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 No.1387[Reply]

Why are women so bad at art?

 No.1388

>>1387
So is this just to silence anyone that complains about women, or just to prove that men that think women are irrational are right?
What a weird idea of marriage, is this a boomer comic because the husband and wife are at opposition instantly and then she just bites his dick off. Is that meant to symbolize her emasculation of her male partners? Strange, doesn't really seem to have any point to it.

 No.1390

I think women, and to some extent men as well, only have the understanding of art as a means to translate their dipshit thoughts and opinions to the public. It's not so much of making something seem nice or finding away to recreate the world around them within their own mind's eye, but to just spew the same bullshit they see. The art itself in meaningless to them. Whether it's stick figures or life like doesn't mean much to the overall point that "huur, men are bad and dumb and women are smert"

 No.1391

>>1388
>this amount of cope
This is something a rape victim would make in an art therapy class about their attacker. The sloppy, hastily scribbled art work gives the feel that the artist made this whole comic in a half hour after anxiety attack created by made up delusions.

 No.1397

>>1388
She was just blowing off some steam.

 No.1398

>>1397
Nothing wrong with that.



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 No.1268[Reply]

Putting his art into words seems to lose something of its magic. Yet I do wonder what makes it so iconic. It is of course well composed, well made, and beautiful to look at, but there must be something more. Why do you think his work still resonates?

 No.1269

If I have to put it into words then I'd say his art has a very masculine energy to it. I'm not just talking about his pulp style artwork, even when it's just a simple portrait of himself, you can kind of sense that Chad energy. He also was never afraid of drawing unrealistically sexy women.

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>what makes him so iconic
I think he was very well fitted within his time and place. Back in the 80's people were getting into heavy metal and D&D and his art work really carries a lot of those elements strongly, i.e. the dark and heavy shadowing plus the gore and fanatical imagery. Of course his high quality and attention to detail is a major plus. Whenever I see his work I'm immediately reminded of the movie Fire & Ice which I enjoyed a lot as a kid.

 No.1297

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Heck yeah

 No.1313

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Frank was better at composition. There have been a few people with some better technique since Frank in his commercial bubble but a lot of them failed to compose their work well.

 No.1340

>>1269
Not only that, but it's raw and has a realism to it at the same time as it has the fantastic elements turned up to 11. Compare his art to Boris Vallejo's and Julie Bell's, who do work in a similar vein yet nowhere near as well. Their barbarians just look like what they were: bodybuilders being used as models. Artists like them can be enjoyable, but their work has nowhere near the sense of verisimilitude that Frazetta's has.



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 No.1086[Reply]

HA HA BENIS :--DDDDD
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 No.1254

>>1235
How have you been after nineteen days, niggerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

 No.1255

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>>1254
been feelin niggerrrrrrr, nigger(hard r)

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 No.1260

>>1257
nice lump

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>>1260
>lump



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 No.761[Reply]

Post them or else they'll be vandalized by uncultured swine. Sculpting processes are also welcome.
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 No.817

>>816
All of these are nice. Asians always had great sculptures. The third looks recent, almost german physical aesthetics.

 No.818

>>817
File name, arno breker, it is german duur.

 No.1242

>>816
I love how he hides his cute little dick. :3

 No.1252

>>1242
I have no idea which one you're referring to or where the supposed penis is located



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 No.1186[Reply]

It's on! All the dates and arrangements have been made. Our first match will be on EDIT: August 16th, 2020
11:00AM PDT, 1:00PM CDT, 2:00PM EDT, 18:00 UTC
against /otter/. Be sure to check it out on the ICup cytube https://cytu.be/r/8cup

Hope to see you there. And Remember: If you would like to submit a banner to represent /art/ info and posting is in >>1157 and be sure to do so before Augest 7th.
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 No.1198

Less than an hour left.

 No.1199

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WE WON

 No.1209

>>1199
Pretty cool

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the otters got us

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GG



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 No.363[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post your art
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 No.1229

>>1228
These are cool.

 No.1230

>>1228
>Is that… anime? :^)
I really like this as a simplistic visual effect for colour. I tried something out like this where I first painted basic shapes and colour and then used pens to draw out the line work and details. With that being said, I can imagine these have a lot of room for growth, the third one specifically has the feeling of a rainy day. I'm interested in seeing this concept grow, great work

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fukcing cuckime

>>1229
%^D ty

 No.1233

>>1232
i like your style, very relaxed. I can now tell the three you posted are just edits, but i think it could make a good print.

 No.1236

>>1233
thanks, i'll take it. i think, drawing on cardboard was more relaxed then usual.


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 No.1101[Reply]

Don't know how successful this thread will be but I've been thinking of doing a series of vehicles.
This includes a lot of images I've been looking at off plastic model kit art.

Starting off with a drawing I did off the image to the right. It's of the Soviet antarctic exploration vehicle "Kharkovchanka" that youtube keeps recommending me. Cool looking vehicle so I wanted to use it to practice some drawing and painting.
The image that follows was done in Krita with the following tools/settings:
> Working on A4 sized canvas 300dpi, landscape mode
> Imported original image, upscaled it to half the A4 in width (50% layer upscale). This made it about 30% the height of the page
> Wanted it slightly larger than the original but not too big as there isn't much detail in the pic and I don't want to draw too much detail.
> Used "Deevad 1d pencil" tool on default settings, with color set to pure black.
I'm hoping to try out some different painting techniques and color theory on this image in coming days if I'm not too lazy.
May also bump thread with previous work.
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 No.1202

>>1201
>>1201
the work u have managed 2 post here haz been pretty incredible. & also just looks like fun. even in this thread, these vehicle studies r gr8. o7

 No.1203

>>1195
Bless you anon, for your contribution. May all your dreams and endeavors come true

 No.1204

feel like i've always avoided doing studies like this & to this extent. never thought it would/could amount 2 much. now i've seen the error of my ways.

 No.1205

>>1204
it happens. the time was squandered, but not the spirit so there's always today and tomorrow, frend. and we'll always be happy to see you again

 No.1206

>>1205
srry, 1204 isn't OP. i'm just a wayward anon. but your sentiment still stands.



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 No.1157[Reply]

ive been getting this shit together and i forgot the banners, please make some. 512x64 i think? lol I have no idea, pleae shit something out that has our logo on it. quality is not important as long as its respectable. i think its due soon so i will take anything thats posted (to a serious extent)

EDIT: DUE AUGEST 7TH
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 No.1163

>>1162
>>1161
These are fantastic and we are all lucky to have your contribution. Thank you.

 No.1166

>>1162
I like the symmetry and the shading of this one.

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 No.1178

>>1175
Excellent! These look great! Maybe even a little too professional for /art/ lol. They're in!

 No.1187

>>1166
The shading is literally from the plane scene lmao
>>1175
Impressive work



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 No.1105[Reply]

I've been watching a lot of videos on art instruction over the past few weeks. Will post what I thought was useful.
Pleas post anything you think is good

 No.1106

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>>1105
part 2

 No.1107

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this guy is a colossal fag but I like what he says about color saturation early on



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 No.403[Reply]

Was she right /art/?

 No.406

>Was she right?
>"draw"
No, because they were painted

 No.407

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>simplifying the differences between all men and women based on two paintings.

Though they're both excellent in their own right, I think the problem here is the style of the painters and not so much their viewpoints on women. Caravaggio has been know to work with models and most likely used the one he had to paint that pose. It's a bit more realistic in that she probably didn't have the proper muscle mass to pose with a sword for that long so there's less action and more of her standing with sword resting on neck (or whatever proper that substituted in the studio). With that being said the painting looks more like a play of the beheading rather than the beheading itself take note of the red puff of fabric overhead, which I feel supports this interpretation

With Gentileschi's work the imagery itself makes more sense as the actual acting out. The woman is much burlier than the actress/model in Caravaggio's and with her body language it's most likely Gentileschi didn't use a model but i can be wrong, I'm not as familiar with her work than Caravaggio and worked more from the mind's eye.

It is interesting considering that women are more theatrical and dramatic and men are more logical, but in this specific case the two painters seem to have 'crossed paths' in there methods of creating their work. Admittedly, I do like Gentileschi's work better for that reason. It makes more sense that a heavier woman could make a decent attempt at murder than this 5% bodyfat actress. With that realism, I feel the moment was captured a bit stronger than Caravaggio's.

With all of this being said I think she make a real low IQ feminist take on the subject. I'm sure she thought she seemed super smart and artsy being able to drop old timey names like that but her understanding is only surface level and incredibly generalized.

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 No.409

>8:7. And she was exceedingly beautiful
>10:4. And the Lord also gave her more beauty: because all this dressing up did not proceed from sensuality, but from virtue: and therefore the Lord increased this her beauty, so that she appeared to all men's eyes incomparably lovely.
>10:7. And when they saw her they were astonished, and admired her beauty exceedingly.
>10:14. And when the men had heard her words, they beheld her face, and their eyes were amazed, for they wondered exceedingly at her beauty.

>13:6. And Judith stood before the bed praying with tears, and the motion of her lips in silence,

>13:7. Saying: Strengthen me, O Lord God of Israel, and in this hour look on the works of my hands, that as thou hast promised, thou mayst raise up Jerusalem thy city: and that I may bring to pass that which I have purposed, having a belief that it might be done by thee.
>13:9. And when she had drawn it out, she took him by the hair of his head, and said: Strengthen me, O Lord God, at this hour.
>13:10. And she struck twice upon his neck, and cut off his head, and took off his canopy from the pillars, and rolled away his headless body.

idk Gentileschi's seems like a self-insert type thing, feels a bit too real for a god infused virtuous babe cutting off a generals head.

 No.1092

>first pic is two noble archetypes in a romanticized event
>second pic is two ordinary people in a historical event
That's the impression I got when I compared the two pieces, but upon noticing the twitter poster had dyed hair, I wondered if she was implying the first piece depicted female stereotypes, as men don't consider or understand the real female experience(TM). I'd like to think she's just trying to show an example of how different men and women's perceptions are, but her post can easily be interpreted as perceived evidence of the patriarchy. I generally don't believe she meant any harm however, and wasn't trying to be antagonistic but I still disagree with her lol.

t.Know nothing about the arts or the Book of Judith



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