• 2D Digital Art chat thread
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[img]https://68.media.tumblr.com/ec779d9266e862125149291828ad056d/tumblr_otxwajJbl81wv8vueo1_540.png[/img] i made a thing, opinions on this??? also rikimaru6811 dont worry, aniem's fine by me, just cool it on the catgirl ass
It was just a one-time thing because someone on 4chan requested it. It's gonna be a long long time before I draw something like that again. :v: [QUOTE=ti;52524492][img]https://68.media.tumblr.com/ec779d9266e862125149291828ad056d/tumblr_otxwajJbl81wv8vueo1_540.png[/img] i made a thing, opinions on this???[/QUOTE] I demand more.
why is painting so difficult someone kill me please [t]https://orig07.deviantart.net/fa1f/f/2017/212/7/b/why_is_painting_portraits_so_difficult_pls_kill_me_by_rikimaru6811-dbibl70.png[/t]
[QUOTE=Smeetin;52524436]I argue with myself before posting anything I care about. In the end, I always post it because I know that if it is actually good then it will stand up and if it gets critique then i can make it better. I find that most of the time, my aversion to critique is because I sub-consciously know what is wrong with something, but I don't want to have to change it. Once I get over that, and make the change, it is almost always better. You also have to decide whether you are making something for yourself or for others kind of like what biscuit boy said. If it is for yourself then revel in the freedom to make something knowingly flaud and the ability to hear criticism without the obligation to apply it. It can be a very good learning experience to purposefully push the limits and test out what mistakes emerge where.[/QUOTE] receiving praise or criticism has the standard requirement of anyone making the effort in the first place
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/b1aig1M.png[/IMG] Well, hopefully exposure therapy works for me.
[QUOTE=rikimaru6811;52525050]why is painting so difficult someone kill me please [t]https://orig07.deviantart.net/fa1f/f/2017/212/7/b/why_is_painting_portraits_so_difficult_pls_kill_me_by_rikimaru6811-dbibl70.png[/t][/QUOTE] that guy reminds me of stanley from time commando [img]http://www.videoshock.es/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/TimeCommando_MSDOS_30.png[/img] 1996 cg was the best [editline]31st July 2017[/editline] [QUOTE=rikimaru6811;52524615]It was just a one-time thing because someone on 4chan requested it. It's gonna be a long long time before I draw something like that again. :v: [/QUOTE] i'll have u know the anime ass drawing business is boomin right now fella gotta get the cash gotta get the gold
He is correct that anime ass is very lucrative. I just like this thread to be something I could check on my phone or at work without fear of someone seeing a big ole anime ass over my shoulder.
[QUOTE=Biscuit-Boy;52525858]He is correct that anime ass is very lucrative. I just like this thread to be something I could check on my phone or at work without fear of someone seeing a big ole anime ass over my shoulder.[/QUOTE] yeah but how are you gonna let them know you're a man of taste otherwise?
[QUOTE=Jericho_Rus;52525641] gotta get the cash gotta get the gold[/QUOTE] Booty for a price? Just say so. If it means drawin' more then I won't say no.
went back to Andrew Loomis to get some tips on female faces. Man, these are hard, can't quite draw the jaws and subtle cheeks. This is me assuming getting the proportions right, which is not true for this drawing :v: [t]https://orig03.deviantart.net/7f4f/f/2017/214/b/c/faces_practice_from_andrew_loomis_book_by_rikimaru6811-dbik73o.png[/t]
first one looks the best even if she's a bit cross eyed
[QUOTE=rikimaru6811;52531429]went back to Andrew Loomis to get some tips on female faces. Man, these are hard, can't quite draw the jaws and subtle cheeks. This is me assuming getting the proportions right, which is not true for this drawing :v: [t]https://orig03.deviantart.net/7f4f/f/2017/214/b/c/faces_practice_from_andrew_loomis_book_by_rikimaru6811-dbik73o.png[/t][/QUOTE] I always say, if you can't draw something do 100 of them.
I am in the process of creating a PS edit for my facebook page, and i wanted some honest feedback on it. The end product is supposed to have hundreds more crosses floating into the air (maybe even subtly animated) but i don't know if what i already made is good enough. The idea is for it to look as realistic as possible. [t]http://i.imgur.com/kfhLep4.png[/t] I feel like i did a much better job on the crosses at the right side, but i can't quite put a finger on whats wrong with the rest.
one of the crosses on the top left looks weirdly blurry for its size and presumed distance from the viewpoint. the three lined up beneath it also look weird together like that, they stand out in a bad way. besides that they seem very natural to me
[QUOTE=Bynine;52543485]one of the crosses on the top left looks weirdly blurry for its size and presumed distance from the viewpoint. the three lined up beneath it also look weird together like that, they stand out in a bad way. besides that they seem very natural to me[/QUOTE] I see. I did add blurryness to them to try and make it all feel more natural, but i may have gone a bit too far. When you talk about 3 lined crosses, do you mean the ones of the ground level or the flying ones? Thanks for the feedback!
I am new to Facepunch sorry [IMG]https://my.mixtape.moe/ocjqwd.png[/IMG]
some radio towers in the valley [img]https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/305308797465788427/344523590018007040/The_Tower.png[/img]
Hey, I hope this sorta post isn't frowned upon, but a friend of mine does some really nice stuff. [url=http://imgur.com/a/Z5DVU]a little album of some of her works[/url] [url=https://sissi-art.tumblr.com/]her art blog here[/url]
[IMG]http://68.media.tumblr.com/b786cea07ba26b34c5a62ba3b5e7a830/tumblr_ouhoez6tr71shcayho1_1280.jpg[/IMG] yo they conscripted me into da armed forces but I still somehow manage to draw
[QUOTE=Forever_Forum;52559571][IMG]http://68.media.tumblr.com/b786cea07ba26b34c5a62ba3b5e7a830/tumblr_ouhoez6tr71shcayho1_1280.jpg[/IMG] yo they conscripted me into da armed forces but I still somehow manage to draw[/QUOTE] don't die, man
[QUOTE=tomatmann;52551350]some radio towers in the valley [img]https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/305308797465788427/344523590018007040/The_Tower.png[/img][/QUOTE] the mood is pleasing, I am distracted by the following though - the random textured bits on the river, the forcefully odd cloud shapes and the tangent between the tree and the furthest-off tower [QUOTE=Erfly;52558325]Hey, I hope this sorta post isn't frowned upon, but a friend of mine does some really nice stuff. [url=http://imgur.com/a/Z5DVU]a little album of some of her works[/url] [url=https://sissi-art.tumblr.com/]her art blog here[/url][/QUOTE] I don't frown upon it but it's rather pointless as far as I can see, there aren't enough people here for her to get followers from the plug and nobody's likely to say anything about the art because she isn't on the forum to participate ed. page king, alright alright [img]https://i.gyazo.com/259585be3e10c8282d52daf0e261676a.png[/img] [img]https://i.gyazo.com/037cb8568ffa0ca600f3a47d4bdfd997.png[/img]
[QUOTE=MakoSkyDub;52563683]-zelda pics-[/QUOTE] ugh god these look fantastic! i wasn't huge on the zelda drawing you posted a while back but this follow up is incredible, love the detail and the way you did the colors
[img]https://cdnb.artstation.com/p/assets/images/images/006/964/007/large/eirill-b-dragland-sleepy.jpg?1502632355[/img] I've been doing some environments but they're p bad
I want that shirt.
is anyone here good with photoshop? Is there a way to make a semi-transparent brush that doesn't multiply/get darker if you draw over the same spot? I can achieve the desired effect if I made a 50% transparent layer but if I want multiple shades then I need to make a new layer for each... example: [img]http://puu.sh/x9GfW/715e0f052c.jpg[/img] each is set to 50% opacity also is there a way you can "hide" select areas of a layer? Such as if you've drawn some construction but want to draw over it without erasing the construction you've done. Currently what I do is create a "fill" layer which is the same color as the background as a new layer over the construction layer but it requires micromanaging the layers which can be a pain. I can draw an example if that's hard to understand.
You should paint the value you want then colour pick it, it's the correct method.
[QUOTE=ashxu;52571175]is anyone here good with photoshop? Is there a way to make a semi-transparent brush that doesn't multiply/get darker if you draw over the same spot? I can achieve the desired effect if I made a 50% transparent layer but if I want multiple shades then I need to make a new layer for each... example: [img]http://puu.sh/x9GfW/715e0f052c.jpg[/img] each is set to 50% opacity also is there a way you can "hide" select areas of a layer? Such as if you've drawn some construction but want to draw over it without erasing the construction you've done. Currently what I do is create a "fill" layer which is the same color as the background as a new layer over the construction layer but it requires micromanaging the layers which can be a pain. I can draw an example if that's hard to understand.[/QUOTE] on the brush question you ought to be using your flow slider as opposed to the opacity slider, depending on your brush it's good to experiment with the flow from 100% all the way down to 1%, but as a general rule the opacity should stay at 100% if you don't want the ugly effect you have demonstrated above on your other question, this is the button to apply a mask [img]https://i.gyazo.com/cc4650a6c6d340e42b03b3ff1cd9aad4.png[/img] you can make a selection of what you want to hide or what you want solely to stay visible, and then click that to mask the layer. you can also just click it to get a clean mask (everything visible) and then paint or lasso or edit as you like to hide or reveal parts (it also allows for opacity) a masked layer looks like this [img]https://i.gyazo.com/8f8eb8c1193bd721f5da52ab43de3535.png[/img] the way it works is as follows - opacity is dictated on the mask by value. White is 100% opaque, black is 0%, and you have everything in between. you can only paint in greyscale on the mask naturally. [img]https://i.gyazo.com/62bcbd259cf1354572503211afa84a70.png[/img] [img]https://i.gyazo.com/081a7afb0958c6961bd0e3adb1660715.png[/img] the mask looks like this now [img]https://i.gyazo.com/409b2b61ec35c954d8dd679ce4452dab.png[/img] to switch the mask off, shift-click on it. right click it to delete it - you can also "apply" it, which means the cut off bits will be baked in and your layer will be just a layer again. it's a little bit unintuitive but pretty straightforward
[QUOTE=MakoSkyDub;52571447]on the brush question you ought to be using your flow slider as opposed to the opacity slider, depending on your brush it's good to experiment with the flow from 100% all the way down to 1%, but as a general rule the opacity should stay at 100% if you don't want the ugly effect you have demonstrated above on your other question, this is the button to apply a mask you can make a selection of what you want to hide or what you want solely to stay visible, and then click that to mask the layer. you can also just click it to get a clean mask (everything visible) and then paint or lasso or edit as you like to hide or reveal parts (it also allows for opacity) a masked layer looks like this the way it works is as follows - opacity is dictated on the mask by value. White is 100% opaque, black is 0%, and you have everything in between. you can only paint in greyscale on the mask naturally. the mask looks like this now to switch the mask off, shift-click on it. right click it to delete it - you can also "apply" it, which means the cut off bits will be baked in and your layer will be just a layer again. it's a little bit unintuitive but pretty straightforward[/QUOTE] that's actually exactly what i was looking for, thanks. Every one else I asked just told me to do what I was already doing (Using the background color to fill in the "hidden parts") as for the brush thing, I'm just using some hard round brush that i downloaded off of ctrlpaint.net and if i turn the flow down all it really does is make the opacity lower while making the brush more fuzzy/blurry. It still has the same issue though in that if you draw over the same spot it makes it darker. [QUOTE=Peon Greenjoy;52571293]You should paint the value you want then colour pick it, it's the correct method.[/QUOTE] i guess now that i think about it you have a good point but i also realize what i'm essentially asking is a way to manually tint things with the brush. The advantage being you can just brush over a large variety of different colors at once instead of having to manually pick a color. For example being able to pick black then draw over an entire area to make it darker or tinting an area red etc.
[img]http://i.imgur.com/XjOWPdu.png[/img] [img]http://i.imgur.com/c2qFVBl.png[/img] commission and trash
[img]https://pre09.deviantart.net/f3a9/th/pre/i/2017/227/a/6/bunnies_by_milksprain-dbk5wbt.jpg[/img] Buns feat. pirate
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