They maybe human photocopying machines but from what I hear, many of these painters were trained as artists but there apparently is no market for original paintings it seems for them(guess they haven't discovered the wonders of patreon)
It's because Chinese people don't have souls, so they can only copy.
rua is an exception, really. china is known for copying\stealing. seriously, check out their movies. it's all the same shit with some notable exceptions. when america makes movies they do it about whatever. china makes movies that literally say "and that's why capitalism is evil, folks!" say whatever you fags want but culture matters a lot
There's a difference between mainland china and Hong Kong.
Many Hollywood directors like the Wachowskiis and Quentin Tarantino borrowed a lot from Hong Kong cinema, especially from John Woo's Die Xue Shuang Xiong (The Killer in the US) and Jackie Chan films.
>he painted the Mona Lisa smoking a joint
5'10 is the average male height.
/fit/ is retarded and doesn't get it because they're manlets themselves, but when you're over 7' tall you realize the hard way our world is made for the 5'8"-6'0" male.
Why would them? Manlet shoes fit them because they're manlet+. They don't need to pay more for airplane seats where they actually fit, don't need to replace the plumbing in their house because the shitter and shower are too little or too low, don't need to get all their clothes tailor-made unless they like basketball american fashion, and they fit through doors.
/fit/ ridicilously overvalues being a couple figurines taller than the average guy.
he said he expected /ic/ to be unable to distinguish between human photocopiers and artists who design their own images from original concepts, but he didn't expect the thread to derail into racism (ching chong robot artist culture thieves)
One of us should go there for like a year, learn to do master studies quickly and then come back with the capability to learn super fast and dominate the illustration/concept art market.
What could possibly go wrong?
you really don't think so? I'd imagine if you asked around enough you could find a grunt job and then work your way up provided you knew some chinese. I wonder if anyone's ever done that
Yeah, I was actually thinking the same thing.
>until I saw the forehead
>> where tf is the forehead supposed to be?
>>> Oh, I guess his eyebrows took it.
Pretty impressive regardless.