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Oekaki is back!!!
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Posting works again.

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 No.5025[Reply]

computering


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 No.4853[Reply]

Let's have a watercolour thread boys
post your works
as you can see beginners welcome
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 No.4962

>>4961
ah thank you

 No.4986

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heres the only one i considered finished

 No.4999

Hmmm…

 No.5007

>>4853
Which digital software should I use to imitate watercolor?

 No.5021

>>4986
Nine months late but that's pretty nice



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 No.4856[Reply]

Do you know how to find art like this?.. It's very hard to describe with words what I mean by the "art like this" but once you see it you understand that this is it, this is "art like this".
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 No.5000

>It's very hard to describe with words what I mean by the "art like this" but once you see it you understand that this is it, this is "art like this".
To start, you could try the word ``surreal. In my experience, ``ineffable has always been an expression of intellectual lethargy. If one attemts to understand it, eventually, one shall.

 No.5001

(Looks like the close-doublequote of an elegant style is mangled by the typesetter)

 No.5012

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 No.1357[Reply]

Pretty please?

I don't think I'd look all that different as a dude.
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 No.4980

ね?nえwふぁgU hEREDONTKNOWHOW tお reply single post uto. 4979???#

 No.4981

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Same shit, shorter hair.

 No.4982

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Damn, we should bring these threads back, drawing and filling out charts and shit. Thanks >>4979 for bumping you dumb faggot. I reckon I would look something like this. I'm probably feminine enough to pull it off IRL, if I could just get my hair to grow that long.

 No.4983

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I did a long, long time ago.

 No.4985

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My biggest fear when I was a teen was if I cut my long hair people would confuse me for a young boy.



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 No.4952[Reply]

Is this chan dead?

 No.4953

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yes



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 No.4951[Reply]

coolda


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 No.4562[Reply]

Hello, I'm pretty new to pixel art, I've done sprites but that's basically it. I attempted a bust, I want to go for a PC98 type of pixel-ing, so the colors are according and I "tried"

Any constructive criticism to help me improve would be much appreciated. I am working on a game currently but not of this style, but in the future once my pixels have improved I would love to try my hand at a different style of game

 No.4563

The eye placement seems a little off, but since I can't describe what exactly is wrong, feel free to disregard me.

That aside, so far so good.

 No.4945

>>4562
Are you still around? Would like to see how you've progressed.



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 No.4153[Reply]

New art thread. Maybe this'll last almost 4 years like the last one?
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 No.4598

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3rd pic is and old pic I painted over >>4360

 No.4675

Are you still around? I remember commenting on the old thread, but it's been some time.

Love the landscapes in >>4334

 No.4939

>>4153
Your art really reminds me of Gaia Online and it's making me nostalgic. I love it.

 No.4944

>>4599
Fuck yes, Rule of Rose is one of my favorite. Your art is really awesome, keep it up!



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 No.4921[Reply]

Did a fan art of madotsuki being chased by a toriningen .

 No.4922

Looks good, your style reminds me a lot of the original Dragon Ball. Just a heads up, when you post here you generally shouldn't fill in the name or email fields.

 No.4923

>>4922
Wasn't it that using a name was okay for someone producing OC?

 No.4924

>>4923
Not when OP is new to imageboards and uses real nicks or mails.



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 No.4623[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I've been struggling to get back into art lately. Finding the motivation to stay committed to it has been difficult in the past. I even put off making this thread. By having other people be aware of whether I am actually putting in effort or not, I hope that I can stay motivated. Any and all feedback is very welcome.
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 No.4912

>>4848
These jade statues are tough choices for reference, because the material has a smooth surface, requiring a lot of gradients, while they also have these fine ink shadings, influencing tones and perception of shape.

I would recommend to use different materials, like charcoal or pencil for the actual statue and ink or a fine pen for the details, as if you would carve the object out of the blank sheet and then paint it, just like the original artist. This way you can reduce the thickness of your outlines, setting the darkest tones with shading and clean up the borders of strong contrast. This will make the object almost pop out of the picture.

Another thing I want to advice is the colorization of the background. In drawings it's just normal for the object to end up darker than the reference, as you continue to add shading. With a very dark background however you can enhance the foreground without removing anything well-done. Again charcoal or a soft pencil like 4B and up is ideal for that. Ink and pen can be used, but can even be too dark for the object in the foreground, creating an unsettling impression of undertow.

>>4911
With charcoal better double the size of your picture and avoid smudging for gradients unless you are really experienced or choose to use it like paint and smudge the whole picture. See these bright dots in the center? They remain in every part when you draw with charcoal on paper or canvas, but disappear in the areas you smudged. One can utilize this to create blurry backgrounds or contrasts of roughness for example, but otherwise it distorts the impression of the surface on a single object.

 No.4913

>>4912
So what you're saying is I should use a fine pen for the inner lines and make the background darker?

Also, I didn't intentionally smudge the 2nd picture, I put charcoal over a layer of of white charcoal and then went back and forth between black and white charcoal.

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>>4913
Use a fine pen for details you want a focus on and to smooth out borders of high contrast. Pencil and charcoal apply color like a very dense spray. The higher the pressure, the more material sticks to the ground. Since the tip of either tool is usually rounded from use in differing angles, you end up with a tight double sided gradient with the darkest part in the middle instead of a line, making it hard to create strong contrasts. Borders look soft or dirty.

You can make nice and clean edges just with shading by holding the pencil in a very low angle with the tip pointing right at the border of the bright part. If you add outlines with a pen or ink, make sure the dark part next to it is just as pitch-black as the outline, otherwise you get that comic effect.

I edited pic 1 digitally, but you can do this just as well by hand.
ball1 = original
ball2 = fat black outline
ball3 = added shading of background
ball4 = increased background shading, so the outline vanishes and removed outline from bright part
ball5 = all changes

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 No.4916

>>4914
The original artist already did, what I meant with coloring the background. The brighter and more outstanding the object in the foreground is, the darker should be the background behind it. I just wanted to highlight the outline problem. ball2 looks kinda awkward, but by approximating the shading behind one gets this clean shape. If you do this by hand, the effect will be even stronger, because you don't lose the texture of the paper, yet the outlined border will be dense enough to break the naturally underlying pattern.



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