A thread to post your drawings.
I don't see one.
Is that Ginko with tits?
It was supposed to be a female Ginko, yes.
Came out rather derped.
exucse me OP, but: drawings in general or just circa otaku culture? honestly, I mean because I've been reluctant too show most of my shit in here.
I don't make the rules, so we'll have to wait until a mod or Tohno answers this.
Everything is fine by me, as long as it's not some fucked up shit.
Post whatever you'd like. Spoiler pic it if you think it's too lewd or something, but drawn nudity is fine.
I traced a tank and tried to put some BRS on top of it but lost interest half-way through.
I've been meaning to try speed painting for a while now and use some color instead of the constant white background/black lines. I think I'll try that next, see what comes out.
Here's an example of what I mean. I don't remember if speed painting the correct term but it can give some nice results if you put time into it.
very well, then (don't worry, i'll be careful).
These are really nice, anon. I don't know why you were afraid to post them, but I'm glad you did.
thanks a lot, broh.
Made this in animation class.
I also made this
These were all done weeks ago, and I haven't scanned any new pictures in a while.
That looks nice.
I made this to illustrate the point that if Jesus's water walking powers resided in his foot soles would that mean he'd drown upside down if he ever tripped?
Test/dummy version finished.
About to work on definitve one.
[shitscared now... ]
That looks really nice!
Was it done with a pencil? I should start working on my penmanship again.
Thank you very much.
Just did the sketch with pencil; then worked on the printed/cleaned/corrected version (posted it a while ago, on /mai/), mostly on watercolour and a bit of chinese ink and colouring pencils; also used gouache for the highlights, but it isn't a very good thing to do: it tends to leave heavy/derpy strokes, wich quite ruin the transaparent quality of watercolour; nevertheless, it's still the only way I can deal with very pale yellows...
Anyway: just finished the final version (pic rel., size: 3x); my scanner isn't the best, but... however: there you go.
The only criticism I have is her forearms are a little too thin and her pinky looks weird. Other than that it's great though, especially the hair
I haven't compiled a sketch dump since middle school, because they take an annoyingly long time to make. I thought I would just throw it together and go to bed, but I ended up working on it all night.
Sorry for the horrible layout; I wanted it to go chronologically, and it was impossible to fit together well.
You need to work on your limbs. The arms are very angular and flat, and the fingers are eerily spider-like. The legs are too short, too thin, and they blend into each other. In this picture specifically, Rei's neck is also too long. You're good at backgrounds and faces, and you're great at hair, but of course the under-drawings need to be correct before you start rendering.
I don't partially agree with this comment. It could be his style to draw in this manner, doesn't mean he can't draw anatomically correct bodies. It still looks good at first sight. He has a great style.
On the other hand though, proportions aren't correct on this Rei. Notice how her legs are too short compared to the rest of the upper body, if she stood up she'd be short on limbs.
This is common when a person starts to get good at his art. Critics come more easily because people want your picture to be perfect. Notice how nobody said anything about the OP. How the hair is out of place, how the face isn't anatomically correct and starts to grow a jaw to the right. Those shoulders couldn't work either but it's a very simplistic picture.
Please never bring up the "it's his style" excuse.
Critics come more easily when an artist is skilled because good art is faster to critique. It's already a pretty good drawing, so I don't have to start from scratch and go over every aspect of how to improve it; just the major ones.
Dumping stuff for class.
Just finished this. I'm quite happy.
Made these at the Central Park Zoo.
Not bad. Do more.
But its so tiring!
Drew my mom for Mother's Day.
Discussing Star Wars in IRC
Cute. The anatomy needs some work, though.
Arms too short, head too big, too much K-ON but otherwise good - I like coloring..
Thanks for the advice, though I wasn't really looking for it. I mean, I draw with my mouse in mspaint, so it's flawed from conception.Post edited on 30th May 2011, 7:16pm
Hrm, I don't think this is the critique thread guys.
An artist should always be open to critique.
I find it annoying when people give me critique without asking for it
Don't you find everything annoying?
I'm sorry about the critique if it is conceived as uncalled for. I'll refrain from doing so in the future, seeing that it looks to be unfavorable by default. I did read through the thread prior to posting, to check whether it would be in good manners or not; I might be delusional.
I like oekaki; I wish I could draw decent oekaki.
I didn't mean for it to sound like I was taking offense to it, I'm just stupid.
My family went to an art walk today, and there was one corner where someone left buckets of chalk for kids to draw on the sidewalk. I made this.
Another sketch dump. I wish I had a scanner; I had to use my phone for this one.
Something I just drew about half an hour ago
Finally got a tablet but it's hard to get used to
>> Buy tablet
>> Draw Sonichu
So Tohno-chan should I just kill myself now or what?
From 6 years ago...
... Feels like ages.
I like these a lot.
First day of Anatomy class today. Apparently we're just going to be drawing bones again and again rather than actually learning how to construct a body from scratch.
Flockdraw session with some bros. I drew the two on the bottom.
Is it Kirino?
I've felt like drawing hentai recently. All the best artists in my class just draw porn 24/7, so there's probably something to it. I actually do feel I learned a lot with this, especially in regards to feet.
I know I got lazy on a lot of things; I have homework to do.
Couple studies for the stuff I do to afford figures and shit...
Would include drawing "cheat codes" but meh: just keep tracing and then force good things to happen, be it mono/color or whatever.
Oh! Did you know that Koalas sleep about 20 hrs/day, have bifurcated penises, double lateral vaginas and really really small brains?Post edited on 11th Sep 2011, 10:40pm
I'm still positive that, with patience and the apropriate input, pure watercolour (i.e. without any white peinture) can really do virtually any trick you need.
These are amazing.
Very nice animal art indeed.
Thanks.Post edited on 19th Sep 2011, 8:50pm
Took me ages.
What materials do you use?
Coloured pencils, coffee, ink and acrylics.
Are you a member of conceptart.org? if not, you should.
I went to The Metropolitan Museum of Art today to draw some statues for homework.
I drew a fan art of one of my favorite TV shows.
No, I'm not a member but I used to lurk that site a lot.
[goes to see a video on Youtube; endure about 1 min of it...]
I know, it's great.
From where are you from giascle?
I didn't draw that. I'm from New York, though.