, the line in question is only a guide that indicates the back of the chest box


 No.10901

File: 385675f4d6b6126⋯.png (501.06 KB, 1976x1112, 247:139, max scrap 9.png)

File: a10b078c95e752e⋯.png (489.04 KB, 2480x1327, 2480:1327, max scrap 11.png)

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File: d95698a4ed22dd5⋯.png (133.14 KB, 970x589, 970:589, Screenshot from 2018-10-12….png)

Just being bored, and attempting to incorporate what I've learned lately, into some loose sketching. Decided to use some stuff I have older examples of, as material, so I could compare the results.

>>10857

Thank you. I do my best.

>>10856

Sorry it wasn't to your liking, but I should point out that since I was learning as I went along with this, page 30 is still way too early in to quit. The art style is barely coalescing, as is the story, at that point. Keep up with the posts in the thread, and maybe reconsider if the upcoming pages catch your fancy. I at least promise the story gets really moving, real soon.


 No.10920

File: ac465654cbe20ae⋯.jpg (1.25 MB, 2894x4093, 2894:4093, ERGEHALLOWEEN.jpg)

Yeah I got some opinions from friends, but it still feels weird. I regret not learning foreshortening.


 No.10924

>>10920

>I regret not learning foreshortening.

You regret not learning foreshortening YET. It's never late to begin.


 No.11003

File: 3f979312d216dc0⋯.png (647.2 KB, 900x1238, 450:619, page 89 (complete).png)

Page 89

I trust you can deduce what's going on, with Max's past, here.




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 No.5080[Reply]

Eh, /ic has one so let's start one too.

What skill level do I have to be at to start creating my own characters? I want to be at the point where i no longer have to practice the fundamentals constantly and I can improve by making my own things.

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 No.10978


 No.10996

How do I make non-kike noses?

Seems like every nose I make is a hooknose.


 No.10997

File: 38b86dd828bc2ba⋯.png (133.79 KB, 667x669, 667:669, pic.png)

what exercises should I do if I have been drawing for a year and am still at level 1?


 No.10998

>>10997

Doesn't look like level 1 to me. Looks like you just need more plain old experience by drawing variety of things without half assing them, you can't draw things quickly for comics if you don't know how to draw them properly to begin with.

>what exercises should I do

I recommend "make a bigger canvas" and "use a different brush". At a proper resolution that's basically a solid 3-4 pixel wide black brush. The room for accuracy and detail disappears with the brush strokes, it's much harder to draw when you don't have the precision and space to properly reason about what you're drawing.


 No.10999

File: dcad6610a2b0132⋯.png (86.61 KB, 691x819, 691:819, goblin.png)

>>10998

well that was just a one off thing before I realized I didn't know what I was doing and backed off

so just draw at this point?

okay




File: 8049f1257004cab⋯.jpg (18.82 KB, 248x382, 124:191, SonichuOriginal.jpg)

 No.10956[Reply]

ITT: we criticise the art of Chris-chan.

It's flat and has no sense of being three-dimensional, the characters are drawn very inconsistently, Chris has visibly not progressed significantly in drawing for over a decade, and you can just tell he has no concept of figure drawing. Strangely he can draw shoes pretty well for someone with no skills in art.

 No.10958

Some people might think, "I know is CWC autistic, but he's drawn for years, surely he should have gotten a little better", but, despite having drawn over decades, I don't think he's practiced a day in his life, thus the time he's spent doing it is very minimal. He's drawn a lot of crap, but it was maybe a couple of times over months. He definitely doesn't draw every day. This is probably the problem with most autistic artists on DA. I'll give him credit in one area though, if I recall right, his composition usually isn't that bad.


 No.10969

He draws more than most people trying to make it


 No.10974

What do we gain from critiquing a shit artist who we've already made fun of for years for artwork and his own brand of cringe?


 No.10990

>>10974

this.

What the fuck is the point of a thread like this? to make you feel less insecure by shitting on a retard who can't draw? go to /lolcow/ if you want to do that.


 No.10993

I think Sonichu is a pretty cool guy. Eh draws lots of comcs and doesn't afraid of anything.




File: ad6bf71743fb6cc⋯.jpg (18.81 KB, 300x300, 1:1, sanic.jpg)

 No.4745[Reply]

So you guys are all really talented and shit, and I wish I could learn from you. The "problem" is that I want to draw in the Annie-Mae and Mango styles. What are some resources for complete retards when it comes to that?

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 No.5618

>>5516

>slice of life

I think you mean moe or school life shit nigga

>>5517

and it's still gay.

>>5593

fuk off, /a/ weeaboo

>>5590

>>5586

>>5590

No fuk u slayer was an ok show that's still better then weeb shit today


 No.5633

File: 5c04de6159a6126⋯.jpg (28.17 KB, 500x280, 25:14, weebshits.jpg)

>>5618

Slayers is weebshit that is somehow more repetitive than InuYasha.


 No.10981

>>4745

Learn to draw from observation, then learn cartooning, and then draw in an anime/manga style.


 No.10982

>>5244

>> If you have a problem with child porn you are the problem

Just stop.


 No.10986

>>10982

I can't wait to draw little girls getting fucked TBH.




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 No.9855[Reply]

I've heard this statement "Why are you doing it if it just frustrates you?" a lot when I mention my feeling toward drawing. Especially to some artists. Like a lot of artists describe this feeling of genuine euphoria with drawing and I've never felt this way toward it. I always viewed drawing as very rigid and systematic like I'm lifting weights or doing math.

Does anyone have any thoughts on the subject? I've always thought after I git gud at art and I feel like I can draw anything that my feelings of anxiety while drawing would go away. Which is the main reason I'm doing it to begin with. So I can create things I can passably consider good, so I don't have to rely on others to draw things for me. But I've read from people that I should be looking for some deeper meaning toward it that I just don't really see.

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 No.10938

>>10931

I'm going to need at LEAST three more months


 No.10948

>>10931

>>10938

He just means the enough liking of implies the speeding up effect of his time appreciation, even if doing enjoyment is a given.


 No.10954

File: c5a9d89d3a7db70⋯.png (42.53 KB, 717x311, 717:311, 45131.png)

>>10931

sorry I was probably drunk when I wrote that

I meant I am trying to get gud for things I want to make porn and porn comics rather then enjoying the act of drawing itself. I don't find the act of drawing enjoyable, but has started to change very slightly.

is what I was trying to get across, I think


 No.10963

>>9855

I think I have disfantasia or whatever that blank eye of the mind is called.

I literally have to do several times the amount of grindwork (which is not that much fun) to be like a real human being.

But I want to draw, so that's my response.


 No.10979

you start to enjoy when you became good.




File: bd2951bce5b6613⋯.png (15.76 KB, 434x244, 217:122, le second chance man.png)

 No.10755[Reply]

If you could tell your younger self a couple of things to help learn art quickly and produce better quality, what would they be?

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 No.10880

File: 52fb45797771892⋯.jpg (33.34 KB, 749x768, 749:768, sndw.jpg)

>>10839

>>10778

These are pretty good.

I'd point myself toward a few art books too.

I spent a long time trying to draw with "How to draw manga" books


 No.10881

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>10880

>I spent a long time trying to draw with "How to draw manga" books

Heh. How many times have people like Chris Heart lead kids astray with their crappy books?


 No.10888

"Circles are your friend you edgelord"


 No.10961

>>10755

> If you could tell your younger self a couple of things to help learn art quickly and produce better quality, what would they be?

If you suck at something, break the thing into its components and practice those first before going back.

If your lines are shakey, don't draw boxes, draw lines until your lines are straight, then your boxes will be straight.


 No.10962

>>10757

Also, this guy is right, too.

(I'm also old.)




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File: d2b25b6ed23c366⋯.mp4 (7.52 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Poor Lil' Proko Boi.mp4)

 No.7812[Reply]

Because we should not have to make new threads or post in draw threads with our fundamental exercises.

Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, do not give up, make someone proud.

RESIZE YOUR IMAGES TO ~1000 PIXELS LONGEST SIDE

Pick a reference image from:

Bargue Drawing Course (https://ia601200.us.archive.org/14/items/C.BargueDrawingCourse/C.%20Bargue%20-%20Drawing%20Course.pdf), Croquis Cafe (http://www.onairvideo.com/photo-archive.html), or images.google.com to find something you want to draw-just make sure to post your picture reference alongside your work

See 4chan /ic/'s unofficial sticky: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uwaXKU7ev6Tw_or__o8ARpUb6r2rCZYJGqwSFV9AD98/edit

and the /loomis/ Resource Hub for more information

Previous Thread: >>5415

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 No.10936

File: a504eb286eb738f⋯.jpg (56.03 KB, 550x425, 22:17, 12027_01X.jpg)

>>10935

Breasts emerge "floating" off the pectoralis which itself inserts into the shoulder girdle, sternum and arm. Saying the breats themselves come from the shoulder is not accurate though lad.


 No.10939

>>10932

I honestly have no idea how that could possibly be happening.


 No.10941

>>10935

>make a gif

but how

I can't animate to save my dick.


 No.10943

>>10941

>install gimp

>paste frames as layers

>rename each layer with the time in parenthesis if you want variable time, e.g. "layer 1 (500ms)"

>ctr+shift+e to export

>rename image to whatever.gif

>click save as animated

>choose default time for layers without specified time

>???

>profit


 No.10959

>>10943

Jesus, that's terribly convoluted. Just use krita or something.




File: 70238a9cde9f9c1⋯.jpg (1.38 MB, 2000x2000, 1:1, WeeklyTheme2_OP.jpg)

 No.10037[Reply]

-See weekly theme.

-Draw. It doesn’t matter what, or how, as long as it’s related to the theme.

-Post.

-Repeat next week.

Old thread: >>6209

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 No.10917

File: 8fca6902ffb8f0b⋯.png (128.68 KB, 500x500, 1:1, ghst.png)

File: c305fb73a0d00fc⋯.png (115 KB, 500x500, 1:1, ww.png)

Late ghost and an attempt at a werewolf


 No.10925

File: d44f1b8aa8c6f5d⋯.png (326.42 KB, 750x750, 1:1, werewolf.png)

_bork_

>>10917

Slimer's fallen on hard times since the Eighties.

>>10899

>does anyone actually like werewolves

If image search results are any indication, it's mostly gay men and women with domination fantasies who are into werewolves. inb4 that's all women to some extent I know

>>10914

Which proportions look odd to you? What were you going for?


 No.10927

>>10925

>that tail wag

Nice.

>Which proportions look odd to you?

I was going for a sort of realistic proportions, so everything except the ribcage, I guess. The head looks kind of big, though if I make it a millimeter smaller it looks too small. Then there's the arm stub and the belly area, both of which look kind of small for me.


 No.10940

File: fb1e696444770cc⋯.png (259.35 KB, 600x600, 1:1, week47.png)

Next theme:

SKELETON

21st of OCTOBER


 No.10957

File: 07ad4b61a42f5ac⋯.png (135.99 KB, 1296x864, 3:2, wulf_line.png)

>>10927

The head/rib-cage ratio looks good to me for a petite woman. The jawline is high, giving her a round face, which works here for cute points, but if you were trying to make the head smaller (to make the body bigger), more chin and face below the base circle of the skull would be needed.

What was really throwing you off I think, was the tiny shoulders and the arm stub. The redline I did more for myself to see what was off, so I didn't try to change the proportions. The only major adjustments were the shoulders and bringing the waist in at the back to accentuate the butt & hips.




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 No.1487[Reply]

Things like these shouldn't make me mad, but they do.

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 No.10700

>>10699

Perhaps he realized he was punching above his weight. It's easy for even a journeyman artist to "find flaws" in someone else's work, it's much more difficult to correct them yourself. That's why when I critique someone I stick to things I'm certain of like "oh the arm is a bit too long" and things of that sort that are purely academic in nature. If I'm not sure of something I might tell someone it looks off and do my best to articulate why I'm getting that impression but I won't get caught riding dirty and saying that I could totally do better or "fix it" myself.


 No.10794

File: f7eb6f69e994b78⋯.jpeg (367.43 KB, 700x1100, 7:11, 3bc6b9a4ecedf14ad7626c2f4….jpeg)

It's demotivating when drawings with ridiculous anatomy manage to look more professional and "finished" than anything i'm able to do.


 No.10795

>>10794

Just try and deconstruct the parts of them you like. Look for how they use hard edged brushes and soft ones.


 No.10803

>>10794

You're just being tricked by rendering techniques.


 No.10946

File: a923e93ead74416⋯.jpg (82.01 KB, 500x639, 500:639, 1487179948723.jpg)

>>1816

Your penis grew taste buds.




File: 5ea6bee35451291⋯.jpg (29.94 KB, 500x300, 5:3, designdoll_384231_full.jpg)

 No.10737[Reply]

Does anyone here have a torrent or crack for DesignDoll or any other alternatives? Looking around for references is fine, but for more extreme poses i'd like to have something i can control.

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 No.10781

>>10738

If it's just 60 bucks, you should be able to get it if you're serious enough to want it, yeah.


 No.10782

>>10781

>>10738

The question is if anyone has a crack or a free alternative.Not if you think if it's a fair price or if it's worth it. If someone was willing to spend money on it, he would have done so to begin with.


 No.10836

>>10782

Just get the Skelly app, at that point. It's six bucks or something, and it's a good "quick and dirty" pose thing. Obviously nowhere near as in depth as DesignDoll, but it's still an anatomically correct skeleton, that can generally be posed into any pose you can think of.


 No.10907

>>10737

Learning how to pose DAZ3D models isn't ridiculously hard.


 No.10942

>>10737

>>/fs/10162




File: b21aedc4dbb9416⋯.png (129.31 KB, 298x200, 149:100, wif.png)

File: d08e5f32146a7c4⋯.webm (6.46 MB, 1096x754, 548:377, riw.webm)

 No.10921[Reply]

Someone in /a/ was struggling to fit a reference image onto their screen because the resolution was so small, so I thought it would be cool if you could put an image onto the screen somehow.

And then I decided to procrastinate on drawing by making this little program instead. Webm is more or less self explanatory.

Download is here: https://tsun.itch.io/reference-image-window

Windows only because there's a lot of things I have to do manually with the operating system's functions and I can't bother to learn it all in Linux.

Let me know if you have problems/crashes. Or delete this thread if it's not appropriate here, I guess.

 No.10922

Will try it when I get home, thanks lad




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