Search Results - ConceptArt.org | Art Sketchbooks, Wacom, and Art Forum
Join Free Art WorkShopJoin Premium Art Workshop

Search:

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 1.00 seconds.

  1. Replies
    40
    Views
    3,091

    "Industries" only care about one thing...whether...

    "Industries" only care about one thing...whether or not you can draw/communicate visually. If you can draw you can learn the software and how to draw with a tablet...if you can't draw it doesn't...
  2. Replies
    40
    Views
    3,091

    In addition there is a major drawback to working...

    In addition there is a major drawback to working on a tablet (any type from Wacom to iPad)...that problem is the lack of tactile response. Traditional media have a nearly infinite range of physical...
  3. Replies
    40
    Views
    3,091

    Well, I disagree with Vineris. Drawing with a...

    Well, I disagree with Vineris. Drawing with a intuos or bamboo is a problem because you can't draw with full range of motion and you aren't looking at what you draw in the same place as where you are...
  4. Replies
    48
    Views
    3,051

    Poll: Its the decision of the person with the money,...

    Its the decision of the person with the money, period. Anyone can apply for any job they want. It doesn't matter you think they aren't qualified.
  5. Replies
    48
    Views
    3,051

    Poll: No you don't understand what goes into a job. Its...

    No you don't understand what goes into a job. Its not what the end result is, its client satisfaction and creativity. Saul Bass was paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars to...
  6. Replies
    31
    Views
    1,725

    kind of puts the job ads on here in the scab...

    kind of puts the job ads on here in the scab category
    800 for a character layout, on the low end, 3k on the high end 1400 per background low end, 2400 high end
  7. Replies
    31
    Views
    1,725

    So why not do it this way, as a rule of thumb for...

    So why not do it this way, as a rule of thumb for beginning artists. The average income for a single male is 45k a year in the USA. That's 22.50 an hour; anyone wanting to be an artist in the USA...
  8. Replies
    28
    Views
    1,618

    In a way, everything ties into everything else...

    In a way, everything ties into everything else (shared planet, shared culture, shared history, shared myths, shared universal human traits and experiences, etc.) So in THAT way, few things are going...
  9. Replies
    75
    Views
    3,675

    The easiest thing in the world to remember is...

    The easiest thing in the world to remember is that which you already know.

    All communication is about the sharing of concepts. We write and speak in text because it is so damn easy. All the words...
  10. Replies
    15
    Views
    1,254

    What? No...this is just, IDK, shooting in the...

    What? No...this is just, IDK, shooting in the dark/parroting what others say about things. It all depends. It depends on the individual, what they want to do and what they want to say. Art is a...
  11. Replies
    15
    Views
    1,254

    Well, I'm not sure why this idea doesn't make...

    Well, I'm not sure why this idea doesn't make sense? Artists have always tended to work under a mentor or "master" to learn their craft...sometimes more than one. You find someone whose work excites...
  12. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,308

    as you get older youll more and more accept the...

    as you get older youll more and more accept the simple fact, that theres always something keeping you from performing idealy. now it might be the fact that you havent been drawing as a child, later...
  13. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,308

    i disagree... form is not what studying...

    i disagree...

    form is not what studying designs is about... its about the shape and positioning of that collar... of signs... flowing lines or lack there of...rhythm!!! etc. those things make up...
  14. Replies
    31
    Views
    1,725

    I was in the audience during the discussion. I...

    I was in the audience during the discussion. I made the comment about cookie cutter art. The problem, which I brought up to some of the guys on the panel after it was over, is it doesn't take into...
  15. Replies
    28
    Views
    1,618

    This is why most people will never succeed at...

    This is why most people will never succeed at being an artist. Because that is not the point. If you have to ask what the point is or always take inspiration form some one else you aren't an artist...
  16. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,308

    The thing about visuals and designs is that...

    The thing about visuals and designs is that you're learning 3D forms as 3D designs and perhaps translating it into 2D if you're doing an illustration of it. Studying history and seeing uniforms will...
  17. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,308

    Yes, art is pretty much a hopeless venture after...

    Yes, art is pretty much a hopeless venture after a certain age. Just like trying to learn perspective after your teens. Your creative bone plates stop growing.
  18. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    1. Decide what you are going to draw. 2. Do your...

    1. Decide what you are going to draw.
    2. Do your research. Collect the information on the historical context, setting, characters, what have you.
    3. Experiment with thumbnail sketches to test the...
  19. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    Just like writing. 1)Who? Once you know,...

    Just like writing.

    1)Who?
    Once you know, research-

    2)What?
    Once you know, research-

    3)Where?
    Once you know, research-
  20. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    When creating an image from a story. I read all I...

    When creating an image from a story. I read all I can about the character or scene. I copy pages that have pertinent information and highlight passages and make notes to myself about mood, time of...
  21. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    Idea Exploration of idea via thumbnails to...

    Idea
    Exploration of idea via thumbnails to determine best POV and composition to communicate idea
    Value/lighting thumbnails (often just combined with above)
    More detailed/accurate value studies...
  22. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    Lots and lots and lots of thumbnails, to start...

    Lots and lots and lots of thumbnails, to start with...

    My pro jobs are usually cartoony characters, and usually I'm the one who's going to be drawing/animating them during production, so my...
  23. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    One thing NOT to do is just start your final...

    One thing NOT to do is just start your final piece and make adjustments to it as you go along. It will take you forever as you keep backtracking.

    1) What is your goal? Write down at the top of an...
  24. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    I always have a separate sketch or at least a...

    I always have a separate sketch or at least a clear idea of the basic design of the character(s). That way I can consider the pose, mood etc later without having to think all of it at the same time....
  25. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,072

    I dont do many characters, but I do a lot of...

    I dont do many characters, but I do a lot of cars, like 2 a week
    process is usually

    Research
    Sketching, simple 3d models
    Tighter, bigger more detailed sketches
    Sketching individual details...
Results 1 to 25 of 112
Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4