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 No.10[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

We live in a time where nearly every child owns a cellphone, and where every cellphone houses a camera of considerable quality. Never has it been easier to take pictures than it is now. From grandmothers, to high school memequeens, and sub-80-IQ urban youths, everybody is snapping shots of themselves and their surroundings. Even NEETS.

Imageboards like Wizardchan and others often have their own photography generals, where the userbase of isolated and alienated nobodies use their tremendous amount of free time to document reality in artistic and aesthetically pleasing ways through the medium of the artificial eye.

Hopefully this thread will encourage our own inhabitants to stretch their artistic muscles and learn to think creatively visually. The picture in this post is the first photo ever taken. Captured by the Frenchman Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 at his estate in Burgandy, this blurry vision would change the world. It gave human beings the ability to truly see the world, as another human being sees it, not as an abstraction, or a representation, but as a real documentation of life from another man's eyes.

So Anon, what does life look like from your eyes?
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>>1366
>>1368
These are some good album covers if I've ever seen any

 No.1868

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Literally me except I have done some shitty portraits of a girl and I'm too poor even for a Spark. Also I care a lot about video.

 No.1880

>>1868
>Landscaper but uses Canon
>Landscaper but has a compact 2+2 car
>Landscaper but uses FF aspect ratio
Who was the funny man

 No.1882

>>1880
APS-C has 3:2 too if that's what you mean, only MFT is different. Or maybe you were taking about 4x5.
My guess because of the Lapovac thing is that it was some Slav anon making fun of himself so that would explain the car.

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>>1882
>Or maybe you were taking about 4x5
8x10 is the usual pretentious landscape ratio due to medium format but 3:2 and even, dare i say it, 4:3 work just as well. It all comes down to composition despite what filmfags say.
>Slav anon making fun of himself so that would explain the car.
I could really use a 00's Easytronic Chevy desu, self-hating slavs for the sake of westernizing is weird. Also i thought slavs had Opel cars rather than Chevies.


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 No.1854[Reply]

looking books that talks about making system like this specifically
https://youtu.be/8c264xk15o4
or something liek sega arcade stuffs (power drift, space harrier, air rescue, aqua jack so on etc) especially the physics model and how stuff sticks and not fall thru the floors despite the gaps between things and maybe lack of polygon meshes?

perhaps the behind the scene/making of logic…
hopefully includes several model/solutions of troubleshooting the same thing of why and whynots

Thank you!


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 No.1765[Reply]

Yikes…
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 No.1827

>>1772
>Can't upload fanart without changes for personal satisfaction
We have finally unified the left and right.

 No.1850

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Is CreepShowArt /ourqueen/?

 No.1852

>>1850
do you expect me to listen to this faggot?

 No.1853

>>1852
I could link to the snadnigger who says "Game Over" instead of "suicide".

 No.1886

>>1772
kys nigger



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 No.1127[Reply]

I'm a professional print screen presser who knows exactly when to screencap, behold my work
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 No.1692

>>1136
I'm sure some Somalis are ravaging this right now

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 No.1721

>>1136
this femoole is so sexy it scares me

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Paused at the right time

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Episode 3 - Screen Shot Drawing
Basically for this one just screen shot some sort of video or image and draw from that. Is it a mind's eye drawing? A test to interrupt your understanding of one media platform and transferring it into your own? Shit, I dunno, but any reason is a good reason to draw. So let's see what you got!

Gonna just go ahead and make this thing a general thread so I'm not flooding the whole board with my own content lmao ;)
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aaaaaaaayyyyyeeeee

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Did they?

 No.1816

>>1815
Fuck you Kohltranny

 No.1817

For me, it's the McChicken. The best fast food sandwich. I even ask for extra McChicken sauce packets and the staff is so friendly and more than willing to oblige!

One time I asked for McChicken sauce packets and they gave me three. I said, "Wow, three for free!" and the nice friendly McDonald's worker laughed and said, "I'm going to call you 3-for-free!".

Now the staff greets me with "hey it's 3-for-free!" and ALWAYS give me three packets. It's such a fun and cool atmosphere at my local McDonald's restaurant, I go there at least 3 times a week for lunch and a large iced coffee with milk instead of cream, 1-2 times for breakfast on the weekend, and maybe once for dinner when I'm in a rush but want a great meal that is affordable, fast, and can match my daily nutritional needs!

I even dip my fries in McChicken sauce, it's delicious! What a great restaurant.



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 No.1784[Reply]

Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ )

We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u

 No.1808

>>1784
Suck my cock, bitch boy.

 No.1809

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 No.1758[Reply]

is there a technique or advanced mathemathics to draw in this manner but for any other objects? from straight lines to curved wheels?
given the object's and view's properties, define the line's curvature, angles and length?

https://youtu.be/GgbH7_Gc8fE

 No.1778

Are you talking about something like Google Sketchup? https://google-sketchup.en.lo4d.com/windows

 No.1780

>>1778 not really

 No.1803

>>1758
Fourier transformations, however you'd need a series of matrices built out of sine waves for a predetermined drawing of sorts. Meaning if you're trying to solve your inability to draw via math, you're shit out of luck.

 No.1804

>>1803
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5cLjUmSJ9I

But again, if you're trying to solve your inability to draw via math, you're shit out of luck. Although I suppose you could maybe fuck around with the fabionacci sequence and fractals, but the drawings you'd get out of there would not be very flexible in nature. They'd pretty much all respect the golden ratio…



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trying to start game development projects to sell while i dont want to overshoot it but at the same time i dont want to do low return passion projects either… so i began with top ten games as a target like minecraft, gta, super mario, tetris.. all of which are top seller all time until and with the exception of gta, are quite simple, supposedly.

or maybe not.

how should i begin my things? choosing something that s in market demand but not too ambitious but also not too passionate/indie of sorts?
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 No.1787

>>1749
I'd encourage it.
My friend from high school that I thought was a total fuck up, never got a driver's license, made a million buckarinos and bought a house. Has a wife too even before he made a game. Now he streams the development of his next game.

 No.1795

>>1746
Popular indie tactic is to take a formula that already works, then toss their gay gimmick onto it.
See: The endless sea of Roguelite Top Down shooters or Platformers

 No.1797

>>1795
Hammerwatch was a huge success in my mind though.
But yes, 99% of those games are trash imo

 No.1801

>>1797
>>1797
Never said it was a bad tactic, it worked wonders for a lot of the top Indie dogs, i.e. Braid, Rivals of Aether, Meat Boy, Castle Crashers.
Probably helps to toss some appealing art and cater to certain fandoms/types as well ala Spark the Electric Jester, Undertale, and Skullgirls

 No.1802

>>1801
Braid had good music.



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art request anyone?
will consider most subjects i guess.

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so us your finest Sneed

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>>1752
dunno man, call your shots

 No.1756

>>1750
Draw that george floyd picture of him getting kneed on but with Family Guy characters

 No.1757

>>1754
I'd like to see you draw a tank (military combat vehicle, fyi)

 No.1796

>>1754
Do you have a better picture of that bike drawing?



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I'm not sure if this is the right board to post about this, but I thought it'd be nice to have a thread about DIY automotive painting techniques.
Pic related isn't my vehicle, just one that was painted with the technique I'm about to describe, by the guy I learned this from.
Say you have an old vehicle you want to bring back to life, and you want a type of paint that will look good and be resistant without needing an expert executing the job. Alkyd enamel comes to your help. It was the typical automotive paint until acrylic enamel became popular. It's desirable because it can last a long time and can produce professional results with ease.
A good mix is rustoleum, mineral spirits, penetrol/flood and enamel hardener, which is optional but makes the paint very strong and chip resistant.
You can get the first three in home improvement stores such as Lowe's and the enamel hardener can be found in Tractor Supply (I love them for gym stuff too, you can get rubber pads for much cheaper than in other places) or other sites online.
When doing alkyd painting, it's desirable to use a high volume low pressure gun. They can be bought for cheap at places like Harbor Freight and even the cheapest ones give good results. You want many light to medium coats as opposed to a heavy one and you want the paint to stay wet as long as possible, this way it flows for a smooth glossy finish. Always paint in the lowest temperatures you can and not under direct sun.
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 No.1767

>>1760
Again, it's all hypothetical because it's not my Jeep lol.
I made the thread more as a discussion of techniques in case someone happened to have some use for some pointers, to spread the word. Too often I see people do poor rattle can jobs without it being any cheaper for them because of not knowing better. An HVLP gun on Harbor Freight is $30. You also need an air compressor which you may already have or you may even rent one if pinching pennies (or buy one for about $120). A quart of Penetrol at Lowe's is $10. Rustoleum is like $9 a quart. Mineral spirits about $8. Enamel hardener $18 but you don't need a lot of it.
Meanwhile the spray cans are like $10 each or $30 each if auto specialty paint and you need tons of them. With this, maybe 5 gallons of paint to cover an entire vehicle. Cheaper and the results not only looks better but last longer.

 No.1769

>>1767
>Again, it's all hypothetical because it's not my Jeep lol.
lmao how do I keep doing this

 No.1782

>>1767
>spray cans are like $10 each or $30 each if auto specialty paint
Are there really just car paint spray cans? I always assumed that those spray jobs, car hood art specifically, was done with some sort of air brush. I thought about using mine to fix up some scratches and rusty spots, but I just have one of those mini air brushes for War Hammer models and wasn't sure if it would be as effective

 No.1793

>>1782
>Are there really just car paint spray cans?
Yes but the finish tends to be shitty and porous.
>I always assumed that those spray jobs, car hood art specifically, was done with some sort of air brush.
They usually are.
>I thought about using mine to fix up some scratches and rusty spots, but I just have one of those mini air brushes for War Hammer models and wasn't sure if it would be as effective
Fixing spots is tricky, ideally you want to refinish an entire "panel" (not literally, but you don't want to have new paint and old paint on the same visible surface). Of course, even that is preferable to rusty spots. But painting over rust is a bad idea too, unless it's a rust converter paint.

 No.1794

>>1782
Also the small air brush could possibly work, but it'll be trickier than a proper HVLP gun, and you'd have to make sure it doesn't get clogged with the automotive paint.



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