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vivek.contemporary Oct 25
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{WΕ‘DY} //Spooky πŸŽƒ//Sketching// Oct 25
Drop your best art tips in the comments πŸ€”
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Adam Scribbles Oct 23
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EtheringtonBrothers Oct 21
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Winterteeth 19h
Before and after tiny spooky feet edition! Those little piggies are about an inch across from pinky to pinky. πŸ˜₯ .. ..
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Rita Kirkman Oct 17
I've got the "Spark" in the December issue of the Pastel Journal! Page 72! 😁 . .
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Raven, comic artist πŸ’• doing a raffle! Oct 24
Free to use programs I wish I'd had when I started making comics A thread
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Brian Sloan Art Oct 17
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Robinson Landscapes 7h
Yes! You guessed it ... I painted the Campbell from memory. Hence the colours. It's good to exercise that part of your brain. The only reference was the sun outside the studio window.
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SHYFOXX | Digital Artist πŸŽ¨πŸ–ŒοΈ Oct 24
Uploaded this art tutorial just now! In this I teach how to draw the head using the Loomis Method which works for any head angle, both male and female portraits and for varied art styles! See video here:
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Inner Joy Art Oct 17
β€œDo not purchase or hang a piece of art if it doesn’t give youΒ a positive emotional response. When purchasing art, try to focus on what you love or what is meaningful to you.” - Interior Designer Anne Anderson, , November 2019
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S. Creastam Oct 25
safety first πŸ₯ΎπŸ¦Ί I leaned towards a few key points to give this pile of shapes some depth I’m not drawing with a pencil or stylus, just messing with shapes and proportions (this safety cone will actually mean much more later on😏)
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Ken Bromley Art Supplies Oct 20
Learn how to use Promarker pens to create a drawing with painterly marks πŸ–Œ These professional grade, alcohol-based markers are easily blendable and can build dramatic layers ⬇ β–Ί
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Brian Sloan Art Oct 20
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Grey Cross Studios Oct 21
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The Graphic Literature Guild Oct 21
"Art Tips n' Tricks" is the second new series of GLG that aims to give helpful advice about art and comic-making. If you want see more tips and tricks, like and follow our social media pages!
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Kasseus Maximus Oct 21
One thing I've been using a lot those past few months are figmas/poseable figures to help me find poses/angles. I find it much faster & "organic" to use than 3D models, and while they come with limitations - the point is using your knowledges to fill in the gaps.
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Grey Cross Studios Oct 21
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Gateway Gallery Oct 23
Art tip of the day! What is your mini art project this weekend?
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πŸ†‚πŸ…·πŸ…°πŸ††πŸ…½πŸ†‚πŸ…·πŸ…°πŸ††πŸ…½ | Artist Oct 20
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