There were carpenters coming and renovating my parents bedroom, so my mom placed her heirloom. which was a portrait of her great- grandparents in my room for safe keeping. When she went to take her portrait back, it accidentally got broken when she bend the portrait. The weirdest thing is, the portrait is oval...
I keep on trying to draw, but whenever I look on the internet, everyone's drawings are light years ahead of mine. The art style that I am trying to learn is manga, more specifically, the styles found in anime such as 'Blend S' and 'arpeggio of blue steel' I have been trying every day for years...
well he was seated next to them (on camera) during Bush 41's funeral.
It wasn't a still photograph but a video footage.
isn't that close enough?
why don't you play the video footage and take a still snapshot of it. there you go!
Any suggestions on what I could draw. It can be anything. People. Couples. ANYTHING. I need some inspiration and ideas for my new sketchbook.
It's for this short story I'm working on.
A polaroid has to get ruined, but it's at a crime scene that's already been set up, so the person who destroys the picture is trying not to contaminate evidence.
It's a drawing of my niece, I'll give this to my sister as a christmas gift. I feel like there's something off about it but I can't put my finger on it. It's done with soft pastels.
I'm 13 and I'm going to high school in August. I like to do art and do it digitally, but I'm not good at it traditionally. My art style is like a semi-realistic anime style and I mainly draw females, which probably isnt good. I like to draw, but I have a feeling that if I take an art class, I'll...
So I wanna live by drawing but my parents think if I become an artist I’ll be poor,but I don’t know what to do,I don’t wanna work what they call a ‘stable job’like engineering or doctor because I simply don’t like these professions,and I want to be any kind of artist,like a comic artist or mangaka,or a ‘real...
When I was in high school, I used a projector once to sketch the rough details before painting over. The sketches I see on Twitter look EXACTLY the same, as if they've been traced first. Are they using something to do this? The side by side pictures look 100 percent identical, so I really doubt a free hand...