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5133037 No.5133037 [Reply] [Original]

Do you use an iPad to create wonderful masterpieces of art? Or even just use your iPad to doodle? Do you have a brush hoarding disorder? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then you're in the right thread!

Use this thread to discuss iPad art apps like Procreate, ArtStudio Pro, and other apps, as well as the iPad itself and related subjects.

Previously >>5099841

The last thread either died prematurely, or interest is waning.

>Procreate Brushes

>Photoshop Brushes (can be used in ArtStudio Pro)

>Clip Studio Paint Brushes

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>> No.5137104
Quoted By: >>5137583

Thank you dude!

Does anyone have the Nikolai Lockertsen brushes that got uploaded a little while ago? I missed them before they expired.

>> No.5137180
Quoted By: >>5137591

Does anyone have any of these by RetroSupply? I have their Mid-Century Brush Pack but not these.

The Mid-Century Liner Brush Pack for Procreate
The Mid-Century Dry Brush Pack for Procreate
The Mid-Century Texture Brush Pack for Procreate

>> No.5137583

I just uploaded all the Nikolai Lockertsen brushes I have to the Mega. The Bleed, Eggs and Greens brushsets are in there.

There are some duplicates of some of his older brushes, which I think are a result of him either making some alterations or maybe re-saving them in different versions of Procreate. I haven't had a chance to examine them all to see what differences there are, if any.

>> No.5137591
Quoted By: >>5137601

I’m surprised their complete Mid-Century pack hasn’t been shared around yet- maybe in a couple days it might pop up since they had like a random hourish-long 30% off sale Thursday.

>> No.5137601

It's still running now (code IMBACK); tempted to get it myself if I can split the cost with someone

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5132992 No.5132992 [Reply] [Original]

For those of you here who hate western comics and cartoons, show me a western art style that you actually like

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Quoted By: >>5136348

That's not Winsor McCay, that's T.M. Bevans.
Pic is Winsor McCay.

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I don't like most of these Marvel prints. The Elektra one in the OP is a lesser version of a splash page by Sienkiewicz. Moebius is one of my favorites regardless.

>> No.5136348

hehe, im dumb. thanks.

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5132972 No.5132972 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5133867

Ever since I saw this character design,I fell in love with it.
I'm the director in chief of a fashion magazine and I'm constantly looking up on character outfits that would pique my interest.

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>> No.5133648

>Why do people think that just because a male character dresses in an over-the-top fashion,they must be gay?
Unless they're k-pop stars or Dennis Rodman, androgynous men usually prefer the dick over bobs & vagene.

>> No.5133867

Start by simplifying the outfit.Some of the best designs are the simplest ones.Keep the basis but get rid of the excess stuff like the furred poncho on his tunic or the ridiculous wings.
And why two pairs of rings? Make up your mind.It's the hoops or the tassels,not both.
Other than this,I think it looks great.It definitely give off that cunning ,devious and dangerous vibe.

>> No.5133899

garbage anime shit

>> No.5136388
Quoted By: >>5136519

Women seem to judge character designs with their vaginas rather than with their brain.

>> No.5136519

>implying women have brains

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5132936 No.5132936 [Reply] [Original]

No shilling of your own stuff, please. Recs are welcome though. I like wacky perspective pieces, landscape paintings, and coomer stuff with normie appeal. The issue is I can't find anyone decent to follow. If I come across a portfolio I like the twitter account is either dead, or they tweet and re-tweet all the random bullshit under the sun 24/7

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>> No.5134061

If they’re good they wouldn’t be posting here

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followers: 0 following: 0
based and gmi.

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>> No.5134926

How tf I make ppl follow me? Kinda new to this and pretty autistic when it comes to social media. I mostly draw coom shit

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>> No.5133176

welcome to a generic post-soviet country. everything there is like that

>> No.5133447

I wonder if those earth berms on the sides are enough to actually help keep the building warm at all.

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Quoted By: >>5133522


>> No.5133462

OP has shit taste

>> No.5133522

Fuck. That just might be me in the picture since seeing all those billboards just makes me nostalgia SO HARD about Akihabara. Akihabara is dying, though. All the anime themed shops are being overtaken by all these discount stores that cater to Chinese tourists who only wanna buy rice cookers.

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5132908 No.5132908 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5133045 >>5133056

Feels like there's barely anything that inspires me to create stuff anymore. And if there is it's a fleeting feeling only lasting a week tops, followed by a month or more of nothing.

What is it i'm missing? I used to be filled with creativity as a kid. And now as an adult with moderate drawing skill i don't wanna draw anything

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>> No.5133045
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Sounds like depression.

>> No.5133056

What do you expect when all the art that is celebrated is industrially made trash for coomers?

>> No.5133101
Quoted By: >>5133118

>do i need to watch more tv?
God, hell no. Go take a walk outside. Don't listen to music while doing this, just be alone with your thoughts.Something will pop up. If not go take a nice, long shit (NO PHONE). Just be alone with your thoughts for a while doing nothing or doing something really repetitive, like washing the dishes.

>> No.5133118
Quoted By: >>5133125

Can't music inspire you?

>> No.5133125

Yes but the whole point of the repetitive task exercise is to be forced to be alone with your thoughts. When you don't have music or anything to distract you you zone out and start thinking about things you normally wouldn't. You stop worrying about "getting inspired" and just think for a few minutes. Then out of nowhere an interesting thought pops into your head and you go from there.

Also don't fall for the "inspiration" jew. To git gud you have to grind, and 9 out of 10 times you're not going to be "inspired" enough to grind. Just do it anyways.

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5132895 No.5132895 [Reply] [Original]

The general thread for Manga / manga-styled comic-making and Manga-style illustration.

Support each other and talk about your work or the work of others that excites you. Inking, character design, paneling / layout, writing, planning, and other discussions are all welcome.

Post resources, questions, in-progress pages, breakdowns of other works, etc. If a work is not yours, credit the maker (unless it's fucking obvious like a full page of One Piece or something).

Thanks to everyone for making /mmg/ a level-headed and helpful place. Remember, drawing and making comics and manga are difficult endeavors, and we're all in this struggle together.

Previous thread: >>5102019

Some resources:

/asg/, our stylistic sister-thread series >>>/ic/asg

Understanding Comics

Making Comics

Manga in Theory and Practice: The Craft of Creating Manga

Story: Substance, Structure, Style and the Principles of Screenwriting

2000AD Script Book

Habanero Scans: https://www.dailymotion.com/HabaneroScans/videos

Full MANBEN Series link: https://mega.nz/folder/9h1mUYSJ#8sJoO57nMP_JhjnujBXkpQ

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Quoted By: >>5135263

shame they didn't tell us about this contest a few months ago...

>> No.5135263

Which contest?

>> No.5136138
Quoted By: >>5136181

If you’re gonna do an inking/toning study. Then trace the original image, and focus on the linework.

In other words, use a pencil and set the original to low opacity, and trace over it loosely (and I mean loosely, shouldn’t take you more than 1-2mins), then convert your lines to blue or red, set the original next to yours, and start inking, carefully referencing the linework each time you put down a line.

If you’re gonna do a stylization study. Don’t copy original art. For characters, find a reference study of a real human, and find the reference of the style you wanna imitate, and draw the study in the style you wanna make.

For an anatomy/construction study, don’t study off of someone else’s artwork, you won’t learn anything. Find poses specifically made for study, and draw 10-20 sketches while focusing in on your particular weak point. Start out by copying, and then rotate whatever it is you’re studying in 3D space.

If you can’t rotate things in your head yet, then you need to focus more on perspective.

At your current level, I suggest you do no.3 a lot more. It should be part of your daily drawing routine. Like, before you go do “fun stuff” do that first.

>> No.5136181

thank you, this is really good info.

>> No.5136751

by using multiple strokes for long curves

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5132845 No.5132845 [Reply] [Original]

What is Kitsch?

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>> No.5133054

Honestly does every painting have to say something about the meaning of life or human nature ,I enjoy art for the technical reasons like being apealing and not for the deeper story it tells ,just read a book fag

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Quoted By: >>5133240

Not anymore

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>> No.5135372

yes this. Don't mix up kitsch with "bad quality" though. Leyendecker and Frazetta are kitsch because of their intentional mass appeal but they are both worth studying and I enjoy them regardless of the label.

>> No.5136066

found the guy with aphantasia

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5132821 No.5132821 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5135020

Top 1% of artists on Patreon excluding absolute top percentile make around $2.5k a month. That doesn't seem like a lot. Are these artists exclusively on Patreon or do they work freelance as well, and is it simply a way to boost income.

That seems almost unfair, that Patreon is simply a way for already successful and popular artists to make more money without really having to do anything... When a lot of lesser known artists would be able to live off the $3k-ish a month but instead all that money just goes to already successful artists for no particular reason.

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>> No.5134310
Quoted By: >>5134441

Ok poorfag

>> No.5134422
Quoted By: >>5134441

reminder that you are salty and jealous

>> No.5134441

Sucking cock is not my field of expertise, so I'm not jealous
but you can keep coping while you gobble cocks for a living

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Thank you.
See man, there's hope.

>> No.5135020

That's the worst fictitious violin I've seen in my entire life not to mention how she is holding it. That's such a bad way to fuck your art

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5132811 No.5132811 [Reply] [Original]

Mainly 19th century (I believe) oil pieces like this really appeal to me. Just wondering if there's a specific name or any big figures in it. Thanks.

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Quoted By: >>5133375

Victorian sentimentalism

>> No.5133375

All of these are correct.
There are short periods in each European country producing these pictures. In Germany that would be Munich school, in France that exact style would be around 1830s-1850s (romanticism peak years) and so on. Check out Paul Delaroche for French art of this type. Check out his life, his students etc.

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Victorian Cunny

>> No.5133796

It is called portrait painting from 19th century.

With the black collar it means she is a whore, this art is probably influenced by Édouard Manet's olympia.

Dark black ground with what appears to be a naked fat man in the dark.
Caravaggio style.

>> No.5133805

that looks like painter used camera obscura but hey they painted better than me

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5132774 No.5132774 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5135928

I know, the linework is bad, the anatomy is bad, the proportions are bad but the worst thing is the shading and coloring imo.

tf am I doing wrong, any tips or yt tutorials?

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>> No.5133210
Quoted By: >>5133227

>warm yellow/orange
The ref OP's using is sitting in a cold blue lit bathroom.

>> No.5133227

and surprise, surprise, there are still warm colours from what little light there is in the scene.

>> No.5134281

Thank you and I'll do some research on those colour zones.

>> No.5135147

I can't read chickenscratch.

>> No.5135928

Your drawing is not good enough that's one thing, and you're coloring the scene based on what you know, and not what you see (example : you're coloring his face with a default skin color because you think "well, that's what skin looks like" and ignoring values
tl;dr : you're still a beginner, it's normal to be confused, you still have a long way to go, there's no shortcut

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5132653 No.5132653 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]

Are u unlearning art?

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>> No.5133482

>Learning art based on white features and proportions is racist
>Teachers who show how to draw other racial characteristics like Loomis are also racist
We should all stop drawing. Or maybe just him. Whichever is easier.

>> No.5133487

He is the second most annoying artist. The first one is that mentally ill tranny with the comics “Identified Male”

>> No.5133497

Came here to post this.

Good luck, anon. Maybe one day I'll even see you as human.

>> No.5133501

Why waste time thinking about people you hate? Go draw

>> No.5133863

>uses a white artstyle
guess we won in the longrun lmao

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5132515 No.5132515 [Reply] [Original]

Fun fact there was some tribe and some guy did an experiment and showed them a ring of 10 different greens and one blue, they couldn’t see the blue one. But on a ring of 11 different greens they can easily pick the odd one out. They have more words for green than we have and therefore perceive it differently. Try it yourself, can you see which one is the odd one? Decide then click through


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5132435 No.5132435 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5133820 >>5135408

Hey guys i drew something and im pretty damn proud of it. Opinions?

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>> No.5133820

I like it but the fire's light should be bouncing off everything but still, nice.

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A thread died for this.

Alas, a noble sacrifice. I like it anon, now do Sub-Zero.

>> No.5134864

Thanks guys... Ive had some shitty days and this made it worth it...

>> No.5135408

nice art

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okay that's just so freakin cool and badass.......

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5132379 No.5132379 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5132631 >>5132641

am i the only one who doesn't understand why people believe fuchsia and pink are the same color?
like, is there some historical reason behind this common mistake people make?
i though everybody knew pink is what you get when you mix white with red, but apparently we shifted into a world where nobody knows this?
the reason i ask is because i'm working on an animated series and wanted to make a joke related to this common mistake, but in order to make this joke work i first have to learn how the brains of simpletons work..

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>> No.5132631

A thread died for this.

>> No.5132641

The same reason people call cyan blue.

>> No.5132812
Quoted By: >>5132985 >>5132997

Is no one going to mention the lavender.........

>> No.5132985

I noticed it too, but I didn't feel like fussing about it.

>> No.5132997

it's mentioned in pic related

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5132320 No.5132320 [Reply] [Original]

How good is this book really? Is it a meme to make you waste time or will you get amazingly good with it like the people who went through it says?

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>> No.5136146


I don't understand why you think the point of drawing accurately is to just draw accurately, it's to learn to see & fix your mistakes.

The point of figure drawing, learning perspective, doing still lifes, w.e is not to do those things for the rest of your life, they help you understand those basic principles so you can draw what you want. The point of walking isn't to walk for the rest of your life, the point of reading the hungry caterpillar isn't to read the hungry caterpillar for the rest of your life, and if you're an athlete the point of working out isn't to get buff, it's so you can perform better in your sport.

When you're doing observational drawing, you're learning about light, anatomy, color all these things, when the end goal might really be to draw for example dragons and barbarians realistically from imagination, not to draw from life accurately. You don't just draw dragons and barbarians from imagination, so you work on your fundies, and bargue helps improve your ability to study each fundemental by teaching you to draw/paint what you see properly. If you can't draw what you see you can't draw it any better from imagination.

>> No.5137520 [DELETED]

It doesn't require sight size. You can do it with comparative measurement. Watts Atelier starts out with basically bargue plates in the drawing fundamentals part and uses comparative measurement.
The fact that you think it requires sight size makes me think you are a hoarder who never draws.

>> No.5137577
Quoted By: >>5137611

Are these worth doing if I just eyeball it? I'm too lazy for using the method and don't hace the materials.

>> No.5137611

Yes, even if you do it with comparative measurement.

>> No.5137796

For a /beg/ who mostly wants to draw from life, is a good regimen for practicing just copying Bargue using comparative measurement (instead of sight-size) as well as doing still lifes? People on this board always say to focus on a skill you want to learn, but until you can copy the forms that your eye sees accurately, preserving the correct proportions and relationships, I don't see how you could focus on any other skill without having really big structural problems in all of your drawings. Is Bargue and still-lifes the way to go until you can train your eye enough/rack up enough mileage to concentrate on other fundies?

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5132290 No.5132290 [Reply] [Original]

Does anyone have this guy's course?

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5132255 No.5132255 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5134597 >>5137074

>are you the "cool" type with tattoos and piercing acting all edgy
>or are you the "chill" artiste sitting at the cafe with a book
>the "slutty" bimbo drawing naked and posting on onlyfans
>the "beg entrepreneur" fully engrossing themselves in the social media game despite being beg
>the "shy"-kun getting sweaty palms from any comment or social interaction
>the "teacher" recycling gallons of information and thinning it out to your followers
>the "burglar" stealing art and pretending like it's your own
>the "scammer" tracing, plagiarizing, and pretending to be an artist
>the "friendly neighborhood pal" coating misinformation into a thin layer of helpful feedback
>the "elitist" treating everyone like shit and pretending to be the don artiste while actually semi-beg
>the "privileged" pronoun faggin tumblr nose twitter lgbtq
>the "yt streamer" sitting there drawing for 3 viewers instead of gaming
>the "quirky humor" ha ha I draw funny comics
>the "fag" obnoxious netizen who instead of drawing shitposts on various internet platforms

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>> No.5134597

>the "elitist" treating everyone like shit and pretending to be the don artiste while actually semi-beg

This is me.

>> No.5134749

>strange feeling of immense peace and acceptance
I know this feeling

thank you it's been very difficult

I'm translating it to english faggot

>> No.5136747

how many of you actually fucking draw in cafe's

>> No.5137074

that gook's face is literally made out of porcelain lmao

>> No.5137076

>the "yt streamer" sitting there drawing for 3 viewers instead of gaming

why the fuck would i be gaming

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5132254 No.5132254 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5132584

>Eastern art

>Western art

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>> No.5132572

Based. Anime is kitsch for cumbrain retards in general. Only a small percentage of anime is good.

>> No.5132574

God you’re so desperate for our approval

>> No.5132584

A single line of vilppu has more soul than that unimaginative anime pic you posted

>> No.5132672

just draw faggot

>> No.5132677

Great, another Vilppu bait thread.

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5132191 No.5132191 [Reply] [Original]

For those of you here who hate anime, show me an anime style work that you actually like

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>> No.5137260

You dare challenge /ic/...

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>see how it turns out
not too bad i guess

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would you?

>> No.5137335

You've done it, you've perfected the anime style

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5132109 No.5132109 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>5133458

I think it's finally time to answer the age old question. Why is no one here good?

>i'll be good in a few years
>when they get good they leave this board

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>> No.5133451
Quoted By: >>5133483

stopped reading there

>> No.5133458

Diminishing returns. As you get better you gain less and less from posting here. Something needs to come around, if not critique, then a pleasant community, or praise, or meeting good people. You get none of these, just a bunch of zoomer assholes posting disgusting shit. The only people who have something to gain from posting here are those who draw porn because they get patreon buxx off of it.
>there are plenty of social media artists that normies love that said they've lurked here before
like 14 years ago

>> No.5133475
Quoted By: >>5133480

no idea why youd enter this thread looking for genuine critique, this is a designated crab thread
if you ask me youre already far beyond the caliber of the average /ic/uck

>> No.5133480

just thought I'd make an attempt to wrangle this thread out of the shitpost-infested septic tank it's submerged in.
don't worry I'm not wasting any real time on it.

>> No.5133483

m8 I didn’t condone or condemn it, it’s just a fact. The things I said are all things that drive away most people. when the only acceptable thing is white straight man it’s a significant minority of the population, then just the artists is an even smaller niche, then the once’s who tolerate the other bullshit is a tiny number of people. And a tiny number of people get actually good to start with out of the entire population. Why on earth would the remaining people want to be here?

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>> No.5132067

Did you mean to post this in >>>/aco/?

>> No.5132069
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please go back to tumblr / dA

>> No.5132077

you need to be 18 to post on there.

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How to Draw a Tiny American Flag
How to Draw an Ear
Is he on point?

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>> No.5132016

he needs to make a tut on how to draw his fetishised version of trump

>> No.5132017
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That trick really is nifty
thank you, ben!

>> No.5132028

To own libtards

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