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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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 No.1378

>>1368
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 No.341[Reply]

Hello and welcome to /art/, tvch's board for anons to post their thoughts, critiques, personal work, DIY Q&A, news, recommendations, or whatever else that you'd imagine concerns a place like /art/.

- Standard board rules apply, no cp, spamming, & spoil lewds.
- Please keep all threads on topic, if you're posting any personal work keep it to one thread.
- Anime isn't art
- You're welcome to post links to personal art accounts, but keep your shilling at an absolute minimum

If you have some meta board questions or concerns ask them here and I'll do my best to address them.


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 No.560[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Oekaki Appreciation Thread. Show off your talent or display your shame in front of the world. Let your imagination be your limits. This is the terrible draw thread, where the only thing stopping you is decency and common sense.
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Bah gawd! what did this bloke eat!?

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Don't you do it.

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He's still got it!

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>>1421
Looking back, that last drawing was kind of SHIT


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 No.1408[Reply]

In this thread we discuss what equipment to get for a particular application and how to make the most out of it.
Tutorials specially welcome.
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 No.1430

>>1429
>You need the opposite, an IR pass filter.
Yeah i screwed that up, still cool tho but different applications. I think buying an old camera already modded is better than killing off a camera unless he doesn't want it anymore.
Nikon D200 or even newer Canon Rebel Ts can be found for 200 or 300 bucks, but if he's living outside the US or Germany he's going to have to import them, they are tough to find unless he knows a capable/friendly official distributor repairman.

 No.1431

>>1430
>D200
I'm pretty sure it's much cheaper than that. But ideally you would get something like a D3100 or T2i at the very least. Cheap but with some modern features and most importantly the accessories needed to use them are cheap. The D200 uses CF memory (expensive) and offers no live view function. For IR photography it's almost a requirement to have live view (although it will probably be super dark anyways). The focusing distance for IR is different. On old lenses you often had a separate scale dedicated to IR.

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>>1430
I'm thinking of doing the mod to a 40D I found in a thrift store since I have a newer smaller and much better APS-C camera. I do like the ergonomics of it though and want a reason to use it instead of just being a backup camera.

>>1431
The 40D was a popular model for that mod as it was one of the first of that type to have live view.

Also here's a picture I took with a handheld reversed 18-55mm kit lens and a flashlight. Getting a reversing ring is one of the best purchases I made, it's like having a tiny lens hood on my 40mm pancake lens.

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>>1432
>40D
Fascinating to see how the controls looked when live view was still in its infancy. I can't even figure out how to enable it lol, is it the set button like in some of the 1D models? Not that I ever had one of those either but I've seen reviews lol

 No.1436

>>1434
>I can't even figure out how to enable it lol, is it the set button like in some of the 1D models?
I just confirmed my assumption looking at some old video demonstrating it on Dailymotion.



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 No.1416[Reply]

ITT: good oath voiding artwork

 No.1418

>>1416
-OATHS VOIDED==



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heyo /art/ diz iz tbc, the BO ov /lit/ raond deez parts, n eye recently unveiled the 1st /lit/ty magazine ov the board, THE /LIT/TYZEN'S FEUILLETON, located herein: https://tvch.moe/lit/res/704.html

a poaster gave the v. austere rec 2 set auwp a portal 4 /art/ ppl 2 contriboot 2 potential pieces set 4 forthcomean feuilletons soe eye come 2 u w/ hat ean hand 2 ascertain ppl's thawts abaot facilitatean such a valuable interboard project. the feuilleton's main intent iz 2 exhibit /lit/ty content n the output ean awl respects ov p/art/isan's 2 gahoole's parisian e-cafe ov chiaroscuro anti-scurvy curio frens trewly does qualify, evun eef it ain't ean the epistolary spirit sum mite thinq iz essential 4 "literary" persewt. wud ppl hurr b open 2 supportaen a local publication?

2 b clurr: the feuilleton will awlwaies b published pro bono/as innurknit PDF file, will nevur claim "copyright" awn werks provided ean ne respect (cept dat u permit their inclusion ean duh issue u submit 4 the feuilleton ean2 perpetuity eye guess %^x), and WILL NOT BE MONETIZED IN ANY WAY/SHAPE/FORM bc fuck doshjannyean awf the werk ov righteous anons %^>

have 2 initial ideas abaot hao it could swing:

- theres a poast w/ the list of current eligible pieces - ppl eithur poast ean the thrad claimin a piece, givin' their contact infoe soe eye can send eet 2 dem, n we correspond accordinglee
- organically, ppl frum /art/ can email [email protected] 4 the above list (which wouldn't b publically poasted n thus kinda protean w/ regards 2 sub eligibility) n make their choices accordingly eef they desire 2 provide a werk relatean 2 a specific piece slated 4 incorporation

but if /art/ wants 2 contribute u moar den haev a saie ean hao u want 2 receive pieces 2 werk awn.

plz lmk eef there's overarchin interest ean such a venture n ty 4 ur time wholeheartedly %^>

tl;dr: wud /art/ poasters b invested ean2 puttean werks forward 4 a local /lit/ty publication, and eef soe hao would you prefer 2 align these w/ pieces /lit/ty users submit?


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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.1333[Reply]

Maybe somebody floating through can help shorten this list.
</a/
-nearly every picture from the Drawing Improvement Club (years worth)
-all of Smiley's pictures
</b/
-sketchpad threads
</cow/
-drawings of Jahans, at least one that was animated as him Naruto running
</fur/
-all of their drawpiles
-assloads of disgusting porn (go figure)
</hgg/
-/hgdg/ threads (archives only give thumbnails)
</monster/
-at leasts two CYOAs (quest threads), one about a shark girl and another about a monster girl school
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 No.1383

Obligatory "why didn't you save them when you had the chance?"

Try the booru. I think you should be able to find at least a couple drawpiles there.

 No.1392

>>1383
>Try the booru
I am the booru. These are a list of things the booru doesn't have.



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 No.1324[Reply]

What's /art/'s board mascot?

 No.1325

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this guy, say hello :)

 No.1384

>>1325
Hello :)
I'll name you Crumb.

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>>1384
[i] i love yoouo[i][i]nigger[/i][/i][/i]



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 No.729[Reply]

What comic artists and cartoonists do you enjoy, /art/?
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 No.1341

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Alex Raymond
Junji Ito
Bill Watterson

I'd also like to read Winsor McKay's Little Nemo comics at some point.

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>>1341
>little Nemo
You should, excellent work.

 No.1367

>>1267
show me.

 No.1372

>>758
I've always hated comics like this, where it's "here's my opinion, laugh if you agree with me".

 No.1374

>>1372
t. seething mutt



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