• 8x10?? pixels? inches?

    Best answer:   .   As illustration as vector sag, it would not matter on designsize, as pixel bitmap it would require correct perameters, that 8 by 10 , we assume is standard inches value, as digital aspect, it is in the 300 dpi of ppi range quality, so you create new image, and set resolution to 300 ppi value or higher, with... show more
    Best answer:   .
      As illustration as vector sag, it would not matter on designsize, as pixel bitmap it would require correct perameters, that 8 by 10 , we assume is standard inches value, as digital aspect, it is in the 300 dpi of ppi range quality, so you create new image, and set resolution to 300 ppi value or higher, with 8 by 10inch stage layout,

    If able create blank page demo, and rough draft image and pr8ntnout, to verify example sizing.
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    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should I buy an Ipad Pro?

    I've been thinking of getting the 10.5" one. I need it mainly for drawing. This year I started my career as a tattoo artist, I also work as a freelance illustrator (since 2 years) designing album covers and band merchandise. I don't earn crazy money just yet, I'd say it's a normal yet irregular... show more
    I've been thinking of getting the 10.5" one. I need it mainly for drawing. This year I started my career as a tattoo artist, I also work as a freelance illustrator (since 2 years) designing album covers and band merchandise. I don't earn crazy money just yet, I'd say it's a normal yet irregular pay. I'm 19 and live with my parents who luckily don't charge me rent. I'm saving money to move out on my own, that's why I'm so unsure if I should spend £600 on a gadget plus £100 for the pen. But if not now, will I afford it when I'll need to pay my bills later on? I'm mainly a traditional artist but I've been wanting to branch out more to digital art. For now I have a crappy pad from Amazon that I've had for 3 years that I plug into my laptop, the stylus often looses connection and it's overall a frustrating experience to use it, it slows me down and I become discouraged to finish anything ...but it does the job nonetheless. It's a lot of money but it seems like a good investment, after all I am drawing for a living and will continue to do this for as long as possible, I absolutely LOVE my two jobs and know that this will be so useful but I feel bad for spending so much money. I need opinions..
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is there a point when you're self teaching yourself art where everything just "clicks"?

    I'm self teaching myself art, and have gone back to complete basics. I've been learning fundamentals, drawing from life, drawing every day etc. I'm a long way from having amazing artwork that is realistic, and have been struggling to nail proportions. So I'm wondering if there is a point where after... show more
    I'm self teaching myself art, and have gone back to complete basics. I've been learning fundamentals, drawing from life, drawing every day etc. I'm a long way from having amazing artwork that is realistic, and have been struggling to nail proportions. So I'm wondering if there is a point where after hours and hours of drawing where it all clicks and makes sense. I've looked at art classes and getting a tutor, and sadly I can get neither just now. Also any tips or drawing exercises that helped you or people you know in practising art and making you a better artist would be really appreciated. :)
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do I need an art class/teacher to become better at drawing?

    Recently I've gotten into drawing again after stopping from being discouraged for about 2 years. I'm want to know if whether I need an art teacher/class to become better at art. I've been looking at a lot of tutorials and readings online. I currently don't have a way to access a local class.... show more
    Recently I've gotten into drawing again after stopping from being discouraged for about 2 years. I'm want to know if whether I need an art teacher/class to become better at art. I've been looking at a lot of tutorials and readings online. I currently don't have a way to access a local class. What's your opinion on it?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • How much do I charge for this custom pencil drawing? (Photo attached)?

    How much do I charge for this custom pencil drawing? (Photo attached)?

    The drawing is for my old English teacher, and it's of her two children. She told me to name the price, but I have never worked professionally before so I don't know what to do. I recently turned 18, and I have been drawing for a little over two years. The piece is a 16x20, and I have been working on it... show more
    The drawing is for my old English teacher, and it's of her two children. She told me to name the price, but I have never worked professionally before so I don't know what to do. I recently turned 18, and I have been drawing for a little over two years. The piece is a 16x20, and I have been working on it all summer. I would say I've spent over 50 hours on it. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you!
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Tips for beginner manga artist ?

    I’ve been trying to draw the anime art style for like 2 months now and I’m I pleased with what I’ve done so far . All YouTube tutorials are kind of Garbo . Is there like any books with tutorials or Anime Anatomy or something . I just would like to learn how to draw the anime art style and make it look nice
    I’ve been trying to draw the anime art style for like 2 months now and I’m I pleased with what I’ve done so far . All YouTube tutorials are kind of Garbo . Is there like any books with tutorials or Anime Anatomy or something . I just would like to learn how to draw the anime art style and make it look nice
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Who creates the design for new car models or prototypes for new technology?

    Best answer:   .   You are thinking in a way that uses the artistic person to creative design, rather than the technical person that takes that idea and designs more practical function concept that works,   Before you look at industrial design, understand the technical side and mechanics that are required that apply to a... show more
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      You are thinking in a way that uses the artistic person to creative design, rather than the technical person that takes that idea and designs more practical function concept that works,

      Before you look at industrial design, understand the technical side and mechanics that are required that apply to a design as car auto, the shell is one thing, the aerodynamics are another, but the creative aspect of wheels and engines and frame and windows all go into the design, before engineering evolves to math and physics in design,

      you do want that concept ability and creative array of ideas to go into the art of design, that could require graphic abilities in sketching ideas, yet that is the limiter until you have to mold or create the actual body for a car, practical elements of knowing what materials can be used and what forms can be produced, back then is was just metal and fabric, now it is complex to any form at all, yet still require sound form and safe dynamics,

    designer car models or prototypes
    https://www.indeed.com/q-Prototype-Autom...

    https://career4.successfactors.com/caree...

    At least,you do want some form of college level skills, Art or graphic and technical towards CAD drafting or computer tools,
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    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are there any 3D/Computer Animators out there who can who share his/her advice on what I can do to better my animation skills?

    As of recent, my interests have set its sight in the art of Computer/3D Animation. Unable to take part in animation school this year, I have resorted to self-teaching myself until the opportunity arises once more. I'm taking a rather serious approach to this as well. For example, there are those who find... show more
    As of recent, my interests have set its sight in the art of Computer/3D Animation. Unable to take part in animation school this year, I have resorted to self-teaching myself until the opportunity arises once more. I'm taking a rather serious approach to this as well. For example, there are those who find themselves okay with a second or third place trophy. I, on the other hand, aim for that first place position. My passion alone is currently the only thing pushing me towards my goal; to become the most superb computer animator out there. So I ask, are there any 3D, perhaps even traditional animators who can share this insight on what it takes and perhaps even some recommendations on books, online courses, and other activities that can shape me in my venture to become a remarkable animator!
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do you draw mickey mouse?

    Best answer: Look at pictures of him (he varies over the years) and emulate that.
    Best answer: Look at pictures of him (he varies over the years) and emulate that.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are the strong points in my friends art?

    What are the strong points in my friends art?

    Best answer: First impression...love it; the central theme is one of hopelessness. And that comes through big time.

    But on second impression it appears the figure was cut and paste. For example, the hands look like they were made from one image but it was reversed to make the second hand. Ditto the sleeves.
    Best answer: First impression...love it; the central theme is one of hopelessness. And that comes through big time.

    But on second impression it appears the figure was cut and paste. For example, the hands look like they were made from one image but it was reversed to make the second hand. Ditto the sleeves.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do you draw a protrusion whose size betrays the perspective?

    I'm a student artist and I don't know much about drawing techniques so be easy on me. For reference, I'm drawing a narwhal that is facing the front and since its horn is pointing in the same direction, it is essentially a circle and a dot on its face without shading. Since a narwhal's horn... show more
    I'm a student artist and I don't know much about drawing techniques so be easy on me. For reference, I'm drawing a narwhal that is facing the front and since its horn is pointing in the same direction, it is essentially a circle and a dot on its face without shading. Since a narwhal's horn decreases in diameter as it stretches from the face, but it is so drastically in front of its body, should the perspective dictate that the point of the horn is wider than the base? I don't know if this is a stupid question since I can't find any tips on this anywhere else, and artists seem to just avoid this altogether and draw the horn just straight up even though the face is straight forward.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I'm 12 almost 13, and just gotten back into drawing after a year and a half. Is this okay?

    I'm 12 almost 13, and just gotten back into drawing after a year and a half. Is this okay?

    Best answer: Did you enjoy making it? Then it is okay. That is the point of drawing and art as an amateur/hobbyist, you can enjoy the process, it might be a challenge, you might not like the final product, but the process is fun. There are a hundred ways you could improve your drawing but that is not really the point of... show more
    Best answer: Did you enjoy making it?

    Then it is okay.

    That is the point of drawing and art as an amateur/hobbyist, you can enjoy the process, it might be a challenge, you might not like the final product, but the process is fun.

    There are a hundred ways you could improve your drawing but that is not really the point of drawing is it? The improvements will come the more drawing you do.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How does one get better at drawing and at art in general? Alongside practice.?

    Best answer: Honestly, the only way to get better is to continue to make art.
    Look at different books and other resources, and continue to draw.
    Best answer: Honestly, the only way to get better is to continue to make art.
    Look at different books and other resources, and continue to draw.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do people get so good at drawing?

    I can draw pretty well honestly, not to be cock but most people would say Im outstanding. I was wondering how people get REALLY good though, I mean super good. I just don't understand it sometimes. My older brother who's incarcerated drew me a cool chicano art piece of two cholas making out dropping hot... show more
    I can draw pretty well honestly, not to be cock but most people would say Im outstanding. I was wondering how people get REALLY good though, I mean super good. I just don't understand it sometimes. My older brother who's incarcerated drew me a cool chicano art piece of two cholas making out dropping hot spit into the other ones mouth and one chola licking the barrel of a gun at the bottom of the page. Thing is it was UNBELIEVABLE. Thing is It looked like a black and white photo because it was so good, the shading and everything was just on point. How does one get that good though? I really want to gets good as he is one day. I asked him one day over the phone I remember and he said "just practice, keep keep practicing"
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What should I draw/paint at my first art class?

    It's just a casual community class for folks with mental health difficulties, so there's no formal 'class' but rather you're left you to your own devices. But not sure what to try drawing or painting, joys of depression means my creativity is zapped, so just looking for some inspiration.
    It's just a casual community class for folks with mental health difficulties, so there's no formal 'class' but rather you're left you to your own devices. But not sure what to try drawing or painting, joys of depression means my creativity is zapped, so just looking for some inspiration.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago