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 No.673[Reply]

Can software be art?
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 No.732

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>>727
>the camels went ass to ass

 No.825

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TEMPLE OS BY TERRY DAVIS
TEMPLE OS BY TERRY DAVIS
TEMPLE OS BY TERRY DAVIS

 No.826

>>825
Temple OS absolutely art. Prob one of the greatest art pieces of all time.

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>>825
That makes me a bit sad. Poor Terry



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 No.870[Reply]

Is OC art?
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 No.881

>xenomorph queen
based

 No.882

>>881
Is not based, it's embarrasing

 No.883

>>882
Embarrassing how little taste you have.

 No.884

>>882
Oh come now, fren. It's not that bad. Certainly enough time has passed where some humor can be derived from it.

 No.932

>>880
I like it



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 No.820[Reply]

So I joined us up for the /InfinityCup/. I hope you don't mind, but I snagged some of the works you guys produced and put them in as players for the game. You can find the roster here:
https://anon.cafe/icup/res/422.html#q707
http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki//art/

For those who didn't make the cut, don't take it personally. I did this late at night and in a rush, so I wasn't taking time to pick favorites. Though, as halfassed and rushed as it was, it was pretty fun to throw something together. With the way the board has been going I think it would be fun to be involved in more cups, so if you guys have any motto ideas, uniform edits, new logo, players, etc. Post them here so we have a nice little pool to choose from next time around.

I've yet to give the team a motto, I was thinking "put a happy little ball in that goal" but I think I need to ease it with the bob ross memes (his theme is ours and so is the goal horn)

 No.822

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>>820
>"feel free to change the logo"
>logo is complete shit, everyone else is professionally polished
>stimulates thought on why an /art/ board of all boards would want to have the shittiest logo
>its sloppy, hand drawn nature reminds the viewer of the piece's creator and grounds the piece as something crafted directly by a person rather than manufactured through photoshop
>essentially acts as the Comic Sans of logos, gaining its notoriety from its negatives and thus elevating it beyond its competitors; establishing itself as its own individual form
Why change it, it's already perfect

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good work m8, our lineup lookin strong %^)
maybe we could use pic related as our motto.

 No.831

>>827
whats a "meresty list?"



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 No.111[Reply]

Post your art waifus, specifically painted ones.
NO ANIME
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I drew my waifu

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 No.314[Reply]

>Painter Giovanni Gasparo uploaded a picture of his canvas to his Facebook page on Tuesday. Titled Martirio di San Simonino da Trento (Simone Unverdorben), per omicidio rituale ebraico (The Martyrdom of St. Simon of Trento in accordance with Jewish ritual murder), the painting is very detailed, showing a group of hook-nosed Jews with peyot and yellow, uneven teeth strangling the child and draining his blood. Some of the Jews are also shown wearing kippot and shtreimels, with one in the center wearing a tallit over his head and shoulders. In addition, the child is shown with its arms outstretched, reminiscent of Jesus Christ on the cross as the Jews look on with apparent sadistic joy.

http://archive.is/sDp2r
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 No.377

>>314
Good shit

 No.651

God I hate jews

 No.778

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Very nice. His other art is great too. A few pictures with lots of hands like this, does that mean something in cuckstianity? I don't get it.

 No.779

>>778
Looks like movements while praying the Rosary. You move your fingers along the beads and say a Hail Mary in each one, plus some extra prayers on the larger beads and reflecting about the mysteries of the Rosary.

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>>779
Ty. I thought it was some sort of symbol but all of them have religious items in them so I think you are correct. This guy is really talented too, lots of his stuff wouldn't look put of place in a gallery of great classics. If you went in with no foreknowledge and bias and compared his work to stuff like the mona Lisa you'd think his was the great classic. Hope the ritual murder painting doesn't ruin his career.



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 No.96[Reply]

Am I a good artist, fams?
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>>744
it'd look like this

 No.746

>>745
Wow fucking fired bro all you imagined was a giant nigger beast and frankly we got enough of those in real life.

 No.766

>>96
>>113
>>743
>>745
these are excellent

 No.769

>>766
They aren't bad, I hope I didn't scare him away. Anon. I'm >>746 and I apologize. You do good sketch work, I was just being snarky. My bad.

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I got a whole folder of these. Went through a bit of a manic MS Painting phase a while back. Maybe I'll keep drip feeding them, just so there's a bit of new content on this board every now and again.



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 No.411[Reply]

What's the deal with everyone hating on Photorealism? I understand and even agree with the most obvious and common criticism: "if I wanted to look at a photo, I would go look at a photo". In that sense, photorealism is indeed not very interesting; it doesn't bring anything new to the table since it's just a 1:1 representation of reality. However, I have seen a lot of people go further than that:
>photorealism isn't art
>only hacks paint photorealism
>it doesn't take any skill
>photorealism is actually easy to paint, I could totally draw that if I wanted, but I'm busy doing REAL art
>real artists paint from memory and photorealists only know how to copy (a friend of mine said this one yesterday)
Like, I get you don't find photorealism interesting. Neither do I, unless the artist has done something truly special with the lighting, but there is a world of difference between merely stating that and going the extra mile to dunk on the movement. Every time a photorealist piece goes viral, or whenever the topic pops up for one reason or the other, you are guaranteed to find people parroting the points above. It's almost like it's become a mighty need to state out loud how much you dislike photorealism, and the funny part is that the thing these people have all in common is that they all studied art in college.

Why the needless hate for photorealism? Is it that these people have been too brainwashed by academia, is it that they are jealous of photorealist artists, or is it more like a secret code they have to signal they too are in "the club"?

 No.414

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I cant understand why people would shit on photorealism when there's photography. I think the problem would be the lack of artist touch in the piece? You're basically using your photographic skills to copy something down and I guess people can view that as a waste or meaningless as to who made the piece. That's the worst I can think of. Though I have seen artists do similar pieces to realism and end up having different results in the end. They can focus on contrast or the lighting, or even the specific choices of brush strokes or hatching/cross-hatching, etc

Personally I never found photorealism that interesting, kinda for the lack of creativity and the sharp realism. Once you've seen one it feels like you can just brush through a photo book and get the idea from there. I guess artists find it as a personal way of capturing a moment or scene and for that I can understand it's meaning. But, photorealism, to me, is more of a study of the specific artist's style. Something that's best done at the gallery or museum so you can take a better look and read the choices they made.

As for your friend and his claims:
>photorealism isn't art
<Then neither is photography and anything else that is "too real looking"
>only hacks paint photorealism
<implying that all the hack artists paint/draw in photorealism. that's cute.
>it doesn't take any skill
<That's just silly. To draw that realistically, even copying, takes skill. It takes knowledge of dimension, depth, lighting, scale, etc…
>photorealism is actually easy to paint, I could totally draw that if I wanted, but I'm busy doing REAL art
<this has to be from someone who never even drawn a stick figure
>real artists paint from memory and photorealists only know how to copy (a friend of mine said this one yesterday)
<disown your friend.

 No.728

>>414
>implying that all the hack artists paint/draw in photorealism. that's cute
All A is B doesn't imply all B is A



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Discuss

 No.465

rent free

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 No.650

the hapa needs to cum and shit in his pants



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 No.605[Reply]

Favorite painters?

Mine is Peter Booth.
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 No.641

>>637
>>640
Very nice lines, does he do drafting? First 2 look like architectural mockups, design profile work. Last 2 are very midwestern feeling.
>>638
Don't be crass.

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>>641
>Very nice lines, does he do drafting? First 2 look like architectural mockups, design profile work.
I don't think so. I think he just does paintings and album artwork.
>Last 2 are very midwestern feeling.
He's big on Americana-style imagery and kind of seems like a bit of a westaboo.

 No.646

>>637
>>640
>>642
Why are these making me think of Brave Little Toaster?

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>>640
>>642
>>646
Looking at these makes me think of the Taco Bell Wall art that was near my community college. Who is the artist that made this master piece?

 No.648

>>647
Holy shit that is just great consumer art, seriously just wow, what a way to sell America.
>>642
He does a great shot of Malibu or Miami before you get to Miami, the last one the flower bushes are distinctly asian asthetics and kind of ruin a midwest/southwest. I want to complain about the trees too. I like his work though.



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 No.340[Reply]

>"Oh wow, amazing grass and ground texture, how did you do that?"
<"Well I painted, added glue and applied dirt and grass separately using an assortment of methods
>"And that water looks amazingly real too, how did you pull that off?"
<"Layers of colored resin that I dyed my self, after setting up some materials to look like a river bed"
>"That castle is pretty neat, how did you create that?"
<"Oh it's 3D printed"
>Mild feeling of disappointment

Would you consider 3D printing to be a respectable form of art or craftsmen ship? Personally I've always found it to be a cheap short cut in actually creating something. There could have been a multitude of other ways he could have constructed that castle, but 3D printing feels the careless and laziest way to go about it. The disappointment I feel is the same as if someone just printed out their painting on an inkjet printer.

How does anon feel about it? Can it work as it's own medium or is it just the lazy man's modeling clay?
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>>340
If he designed the castle himself in a program like CAD or Sketchup I accept it.

 No.496

>>405
This, so long as it was a design he made himself I don't see anything wrong with it; some people are really good at designing shit but suck at sculpting and I see 3D printing as an acceptable way to get around the problem

 No.593

>>344
This is a huge problem with all the modeling industry right now. All the big companies are now using 3D modeling software so it's generic slush being produced. It lacks the human touch so it feels the same way auto tuned pop music does. It's just missing vital parts of the quality.

3D printers are fine for additional details you can't buy else where. Say you want to build a really rare tank and no one makes a kit, then sure buy a basic model then 3d print the unique aspects which are annoying to hand produce. It's no different to buying resin add ons at that point. The issue is now everyone is relying on tools like 3D printers and airbrushing in place of skill. The hobby completely changes and loses a lot of it's personality. Everyone using the same tools for the same bland finishes where the perfect blend matters more than the overall piece. It's why 80's models are having such a revival right now. It gets away from this generic slush everything has become.

 No.594

Reminds me of WH40K figures in a way.

 No.644

>>340
>Would you consider 3D printing to be a respectable form of art or craftsmen ship?
3D printing itself not, but 3D modeling surely yes. Same reason why a replica using a mold isn't artful but the original sculpture is.



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