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 No.1575[Reply]

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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 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.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

Update 4/16/21
To keep this board as open and friendly as possible I would like to confirm that /art/ can go beyond the usual painting/ drawing/ sculpting scope people would generally assume it's for. For this board any sort of sfw creative endeavor is welcomed, whether it would be your cosplay attempts, car painting, photoshops, DIY projects, etc. As long as there's some form of artistic creativity involved you shouldn't fear if it would be acceptable or not. So have fun out there /art/ists! :)

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.1819

>1663
kys



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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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>>2099
>>2100
The thinking man's penis.

 No.2103

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Hmmmm….

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 No.1832[Reply]

Hey everyone
Gonna start posting my nature photos here. hope you all like em
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 No.1910

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>Still shooting on auto P
rofl, you are burning the highlights.
>>1907
>>1908
Like in the first one but you corrected in the second, also better framing but should've taken 20 or 40 steps to the right so the cars were a guiding line or just not there. That's just a supposition of course, just saying because there might not be the possibility for that many side steps.

Still that's a nice place and the general idea not bad. But in a bunch of the earlier ones there's blur, you probably need to hold your camera tight. The technique goes around holding the camera with your arms very close to your torso and sticking the camera up your mug while you stop breathing for 3 to 5 seconds, that makes you much more stable and avoids sudden movements that might introduce motion blurs, that is extra pesky when shooting small details like foliage.
Oekaki related:
a) Elbows looking down, if possible all the way down. If you are fat (you are) they should rest at the height of ribs and belly.
b) Arms should close near and stick to the torso, with a biceps squeezing your tits like fashion.
c) Wrists at neck level, should not be limp nor bending but with small cameras that happens. Camera handling stance is another story.
d) Camera should be very close to the face, 10cm away at the very max. This is easy if using a viewfinder due to having to do it anyways but some are on the left side of the camera, if so then move your head rather than your arms.
With live view (the preview screen) you go for the 10cm distance.

Obviously these can vary depending on style and camera size, some fags like to shoot with their arms all the way to the right with a small camera just to be act cool, others do it one handed to do something else with their left hand which is understandable and some tough guys do use the right leaning pose rightfully so to frame with the right eye using a long-distance/telephoto lens after searching the subject with the left eye while the focus spot is in the periphery vision.
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 No.1911

Pretty good

 No.2097

>>1910
Highlights are overrated. Thanks to overexposing the highlights he's getting good shadows.

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>>2097
Technically good shadows but they do not help his composition, half his pics are sky with clouds while the lower half is green hills with green trees, overexposing means half the sky is burned while the hills are visible but still not that different from the exposed4sky one that has intact skies but slightly mushier yet still visible hills.
With RAW files this one wouldn't be much trouble overexposed, if anything it would be better, but because it is a Jay Pegg it is tough to edit. For those SOOC from P&Ss it is better to underexpose because at least you can pretend to salvage some shadows while supposedly being a faster shot thus probably sharper, example in pic related.
Exposing with P&S cameras is usually a different technique than for enthusiast ones with RAW capabilities, in theory they should be the same but oh well.



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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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An excerpt from the other board's dump, good times with a compact.
Also i am broke again but got a brand new toy, for all intends and purposes perhaps my first video camera too. "D" WebM is my bedroom's wall and "E" pic a RAW file directly converted with the default Photoshop profile only.

>>1829
I checked for an eyepiece for my F-mount lenses but i thought they were quite cheaper, maybe someday because it looks pretty fun.

 No.2089

>>1913
Oh God, I had missed this post. I even went to the other board a couple days ago thinking there was no activity here lol.
I like the look, there's a slight amount of smearing with the colors but just the right amount of it so it looks almost like film halation.
In the meantime I ruined my 24mm with a botched adaptation I hope to fix soon.

 No.2092

Just bought $5 worth of cellophane in RGB plus magenta to color my flashes and some styrene board to make gobos, I hope it works out. If it doesn't, at least it was cheap.

 No.2093

>>2092
Getting a rich red was easy enough but the rest are tricky and magenta turns red with too many layers.

 No.2094

>>2092
Foamboard worked great after I realized I needed a big gobo and to put a snout on the flash to control spill.
Also if you're modifying the light (specially filtering colors) it's adviceable to use the fastest lens you can, to not have them firing at full power constantly. I did have to use a slower zoom at one point because my fast lens didn't fit a filter I wanted to use, but you could hear the flashes whining and taking longer to recycle.



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 No.1932[Reply]

>Man who was pinned to ground as a terrorist at LaGuardia was held after fellow flyer mistook his vintage camera for a bomb

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10078835/Passenger-adjusting-camera-mistaken-bomb-scare-caused-emergency-landing-Queens.html
http://archive.today/9cvhu

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Wow, amazing. Fucking normalfags.
I wonder what camera it was, Kodak Brownie perhaps? Or a Pentax 67 with the wooden handle that maybe the retard somehow mistook for a detonator?

 No.1994

>>1993
>I wonder what camera it was, Kodak Brownie perhaps?
A silver point n shoot compact zoom

 No.1995

>>1994
lel, some news wire was saying "digicam" so it's certainly possible. If it were a Brownie at least I'd almost understand, it's a black box with a film advance knob and a shutter release.

 No.2090

>>1993
wrong it was an Argus

 No.2091

>>2090
oh my God lol



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 No.1885[Reply]

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 No.1915

>>1912
it's a horse hoof, what are you talking about you faggot

 No.1916

>>1915
I'm a simple man, I see a big black dingus and I want it in my mouth.

 No.1919

>>1916
you spelled faggot wrong

 No.1925

>>1916
Hot.

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 No.1922[Reply]

First of all you may wonder why I draw this? well I just have 2 reasons to make fanart of this series: First I love it, I really love cartoons still show a slice of life with crude sense of humor on them, and second, I have some kind of resemblance with the pic feeling, and Im sure some of you too, if you are a fan of Rick and Morty you may notice Rick is a person that can handle everything except himself, he is a brilliant person but way too lonely that unplug from reality with science and alcohol to avoid the fact he is a sad person, and sometimes really dont see the point of keep living, and if you get what Im saying you will see lots of times its impossible to see life without the gray filter on your eyes.
Also you may notice Rick try to commit suicide some times along the series but for some reason he never get it, and not because of him, just because life or destiny avoid death from him, those persons who seen death close before and still breath will know what Im talking about. but why Rick is so miserable why an extremely smart person like him battles with the idea of end with his life sometimes well easy because his smartness mind, he really cant see lifes point because he already lived alot, he saw alot and he dosent have someone next to him to support his madness and feel how is it to feel real life, according to his creator Justin Roiland the closest character could be compared with Rick could be Dr. Gregory House, extremely smart but a miserable person, both are persons who are great characters because both are clever guys, pervs, genius on what they do, manipulative, careless about the rest of the people,bith are nihilists to the core, and both fail in love, but while Dr. House avoid his loneliness with drugs, Rick does with alcohol, both characters dont see why life is so important, and the the straw that broke the camel's back their messy lifes with love, both cant get a couple and if they do it dosent endure cuz its barley what they want in their lifes.
Also if you are a fan of Rick and Morty you will see Rick tries to commit suicide when he fails in love, and this is why I feel some kind of familiar feeling with this pic, people may think know you but the true is you can mask how you truly feel but inside your mind screams sometimes "whats the fucking point of all of this?" you know Albert Einstein used to say: "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results" and I can tell is fucking true, afterPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.729[Reply]

What comic artists and cartoonists do you enjoy, /art/?
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 No.1820

>>1722
He's talented, but a lot of his cartoons seem phoned in. That's not even going into his label fetish.

 No.1821

>>729
Truthseeker
/thread

 No.1864

>>759
>cuckime

 No.1923

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>>1342
I finally got a Little Nemo collection, and the artwork makes up for how bad the dialogue and expository text are.

Also, I came across this Dream of the Rarebit Fiend strip. Would McCay have been an /r9k/ poster if he were still alive?

Newspaper comics really seem to have had more potential than most of their creators made use of. I know that they weren't all Marmaduke and Family Circus, but still.

 No.1929

>>759
I wish normalfags had never discovered anime…



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 No.1920[Reply]

Who here has ever done some sort of art show or public presentation, like a theater play or public reading? Interested in hearing your stories if you got any, here's mine:

>Be me in middle school

>For English we gotta do a reading at the school poetry fund raiser thing
>"The more you read, the more extra credit you'll get"
>I'm borderline illiterate so this would help a lot
>Decide to read E. Allen Poe's The Raven
>Never practiced, never even fully read it, just thought of it the day of the "Night"
>show time and I get scared
>Read the entire The Raven, slowly and in a monotone voice, for an entire crowd of people
>It was so boring that even the parents gave me shit about it for weeks
>Still got the credit. Worth it.

I've had more positive experiences, but that is the most memorable one I can think of lol

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