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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.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.1577

>>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.1832[Reply]

Hey everyone
Gonna start posting my nature photos here. hope you all like em
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 No.1881

>>1879
Taking pictures of the moon last night, hey?



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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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>>>1824
>spl/art/…why didn't I think of that…

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I'm just going to draw emo rats from now on.

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Smoking kills

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Everybody have an America.

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 No.729[Reply]

What comic artists and cartoonists do you enjoy, /art/?
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>>1807
maybe it was because the pony was boiled alive in the semen as foretold in the dead sea scrolls

 No.1814

>>758
>3rd one
Not funny because it fucking hurts.

>>759
>Not the original Eltinville

 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



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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.1822

>>1765
NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER

 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/?

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>>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".



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

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>>1136
this femoole is so sexy it scares me

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Paused at the right time

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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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Just learnt about these special pistol grips for use on tripods, anyone here ever used them?

>>1655
I was seriously considering one of those 500mm mirror lenses for awhile but decided to spend a bit more money on a decent spotting scope that can work with a camera, most of them that have detachable eyepieces can do this. Something that doubles as a portable telescope seems like a better investment and is maybe a little over twice the price if you get a good used one.

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>>1823
The scope is a good option too, although it tends to have more field curvature. There's also eyepieces to use the mirror lenses as scopes. Pic related being used with a 50mm lens, but it works with the others too. My issue with digiscoping is that I don't find it portable enough, lol.
What is your current focal length equivalent? 2000mm or so?
>Just learnt about these special pistol grips for use on tripods, anyone here ever used them?
Never used one but it looks like it could be useful for sports photography or something of the sort.
I have a fluid tripod with the typical handle instead.

 No.1826

>>1825
I'm not sure as I haven't found the one I want yet. With a crop factor of 1.6 probably 1500-2000mm. That eyepiece for standard lenses looks ridiculous plus when combined with a 500mm mirror lens would probably be the same length or longer than a spotting scope of equivalent focal length.

And I saw that pistol grip on a site called best binoculars reviews, that guy uses it for bird watching when they're 'on the wing'. Saw a few falcons while camping last weekend and figured they might be better than a standard handle since it's closer to the tripod.

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>>1826
>That eyepiece for standard lenses looks ridiculous plus when combined with a 500mm mirror lens would probably be the same length or longer than a spotting scope of equivalent focal length.
Sure, but you'd carry the lens on the camera and only use the eyepiece when you find something you want to look at with no camera. The dedicated scope is usually tripod-bound.
The viewing experience is probably superior, though. With a 1000mm lens that eyepiece offers just 10 minutes of arc.
Here's with a 500mm catadioptric lens, providing 111x magnification for 20 minutes of arc. It has a red dot scope mounted above it because without it the magnification makes it almost unusable.
What I posted in >>1477 was done with some binoculars that were like 7X with a FoV of 7 degrees 6 minutes and it was hell to aim (although I didn't have a proper adapter for the camera itself so aligning the exit pupil of the binocs with the camera's entrance pupil was a bit of a challenge already).

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>>1829
Another pic from the same guy, he has a cousin of our Vivitar f/3.8s: 90-230mm f/4.5.



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