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when i started in art school it was smartest for me to just make stuff and like it. But now im on a point where i need to learn to make the client happy with my work. So it depends a bit on where in...
I think thats the whole problem. people don't know the artists well enough to understand him, and still judge him. Its a bit strange if someone is too lazy to get to know an artist, and instead...
i think you learn the fastest when you learn what you like a lot. So if you feel like painting now, go painting, and maybe at a certain point you think 'hey i think i can't draw well enough to make a...
nah. This one isnt as good as the other one. Besides, i dont know what its worth, but probably not millions. its a bit strange to think modern artists all make lots and lots of money. theres only a...
what's so contemporary about more or less copying what you like so much in the 'old masters'? how people expect to be part of (modern)art(history) when they dont add anything to it besides more of...
Hmm, i'd say this is not a great advice. Its much better to try to do what your teacher says, if you dont like it you can always go back to what you did before. Its not that you are gonna lose...
sounds to me like they are trying to learn you to be more effective. Like you said, you dont feel like you have enough time to get proportions right and render the big masses. After this class its...
sometimes im happy, sometimes not so happy. The artist part it is the thing that makes me the most happy!
nice work dude! especially love the first and third page. they have something personal and very expressive. interesting to look at. especially the statue and the face aside it. keep going that way,
da vinci's stuff?:)
make sure you have fun! youre doing this mainly because you like it.
also, check why you make mistakes, try doing it better, and when it works be happy. its more important that YOU grow then that...
love that one
magic treadmill :)
still i think it should be possible to avoid treadmill work as much as possible in art business. i still believe in it at least!
im not sure how advanced you are, but i think a good thing would be just start drawing from life, and when you stumble upon things, look what book provides the answer
this is a good one:)
actually the best thing to do is just not think about it.
but i had the same thing when i started a moleskine. never used it a lot. still dont know if it was the moleskine...
-ask your parents
-get a job
-go lawnmowing for old people
-try to find money in vending machines
-borrow some dollars from a friend
-draw on scraps
doesnt happen very often:) i see stuff that i can do better all the time. luckily there are deadlines. i like them, because it gives a nice parameter to know when you are done. in my not deadline...
who says art should be able to stand up for itself?
what you talk about is not art, but illustration. illustration is a tiny tiny bit of art.
it could, in its time speak...
yeah, thats true.
but i think they could have if they wanted too. but they chose to do the abstract thing because they thought that was more fascinating.
yeah the whole world is plotting against figurative art. sure. explain the successes of famous, still living figurative artists. its coming back. of course it is. besides, there are loads of...
if you really like art, you'll get back the fire. if not, then you cant force it i think. take time doing what you really want and get back in shape. i had a bit of a breakdown for 1,5 month a while...
nice one yngwie!
ive got the same idea for this summer so we should keep each other sharp on that;) see you tomorrow!
just forget all the words and take the enthousiasm you get from looking at them, and use that to draw your ass off. use it as inspiration!:)
people here tend to forget modern art can be figurative too. actually the trend is going back to figurative art anyway. for example take a look at neo rauch, daniel richter, peter doig, leopold...
correct me if im wrong, but from the posts you make i get the feeling you are getting ahead of yourself. it looks like you read a lot and confuse yourself, while at your level i think the best thing...
you are not getting any confidence from hanging around on forums, you're getting confidence from doing, and using your brush. :)