2) Using your other hand, push your pinky up to where your first pointer finger crease is.
3) Curl your other three fingers around the pinky as you simultaneously remove the pushing hand.
4) Enjoy a full range of thumb mobility !
Helps me preserve my wrists and what not; obviously stop if you are in searing pain/ something doesn't feel quite right.
In b4 Trolling obviously that is my hand in the picture and I can say my pinkies are fine.
Hey so I have a question. I was over at Ctrl Paint and the videos on gesture drawing and major masses. Very helpful but there is something I am not grasping right now. Why is it helpful to think of the pelvis as this kind of slanted box? Having trouble parsing it as a refrence point. The head and torso or ribcage look basically as they do, but thats not how the pelvis actually looks? Anyone care to help me out? How can I see it intuitively as a box?
>Why is it helpful to think of the pelvis as this kind of slanted box
the idea is taht everything can be broken down into geometric hspaes as that hsi sthe easiest way to visualize anythign (a pelvis is a box, tanks are boxes with a cylinder atop them with a thin cylinder within that cylinder, etc). yes the hip bone is not a box but to visualize it as such is to help construction and help visuiazlize the tilt, which is important in the higher levels of anatomy trainign.
which is to say: everythign is arbitrary.,
I know I am but who else. Not brian
Why do people make art from their own volition? Surely it pisses them off trying to get good at it so why do it?
There are 2 kinds of people.
Those don't like painting, but like having painted. They like possessing stuff. If they were rich they would quit being artists and commission people instead.
And those who like to paint. They don't care much about the art itself, but rather use it as a tool to communicate with people and socialize. Improving is not about being good at it, but about relation to people.
This is absolute and there are no inbetweens.
How the fuck can you learn without proper mentorship? How do you guys know what to learn and how to move on? I've heard that going to an art school is not necessary but at the same time being on my own makes me confused as to what I am supposed to do in order to get proficiency at drawing.
I've been drawing a lot but I can't see any meaningful progress, so for me being self taught seems like something that isn't really real, at least not in the literal sense.
Yesssssss good goy, spend tens of thousands of Shekels pay no attention to your environment you cannot learn from observation you NEED instruction from an institution! It's the only way!
How much would you buy my painting for?
>when your painting is worth less than the materials it was made from, let alone the time invested.
Additional mockups are here http://merehead.com/projects/pure-jewellery/
What are you thinking about it? Any recommendations? It is the work for jewelry e-commerce website
ITT; Drug-Inspired Artwork
wew, 30 min break to refresh and stretch.
What's on your mind right now /ic/?
are you comfy with your current progression?
>improving a little bit at coloring
>change programs, lose previous brush
>can't color at all
>realize it was the brush settings that were doing all the work
What do you think is the easiest for making it?
Or something else maybe?
it looks like a pointless thread but sharing our thoughts on this might be gud.
illustration easily because it's the least work out of all the three.
manga will absolutely kill you because you have to juggle all the jobs with the tightest of deadlines.
animation is the same way except it's got a ton of barriers to the point where you pretty much have to know the director directly to likely get in.
Do u like my painting so far any suggestions it's a corn poppy field
Let 4chan discuss
Hey I just saw that guy too. I looked through his instagram and it's weird. He seems good, but something's off. Like what's off? I have no clue except that he's good and something wrong.
Are there any good tutorials/books on the comparative method of measurement? I don't want to go with sight-size because it's too limiting.
>Artists' materials are very dangerous and can cause injury or death!
Which android app is the best one for drawing ?
Same here. Is pretty good. I used Sketchbook before, but in my tablet have limitations with the size of the canvas, and MediBang accept a bigger file size. The desktop application is also very good