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Third and final of the epic FUZLAB. The unexpected duo, embodied by Fabrizio Moretti ( The Strokes) and Luz ( Charlie Hebdo ), meets again in Paris to end its masterful frieze on the theme of the Greek myth Thésée and the Minotaur. In 2012, both artists began this common performance by creating a giant frieze, drawing in real time in front of the public of the French Gallery, Emmanuel Perrotin. The duo will enter a two-month residence in June and July 2014 to achieve their work. The fresco will start its WW tour in Paris in Winter 2014/2015 before flying to Greece.
-You don’t get better at drawing by avoiding drawing until you are better at drawing.
- You don’t have to make a new masterpiece every day it’s okay if all you drew is a doodle of a bug. You are now +1 bug doodle better at doodling bugs.
- Also it’s okay if the thing you drew didn’t turn out very good. Everything you draw makes you one step closer to being able to draw good. You are still +1 step better at drawing whatever you drew no take backsies.
- You are the only person who knows if your art didn’t turn out as good as you wanted it to. You are the only person who can see the things in your art that weren’t what you imagined in your head. No one else will know unless you tell them.
- Comparing yourself to other artists just isn’t fair. You get to see all of your art, the best stuff and the worst stuff. You usually only get to see the best stuff other artists make. You don’t get to see that half drawn badly propotioned face they drew at 2 am and immediately scrapped. So don’t compare your badly drawn 2 am face to their best work.
- Just keep making art. The only way you can really fail is if you give up.
I’ve seen a few fashion posts trying to expand the “Marie Antoinette is not Victorian” rant, but this stuff can get complicated, so here is a semi-comprehensive list so everyone knows exactly when all of these eras were.
Please note that this is very basic and that there are sometimes subcategories (especially in the 17th century, Jacobean, Restoration, etc)
And people wonder WHY I complain about History/Art History periodization. Note how much overlap there is to the above “eras”, and how many exceptions and extensions there are to these categories.
Oh, and by the way…
Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate.
I hope you don’t mind me answering this publicly!
I use Photoshop CC/C6 most of the time!
I like to draw my line arts on Clip Studio Paint (trial)~
Recently ivatimsee introduced to me Mischief (free!) which is a very good program to just chill and doodle endlessly with the infinity canvas :)
I just received another ask, asking if I draw on the iPad?
Yes I do! So I thought why not show/recommend for some of you guys who are on the go and wants to doodle up with your fingers instead :D!
Paper 53 is super cool!! It has such amazing brushes!!
You can check out the website for the tutorial and read up more about it there
SketchBookX is another freaking cool app (available on iPad & computer!) but I think its more professional looking compared to Paper 53.
The rest don’t have as many functions and are more limited but if you would like to just doodle for fun~ those apps are great too!
(Penultimate always crashes for old gen iPads)
If you guys are curious on what I use to draw on~
My tablet is an intuos pro medium and my mom’s iPad first gen.
(throws a mini patrick stump for you guys!!)
HOW THE FUCK
That has got to be one of the most clever uses of transparency I’ve seen on this site yet.
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Over the past couple of years (on and off) I’ve been helping out to produce background artwork for Michael Hill’s short film The Orchestra. It was just recently finished!
Part of my job involved designing and treating 3D assets to fit with 2D painted backgrounds. I’ll put some stuff up about that at some point, it was kinda interesting!
This guy at my school went viral on Twitter and Reddit because he and his friend left a pair of sunglasses and a watch on the floor in the Dallas Museum of Art and people were convinced that it was an abstract art piece
did u think i was joking
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