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No. 933479

Containment thread for all the art salt you could imagine. And sometimes, people ask for help. Stop getting pissy about that.


Discuss the shitty art and even shittier attitude of artists

-Talk about Art Youtubers

-Ask about art supplies

-Discuss trashy art trends

-Instagram bullshit

-Art theft!

-General Art Bullshit

-Fandom and Shipping Discourse!

SCREENCAP EVERYTHING!

WRITE SAGE IN THE E-MAIL FIELD OF YOUR COMMENTS!

Recent Art Milk:

Like nothing of note. Feel free to link highlights yourself but nothing sticks out to me.


Articles about useful resources for improving one's art:

https://anony.link/https://hubpages.com/art/how-to-draw-learn
https://anony.link/https://sites.google.com/site/ourwici/
https://anony.link/https://www.alexhays.com/loomis/

Tried and true books on perspective, anatomy for artists, etc:
1. Perspective Made Easy by Ernest R. Norling
2. How to Draw by Scott Robertson
3. Framed Ink by Marcos Mateu-Mestre
4. Figure Drawing by Andrew Loomis
5. The Atlas of Human Anatomy and Surgery JM Bougery
6. Drawing the Head and Hands by Andrew Loomis
7. Figure Drawing by Michael Hampton
8. Force by Michael Mattesi
9. How to Render by Scott Robertson
10. Color and Light by James Gurney
11. The Skillful Huntsman by Scott Robertson/Mike Yamada/Khang Le/Felix Yoon

MANY OF THESE BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE AS FREE PDF FILES ONLINE, GOOGLE AROUND.

Previous Thread: >>886828

No. 933568

Idk if it fits here or not but
>Be me in university
>Found and art club
>Happy because i can finally talk to like-minded people since i didnt attend an art uni
>Their art is a little mediocre but thats fine
>Check the members
>Dude bros with chicken scratch art and pick me girls
Nevermind

No. 933572

>>933568
why do anons find it necessary to blogpost like have some milk about some crippled artist or gtfo

No. 933578

>>933572
Do you have milk then? Or else you just shitting up the thread.

No. 933682

>>933568
felt. it's so hard to find a good art community anywhere when you're actually serious about art as a hobby or a job.

No. 933687

>>933568
Have you actually tried to get to know people? It's easy to assume someone is a dudebro or a pickme going off just the stereotypes, and sure as hell a lot of women look like stereotypical pickmes in art communities, but majority of them are not if you give yourself a chance to know them better. I'd still give that club a shot.

No. 933688

I've been looking up stationery reviews recently for journaling/drawing and it's so annoying how al these art/stationery YouTubers are fat (I can see their ham fingers), act quirky, breathe heavily into the mic, take forever to unbox stuff, ramble about irrelevant shit for way too long, and/or don't swatch properly. This is especially true for less common or popular pens.

sage for stupid vent

No. 933711

I've been drawing in a simpler and looser style lately and I'm having a lot of fun with it, but at the same time I feel like I'm just giving up on a more complicated style because I'm too stupid to get it right. Trying to reach that level of art where it looks polished and satisfies you feels impossible.

No. 934056

who decided to stop making a new thread and linking it before the old one got closed

No. 934107

>>934056
op here, i was waiting for someone to make it before the old thread locked but nobody did. by that time it was too late.

No. 934361

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yueko getting ballsy with her pro nft stance by putting one of the hate comment she received as nft, i think hanging out with crypto orbiters all day really got to her head

No. 934362

>>934361
nfts are stupid but thats very funny

No. 934461

>>934361


She's real proud of this one, I'm sure she thinks she's very clever.

No. 934462

>>934361
She comes off as an obsessive drama addict who googles her name everyday to check if people are badmouthing her, that's kinda pathetic.

No. 934549

>>934361
This is going to be her down fall anons, i just knew

No. 934560

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>>934361
Nothing says mature adult like stalking someone’s profile because they said they don’t support nfts. She’s a full-blown cow now.

>>934462
She actually does constantly name search herself on Twitter which is why she’s always whinging about Twitter drama, as if she isn’t the one actively looking for reasons to be pissy. She needs to go and get a job that isn’t fully online.

No. 934885

>>934361
She didn't even "receive a hate comment," the OP of the tweet was pinging their anti-nft mutuals in case they didn't realize they were still following her. Yueko wasn't even tagged, there was no call to action for people to stop supporting her; presumably the people who were unfollowing her based on the tweet already weren't paying any attention to yueko or actively supporting her anyway lmfao.
Of all the things for yueko to shit her pants over, this is nothing.

No. 934908

>>934361
She just comes off as extremely insecure, in the twitch leaks she barely made any money. Her “I bought a house” flex was probably her parents helping to finance her life style.

No. 934909

>>934908
AFAIK, it's been confirmed by a few people that she was making bank even before nfts just from commissions and vtuber shit. Like, enough income that outright owning a reasonably sized home would not be improbable.

No. 934916

>>934908
That’s because all of her streams are boring and ass. She’s not funny, lacks a personality and seems to only have extended her clout reach by making her same face vtubers. I can only imagine how much she charges.

No. 934948

>>933687
Nta but sounds like their art is shit too, similar has happened to me. If they're terrible at the only thing you have in common you essentially have nothing in common/it is negated.

No. 935013

Out of curiosity, are any anons here part of popular artist cliques/communities that could answer this for me?

How do people even cope with the cattiness and circlejerking within the art community? It really seems like you'd need to tread on thin ice with people on art twitter considering how easily offended they seem and I want to join art twitter for this reason. Even scrolling and seeing petty arguments, drama, someone getting offended over nothing, politics, someone being 'cancelled', self-victimisation, etc. from these mentally stunted people is draining enough for me

No. 935098

>>935013
I've been dragged into drama before, and what I learned is that you must never respond to it and block people. I've been doing so for one year and a half and I haven't had any more issues. It's true that they're like sharks, they attack only if they smell blood in the water.

No. 935151

random, but was anyone else around for that mini deviantart drama where an artist admitted their art style was taken from a jp artist (urct i think?) the artist was fairly popular IIRC, while urct was newer to the platform, so when urct got angry and called out that artist for style theft, that artist's friends and followers hounded urct until they left, telling them that they should have been grateful that someone would take their art style. the artist apologized, but not before acting hurt because of how aggressive the jp artist was. drama ended with urct leaving after saying they didnt want to post on a western platform again.

im on the fence about the style theft thing since weebs draw in generic anime anyway, but kinda sad i dont remember the names of the ones who harassed the jp artist since they seemed the type to stir shit up on twitter too

No. 935202

>>935151
I think I remember this one. I think it was Rev/Revolocities? I do remember super old drama where he was accused of "stealing" a smaller artist's art style a long time ago but since his fanbase was huge they all dogpiled on the smaller artist.

urct/uracata still posts on Twitter nowadays from the looks of it, but their Tumblr blog is password protected.

No. 935263

>>935151
If you follow urct om toyhouse they actually spoke how the artist tried to blackmail them and they now suffer from ptsd. Even when urct wanted nothing to do with it anymore, their friends would dm them constantly to "say sorry"

The artist you're talking about is rainubrew btw, who still uses a similar style.

No. 935269

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>>935263
Saging cause old drama, but I recall the friends writing essays to urct who struggled to understand eng.

1/3 of the reflection post

No. 935271

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>>935269
2/3 of the reflection post

No. 935272

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>>935271
3/3 of the post

No. 935273

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>>935272
The example dm urct shared

No. 935275

>>935202

the rev drama you're referring to is probably the old discourse he had with the utau fandom.

No. 935276

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Sorry for the spam, but the comment about urct brought back so much deviant art memories for me. Rainubrew's friend was also caught making fake screenshots against another user here. If you read the comments, their friends brigaded the user

https://www.deviantart.com/yoclesh/journal/Fake-Screenshots-Of-Me-LAST-UPDATE-743606148

No. 935287

>>934361
Why can't she just sit there with her pile of vtuber commission money and shut up. Do people instantly just turn into a retarded fool the moment they've secured the bag?

No. 935292

>>935287
My guess is that she's insecure as hell and wants to feel like her nft stuff is entirely justified and that her fans will support her for it without question. She can't handle the idea of someone even disagreeing with her regarding nfts, so it's clear that at the very least she's insecure about her image tied to it but she desperately wants the cash to make her richer. She wants to be liked and supported and will mute and block anything and anyone that dares to even attempt to clash with she sand castle she built.

No. 935295

>>934916

didn't she have an artist vtuber clique of sorts? i remember her trying so hard to play it off as if it were some 'high end' or borderline official group for artist vtubers. it was just your typical 'cool kids club' and it was so pathetic.

No. 935297

>>935295
Twitter artist circles isn't any different from high school cliques huh. Except they're always more vicious and petty because it's online. Bet they can't say half the shit they write to someone's face IRL.

No. 935321

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>>935263
>>935202
>>935269
thank you anons. you're a godsend. i had a feeling the artist's apology might have been fake since i didn't recall them making any posts telling their followers to lay off, but i didn't know that it ran deeper and they continued the harassment after urct left the platform. the fact that they were so soft in their apology while blackmailing the jp artist behind the scenes is par for the course with "uwu types". looks like they still have the larger following.

No. 935511

>>935275
Can I get some backstory with this?

No. 935517

>>935511
As far as I remember people considered him really elitist in the UTAU fandom, the main thing he'd do was to redesign some UTAUs and lowkey make it seem like his designs were better than the "official" ones. I wasn't in the fandom back then so the stuff I know is surface level, but I do remember some people also saying that he'd also sometimes make fun of how some UTAUs sounded. Considering how UTAUs are 90% of the time made by fans, it was literally him mocking other fans' works.

Some anons might have more milk on this, but this is all I can remember right now. Rev isn't milky anymore though (as far as I am aware, I stopped following him years ago), all of this is old stuff.

No. 935581

sorry I'm sure this has been asked multiple times before, but where's the best place to get commissions anons? I don't know why but every time I opened commissions before I could fill my slots incredibly fast, but all of a sudden its like radio silence and its probably because instagram died I heard discords are okay but I really dont know any that would be worth my time

No. 935607

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>>934361
She's extremely disliked in the NZ art community too and has a habit of fucking over other artists and even kicked another artist from their table so she could have a massive table at a small con, cause of her neckbeard fanbase piling at her table it blocked the entrance and blocked attendees from entering the venue.

No. 935873

>>935581
-deviantArt is still good
-Discords based around markets is what you want to look for
-Artistsnclients is a good non-furry marketplace
-Ko-Fi also has commission, but that requires advertising on your part
-Not many people mention Etsy, but I've sold commissions there pretty quick when I offered it. Their site setup and advertising makes it a good tool.
-eBay, believe it or not
-tumblr is okay but still better than Twitter for commissions
If you can auction commission slots on the YCH commishes website, too

Hope it helps you, nonna

No. 935876

>>935873
*you can auction commission slots on the YCH commishes website, too
Didn't mean to include that "if"

No. 935909

the new wave of mediocre 3d sculpture male artists in their early 20s who post the ugliest sculpture you had ever seen spinning in a 360 and expect to blow up annoys me.

No. 935915

>>935909
>makes decent face
>makes her tits unusually prominent

No. 935917

>>935581
fur affinity
kekish dot fuck
yiffplanet
redtuberouscockle

No. 935928

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>>935915
I'm beyond tired of seeing shit like this. Like I don't even mind if someone makes a character with big breasts, just make it consistent with your style for God's sake. These look awful; Zelda doesn't even have huge tits. Reminds me of picrel, I hate that they do this stupid ass suction cup thing

No. 936024

>>935295
Yeah, Atelier Live. It’s hilarious that pretty much every member except for her and Artemis is either super inactive or has graduated. She really tried to make it work and even hired a manager and graphic designer but the team still flopped. Lmao.

>>935607
>giant corner booth with 2 tables
>just a few print menus scattered across both
Such a good use of space

No. 936029

>>936024
Damn, she hired a manager and a graphic designer for it? Lol. I remember when the team was first announced and Yue was doing everything she could to make it seem like her own Hololive. Yue tries too hard to make herself and her creations seem like this high-end hyper superior near official product, constntly trying to up the Yueko "brand" into something grandious. It just sounds like someone taking themselves too seriously.

No. 936081

>>935607
is it irrational of me to get pissed off at artists buying up two tables like this in artist alley? they should be forced to fork over the extra cash for an exhibitor table in dealers hall if they want a larger space. all this does is remove a spot for another smaller artist who can only afford a table in artist alley, hate cons that allow this

No. 936117

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>>935295
Yes but AtoLive is a meme where there are very clearly 3 adults who are hanging around children.
Also they're all artists so anyone who says they watch all of the members is a liar.

No. 936197

>>935928
everyone and their mom drawing a shadow on clothes where the navel would be on anime girls is a pet peeve of mine

No. 936199

>>936197
that and also drawing shadows to further define a character's crotch when they're wearing a dress that should be loose-fitted.

No. 936285

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this is the salt thread so, let me confess to being jealous of young artists. i'm twenty-three next year and this kid is seventeen and they're leagues above me. it just makes me feel a little green and think that even if i grinded out art for a year, i'd still be shitty.

No. 936287

>>936285
Remember that kids nowadays do technically have it somewhat easier than artists over 20 years of age because of technology advancements and the overabundance of resources alone. No need to feel green, anon. It all comes back to practice regardless of age,though. Practice a lot, give it your all and be kind to yourself and you'll get there eventually.

No. 936291

>>936285
Who made the pic?

No. 936294

>>936291
Someone more skilled than anon

No. 936305

>>936285
this is probably gonna fall on deaf years but you should work on yourself to stop looking at other artists with envy, anon. It's only keeping you back. Be inspired

No. 936308

>>935909
>>935915
They’re not even useful for anything since they use a million polygons and probably would be shit for rigging!

No. 936327

>>936308
Animation isn't the only application for a high poly sculpt. Most of those rigged models you're referring to (at least for videogames) start off as high-res sculpts. Then they're retopologized and the high res is used to bake a normal map. High res sculpts are also useful for 3D printing. But yeah this bust is pretty mediocre.

No. 936427

>>936285
Is this knaiifu on twitter? Cuz if so I also feel the same saltiness too, being older and such.
Ive known him(transmale) since he made his hamilton animatics on yt with that other person galactibun. Watching how their art progressed makes me want to end myself

No. 936437

>>936427
God who cares, just keep drawing and studying. Focusing so much on someone else's drawings is childish. I bet your drawings are nice too, you just think the grass is greener.

No. 936456

>>936285
what's the mental illness that makes people believe they're too old at twenty fucking two, do you even hear yourself and how ridiculous you sound?

No. 936649

>>936456
Delusion and insecurity. I'm 23 and only getting back into drawing since the beginning of the pandemic and I personally feel the opposite. I realize that I literally have my whole life ahead of me to improve and already made lots of progress in the past year. Doomers are tiring to be around, but are abundant in the art community.

No. 936656

>>936649
This. Some people treat getting into art like getting into professional sports, it's goofy. You can start literally any time and as long as you're committed to drawing every day and actually learning fundamentals, you will get better, it's a guarantee. As long as you apply yourself, it doesn't matter how long it takes or how old you are. The other thing, no one can ever make what you make. It doesn't matter how many artist there are or how skilled they are, because they cannot create what you would create. That's the best part of art, it's completely Individual. There is no one who is "the best at art" and there is never a reason to not pursue art. No matter your skill level, there will always be someone who is "better" than you at art, so worrying about it is just pointless and takes all the wind out of your sails.

No. 936683

>>936437
Listen to this anon. Many of you aren't even out of your 20s, so it's funny you envy literal children.

A lot of these younger artists ape pretty styles from older artists without much concept of theory, business application, or adaptability. The longer I look at it, the more 'off' it feels. And a lot of them put too much weight behind social media likes w/o bothering with engagement, which ruins their long-term career potential since successful artists rely on flexibility and/or niches.

Every "good" young artist I see is mimicking an older artist's established style. Don't be jealous. Many of these types burn out before they hit peak.

No. 936692

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Tinfoil but is she lurking here? Last thread had that comment about burning houses >>>/ot/929173

No. 936694

>>936656
>>936649
>>936456
You three give me hope. Artists who want to go professional should care more about their workflow, growth, and potential audience than they should "being old at 20 and being outdone by a 14 year old" or whatever ridiculous thing is going on. Don't worry about those damn kids.

No. 936768

>>936692
Unlikely. She's making a toxic positivity comment because a lot of people think that depression is just you thinking bad things all the time.

No. 936842

>>936285
art isn't just about technical skill. this looks like every other pretty girl insta art, why be jealous? focus on what you want to draw, and build up your skills to draw it. nothing else matters

No. 936920

>>936285
You’re 22 complaining while I’m fucking 30 and am still behind. You have your whole twenties to improve.

No. 936927

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>>936285
Idk if this helps but there’s plenty of ladies that are in their 70s doing art like rumiko takahashi (inuyasha) and akemi takada (literally defined 80s and 90s anime art style.) While I’m not looking forward to aging, it makes me feel hopeful in a way.

picrel bc I think Akemi’s art is gorgeous

No. 936935

>>936285
you sound like me when I was 14. You should probably use a little less social media, get some quality resources for studying art and then practice and study. Don't waste time being discouraged, focus on your own progress.

No. 936936

>>936927
That so pretty, do you know what tools she uses? Acrylic paint?

No. 936966

>>936920
and you're just 30?? that's not even half your life yet. i don't understand the obsession with age when it comes to art, it's one of the few professions where no one cares what you look like, they just care what you make. look at the old ugly men who are famous writers. women care too much about ageing

No. 936991

A quick rant that I really need to get off my chest, but why are Genshin fans so retarded? The characters all look like ass and they have a total of three body types yet these dumbasses look at them and go 'GOD SHE SO THICCC' "HES SO BUFF IM WEEPNGIINGG!!1!' even though said characters look like fucking sticks. The designs don't even look good, they look crowded and overdesigned to hell. Every single artist on earth jumped on the Genshin bandwagon too which is so fucking annoying, even after muting all character names and words related and unfollowing/muting a bunch of artists it shit still shows up. I went from being neutral about that game to hating it and its fanbase in less than a month because of the unavoidable overexposure and stupid ass fans.

Sage for no milk, just a rant.

No. 936996

>>936683
>Many of these types burn out before they hit peak.
Always remember that the promising talent and trend-setters of today are the bitter, insecure gossip site users of tomorrow. This is why most of your gratification and self-esteem needs to come from inward.

No. 937007

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>>932137
TinaFate1 outed as a scrote catfishing (1/3)

No. 937008

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No. 937010

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No. 937016

Hey nonnies, I'm painting something made of hard, stiff plastic. How can I go about painting it while minimizing the appearance of brush strokes? I don't have access to an open area where I can do spray painting (and I live in an apartment) so I have to paint by hand. Any specific primers and top coats to help the paint look even? I'll most likely be using acrylic paint. I tried looking up videos but most of them are about painting wood and furniture. The item is small too so I can't use one of those paint rollers on it.

No. 937017

>>937007

Not really that surprising but it's nice to have confirmation. Kind of funny because nothing really changed on Twitter. Doesn't seem like anyone who was a fan of his really cares and everyone who does care already disliked him before this reveal.

No. 937026

>>937016
Water down the acrylic a little and do thin layers. I’m not sure if a sponge or brush would be better.

If the plastic is too smooth, you may want to sand it a little bit with a super fine tooth paper, or the paint might be more likely to peel. Or maybe something like a gritty gesso as a base? The clear gesso I have has some grit in it.

You will definitely want to seal it with something. A proper sealant would be best but I’ve used cheap hairspray and it worked ok, don’t know if it will yellow eventually though

No. 937056

>>937007
>>937008
>>937010
Tina01 made it so much worse by doubling down and acting like a tard

No. 937089

>>937016
Using water is fine to thin the paints but if you use too much water it'll crack and flake off, so you might want to buy an acrylic medium to thin it down with. There are a bunch of them that give different effects, so do a bit of research to see what suits you best.
If the paint you're using is thin and streaky, paint a layer of white first to get more even coverage.
Acrylics are fine to use on plastic but definitely sand it or use a primer.
Brush strokes disappear easily with acrylics, you need to focus on evenly applying the paint so it's not patchy, the brush strokes disappear as it dries.

No. 937106

>>936936
Going from her blog, she uses graphite and gouache in a lot of her work. She has links to her tools and process here: http://www.takada-akemi.net/howto/

No. 937110

>>936920
How are you "behind?"

>>936996
Preach, nonna

No. 937119

>>937026
>>937089
Thank you for the advice nonnas! While I was looking around, I did also find fluid acrylics, but it looks like they might not have the colors I want so I guess I'll go the acrylic paint and thinner medium route!

No. 937141

>>937007
I didn't realize Daftpina was still "exposing" them after that other stuff from last week with the discord messages and stuff. I wonder what even started this entire thing? Anyway, I'm glad to have a valid reason to dislike Tinafate so much now (not that I needed one, but y'know)

No. 937145

>>937119

Look into miniature painting for techniques like for Warhammer minis. Warhammer also sells paints that are already thinned down but are also pricey. Alternatives may be paints used for airplane model kits/ war machinery kits like tanks and stuff. Vallejo comes to mind in that case.

No. 937165

>>937145
Omg this is great, thanks anon!!

No. 937204

>>936285
Read this subthread and wondered how such generic prettygirl art could make any artist feel insecure. Work on developing yourself and interesting art will follow. Don't copy other artists or compare yourself, find what you like to draw or make and focus on that. The rest will follow. If all you care about is internet stats you can make fanart and prettygirl art and burn out in a few years like every young artist does. Or focus on yourself and your own interests and artistic explorations, and continue making art for many years to come, with natural improvement a part of that.

No. 937250

>>936966
30 is fucking old in the social media sphere for art. I’m surrounded by teens and twenty-somethings who are miles ahead of me in terms of skill and reach. It’s annoying to see a 22-year-old whine about a kid. They could in a worst position like where I’m at.

No. 937253

>>937250

>30 is fucking old in the social media sphere for art


That really depends on who you follow though. If you're in some fandom like genshin impact or cookie run, then yeah you'll be surrounded by kids. It all comes down to searching for people around your age, because they do exist in the art sphere- they're just harder to find because they tend to mind their business instead of screeching on twitter and drooling over fictional characters like kids do. Kids in the art community are a lot more vocal on social media hence why it often seems like they're all that there is, but that's not the case at all.

And remember that more than half of the "talented" artist teens you see actually suck at fundamentals and make up by over rendering their art and masking mistakes. They're not "leagues above you" they just know how to cover up their mistakes better than you do.

No. 937304

>>937250
> 30 is fucking old in the social media sphere for art
If you only draw chinese cartoons then sure, but even then there's exceptions. Do you think 30 year old artists just go "pooff" out of nowhere and disappear? This is so dumb.

No. 937305

>>937250
You know maybe you would get better at art if you stopped whinning about younger people and drew something instead. You really think life is over at 30 but you need to get this shit out of your head. Chill out and draw.

No. 937308

>>937250
Anon who cares about age? Do you draw because drawing makes you happy? Or to show these kids you're better than them? Like, what's your goal here? Anyone can learn how to do shit at any age they want. There's 20 year olds that draw better than you but also 70 year olds that also draw better than you. I think the biggest problem here isn't social media or other people, it's your and your self esteem. You're sabotaging yourself thinking it's too late to learn things when I know there's 40, 50, 60 year olds who just also started drawing yesterday and nobody can stop them because they're enjoying themselves. You're acting like 30 is haggard grandma with dementia time when in actuallity 30 is still very fucking young.
Stop looking at what kids do and focus on your own self.

No. 937309

>>937250
I’m following a ton of artists on YouTube and not a single one is under 30

No. 937315

>>937007
omfg i literally said in the last thread that tina was such an obvious scrote.

God these fucking internet coomers really cannot tell the difference between another larping coomer and a real woman

No. 937330

>>936656
im the anon that made the original salt post and i will admit a large part of my worry is internalized concern about "neuroplasticity" shit from /ic/
that place was so bad for me when i was young and still drawing every day, and it still fucks me up even now.
reading everyone's replies has been helpful, though. thanks lc

No. 937332

>>937106
Thank you! So interesting to see her process!

No. 937360

>>937141
>Anyway, I'm glad to have a valid reason to dislike Tinafate so much now
a mindset like this is such fucking cancer and why all these petty callouts in the community happen in the first place. You don't need am oral reason to dislike an artist's artwork, you just block/mute and move on

No. 937368

>>937360
Lol relax anon. I don't take part in any callouts.
>You don't need am oral reason to dislike an artist's artwork, you just block/mute and move on
Yes, hence why I also said that I didn't actually need one. Anyway, this is the art salt and discussion thread, I don't have to "move on".

No. 937456

>>937330
That place is a dumpster fire. Shame all those resources and art books are tied to such a trainwreck of a board.

No. 937501

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So looks like Nixeu made a new account to try to get into more NFT's without being judged for it. The artist is literally a nobody yet retweeted by nixeu, even funnier is that some of the art posted by this "Ezis" is literally the same art that was posted by W00neul (nixeu's previous account, that you can still find traces off of google).

No. 937518

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>>937501
Samefagging but now she's literally bidding on her own nft's to pump up the price.

No. 937561

>>936285
The boobs literally look like an ass lmao.

I kind of get what you’re saying though. I’ll be 22 soon and I drew a lot as a teen because it was the only thing I had going for me, but once I got out of high school I started drawing significantly less because I had no one to impress or share my art with anymore. I was mostly drawing because I thought it was my identity. So I spent a few years working through some mental health and insecurity issues while only drawing occasionally. Now I’m slowly trying to get back into it for my own enjoyment but I feel a little insecure about the time I “wasted.”

Being surrounded by teens on social media can definitely make you feel old, but who knows if they’re even going to stick with it. Most of the artists I admired in the past (and still do) were older than me anyway. Teens are usually uncreative and just go with the trends.

No. 937616

>>937330
>"neuroplasticity"
You know all brains retain some form of neuroplasticity as you age?
It's not the 70's anymore. People get into hobbies and learn new things all the time. I guess older generations back then didn't do it because they were adamant about learning new things. But you can do it, anyone can do it. If you stimulate the brain, "neuroplasticity" will take place to accomodate this new learning.
I imagine you are a millenial, so let me tell you something as a fellow millenial myself: We don't have to be what others tell us we are, we don't have to do what others tell us we should do. Who gives a fuck. You're your own person, and an adult at that. Work on your self esteem and you'll see how much you're self sabotaging yourself. Your brain is more mature than those teens and will let you learn better than them. Teens are literal retards compared to adults. Take that advantage and stop focusing on others.
Also
>/ic/
Imagine caring so much about what some retarded loser scrotes on 4chan have to say lmao
Go outside and find real art friends and you'll see there's a lot of them over 30.

No. 937636

>>936285
No need to fret, nonny. You still have a lot of time ahead of you, there's no such thing as being too late to improve.

Don't forget that kids these days have easier access to buying a drawing tablet, more art programs available to them, and abundance of resources at their fingertips. Go at your own pace and focus on drawing what you love while learning new skills.

Not to mention a lot of these so-called skilled young artists mostly care about clout from their followers. Another anon here mentioned how they burn out quicker too, don't let that be you.

No. 937677

>>937518
Nft artists really are desperate.

No. 937683

Does anyone here know any good Spanish speaking art youtubers? I’ve been trying to learn Spanish for a while and have been watching Spanish let’s plays to improve my listening skills but would like some nice art videos too, especially so I can learn more words/phrases related to art.

No. 937689

Digital art nonnies, do you have any advice on keeping a steady hand with tablet pens? My line art comes out wobbly everytime and I don't know if there's a proper fix on that.

No. 937691

>>937689
Try searching for art programs that feature built in stabilizers like CSP, Krita or SAI. For Photoshop you gotta pay for Lazy Nezumi Pro because PS doesn't have a built in stabilizer. I don't know about Procreate.

No. 937772

>>937250
I’m genuinely so glad I live in the real world and not online like you. I’m also very grateful that I went to a school with a nice art program. All the professors there are amazing artists who are 35-65 and about 1/4 of the students were 25+. I’m so glad I had these people in my life, so I never developed your mindset. I mean this in the nicest way, but please get off the internet. Please look into your local community’s art scene and meet actual artists your age

No. 937813

>>937330
that place is a hellhole and the last place you’d want to go to learn how to do art. their art book threads are great, but you’ll just get a bunch of wild animals tearing each other apart trying to prove they’re better than one another.
but neuroplasticity and art is kinda BS because even past like 30, a lot of artists that do art for a job have to actively learn new methods or tools for their work.
Hell most independent atelier schools are mostly full of old people in like, advanced figure drawing classes. it’s really never too late because you’ll be learning for the rest of your life and that’s not necessarily a bad thing either.

No. 937873

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>>937007
Add copying art to the list of sins alongside catfishing and farming underaged nudes from discord.

No. 937930

>>937007
Probably gonna be an unpopular opinion on the thread but here i go. While I think it's a good thing the dude was called out, I find this pretty fucking crazy he was initially doxxed because of a "haha le MILF Sora with the Mario crown XD" drawing. Cause, yes, this is what initially caused all this, not the racist or grooming allegations or the catfishing.
In the end i don't really care for the scrote cause he's made more than just a shitty drawing but i find it kinda disturbing that the catalyst of a doxx can be a shitty, trashy drawn joke that the twitter crowd didn't like.

No. 937994

>>937689
>>937691

Procreate brushes have a setting called Streamline which smooths your strokes. I have my sketchy brush at a low % and my inking brush at 100%.

Also it depends on your tablet? I had a Surface Pro for a while but cause the underlying tech sucked, my lines were wobbly no matter what I did.

No. 938034

>>937683
You could try cheking Estudio Katastrófico (vidrel)
Also there was for a while a trend with spanish speaking art youtubers called "ruleta challenge", you could try putting that on the search bar and look through the artists you find to see if they're your type
obv if it just gives you non art related vids just add "dibujo" in front of it will probably work

No. 938103

>>937930
Its not just the Sora thing. Lots of people called him out for being cringy about the grooming apology and his other questionable art.

No. 938138

>>937930
This guy has been a sex pest to minors on discord and copying other people's art without shame for a long time. Apparently Daftpina has been sitting on his dox for a while, only releasing it now after he was doubling down on the racial slurs and taunting haters about his his low effort "pedo" art.

No. 938491

People are just joking around when they say private qrt means people are talking shit about them right?

No. 938674

>>938491
Nah it seriously bothers them. From what I understand though, it's mostly latinos just QRT with emojis, tagging friends or 'jajaja' in their privs to not bother the reply section

No. 938734

>>938491
I mean, that does happen sometimes.

No. 938790

I am so tired of black nail polish in every fanart I see, I wan it to die off

No. 938919

>>938491
No, they're legitimately paranoid. Which is dumb because my private QRTs aren't usually negative. My private account is for sharing stuff with my close friends.

No. 938934

I realized i'm 2 times more productive on a screenless tablet than on my big expensive display and it's killing me. I set a timer and in 1 hour on a screenless tablet i finished my sketch and my lineart and was starting to lay out my flat colours but on the fucking display i just finished my sketch and was barely starting my lineart. Still don't understand how i'm managing to do that

No. 938937

>>938790
I don't mind if it's a character that already has black nailpolish but it's true that it's getting boring and unoriginal when it's every "uwu quirky" western twitter artist adding it to each new mediocre popular character of the week.

No. 938968

>>938934
Oh girl I feel that. I made the switch to a display tablet earlier this year and it took me a good 4 months of daily work on the new one to get efficient enough on it. People always act like a screenless tablet is so much harder to use but the learning curve was much steeper for me to use a display instead. It's a long process, but I believe in you Nona.

No. 938998

>>937691
>>937689
Photoshop has Smoothing, it works as a stabilizer as far as I know.

No. 939032

>>938790
Huh? Like just characters? Because I get it if its like a gothic character or something.

No. 939046

>>938790
Nailpolish is cute on character designs but I'm tired of seeing everyone do it too lol

No. 939054

>>937689
CSP stabilization tool is the best choice IMO.

No. 939211

>>937689
you need to actually train your line confidence, it is a major skill in learning to draw

and auto stabilizers in programs are a crutch and they will hold back your potential

No. 939271

>>939211

>auto stabilizers in programs are a crutch and they will hold back your potential


I don't see how that's the case? Many times someone's hand shaking is out of their control. You sound like those teachers saying that you need to learn how to draw without rulers because "they are a crutch".

No. 939287

>>939211
Anon sounded like a beginner with digital art, many people struggle with that, specially if they were used to the friction between pencil and paper. Stabilizers can help in the transition from traditional to digital. There is no point in gatekeeping tools, they are meant to be used.

No. 939478

>>939271
NTA but that anon is right kek, learning to draw without rulers is the way to go if you're serious about trying to git gud because it trains line confidence, it's literally the first exercise in draw a box for beginners to learn how to draw good lines.
>Many times someone's hand shaking is out of their control
how do you think people get better at steadying their hand? kek

No. 939516

>>939211
ntayrt but this is very true. I don't think anon was talking about people who have legit tremors/shaky hands/whatever. Learning how to draw long strokes as smooth as possible is important, it speeds up your work flow and improves confidence when putting down lines. I've watched a ton of other artists who just rely on the stabilizers and their lineart takes soooo loooong to finish and looks very tedious.

No. 939640

>>939478
This is such a stupid thing to argue. It's there for a mechanical reason, tablets have natural jitter because of the pen trying to be located. Its not a crutch for people, it's a crutch for technology. Even expensive tablets, like the high-end Wancoms, have a small difference between where the pen is. It's not because people can't do art.

And btw, even high-profile artists who do traditional use things like rulers or special pens/pencils can have added weights to keep the lines pressed down more. If this is the logic people want to go off of, you might as well call Ctrl+Z a crutch because real artists don't make mistakes.

No. 939646

>>939478
>>939516

Steady hand exercises are more useful for traditional art than digital. Paper has more friction, after all. In digital said friction is reduced and so the pen slides around more, which even for an artist with a steady hand can result in a wobbly line here and there.

The tool exists for a reason. Why be such a purist? What's wrong with digital artists using the tools art programs give them? If that's the case then kindly get rid of all of your rulers and compasses as well as erasers because a True Artist should be able to draw with a steady hand without rulers and therefore make near no mistakes. This isn't about confidence at all.

No. 939673

>>939640
>>939646
Obviously if you're going to do perspective and need clean straight lines, a ruler is the way to go, no one is arguing against that, I specifically mentioned in my post that it's a crutch if you want to git gud, if you're just a hobbyist trying to slowly improve at your own pace you can do whatever the fuck you'd like, but if you're actually aiming to up your technical skills stabilizers are absolutely a crutch. Not trying to be a purist retard here, I'm just replying because this retarded stabilizer cope is dismissing actually good and useful advice as 'gatekeeping tools' and other retarded 'then Ctrl+z is also a crutch!!!' arguments

No. 939692

>>939673
the original anon just said that their line art was being wobbly on their tablet and they wanted a way to fix that, so people brought up stabilizers to fix the problem the anon had asked about. that's all there is, nobody here was talking about using crutches to improve ffs.

No. 939795

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Has anyone else here dealt with friends asking for art advice and refusing to listen to it? For example:
X: Anon tell me how to draw like you!
Me: start by drawing from life, doing studies, etc.
X: But realism isnt my style!

Learning how to draw isnt an "art style" you mong. Sage for rant? Im no old master but at least i have the humility to do basic drawing exercises.

No. 939832

>>939795
I entered an art discussion group on some social media (pretty sure it was on Insta) 4 or so years ago and I befriended this one person over similar interests. Their art was shitty anime style with absolutely zero concept of anatomy, proportions and perspective, as if they had never even tried to study the basics. My art wasn't perfect, I was in my late teens at the time and pretty much drew exclusively anime, but I was at a skill level decent enough to be able to give out basic advice on anatomy. That person kept asking me to "help them" and "teach them how to draw humans like I do", and well, I saw them as a friend so I did it.

They'd either straight out shoot a "but I don't draw realism at all, I want to have an anime-like style!" or flat out ignore all of the advice I gave (advice that THEY asked me to give). After god knows how many months of putting up with them I finally got sick of their shit because it was always the same thing, over and over. Ask for advice, ignore said advice, their art didn't improve in the slightest, and they continued to annoy me. They'd use models from MikuMikuDance as anatomy reference instead of photos or proper human 3D models, all they wanted was for me to "teach them how to draw anime" without bringing in "realism". They just wanted to learn anatomy from anime.

Saged, sorry for the long sperg but here's my experience. TL;DR if you ever meet someone who says "I don't do realism" when you give them art advice, ignore them because they don't want real art advice.

No. 939906

It's so frustrating watching TD draw or looking at her art because of her bad habit of drawing the characters' eyes too close together. I don't understand how she doesn't see how messed up and wonky it looks. especially because she draws big eyes for her cartoon style.

Like if she just made the eyes at least one eye apart from each other, it would look a lot better.

No. 939912

>>939832
Concurred. I try to talk about art as little as possible with these friends because its infuriating.

I dont let them see my art either. I dont want to hear compliments from a supposed "artist" who doesnt take art seriously. You could be as good as me if you bothered to practice, yk.

No. 939917

>>939646
>>939640
NGMI

>tablets have natural jitter because of the pen trying to be located

>Even expensive tablets, like the high-end Wancoms

this is literally just not true, high end tablets have virtually no parallax

you have to actually train your skills to improve them, sorry that there is no way around that.

No. 939924

>>939917
Parallax isn't the sole contributor.

No. 939936

what topics do you guys wish art channels would talk about?

No. 939942

>>939936
anything as long as they don't become an art commentary channel.

on a more serious note, more stuff about human anatomy in general, but things like how it gets affected by perspective and interesting camera angles (such as foreshortening).

No. 939989

might just be me, but I always felt like slapping heavy rgb effects on a drawing then calling it finished comes off as lazy.

No. 939996

>>939989
RGB adds a cool effect on a drawing when done right and in moderation, but constantly using it on everything (even doodles) definitely feels like a clutch I see a lot of young artists rely on.

No. 940000

>>939936
I like art channels that either talk about or show their own creative process. Conceptualizing to final product process, character designing, studying tips, and growth in general are all topics I like to watch. I also like art critique videos where viewers send in pieces for the artist to give points of improvement, but only from established pro artists who have industry experience.

No. 940297

>>939989
It can look cool sometimes, but some artists use it to the point where it hurts to look at their art, which kind of defeats the purpose of posting it.

>>940000
Seconding this, knowing how other artists think while they draw or what their reasoning is helps me a lot more than just looking at the finished thing, and it’s interesting to see how different our creative processes are.

No. 940315

>>939795
I knew someone like this in university. Bitched and moaned about having to take figure drawing and basically did fuck all during the class. Her anatomy is absolutely awful and she gets sad looking at other people’s art, but you could never tell her to take figure drawing seriously because she would always reply “ItS jUsT mY sTyLe”
And surprise surprise, she’s a weeb with a portfolio full of bad anime

No. 940366

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https://twitter.com/heartmush/status/1351663140316958722

What the hell is heartmush’s writing? She should stick to her messy unfinished art

No. 940684

>>940366
people who write like this are people who usually have mediocre narrative writing skills and can't describe things in an interesting or impactful way, so they resort to using all of these WaCkY lettering-like effects.

Not too different from artists who have 0 fundamental skills and cover up their art's shitty anatomy by overloading their art with effects and over-rendering instead of actually learning the basics.

No. 940844

>>940366
This reminds me of how people used to setup roleplay threads on gaia online lol

No. 940895

Anons, how likely are the chances of being able to make a good living from freelance art? I work a day job in a different field so my finances are being taken care of, but I hate this soul crushing job and would like to transition to freelance illustration eventually. I think my skills are already there since I‘m getting some high paying commissions already. And of course I would keep practicing and studying to get better. But to get enough constant freelance work to have a constant income, pay for self employment taxes and invest for retirement still seems impossibly far away. I will still try but it seems like that‘s what everyone wants to do nowadays and I don‘t know how realistic it is.

No. 941179

>>940895
Honestly I think it can be potentially possible to support yourself being a freelance artist but it's a lot of luck and you have to have a really big or very loyal following and audience. You pretty much have to count on being able to make a couple sales every month and that's what's the most difficult thing about doing freelance art fulltime because you might have some months where you do very well and then have months where you struggle.

The best thing I would suggest though is try to hang in there a little longer with your current job. Save as much as you can so you can have a safety net. Set yourself a little money goal of savings and when you hit it or at the very least get close to hitting it, then you can try and put your full-time freelance journey into motion knowing that if push comes to shove, you'll at least have some backup savings for the harder months.

You said that you already make some high paying commission jobs already and that's a good sign since it shows that there are people who are willing to pay a lot for your work. The problem though is how likely would you be to continue to get those high paying commissions on a daily basis?

In the meantime though, another thing you can try to supplement your income is do some merch design to make passive income. If your art is really as good as you say, you probably could find a little market in this. Redbubble, Teespring, Society6, etc. Try designing some designs to put on merch and have that on the side. And if you're crafty yourself, you could even make the merch yourself and sell on Etsy.

The point is don't quit your day job right away just yet. Make sure to plan and save a good amount of money for a safety net before you go through with this. Because honestly the only people I usually see making a good living from being a freelance artist are usually porn artists, artists who are able to get gigs working for studios, and those who are supported by a spouse who doesn't mind them having a freelance job.

I hope this helps anon.

No. 941212

>>940895
I would say to keep marketing. You might have commissions now, but who's to say a few months later, when the people interested already got their commissions, if they will be return customers? Also, the fact that you are competing with other commissioners. You also have to register as a personal business if you plan to make a living off of this and that includes high taxes for independents like you. I don't know if you've ever done taxes already like this since you also have a different job that doesn't sound freelance, so you probably get some kind of W-2 or 1099.

I think as long as you don't only keep it at commissions, you might be okay, but you have to reach out to other things like merch, put in the time for that cost as well, and probably expect to be doing this job 24/7 instead of having a day off. At least you could take your time. I wouldn't quit my job as is, but also taxes on self-employment suck and will probably cancel out with a bit of your tax return as is.

I'm sorry, but my mind immediately goes to worrying about consistent customers. You can get a nice wave for a few months, but you might have seen how all those little indie designers and whatnot are doing since the pandemic is lessening and on TikTok and Reddit and Twitter a lot of people are complaining about drop-off orders and interest.

No. 941214

>>941212
Just to add in, you could also learn furry and NSFW art as those customers always have big money on hand if your work is good enough. Especially furry artists. There's a guy known in the scene who is a neurosurgeon and he spends BANK on gigantism furries and some anons have probably heard about the Wonder Bread guy. Beautiful fantasy work might be good for DnD people, but you have a better chance at getting picked up as a concept artist in that case from a studio.

You might want to try that, though. Backgrounds, character sheets [turn arounds], expression sheets.. Things that you can market into other artistic areas as well and not just focus on only commissions. This way you could get picked up by someone maybe if you submit a portfolio or make a business twitter with pieces of it, interact with other artists, get someone in the industry to follow you. Also pander the fuck out of your art. Draw whats popular so it gets the attention of other artists.

No. 941227

I fucking hate taking commissions, not because I have to draw for others or there are thing I don't want to draw, but because my brain turns into mush when I do. It's like my skills disappear. I could be drawing something for myself and I'd finish it in a day, but if it's a commission suddenly I have no ideas, I've forgotten how to color, nothing looks right and I take a lot of time to finish it.

No. 941235

>>941227
Anon, do you black out while drawing? I attempted to explain this to my boyfriend, but it's like once I start I don't know how I finished something. Like the skills, if asked on the stop, I don't have, but when I focus, it's like my brain isn't working, but my hands know what they are doing and I'm almost like a 3rd person view of it all. It's so fucking weird and it makes trying to make a piece look like my last feel 10x more pressure.

No. 941440

>>941179
AYRT, thank you and the other anons for your thoughtful replies. I‘m definitely not there yet - my art is good enough to get me commissions, but not enough and consistently that I could reliably live on it. I see more skilled artists than me struggle to make a living and that makes me scared to go full freelance. Your point about the irregularity of commission work is definitely my biggest worry too.
My ideal situation would probably be to work on commercial projects and illustrations as a freelancer but I lack industry connections. I will keep putting myself out there and hopefully it will work out as I get better and can build a better portfolio.

No. 941450

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anatomy wasnt a priority here i see

No. 941520

>>941227
>>941235
Oh my god nonnies I get like this too! I thought it was just me. I've been trying so goddamn hard to do commissions because I get asked all the time and I do want to see if I can make money on my art, kind of a confidence thing. But when I actually sit down to draw, I find it so difficult to get the ideas flowing and have to almost physically push myself to draw. And I burnout super quickly!
I'm suspecting, at least in my case, it's because personally I think if anyone is paying me money to draw (And this is a mindset nurtured over years of non-artist family member comments) it needs to look like the fucking sistine chapel or I feel like I've wasted not only my time, but their money. I also fear that I'll look back at it and get upset that it's not as good as I could have made it now and want to redo it completely for the client.

No. 941527

>>941450
How can absolutely anyone find this sexy? It’s so idiotic.

No. 941534

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Does anyone know what fandom she means?

No. 941539

>>941450
Lmao looks like they drew it with one hand while jerking off with the other

No. 941544

>>941450
The face is so cute but then the body is just the shape of a tipped over plate of spaghetti

No. 941551

>>941534
Probably the Supernatural fandom. She used to draw a lot of fanart on Tumblr but ended up getting excommunicated after pushing back against other fans wanting to censor Supernatural fan work on AO3. Essentially Elicia was a pro-shipper before the term really took off. Ever sense, she's been receiving hate mail from other Supernatural fans.

No. 941554

>>941534
>Working on a commission for nine years
Damn

No. 941566

>>941440
>I see more skilled artists than me struggle to make a living and that makes me scared to go full freelance.

Yeah I've seen some really good artists with 30k+ followers post something really good and hit 10k likes in a few hours, and in the next post say something like "they're cutting my shifts at Starbucks and I'm not sure I can make rent" and that's kind of sobering for a small artist like me.

No. 941571

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>>941534
>>941551

Yup looks like I was right. Supernatural fans have been jumping down her throat for nearly a decade.

No. 941576

>>941571
This is scary. It's like a cult.

No. 941610

>>941571
I can't believe that Supernatural spergs are still going this strong in current year, but it also isn't surprising at all. This is just ye old tumblr behavior that never dies

No. 941621

>>941571
Supernatural fandom insanity is evergreen. I wouldn't wish those horny, hateful gremlins on anybody. Full sympathy for Elicia tbh.

No. 941631

>>941554
I think she means she's been making Supernatural fanart for 9 years and it pays half her rent for the year, but she needs to drop it due to harassment.

No. 941634

>>936081
This is an extremely small space too, about half the size of a ballroom at a convention center. Fuck this bitch and her gigantic table for her generic ass anime prints.

Also hi fellow nz farmers

No. 941635

>>941440
No problem anon believe me I'd love to quite my day job and do art fulltime as well but I'm just not able to do that yet neither and I just think that unless you have the audience and/or support to do it, it's best to plan ahead and continue to market yourself until you feel comfortable enough to leave you job. Just remember that there is no rush so don't push yourself too hard to the point were you potentially burn yourself out.

No. 941641

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>>941571
These nutjobs acts as if she tried to assassinate another artist or something. Some people really take their love of fictional series way too far.

No. 941649

>>941641
Terminally online behavior right there.

No. 941654

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>>941571
>>941641

How are these people so unawares how insane they are, seriously need to go outside to touch some fucking grass.

No. 941838

>>941520
That's exactly what I think when I'm doing commissions. So maybe it's anxiety? I guess that when I'm doing something without the pressure ideas flow better because I know that even if I fuck up, nothing is going to happen.

>>941235
I don't really black out, although I do have a very messy and irregular process that's not "mechanical" and can't be applied to everything. Sometimes I forget what I did, and if I record the process or use a cleaner method then the piece ends up looking like shit.

No. 941891

>>941566
>Yeah I've seen some really good artists with 30k+ followers post something really good and hit 10k likes in a few hours, and in the next post say something like "they're cutting my shifts at Starbucks and I'm not sure I can make rent" and that's kind of sobering for a small artist like me.
There's more into being able to make a living as freelancer artist than just pure skill; i'd say skill is only 60-70% of it. Depending on a country, managing your own business you'll need to have to be a freelancer legally, managing taxes, healthcare, contracts with clients etc is a hard work that some people are just not capable / willing to do. Some really good artists are not willing to monetize their art at all just because they don't want to turn a past time hobby into a career. Don't let these numbers discourage you, these people just may not even seek the same thing you want for yourself.

No. 942014

>>941551
God I fucking hate labels like “pro-shipper”, ”anti-shipper” and all that shit. I don’t ship, but it’s fucking weird that if a person just says “I like to ship x with x”, asshole children run at the fence yelling about how op likes “incest/pedophilia/ect.” because they used the word “ship”. Like, what the fuck happened to just letting people write shit and ignoring it if it’s weird?

No. 942021

>>942014
because now everyone is expected to be morally and socially perfect which means you can only like, create and indulge pure and harmless content because people are too terminally online nowadays to be able to separate fiction from reality.

more than half of these problems would be solved if these people just understood that a bunch of pixels is in the end meaningless and cannot directly harm anyone and most of the time if it does harm someone it's their own fault for choosing to consume said content. yeah there are cases where fictional content can influence people's actions for the worse but believing that happens 100% of the time is as stupid as those parents who think that violent videogames makes teenagers want to become school shooters or satanists.

No. 942027

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>>941641
I know why, but sometimes I wish the person would post the email of the harasser

No. 942142

>>942027
They are. They emails aren't coming from real emails people own and use.

No. 942157

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What a glow up, artists really show you what they think of women

No. 942161

>>942157
How the fuck is she even holding her phone in the second pic? Mediocre artists really only learn how to draw hands in three positions before thinking it's enough.

No. 942267

>>942157
lol, goes from "great anatomy in need of some polishing" to "well polished but fucked anatomy."

I've seen this style of "growth" in art enough times that I think it deserves to be dubbed the "Sakimi Evolution."

No. 942299

>>942157
Please tell me right is the more recent one

No. 942305

>>936927
I know Rumiko might be still doing art these days, but is Akemi? That pic is from 1989 btw.

I'm glad there are some female anime/manga artists that are still doing what they love. I've read too much about women quitting art after marriage to raise kids and become house wives.

No. 942309

>>942305
(same anon)

disregard, I didn't scroll down far enough, it does looks like she still draws!

No. 942316

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>>942299
yes it is. I believe anon was pointing out the change in the anatomy.

No. 942317

>>942316
"big mommy dommy"

No. 942321

>>942157
I'm now convinced that if your "glow up" is getting better at rendering, your trade that out with your basic anatomy knowledge. Sakimichan behavior.

No. 942441

>>940366
sage for no milk. what I'm guessing is that they're trying to do something similar to Typography Contemporary Art that can come off pretentious to those who aren't familiar with the medium. Though for real, the purpose is convey Text into Art in which the message is cryptic but concise into collage of pictures (usually up to five photos).
This entire thread is… nothing like that. seems like a try hard attempt at a new medium. I stopped reading as i saw its a (1/13) thread filled of pictures that seems to yield of nothing but a waste of time for those who bother to read (and pity likes).

Also unrelated, heartmush used to reply to my arts way back then with typical twitter artist suck-up messages "luvvv ur arts heart emojis". I just never bothered to reply, only to find out later they had already unfollowed me lol. A lot of times I feel like these artists only exist for online validation and nothing else.

No. 942473

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This reads to me like the artist is seething hard

No. 942493

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>>942473
I was curious about the whole tinafate callout fiesta and surprised to see the same coomer clique is under the reply

>>937873
I recognized this artist, went to check on their twitter and it seems that this QRT has been deleted

No. 942540

>>942441
dont know if you're a newfag or just forgot, but you sage by typing sage in the email

No. 942606

>>942473
the mods on the subreddit removed the post at his request lol but he's playing it off on twitter like he totally doesn't care.

No. 942607

>>942473
kek the moment these butthurt artists post about people criticizing their art on twitter and try to play it off as sassy or witty comebacks it just means they're insecure as fuck about their skill and are afraid of criticism. pathetic as hell.

No. 942610

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Are there any current mainstream female artists who don't paint typical insta shit (witches, Miyazaki stuff, fruits, etc.), don't have cutesy style, and don't drown all their work in pastel colors? The only woman I can think of who doesn't do those things is Karla Ortiz (pic rel)

No. 942613

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>>942610
I like Alex Garant's art. picrel. The double vision effect is her shtick.

No. 942618

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>>942610
Vetyr might be up your alley.
Also, would it be alright to share general female artists we like here? I'd like to post more art I like and get more reccomendations too, though I have different taste from OP

No. 942623

>>942618
>>942613
>>942610
I think there is a thread specifically for female artist on here if that's what you're looking for.

No. 942624

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>>942618
Oh wow, nta but thank you I'm obsessed I'm obsessed

No. 942663

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>>942610
artofyayu, her work is the same stuff over and over but I love it nonetheless

No. 942686

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so shadman has been on a spiral because of drugs, and is cutting ties with all his friends, shittalking cory and oney and the like on twitter, posting disgusting pics of his living conditions and telling everyone to fuck themselves. An old friend of his posted photos of him on kiwifarms. He looks exactly how you'd expect

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No. 942701

>>942686
Wait shittalking cory and oney? I tried looking through his twitter and just saw him mentioning getting “fan mail” could you post the tweets?

No. 942702

>>942701
NTAYRT, but he went through and deleted all those random, cry for help tweets last night after the face doxx.

No. 942704

>>942686
I'm more shook that shadbase/shadman friends with oneyG, I thought those youtuber-animators that migrated from newgrounds are already caught up with woke culture now. I mean, look at Polygon (which has a lot of former circle) disowned Nick Robison.

No. 942711

>>942686
>>942689
>He looks exactly how you'd expect
Sort of, but to be honest I would expect him to be much, much fatter. Older too, but I guess those are old pictures.

No. 942720

>>942704
A lot of these same animators shit on Egoraptor for being woke and deciding not to associate with his previous image. I highly doubt they’re going to change their edgy politically incorrect ways that made them popular in the first place. It’s not surprising that Oney or his friend group is friends with shad’s degenerate ass considering they’re all into gross offensive shit.

No. 942722

>>942720
Oney has a show on Adult Swim. Shad isn't like the rest of these guys regardless of his shitty personality.

No. 942723

>>942686
Shadman getting his face doxxed and getting addicted to heroin are the best news I could get this morning, massive kek

No. 942724

>>942686
Hopefully the drugs makes him stay far away from little girls.

No. 942725

>>942722
So? My point was that they were all buddies at one point because they bond over the stupid shit that they come up with . It’s not shocking at all that they’re friends.

>>942686
So what the fuck race is he anyway?

No. 942728

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>>942701
just took this directly from kiwifarm.
Feel free to browse the thread yourselves.

https://kiwifarms.net/threads/shaedbase-shaedman-shaddai-shadman-prejean.17065/page-226

I am about to go to sleep with the knowledge that this dude also drew porn of his mom. The image is being shared on reddit right now.

No. 942841

>>942728
don't trust anything this pedo says, hope this freak burns all his bridges and fucks off the internet forever

No. 942970

>>942316
Jesus Christ, how do you go from having nice, realistic but appealing anatomy to… whatever the fuck that creature is? She’s so stretched out and unnatural now

No. 943001

>>942970

coomer brain disease + getting validation from other coomers and horny freaks.

i checked this dude's twitter, he's surrounded by other cumbrains who sided with him in >>942473 >>942493 in situations like these there's nothing more to do, guy's lost. all he cares about is tits and ass no matter how warped the anatomy is.

No. 943011

I like zines, anthologies, multiple artist collab projects and such, but for some reason when it's huge artists/established artists doing it I can't help but cringe and frown at. I don't know how to explain, but when I see these artist collab projects between huge artists it just feels prepotent to me for some reason. Like when big youtubers or random rich people or random celebs get together to do some collab project and try to play off said project as something amazing and never seen before when it's actually just a normal project like any other but with famous names tied to it. Yet when it's with smaller artists, I don't feel that way at all.

The closest example I can offer is a tarot deck project I saw a while ago on twitter where only some huge artists were selected to participate. Granted many of them were amazingly skilled, but the project as a whole just had this "holier than thou" energy to me that I couldn't shake off even though it looked cool.

Am I just an idiot or do others feel that way as well?

No. 943017

>>943011
No, I totally feel this way too. They basically are forming cliques. It also makes the collab feel more like a product than an art project.

No. 943172

>>943011
I am one of those artists that often being assumed of "forming secret popular cliches behind the public" several times just because, you know, sometimes you get invited to a project. And most the time I don't even know anyone in the collab except for my friend/colleagues who invited me in it.

Hell, one time I even found out one of my fellow contributors drew (anime) underage porns in their patreon, and I only learned it after they attempting to befriend me after the zine collab. Or one time, one of the artists just casually putting 9/11 joke in the art and mods just casually published the piece at it is.
Don't mind my rambling since sometimes the artist list is filled with edgelords and coomers and I can't do anything about it except bitching to whoever invited me there.

Say this is a privilege or whatever, I understand where the envy coming from, but most of the time we just want to bring a product to people (of course the organizers will have to blow smoke up everyone's ass for the sake of marketing).
Embrace your small circle of "small artists" as you call, imo having a consistent set of friends with shared interests and ideologies to complete a project here and then is a much better experience.

No. 943183

>>943172
nta but i don't think it's a matter of 'envy', but rather because most of the time like >>943017 said these 'big artist collabs' feel more like they were done for the sake of clout and sales rather than a mutual passion for a topic. the way these projects are marketed also gives them an aura of 'we're better than you all and this project is proof' which alienates a huge chunk of the public and make you guys seem more like unreachable celebrities instead of well, cool skilled artists doing a cool thing. in my view tho i wouldn't blame the artists involved, but the organizers and whoever is in charge of the marketing and whatever.

No. 943226

>>943183
Oh yeah, definitely. I haven't been the scene for so long except for a few invites I've had last year. I didn't participate in any PR work but I do see the need for the PR to "flex" especially when one of them is still college and just happened to learn video editing. Which is why the advertisements always seem outrageous… Another thing I was told that fandom zine scene is incredibly competitive now (insert current popular anime fandom here), for your zine to standout, you have to go all out with marketing.
There are definitely artist cliques that hold into the elite mindset and casually flux out anyone doesn't agree with them. That shit is vile and I still see them around sometimes.

No. 943261

>>943011
stop putting skilled artists on a pedestal and seeing them as better than you/celebs and this envious feeling will disappear. i've seen this clique mindset at conventions and it's very lulzy to witness in person. idk, maybe it's because i don't see their skill as something unattainable or special, everyone has the ability to become good at art. it's better to make genuine art friends, and work on improving together. there's no limit on projects either, start a small art project with your friends.

No. 943329

>>943011
I understand the sentiment but I think people take this too far too often. I get labeled a snobby artist only because I have decent numbers, post art and don't communicate with strangers easily. It's a bit obnoxious that people just decide to fill blanks with mean presumptions when they don't know you

No. 943399

>>943329
tell us more, fellow snobby-labeled artist.

I agree with the anon above about the presumptions of popular artists though, when most of of them are incredibly introverted, if not already have mental issues and trauma associated with their online fame. I can think of the urct case mentioned in Artist Salt #32.
Sometimes a mf just wants to draw pretty and be good at it. And being an "approachable" artist is hard these days especially when you have to balance between talking to strangers online everyday and putting actual hours in your works. I tried to be "approachable" for a period of time until I earned myself a few grifters and a stalker pinned into my name. Now I don't talk to anyone who does art anymore.

sage for rants

No. 943407

Why are you guys so quick to jump on the "oh anon is jealous/envious of our fame" train and feel personally attacked when people bring up feeling alienated by artist cliques being annoying and flexing on everyone else? Not everything is about you, jesus. Two anons brought up very valid stances about PR and marketing being unnecessarily flex-y and competition also being a factor but you guys only know how to go "ooh being a popular artist is sooo harddd you're jealous", everyone knows having a fanbase is difficult because of weird fans.

Is it wrong to be popular? Nope. Is it easy being popular? Also nope. The problem being talked about however is marketing making artists seem like they're more than what they are, not your numbers on social media.

No. 943420

>>943407
because we saw our past selves in there (in before Popularity) and sort of projecting, you know? It's unfair for others to put artists in such light when we just eat and shit like everyone else.

No. 943431

>>943420

it's your problem if you're projecting too much, though. just like you said, big artists eat and shit like eveybody else. but the part that you guys can't seem to grasp because of your defensiveness is that a fuckton of these artists and big artist cliques are "tryhard elites" and try to make themselves seem like they're better than others for being famous, when surprise! they're just normal people.

if you're a big artist that doesn't do that type of thing, good for you and you shouldn't be feeling so attacked by criticism. this isn't about you. we're talking about the real annoying snobby ones here or at the very least about the crappy "tryhard elite" marketing some of these cliques/projects/whatever use.

No. 943437

>>943431
NTAYRT, but I don't see a majority of what someone would call a 'popular' artist, pulling elite takes. There would be way more people outing artists left and right compared to the theft, tracing, baiting followers, scamming rewards for subscribers.. Than we have now. Someone like Robertoart has the elitist mentality and so does Raiq, but you have other artists on the other side who have large followings for the same type of art like TabuleyAnim and otagoth [Philmato] who don't have this same mentality, but you also have people will hardly their amounts of followers who have the same elitist attitudes.

Its not about the numbers. Its about whether the artist is a shitty person.

No. 943464

>>943431
The most snobby artists tend to be the ones with the most generic vanilla ass art, and then they make their followers destroy any smaller artists that 'copied' their 'art style'. It's funny because most of these people aren't even famous with huge following because they're actually good at art, but because they draw skimpy au outfits and memes. I know a lot of genshin artists that got big in the past year or so that way.

My personal favorite are the wannabe elitist artists that only like and reply to comments of posts from artists with bigger followings than them.
The snobby artists are stupid

No. 943606

>>943011
is this that genshin impact tarot set?

>zine stuff armsrace

aren't zines supposed to be cheaply made publications? Why do zines nowadays feel like a corporate product except unofficial. Gonna admit I'm not the type who's into them as a consumer or a producer though.

No. 943625

>>943606
zines were made in the 70s as opposed to magazines publications. (at least in the west anyways).
Ive never seen asian anthology/doujin ever marketed that aggressively as western zine. The competition is real in here (with big fandom like FGO etc), but only occurs during convention and offline events.

No. 943626

>>943606
I think op is talking about the "Corrupted Tarot" project which has started its Kickstarter. It does have a "big artist only" lineup and even has its own hashtag on twitter. That's my guess though, I only know about that thing because I follow an artist who's in it and promoted it a few times.

No. 943628

>>943625

i've heard that japanese zines are just as 'difficult' and competitive as western ones, but their marketing is directed at a japanese-only public so people outside of that circle may see it less. western zines tho aim to get sales anywhere so their marketing game is off the shits.

No. 943797

>>943606
Zines are supposed to be counter-culture mini pieces of work that wouldn't otherwise be published or distributed. What these artists are calling "zines" aren't zines, they're art collaborations, art books or anthologies. It's bugged me how they've turned zines into this overblown, over produced, bloated money making mess.

They should just call them like they are and stop feigning this "home made indie" feel when it's the same 8 popular artists per Fandom zine doing polished work and getting funded on kickstarter with 28 extra stickers and bookmarks and shit.

No. 943810

>>943797
aww do we spot a genXer in the thread. Do enlighten us though, mostly what I've told about zines are by younger people or third-party. I'm quite interested in its history as it is different from asian anthology culture here. (especially text based self-publishing in china and socialist countries can be considered anarchism and against the law)

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>>943797
Not just stickers but shit like enamel pins and rubber straps which need a pretty penny to produce at a minimum.

Speaking of enamel pins am I the only one bothered by how nowadays anyone with money can just make them even if they can't design for shit picrel. These things feel like a waste of metal.

No. 943825

>>943812
what am i looking at. This is such a waste of money considering enamel printing cost is much expensive than plastic keychains. An average pin can cost up to 300$ for minimum quantity. (100pc from what ive seen)

again, wHat am i looking at!!!! who'd want this?!

No. 943833

>>943812

This looks like ass. I've seen so many shit enamel pins these days because people have no clue about design and the constraints of the masterial etc …

No. 943847

>>943812
nonnies I need a bad genshin art/merch thread to assuage my schadenfreude. I saw someone mentioned Bad Art thread in here before?

No. 943860

>>943847
its in m >163186

No. 943877

>>943812
what the fuck is that thing? who in their right mind would even buy it?

but on the zine merch thing, i'm so tired of zines these days always coming with a fuckload of unnecessary merch. if it were just prints or a single sticker sheet or one acrylic charm then fine but now the biggest zine bundles come with so much shit that the merch alone can be as expensive as the zine book itself. it's ridiculous, just open a merch shop already.

No. 943949

>>943628
For traditional doujinshis, a circle is usually just made of one person, two at most, and afaik there's not really any competition between circles, it's mostly fans releasing their own stuff regardless of the quality of the art.

No. 943982

>>943877
I assume there's bloated zine merch bundles because some customers actually prefer merch as opposed to the zine, which seems like it defeats the whole purpose of making a zine but for every zine I've been in there has been a merch bundle for sale that excludes the actual zine. I guess it's to boost overall sales but also it ends up being a huge push for sales Because you need expensive merch produced. People don't have confidence that a zine could sell by itself enough to be profitable, which is sad

No. 943991

>>943812
There's also this expectation of high quality enamel pins and keychains and bags and etc. at artist alley tables now. The whole process of getting expensive merch made is a hassle, design is completely different from illustration. But if you want to keep up everyone else you need a few physical trinkets at your table

No. 943992

>>943982
Exactly. I have a friend who got accepted into a zine and months later they were talking to me about how absurdly high the stretch tier numbers for sales were (stuff like the first tier being at around 200 sales whcih is dang high in most fandoms) and that they had no idea what the mods were thinking when setting up those aims. Now I figure it was to cover the costs of expensive merch.

At this point I wonder if it would be better to just have artist collabs for merch only to have zines not rely on merch as much. If you aren't confident that your project will sell by itself then what was the interest check for, even?

No. 944001

>>943991

I find it sad how western fan products are expected to have near official quality now. From zines to acrylic charms and enamel pics, hell even stickers, it all has to look super high quality. It went from fans doing their own merch for fun or to compensate for not being able to afford/find official merch to a super competitive market where people expect you to produce near professional-quality merchandise. I find that so silly, honestly. I follow many japanese artists that participate in cons in their own country, and they all make pretty simple but still very nice products. Zines/anthologies, doujin, even merch, it all looks way simpler than western fan products but still looks just as appealing to me as a consumer. Hell I'd rather buy one of those simpler products than to spend my penny on an overproduced metallic foil cover zine with videomarketing and 12 types of merch attached to it.

No. 944074

>>944001
same, I saw Japanese artists still making really impressive laminated charms but westerners will look down on that today

No. 944084

>>943949
They didn't mean doujinshis. They meant zines, they also exist in jp fandoms.

No. 944090

>>943011
You're not alone. These so called high-profiled artists are no different from popular youtubers and influencers circle jerking to boost one another's popularity through a group collab. You can always smell the rancid superficiality of it all a mile away.

No. 944091

>>943877
I second this, just make a collaborative merch store. If you really want illustrations make like prints. I think they do this because zines don’t have a lot of confidence in their art - went to comiket once and the difference in art quality for comiket vs us con was astounding. Obviously there’s shitty coomer art in comiket as well, but for real I realized it’s a no brainer why prints and artbooks don’t do well in the us and zines have to rely on merch as a crutch.

No. 944097

>>944091
Oh, the art quality in these two differs that much? I have never been to comiket so I'm unable to judge, but I always did get the impression that while western fan products are more expensive to make and more overproduced, japanese fan products have better quality and have a more "normal" production (plus to me it feels like the products are done out of love for a series or franchise when it comes to the japanese, not just for sales)

No. 944104

>>944097
Yeah, As a us con artist it was really humbling. And the merch & prints are higher quality and way cheaper there too. I really think there's more emphasis on love for the fandom in Japan. there's even a thing where artists basically give out their art for free. A bunch of Really great artists will upload their art to a system where You input their art code in convenience store printers, and you can print out the artist's art for basically free. It really makes you think about how basically everything in the us is behind a paywall.

No. 944133

>>944104
In Japan doujinshi and fanmerch are considered as a legal grey area, it's technically copyright infringement. It's allowed as long as the maker isn't trying to exploit and profit TOO heavily on their fanwork. It is most definitely a labour of love in most cases. Making comics is much more labour intensive too. On top of that the books are quite expensive to produce as well and they are sold for quite cheaply (500 to 1000 yen) and most artists don't break even, let alone make profit. Like other anon said I think it is very humbling.

No. 944161

>>944104

even in cons it seems to be like that. japanese cons seem a lot more "humble" in a way, like it's just…a fan event, like it's supposed to be. an event for fans to meet, chat and buy some cool merch be it official or done by other dedicated fans.

western cons feel a lot more excessive and grandious to me, it's hard to describe, but it's everything "too much". the artist vendor tables feel as if i'm entering the town's saturday fair with sellers trying to sell all of their stock before evening. it's just money, money. there may be some love in between, but it really feels like it was just for max profit.

i understand some artists make a living out of selling merch and such, but to me it all feels so soulless now. it makes me a bit sad, because now i feel no different when deciding between buying an official keychain of a character i like or a fanmade western one because both will be products made to be sold and that's it.

No. 944241

>>944001
I really hate how the trend at artist alley is now cheap plastic crap. idk it feels dirty that artists want to do this ~indie, small business~ aesthetic then everything they sell was mass manufactured at an asian sweatshop. It's not hard at all to create your own stickers and keychains. and every artist alley factory-made acrylic keychain I've owned started peeling and tearing after 1 year.

No. 944253

>>944161
Japanese fans and copyright holders have a mutual understanding–companies will look the other way as long as you don't compete with official merchandise. Doujinshi with original stories and art which are on par with mangaka are sold at cost of printing the book, usually $3 or less for a 30-page book. Doujin events are good for the companies too as future mangaka are scouted there. Now compare this to the shitshow that are American artist alleys, where copyright holders don't have any rights or eyes present, so anything goes and booths are packed with low-skill bootleggers looking to make a few thousand bucks then disappear.

No. 944261

>>944241

>and every artist alley factory-made acrylic keychain I've owned started peeling and tearing after 1 year.


THIS! It's almost like those keychains were made to be exhibited instead of being used as you know, keychains. If that's the case then these merch artists might as well start making acrylic standees instead.

No. 944302

>>944261
>standees
artists didn't stop there in case you're naive. They're already making plushies that could rival official merch for example.

No. 944306

>>944302
How is that bad.

No. 944330

>>944306
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the idea is If you make merch too close to what official companies do like plushies and those bean pod things, you are now doing things that used to be only big-scale manufacturing items that companies had monopoly of and could make bank off of. I don't think we're talking about those dakimakura things, it's like the genshin impact plushies that legitimately you can't distinguish from official products. If you keep fucking with the big companies, they might just pull the plug and crack down on all fan merch. Does anyone have a good example? I can't think of one off the top of my head but I've been seeing those float around lately and it's also made me scared for the future of fan merch.

No. 944332

Would you guys want to go to a US comiket if you could?

No. 944334

>>944330
Jp/cn/kr companies don't care about fanmerch like west companies do. They won't release any statement banning people from making merch anytime soon, so don't worry lol.
Plushies and manjuus have been a thing since ages ago, it just barely hit western fanmerch scene. Fans even make plushies of kpop idols, which I'd argue its worse than making a plush of an anime character, and still companies don't give a fuck about it. You're worrying over nothing.

No. 944337

>>944306
in my opinion as a consumer it's just that well, if the fanmade plushie is just as good as the official one, then why should i buy the fanmade plushie? the thing about fan merch is that it should feel special for being handcrafted by a fan of the series as well as serve as a more affordable or easier to find alternative for people who can't buy official merch for whatever reasons. but the moment fan merch starts to become near identical to official merch, mainly when it comes to price, then everything gets blurred. it might as well be called a bootleg product since it's not even handmade anymore, but mass produced for profit.

No. 944364

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>>944330
iirc mihoyo released a statement they're willing to look away if someone sells small merch as long as not more than 200 units are sold and there is a disclaimer it is fanmade somewhere. But things like ita bags, apparel, plushies, figures or stuff that generally scream big time productions are a no-no and you need to contact them for licensing. Sorry this isn't an example you're looking for but it would be interesting for someone like mihoyo go after the "big time" fan merch artists.

>>944334
I think the problem lies in fanmerch being mass produced in some chinese sweatshop rather than being made by hand like a one of a kind thing.

slightly related, who needs $1,500 to make acrylic keychains?

No. 944382

>>944364
Merch is mass produced because it's impossible to do handmade acrylic keychains and plushies without driving the price 30x higher. You can't have handmade and cheaper than official merch in the same sentence, unless it's like, stickers.

And even if mihoyo is "against it", they haven't done anything about it even when it comes to chinese artists, so they really just don't care.

I'd rather pay $10 for an original art fanmade acrylic keychain than $10 for an acrylic keychain of the official art, which are almost always one sided with no coating or anything, and the original artist gets paid cents for it.

No. 944410

>>944332
Probably not

Following on >>944161 and >>944253 if North America did have something like Comiket it would simply be a larger version of the average artist alley you see at your local convention.

A US Comiket would just be a cluster-fluck of samey, low quality, soulless trash filling up about 90% of the venue. For Japan, Comiket is like a Broadway stage where an aspiring mangaka uses it as an opportunity to spread their name further and possibly be recognized by a publisher. A US Comiket would just be a money grab.

No. 944499

>>944330
Can vouch for this. The entirety of making "ethical" fanmerch aka Do not make the merch almost identical to the official ones, especially the plushie, since the general consensus that it might harm the market of the official fanmerch of that series.

I've seen this happened before in jujutsu kaisen fandom when an artist drew some mock-up plushies of the characters, in which the style is exactly like the ones already issued by the company - just different characters they already released.
JP fans went batshit and QRTed the artist to take it down. I wasn't there to see the full-story but eventually the artist deleted the art and also their account.

Ive never seen companies going after fan creators though, so far it's always fans policing each other. They're already busy taking down aggregator sites and illegal ebooks being sold on amazon. So for now it's just fans scaring other fans lmao.

No. 944504

>>944499
* it might harm the official merch that series
Not 'official fanmerch'
sorry if it was confusing

No. 944832


No. 944848

>>944832
Do you have something you want to say

No. 944864

>>944332
Honestly I feel a US comiket would be a lot worse just because the US is so much more spread out than Japan. It would be a lot harder to get good artists to congregate when they’re spread all across the continent rather than all being a in a relatively small landmass like Japan.

No. 944869

>>944864
I don't see the problem. We already have East and South PAX and people go to those. Artists wouldn't be an issue considering the good ones migrate to those cons and others regularly because they do business that way. The only problem I see is that regulation for the types of doujin that can be sold. You know for a fact that most doujin is lolicon and shotacon at comiket. The US won't stand for that as well as the fact that comiket only allows cosplayers into certain areas and they must change out of cosplay before leaving those areas. A lot of people won't go because of that too. Degenerates what both and they won't get either.

No. 944876

>>944330
>>944499
Exactly, fan artists in Japan have to thread a very, very careful line because they're already working in a grey area and the companies are looking away only because they're creating free advertisement for them without taking away their revenue. For example a lot of Japanese fan artists ask people not to put their charms on display or photograph them and instead "support the official merchandise" due to the fear of being sued by the companies and having the whole doujinshi business shut down.

No. 944881

>>944869
Have you actually been to Comiket? Most fujo draw regular BL, not shota. Even the coomer artists mostly draw big tits (although obviously they do draw way more pedo crap then the women since scrotes are disgustig). Do your research and just don't go to Comiket on porn day. Comitia is probably better anyway since that focuses on original comics so it has a lot less coomer artists.

No. 944884

>>944881
It wouldn't work over here

No. 944886

We went from talking about zines and merch, and now it's artist alley / convention culture huh?
I'm quite curious though, personally I've organized artist alley before (true) but also because the concept was still new in my country, we made a lot of mistakes in the beginning and tried to integrate US and Japan's doujin convention culture.
Even now I'm still surprised that in US and Canada has annual convention for specific fandoms, like Supernatural etc.

What are you guys' ideal of a "good" convention? Like the variety of artists and the content they sell etc.

No. 944906

I stumbled upon recent GinjaNinjaOwO videos and my god is she fucking obnoxious. I used to watch some of her animations in the past but now she just symbol draws stuff with broken anatomy while acting like an annoying anime girl. Apparently she had some milk at some point? But I'm having a hard time finding anything clear about it.

No. 944909

>>935607
I did some digging and she probably has an inflated ego too since she won that light and dark competition and she was invited back to judge it. On a live stream she said that the NZ art community is very small and that she always feels like she has to be better than everyone else.

No. 944941

>>944886
What country you from, anon?

No. 944962

>>944097
>>944104
Ehhh I've been to Comiket and there are def shitty artists. A lot even, but there are like 50k+ booths so its inevitable that you see the full range of skill. I feel like in US ones is usually at the extremes of wither really good or DA-tier.

No. 945191

>>933479
Do you guys know the youtuber minori/minicuteclub?? I’ve been trying to see if there’s any threads or stuff on her, I feel like there’s a lot to unpack ngl. She just irks me so much…I can’t even explain it…
(Sorry if I’m using this wrong, I’ve never posted before!!)(namefag)

No. 945633

>>945191
Welcome. You don't need to write anything in 'name' field, btw.
https://lolcow.farm/info
https://lolcow.farm/rules
Why does she irk you? My japanese is basic af (N4), but she seems alright to me…

No. 945714

>>945191
maybe lurk for a while before posting minori

No. 945995

>>945714
Has she already been discussed? She’s definitely not as bad/cringey as the others here

No. 946007

>>945633
I actually like her Japanese channel — it’s her English one that for some reason bothers me.
She’s always bringing up how she’s on some no-eating diet lately, and I’m kinda concerned for the welfare of the dog she just adopted…I kinda feel like she just got it for clout

No. 946598

>>945191
I'm now wondering how often do people come here hoping some artist they just don't like the content/art of has some 'skeletons in the closet' to justify their dislike. Mute that channel

No. 946659

Kinda wanna get some input about this but I wanted to start posting art on tumblr again (mainly bc tumblr is relatively a chiller atmosphere than twitter nowadays) but idk if should just make a separate account or just make a sideblog from my main?

No. 946664

>>946007
Why do you get that impression? She’s just a kid friendly art channel and does pretty decently for herself. I think some of her mannerisms are awkward but beyond that I don’t see anything problematic

No. 946667

>>946598
I mean I’ll be honest that’s literally the exact reason I came here…idgaf if it’s justified or not though I just wanna talk shit

No. 946782

>>945191
>Give me knowledge!
>Okay now publish that knowledge with a semi-popular account because I don't have the numbers to enact vengeance myself!

No. 946792

Anyone else hear about the drama artedguru? He’s basically a Tiktok account that gives unsolicited “critique” (its all pretty soft stuff) on others art videos. There had been drama lately though as some are calling him pretentious and sexist and he only consistently praises male artist and has said certain crafts are not fine art which has upset a lot of people

No. 946863

>>946792
You got screenshots or anything? I've looked around and found no drama surrounding this guy.

No. 947000

>>946863
Went to his account to get you some but apparently he privated but would have been hard anyway since he deleted any comments that questions or criticized him anyway. I’m trying to find the other videos I’ve seen about him but Tiktok makes it hard to look up shit

No. 947034

>>946659
Sideblog if your art is too dissonant from the content of your main blog. If not, post on main.
Personally, I like to keep things separate (one personal account where I post whatever; one art only account where I post my stuff and reblog other people's).

No. 947043

Anons, what are your opinions on artists that keep posting photos of themselves alongside their art?

I recently found an artist with a style I really liked and went to their twitter profile to look at more of their stuff and follow them, but then in their media tab allI saw were selfies with only the occasional drawing here and there. Needless to say I ended up not following them. I want to see their art, not their face.

No. 947054

>>947043
sounds annoying, i wouldn't want to follow someone like that

No. 947071

>>947043
They're entitled to do whatever the fuck they want with their social media profiles but I think it's a dumb move to have an overwhelming constant stream of selfies and other non-art related content when you're trying to market yourself as an artist.

No. 947076

>>947071
It really grates me on Twitter when I go on an artist's account and there's nothing but dumbass memes or reaction images in the media tab and still have the gall to complain that nobody's looking at their art because of the evil algorithm.

No. 947086

>>947043
I'm not a fan of it, but I kinda get why it happens. Social Media has a tendency to put emphasis on an people more than art. And people are more likely to buy and support if they think they have a personal connection to you, and obviously if you look cute and cosplay on top of that it's a goldmine. I think the recent stream of 'support me because I'm something or other' supports this. You're supposed to follow/like/ buy from an artist because of who they are and not what they do. It's times like this where i miss dA because it didn't have the brutal upload schedules and constant spamming of stupid thoughts, selfies & opinions but I'm an oldfag I guess.

No. 947105

>>947043
I haven't seen that in a while but I wouldn't care for that person because as other anons said I want the emphasis on what they create not their face. Once a month or maybe every 2 weeks would seem ok for a face pic. Personally I never liked artists who draw themselves prettier than they are like some sort of disney character either.

No. 947109

>>947086
No, you're right. DeviantArt was a near perfect social platform for art. There wasn't bullshit like algorithms asking you to post several times a day otherwise you'llbecome essentially invisible, people would actually post art instead of selfies and memes or stupid hot takes, people actually talked about art.

I really miss DeviantArt. I wish it hadn't gone through that "eclipse" identity change and that it was still usable.

No. 947167

>>934908
How much did she make?

No. 947174

>>947043
The ones I see are women doing sexy cosplays, cuz nothing gets you a shit ton of followers and attention than a egirl in revealing costumes. It's such a cheap way to get engagement, but it sure as hell works like a charm every time with coomers ugh.

No. 947194

>>947043
My opinion is whether you like someone's art but doesn't vibe with their posting habit, perhaps just find other socials they have, or just bookmark their portfolio.
Artists can post whatever they want and there's no need to render every of them into art posting machine on their social media.

Also agreed with the deviantart thing. Usually back then I'd just check the artist's stack deviantions and called it a day, I didn't really care about their journals and polls they had.

No. 947203

>>946792
He’s a nice old man sharing his knowledge about fine art techniques on tiktok. A lot of people tag him in stuff because they’re curious of his reaction and he’s always tactful and complimentary towards the artwork even if it’s not his preference. Most of the women that are upset with him don’t understand that he refers to different pieces as fine art, craft art, or functional/decor art in a definitive way and not as a means to belittle anything outside of the fine art realm. It’s the stupidest shit seeing stitches on my feed calling him sexist for no viable reason.

No. 947263

>>947043
Not what you're talking about exactly, but:
>By pure luck you find a great artist that draws your fav underrated character/pairing
>Follow them
>90% of their posts are FGO gacha posts, pics of their cat/dog, or extremely vague blog posting
I feel like so many Japanese twitter artists are like this

No. 947308

No one posted this? Jazza is aware he definitely is a bit hypocritical, wonder how the second part will play out.

No. 947320

this is a bit random, but does putting age on your bio can actually ward off kids from following you?
I'm sick of majority of my new followers are literally 15-17yo and I don't want to associate with them.
I don't post nsfw on main, but the subjects of my art can be considered raunchy / dubious and I just want to feed fellow millennials like me.

No. 947323

>>947320

The best thing you can do is to state in your profile and/or your pinned that you don't want anyone under 18 to follow you. If a kid does end up following you then you've warned them and it was their choice to do it. That or you can check on your followers' profiles if they have their age stated anywhere, if they do and they are a minor you can block them.

Depending on the fandom you're making content for (if you're in a fandom that is) kids are unavoidable though. Stuff like Cookie Run and Genshin are crawling with kids.

No. 947329

>>947320
No, It’s actually possible that being older than them attracts them, kids are a pest.
Like sure, maybe a few will stop following you, but they’re following you because of the stuff you post, not because of you as a person.

No. 947343

>>947320
Or you can draw in a style that kids hate, like realism. your current style is probably very teen-friendly.

No. 947351

I dont mind an artist sometimes posting pics of their personal life, and in the case of Japanese artist, I usually adore their personal life pics, because they are so aesthetic. But in the case of most western artist, I want to see your work. Western artist just dont get that most folks generally don't care about you, or your personal shit,and only care about your work. Thats mainly the reason they follow you to begin with. It aint so hard to understand.

No. 947370

>>947351
I hope this is bait but you sound like a massive weeb. The only difference between both instances of blogposting is one appeases to your weeb sensibilities and one doesn’t. God forbid western artists post about their life on their own twitter instead of just being an impersonal art machine. Just unfollow, or stop being weird about artists liking to talk about their lives every now and then.

No. 947371

>>947370
nta, but most of the time when people follow an artist, they're only interesting in the art that they produce. if they end up warming up to and becoming interested in the artist as a person then it's a bonus, but most of the time that doesn't necessarily happen and it's why most people prefer when artists have separate personal and art accounts. that anon just worded it in a weeb ass way, though.

No. 947374

>>947351
I know what kind of Japanese artists you're talking about but honestly they can often write a lot about their lives, the only difference is you can't read japanese so you don't realize. I can think of several on the top of my head. Not to mention there are also western artists who don't post bloggy stuff. I don't think this is as much about east vs west as you think it is.

The bigger sin is twitter artists who use reaction gifs a lot so their media tab is all shitted up and you can't easily browse their art.

No. 947375

>>947320
Do you associate with a lot of fandoms that have mostly teen audiences? Whether or not you do, it can help to put something like "minors dni" in your profile and block anyone underage who follows you.

No. 947387

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>>947323 >>947329 >>947343 >>947375
Hi! Thank you for all your answers.

Here's to explain a bit of my situation, I'm not a fandom artist, I'd say my account operates somewhat similar to Hungry_Clicker. Where I occasionally draws one or two fan arts of something I interested in, the rest are just original arts. My original arts aren't… OC roleplay deviantart types either. They're moody and random. picrel is an example (this is from @Quingyi33, not my art, but the depiction is close to what I usually do).

Now that I think about it, the way I draw characters can be considered "too cute", in which I understand it appeals to the kids. I've been drawing for 10+ years and I'm comfortable with my current style, and I don't plan to change it.

As for the "minor DNI" suggestion… I myself have problems with those put that in their bio (formerly calling themselves "proshipper"). I'm aware they're my age, but the way they constantly thirst tweet at artists really gross me out.

I've seen some folks only put their age (↑30) in their bio, so I'm curious if I should try that.

No. 947396

>>947387
I haven't read most of your other post, but I just wanted to say that putting "minors DNI" or "18+" doesn't mean you're a pro-shipper, and other people won't think you are because of that. Some accounts I follower are 18+ and don't even post NSFW content that often. The only issue is, a lot of people will ignore that part of your bio so you would have to frequently block accounts. A lot of people use "minors DNI", it's definitely not a pro-shipper thing at all. Don't let that internet stuff dictate how you choose the audience for your content.

No. 947398

>>947396
Samefag, but also drawing cute stuff doesn't mean you have to interact with minors.

No. 947407

>>947398

This is my only original post.
>>947320

My intention is to curate my audience in general. I was happy with this way of posting for several years on tumblr and twitter (I even shitposted back then too).
I think the influx of more people using twitter during the pandemic + I'm growing older as new audience pouring in, it's a little difficult to keep the same chill vibe I used to have with my feed.

As for information about 'minor DNI' = proshipper, I have myself a blocklist of these accounts and I can confirm that they've been constantly rebranding themselves "proshipper" - "anti-anti" - "anti-harassment" - "minor DNI".

I think this video is more up to date with the term. (first time posting link here, so I apologize for not hyperlink it correctly)

No. 947411

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>>947387
I was this anon >>947375 and yes, I could see why you may not want to put "minors dni" in your profile. However, unless you draw very fandom-heavy stuff (which you've said you don't) or engage in discourse, I doubt any one is going to assume you're a pro-shipper or anything. You don't have to put it there if you don't want to though. Putting your age might help, but most are just going to follow you regardless. I'd say the strongest thing you can do is just block people who are underaged and following you, and try to associate with other adult artists so your art circulates more within mature spaces. Your pic rel is very pretty, it reminds me of the art style from "Haibane Renmei" (though maybe it's just the wings). Wish you luck anon!

No. 947415

>>947387
link to this artist?

No. 947417

>>947387
If you're talking about insta, set your profile to creator. In options under "Creator" choose "Minimum Age." Your page won't show for anyone under the age you set as long as they have their birthday attached to their account

No. 947422

>>947415
Here's link to the artist (it seems that I spelled their handle wrong, oops).
https://twitter.com/Qingyi33

>>947411
I love Haibane Renmei! I do get nostalgic of 90s-early 2000s kind of visual novel art style, I think that's what I've been gearing towards to for my style too. I don't mind sharing a list of artists that share similar theme of "innocent but dark" embed in their arts (I think there might be an art recommendation thread somewhere in here?).
And thanks for the suggestion! I will try switch between putting age in bio and 'minor DNI' here and then.
While I avoid discourse at all costs, I was targeted once by a group of autist fujo (it's complicated, just that one of them was really creepy towards me, I defended myself and the creep brought their friends to target me). Which is why I'm very concerned with what kind people attracted to my arts now.
Sorry for going on a tangent, because of this incident that I feel even less and less with autistic people, I don't know when is the next time I'm being called "ableist" for just blocking someone horny in my DM.

No. 947424

>>947417
this is for twitter! I will keep this in mind if I ever use instagram though. thank you.

No. 947428

>>947424
Nta but same if you put "artist", I have mine set to 18 in general and 21 for united states because they're bitchy.

No. 947434

>>947407
I understand your concerns with the whole rebranding thing some communities like to do, but I think you should still go for it. There are tons of art accounts that use minors DNI and I've seen it since before I knew about the whole anti/pro-shipper thing. Pro-shippers are probably just using it cause everyone else does. You can always use "18+" though, it's to the point without any acronyms, and the only people it could be associated with is NSFW artists, which isn't necessarily bad.
Good luck though, I hope your able to connect with your audience better and have more fun posting on your account.

No. 947446

>>944410
Here’s my US artist alley perspective. I have a large following, but no one is willing to fund me online for my creation (patreon, kofi, etc). People are eager to consume my content 100k+ interactions on every piece, but it’s not financially worth anything. However if I put out tangible goods, people are more willing to buy.

I fucking wish 1% of my following could give me a $1 so I could do art stressfree and full time but it’s not like that. Since the pandemic I am constantly bitter and wished that I invested time into YouTube or something, because at least income is passively earned vs me drawing my ass off and getting my art stolen and exploited.

No. 947460

>>947351
you sound like a scrote with yellow fever

>>947417
I didn't know this was a thing thank you anon

>>947446
I used to feel salty about 10k+ artists who would easily get thousands of RTs and likes on their stuff. I could only assume those numbers would easily net commissions or paying patreons but I was wrong. A few times I've seen artists do numbers on their work but the moment they shill a paywall or sales link under it's all crickets. 3 likes and one retweet, that retweet being the artist's reminding their followers they need to eat and pay bills.
>because at least income is passively earned vs me drawing my ass off and getting my art stolen and exploited.
holy shit are you me. I abandoned my old account with a modest following because my stuff would barely get any traction and returns but would end up getting stolen on aliexpress or reposted with more engagement anyway. It's just depressing.

No. 947482

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>>947422
That's so cool you like drawing that type of style! Pic rel is from Clannad, I haven't actually read through the visual novel or even watched the anime, but I love the art (and music!) from that era too so I save pictures of it. I'm so sorry that you were targeted before, I have also dealt with autist fujos and a TRA sperg in a fandom I was apart of, but luckily was never targeted like you were. It has made me heavily filter all the content if I ever engage in the fandom again. These people take it personally that you don't want to engage in their degeneracy unfortunately. I can see why you want to be careful with how you present your profile now.

No. 947489

>>947446
Oh boy I really felt that. I have 30k followers, people constantly ask me about ommissions and prints but once I actually start selling it‘s almost radio silence, People just want to look at stuff for free. I also wish I had chosen a platform where you can monetize people looking at stuff for free, now I have to work my ass off i in hopes to reach someone who thinks my art is worth spending money on.

I know it’s an entitled mindset but I‘m bitter because it made me realize nobody truly cares about my art, I’m just another pretty drawing on their feed like millions of others.

No. 947492

>>947489
Have you started doing commissions lately? My followers count is less than 5k, I've been doing commissions consistently for six years. Each of my commission is over $100 - so it's not that I'm selling cheap at all.
My commissioners are mostly regulars. New commissioners find my art through their commission referral channels too(I'm aware that active commissioners keep a list of active artist handy).
My tip is to keep posting your commissions regularly, with 30k followers I'm sure the circulation will have your art reach the big wallet crowd.

No. 947497

>>947434
I will keep it in mind, thanks!
>>947482
>These people take it personally that you don't want to engage in their degeneracy unfortunately.
yeah… I need to remind myself that too. The reason why the drama escalated was because I found myself too thin skinned and took their accusations too seriously. I appreciate this anon (and the Clannad art! I miss that, despite the bug eyes people make fun of it for).

While on topic of old school visual novel, I love them for their arts AND the music. Tori no Uta - Air will forever stays in my heart. Here's my favorite version on soundcloud.
https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/Kk13avh7oXkxC2i97

No. 947502

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Some anons talked earlier about how young artists will copy rendering from someone and thus create nice looking pieces without anything behind it, but I find it interesting how they never follow the original artist when I encounter a case of it on social media. I feel like in most cases the artist will simply block the imitator. Even though artstyle theft isn't real, something as blatant as this just feels disrespectful in a way.
This person is 14 according to their bio and it's clear that they only know how to draw pretty faces in this specific way, while the other artist is over 20 and capable of much more and has obviously practiced for years. Also notable how the imitator has put "do not steal my art" in their bio.

No. 947520

>>947502
That's such a dumb topic imo
How can you copy someone's rendering when the same type of rendering is floating around everywhere LMAO

No. 947525

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>>947502
I checked twitter of the artist on the left, I'm sorry but their painting style is Really, really reminding me of @9ibem on twitter (picrel). While the line style is like most of the korean art twitters I follow.

While style "copying" is a grey area of debate online right now, I do get annoyed when I noticed someone blatantly copied someone I recognized.

No. 947542

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>>947525
>style copying
It does bother me when I see art that's obviously "inspired" by something I recognize. picrel I see a bunch of artists doing this aesthetic and sometimes I legitimately can't tell at first if it's a repost. It's strange though, if someone were to ape the Simpsons or DBZ style I don't think people will be up in arms about it granted these shows kinda "own" that style at this point there's really no way for anyone else to claim it's theirs. I guess it's a matter of relevancy on what becomes a parody or a "rip off".

No. 947554

>>947525
>their painting style is Really, really reminding me of @9ibem on twitter

anon, anybody with a hard round brush on photoshop with transfer on has the same """"render style"""" what the fuck are you on about kek

No. 947562

>>947520
True, I guess "style" is what I meant. Maybe it's just me, but if I saw that someone is drawing in the exact same way as me, to the point where you couldn't really distinguish who made what anymore, it would be really annoying and off-putting. Especially when you consider them getting clout for it, just feels undeserved imo. An elitist take or whatever, but I don't think you can take pride in something copied. Copies are for studies and sometimes for commercial reasons. Of course looking at a pretty picture you made will make you feel good regardless of how it came to be, but when you try to draw from imagination and can't do anything but a cute left-facing head without relying on not only reference but also the interpretation of one specific artist, it's just pathetic.

>>947525
I see what you mean and while their painting styles do look similar, it's still easy to tell which one made which because there are differences in how they paint and structure faces for example. Artists will naturally take inspiration from one another and will try to do certain things the same way others do. With the comparison of mugenoumi and los3r the latter copied the facial proportions exactly, like the big eyes and their overall shape, the tiny nose and sharp chin (again, traits that many artists will stylize this way, but not all art looks exactly the same, does it?). I know that artists who copy in this way will eventually develop their own way of drawing and it will look different, I've seen it happen many times. The original intention of my post was just to point out how these people are never following the artist they copy so much kek

No. 947719

I know a lot of people might say it’s too late to do it, but I’ve been bored and seriously considering starting an art youtube channel. I guess I’m wondering if it would be worth it or if there’s something better I should do. I know growth will be super slow so I wouldn’t be going in with high expectations, it can take people years before they make money off of it, but I think it might help me improve my communication skills and occupy myself. I don’t have nice equipment though, pretty much just my phone and laptop.

Has anyone here actually tried starting an art channel or has one? What was it like and would you say it was worth it or that you learned anything?

No. 947741

I'm in a huge art block. I despise everything I make. I used to do lineless painterly art but now everything looks pasty and ugly. If I try lineart then it looks flimsy and muddy, if it's bolder then everything looks too cartoony. I've been drawing for years but everything looks amateurish still and I don't know what to do. The same techniques work on others but if I try them out it looks like ass. I'm starting to think that art really isn't my thing, which would be fucking awful since I've wasted so much time on it.

No. 947748

>>942610
There's a lot of female artists who don't do that but I may overestimate the popularity of fine art type painters or "wel-known" (to me lol) illustrators.

No. 947761

>>941534
If I remember correctly she's always been pulling "woe is me" numbers like fake hate-mail, temporarily deleting, creating new accounts and so on, she's the cliché of autism and really just as messy as that fandom (which has most likely brought her lots of sales.) The truth is probably that she simply doesn't have to rely on that one fandom anymore, has managed to transfer to "generalized woke fan content" successfully and is over it.

No. 947763

>>947741
you're talking about techniques but haven't said what you want to draw, what are your ideas? why do you want a lineless style, or design and paint the way you do, does it enhance your drawing concepts? focus less on how others are drawing their concepts and more on what drawing techniques would look best to communicate Your ideas

No. 947775

>>947719
my best bet is to start it without money in mind. if you make your channel thinking about getting money from it from the get go, you'll quickly grow frustrated because just like you stated, money on youtube takes a while. start it for fun, occasionally dabble in some art trends here and there, look at tiktok for those. i'd say to make some speedpaints explaining your process, make small videos talking about art things such as programs or materials. if you really want to, have someone make a vtuber avatar for yourself or just an avatar in general so people have something to attribute to your image if you don't want to show your face.

No. 947891

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>>947525
>>947542
>While the line style is like most of the korean art twitters I follow.

Anon probably never study art history, while the technique and subject maybe is the same, the whole piece and composistion is different.

Pic related, will you consider artist in the right stealing the art style on the left?? Both of them are impressionism artist.

The reason why artists has obviously similliar art style with anothers because the art style has a huge market with it. Probably the major case is the term of "Riot" "Disney" "Blizzard" "Calart" Art style because it really sold well to the industry. And the artstyle has certain audience with it.

Personally I believe art style theft is real.I think the best way to avoid it to not focus soly one artist insipired and don't make their branding and main theme/fandom similiar because it will fall into identity theft.

Most artist try their best to make pretty art and money, and to make money they need appeal to certain market.

Sorry for the rant

No. 947936

>>947891
Yeah plus it's not even only the market, it's also that it's a cultural practice and art borrows from art and artists learn from other art, ideas and materials evolve. There's a reason you can tell which time and place a given piece is from.

No. 947953

>>947554
Couldn't bring the exact example here, I observed this artist for a long time, and when I browsed the artist from OP I did notice the exact resemblance in their progress.
>>947562
Maybe I'm just old and I haven't observed much of what young people are drawing after each other these days. I do see mugenoumi's style is a derivation of various artists I already followed ever since drawr.net was active (you can observe the artist's process here due to its speed paint function). I'm in no way to insult them nor los3r though, just another outsider's observation.
>>947891
No need to flex about your art history study here nonny. The culture of international online artists are different from impressionism art studies. To non-artists they see every online weeb art are just, "Anime". So I'm not sure what are you trying to explain here.

No. 948013

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>>947953
>The culture of international online artists are different from impressionism art studies
>impressionism art studies
Anon I don't know if your reading comprehension is poor or it just me poorly writing it.
>>947936
This. The past culture is a reflection to current culture nonnie. You said the normie see as online anime artist while the anime style itself pretty diverse by their time period and their is a reason why they called it 80"s ,90"s , 00"s anime art style because how the popular culture back then affecting each sepific art style and the market.
Then since our current art online culture is pretty diverse because the world become more global and internet, the culture is really similliar to the past when you compare it.

No. 948029

>>948013
Ah, definitely poor wording choice from me. What I meant was your art history knowledge/understanding/information. I forgot nowadays "studies" means drawing after something as a study.

No. 948034

>"I'm not ashamed to say that I was looking for part-time work. I don't think there's anything wrong if a person can't do art full time"

I get really tired of when she says this. Am I outta touch or do artists really shame other artists who don't do art full-time and have a part-time job to help get by alongside with their art? She has said this a few times and it irritates me but maybe I'm sheltered and naive to not think this actually happens? I'm not active in the art community so I'm willing to accept being wrong here but a part of me feels like she's being overly dramatic when she says this.

No. 948042

>>948034
Ive never seen artists shaming others for not doing full-time. Quite opposite actually, we are all afraid of capitalizing our hobbies, kinda loses its meaning especially when you just want to draw self-indulgent stuffs, or just want to participate in nonprofit art projects.

No. 948065

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is this really necessary? no but it’s funny kek

No. 948083

>>948034
I thought today’s workaholic culture made it cool to do multiple jobs because you’re “hustling” and “doing the grind”. Who is this person and why are they making fake drama to give themselves fake brownie points. Also wtf is that art in the thumbnail, is it suppose to be some kind of emo dinosaur furry?

No. 948236

>>948042
Right exactly. I've heard the reverse where an artist can face some belittlement if they decide to do art full-time and quit their IRL job altogether but never the opposite.

>>948083
Like I mentioned with the other comment, right I have seen the "hustling" encouraged, especially with artists but more importantly, no shame towards artists who both do art part-time while working part-time IRL jobs as well. As for the artist in question, her name is Twisted Disaster (or "Michie" which is her nickname). She's a part of the art commentary side of YouTube and the thing she's most known for is being friends with Holly Brown and their Zine fail fiasco a couple years back. There was also that one time where she claimed her and husband were homeless when they really weren't and were just living in her in-laws garage after they told them that they wanted them to move out.

And yeah her art style is pretty polarizing tbh, you either like it or you don't. Personally I do like her coloring and inking but her character design is unappealing but she claims that she's inspired by western cartoon styles and she tries to apply that to her own style. I think her problem is how she draws eyes too close together and something with the nose.

No. 948239

>>948236
Samefaq but I just thought of perhaps why her style is so unappealing. she mentioned in the video that she's into western cartoon styles like Futurama and Simpsons (as ell as Disney) and I think the reason why her art may look so jarring is because she uses a very detailed and somewhat dramatic shading/highlighting style.

Like try imagining what cartoons like Futurama, Simpsons, and/or Family Would would look like if they had overly detailed shadows and highlights? I'm pretty sure it would look jarring as fuck. So maybe for a style like hers, if she cut down on the overly done shading styles, it would look a lot better?

No. 948244

>>948239
I'm new to the whole youtube artist community, only heard about creepyshow art awhile ago because Kat Blaque mentioned her and the drama.
(kinda wishful thoughts from me but I'd love to see more of Kat Blaque's timelapse videos, the way she narrates her story/opinion and the refined painting style really soothes me).

I checked Holly Brown and Hopeless Peaches for a bit, and idk how to explain it but their commentary style is so… condescending? It feels like reading tweets of incredibly sheltered kids that overdramatize every of their little problems. I thought it was just me not finding them relatable, then I actually forgot theyre mostly white women.

As for my two cents about being a full-time freelance artist… it fucking sucks man. Like the money is better than working at a studio that going to exploit you with overtime (+office drama bs). It's incredibly lonely, and requires a lot of self-discipline to keep your life structured. Oh, and the overwhelming feeling of Shit when you failed to meet the deadline, and/or unable to meet the milestones you supposed to achieve in that year.
I kinda get how most popular online artists are mobage addicts and turning to streaming/vtuber. Though even if I try these options myself, I'd feel Worse for procrastinating.

No. 948247

>>947374
>The bigger sin is twitter artists who use reaction gifs a lot so their media tab is all shitted up and you can't easily browse their art
Amazed at how Twitter doesn't have a gallery layout to more easily find art

No. 948248

>>948239
Same anon here. >>948244
Idk if you wanted to discuss more of Michie's art style and why it seems put off for a lot of people. I think it's less of "putting too much shadow on eyes while remain western cartoon", more of the structured of the facial features (placements of eye balls, nose, lips, etc). Even western cartoon has its own structure to make the animation smooth in between frames, understanding the "cartoon skull / skeleton" can help a lot to bridge the audience to the style, while remaining its uncanny, horror style (if it was the intention).

It makes me think of how much I dislike of IRL friends and relatives kept asking me to draw "chibis". For the love of god I hate how chibi anatomy is incomprehensible to me. Merch artists that are able to squeeze out the cuteness of their chibis have my respect tbh.

No. 948255

>>947374
>The bigger sin is twitter artists who use reaction gifs a lot so their media tab is all shitted up and you can't easily browse their art.
Fuck, this is so true. Fortunately some artists at least have the decency to make a thread of all of their artwork. I still never follow artists like that though.

No. 948263

>>948065
Is that his real ass?

No. 948313

>>948244
Gotcha anon. I've been in the YouTube art commentary scene as a viewer since about 2017 give or take. About you not finding Holly Brown and Hopeless Peaches relatable, I'm the same as well as a fellow POC. I never liked Holly Brown's art style and I agree that she did come off as condescendingly smug which was a big turn off for me, especially since I'm older than her so I never stuck around to watch her videos. Hopeless Peaches I didn't watch a lot of but from what I saw, I couldn't relate due to the age gap (I'm in my late 20s to give context). However unlike Holly, I thought Peaches had a rather nice art style.

And right, I've heard stories of how being a full-time artist can be draining and can even make one dislike drawing. I think with Patreon being a thing, I feel like if you can garner an audience, that would be a lot better than depending on studio work because at least then you'd be drawing things that truly interest you.

No. 948316

>>948248
Same anon here >>948313

I think you're also right that maybe what's also not helping her style is how much she lacks fundamentals. The coloring may look like she does but upon closer look, everything just looks so wonky. I checked out some of the artists she name dropped who inspire her and the thing with these artists is that these seem to have a grasp on some basic fundamentals and thus their styles look more refined with cohesion even though they are toony in nature.

Michie has admitted in the past that she doesn't really practice because "she doesn't have time to" because as she always feels she has to remind her audience, she "has bills to pay and pets to feed" and blah blah.

And yeah I think she was doing a lot of chibi-style work at one point and it feels like she tried to incorporate that into her regular style that just further makes things weird looking. I'm just curious if maybe her stuff would look like non-cohesive if she tried a simpler coloring style

No. 948499

>>948034
>"I'm not ashamed to say that I was looking for part-time work. I don't think there's anything wrong if a person can't do art full time”
Wow what a brave, yet controversial statement, such a person is so forward thinking. It’s extraordinary that the only thing that stopped her was expecting above average pay in a minimum wage job, and expecting a managing position(with no prior experience) after not working in retail for 4 years

No. 948523

>>948244
anon, if you don't mind disclosing, what do you do as a fulltime freelance artist? do you run a Patreon, do personal commissions, or run a shop? do you have a lot of passive income? do you still do work for major companies, just not as an employee? also do you have any tips on how to go freelance fulltime. thank you so much anon!

No. 948635

>>948499
Kek oh my gosh I forgot about her ridiculousness when she was looking for part-time work. You're right, she hadn't been working in 3-4 years and then all of a sudden was expecting to get a part-time job that paid above minimum wage or a management position even though she has no experience and has been out of work for so long.

I also remember how she complained about her health and weight problems that prevent her from getting jobs in places where she could make above minimum wage like factory work or working for a place like UPS. But even for white-collar type jobs, she doesn't want to do work where she's sitting at a desk working on a computer because she doesn't want it to interfere when she gets home and continues to do her art-related work on her computer.

She was being so freaking ridiculous. She doesn't want to work regular retail because "it doesn't pay enough to put gas min my car", she doesn't want to work for a place like UPS because she has back problems from her being obese, she doesn't want to work a computer job because she thinks it will interfere with her art work… It'd like what the fuck does she want then? Because even with her art "job", she has a backlog on top of a backlog of commissions she owes, some of which are at least 1-2 years old now. And with a style like hers, I doubt she's making that much from commissions alone since it seems her market consists of teenagers and maybe the occasional young adult who's in a fandom she's into. And according to Patreon, she makes about $400+ which probably isn't a lot considering she lives in southern California.

I dunno, she's a trip lol.

No. 948741

>>948523
I think I'd be the worst candidate when it comes to "full-time freelance advice" considering I've taken a dive at my job performance due to a major drama that worsen my depression. I draw so incredibly slow now.

Here are a few things that keep me floating & not get in debt:
- I still live with my family and don't have to pay out $500 for rent each month.
- I cook, too, even before the pandemic. So managing meals finance is not that difficult (and keeping me on a healthy diet.)
- I don't go out as much, so theres no need for me to buy new clothes frequently.

That's pretty much how I pinch money. Commission makes the most of my income. My patreon doesn't yield enough to buy a gift card, but still passive money for old arts.
From what I've been told, running a store would be ideal for earn passive income, and people love keeping trinkets, so if you have enough energy to do the whole progress of drawing> QA testing> print> ship. Eh, do it.
I used to occasionally got outsourced by companies before my depression took me over. I think it had something to do with me being more active online and earned a lot of trust within my peers, who are in the industry. So be loud online, be a simp, social capital does you good.

No. 948754

I guess Loish had some work stolen and put on an NFT site
On a side note, as much as I like this guy's videos I feel like he has a weird fixation for Loish. In so many of his videos he brings up loish like he doesn't know who to put as a good digital color artist other than her.

No. 948795

>>947460
>I used to feel salty about 10k+ artists who would easily get thousands of RTs and likes on their stuff. I could only assume those numbers would easily net commissions or paying patreons but I was wrong.
I'm one of those 10k+ artists, in the past year I've uploaded a lot of high-effort art every other week with some of them even getting 10k+ likes. So far I've earned $5 on kofi.

>>948741
>So be loud online, be a simp, social capital does you good.
I know how true this is but I'm so shy to talk with my mutuals. They seem to be online 24/7 and I'm just wary about being on social media too much.

No. 948808

>>948795
omg anon are you me. I wouldn't be hanging around on LC if I were chatting a storm in my mutuals' comment section right now.

But yeah, people will like you more when you engage with their art. It doesn't have to be Constant Love-bombing (because i know it'd turn me Off too). I have an eye for grifters and I avoid befriending them, while keeping in contact & check in with mutuals for our shared interests at the time. This is why twitter feed is SO annoying at every anime or game announcement, it has been a tradition for years to livetweet reaction on twitter, so it's double bonus if you have a sense of humor.

now I'm too thin-skinned to tweet opinions, hell, bitches even google translate me when I'm not tweeting in English. If any of you ever religious, pray to never land yourself a group of jealous bitches that would monitor every of your movements. I've seen this happened with people I follow that would eventually deleted their accounts and go full hermit.

No. 948831

>>944001
>>944074
>>944091
>>944097
>>944104
i'm curious now at what japanese artist alleys look like. anyone got good photos?

No. 948837

>>948831
People don’t usually take photos at doujinshi events, you can google comiket/comic market to see some

No. 948841

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>>948831
here's comiket 2019
from what ive been told the sweat can accumulate so much that there's be clouds indoor lmao

No. 948842

>>948841
Imagine all the pedos you could a-log there, concentrated all in one place, the kind of people who make and buy loli shit(derailing)

No. 948843

>>948842
why does it has anything to do with loli pedo shit. Are you the same anon that keeps bringing in the thread "oh eeew lolicon" as if every nerdy adults want to fuck kids.

I don't personally table at comiket due to how Hot the venue is. Nerdy men is incredibly docile irl so I'm never worried about them. If I raise my voice Once they'd scuttle out quickly. I got to meet fellow artists that I ever interacted online before, and ones that never had much presence online but well-respected within the community.

No. 948847

>>948244
I wish we could be friends.
I’m going through this too, being a freelance artist is really hard… people say that it’s lonely and you figure it will be that way, but you don’t know just how lonely it really is. It’s scary

No. 948859

>>948847
Same anon you're replying to. Share your lonely freelance woes to us nonny.

I think a few threads ago, someone mentioned making a discord for art salt anons. But now I think about it, it's hard to avoid Discourse when congregated.
Shy ones would gossip, most active ones will be the most to be talked about. I used to be really outspoken until anxiety got better of me.
I think twitter really does it worse for artists with the whole follower/following being displayed in public. I can't promise I wouldn't change my attitude 300% after learning you're some bigshot too. Even if I try So Hard to smooth my brain out, I still can't stop comparing myself to my peers. Then I had no choice but to pick self-isolation.

No. 948869

>>948843
You're very naive to believe there aren't any pedophiles there, weeb scrotes are specially creepy.(derailing)

No. 948875

>>948869
holyshit, i just wanted to include a photo of comiket and discuss artist alley culture. If you don't want to go there, good for you. No one wants to talk about anime pedos and you keep bringing them up. Got something want to get out of your chest nonny?

No. 948888

>>948875
I mean, you were the one that started saying that weeb scrotes are "so shy and wouldnt' hurt a fly and most absolutely aren't pedophiles" which is bs, maybe if we were talking about female weebs but men? lmao they're all degenerate.

No. 948892

>>948888
Holy fuck shut up we get it

No. 948901

>>948892
Why are you so triggered about someone stating a simple fact? they aren't going to pick you lol

No. 948905

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>Yueko: wants to have a big group of vtuber stream partners to make it seem like she has friends
>Yueko: sells a NFT of a piece featuring one of the recently graduated AtoLive members who is openly anti-NFT
>Also Yueko: wonders why she doesn’t have actual friends

No. 948913

>>948905
I try to be neutral regarding NFTs but to me selling NFTs that contain someone else's OC/Vtuber/design without the other person's permission/sharing the money just feels wrong. If yueko wants to make NFTs then that's her problem but she should at least use random characters or her own OCs.

No. 948924

>>948905
can anyone do a run down yueko's milk for me? from what i remembered from this thread
>got account hacked once, the hackers even held hostage of her account. She constantly bitched about it until her account was fixed a week later.
>pro-NFT and trying so hard to own people in her replies. just basic deranged speech.
>flaunting a lot on main? like the amount of money she'd charge for a commission. "yeah i was contracted by big companies (never namedrop which one), they wouldn't take up work if it werent charged at 50k" or some twitter flex bullshit.

correct me if im wrong, i dont give a fuck about this woman or her art, her attitude just invokes my inner schadenfreude

No. 948928

>>948924
she also tries really fucking hard to be liked by her fans and probably also by bitbros now. yueko's tweets just scream insecure to me, like she desperately wants to have others' validation for what she's doing.

No. 948931

>>948905
holy fuck that arm
>>948924
Scroll up a bit, something about NZ artists disliking her and how she hogs convention tables

No. 948940

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Unpopular opinion, as much I 'm against NFT, I will never understand with some artist attidue who went 180 when they found out their favorite artist doing Nft.
>>948905
her vtuber friend allowed it so..??

No. 948941

>>948940
Oh, I see a lot of artists who find out another artist is doing NTFs and they don't unfollow or anything because they like their art, but they have mentioned how it really bogs down their like towards the person as a person, not just a creator. Supporting NTFs makes you an asshole, tbh. Straight up.

No. 948946

>>948940

Many artists I loved got into NFT and I kept following them for their work, but I no longer admire them as people. It even feels a bit bitter seeing their work on my TL, as much as I still am a fan of what they produce.

Someone people take it too far and start hating their favourite artists if they get into NFT, which I find too extreme.

No. 948947

>>948946
*Some people

No. 948948

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>>948905
>>948931
Hmmmmm i thought it was just the arm was weird, seems like clamp anatomy syndrome. I didnt notice the underboob until just now.

No. 948950

Hey, no salt or anything, but does anyone have any art videos that i can start studying? I havent been drawing for the past months, and I feel like a newbie again. I really want to go back to the basics, but im not sure where to start.

No. 948951

>>948948
Honestly looks fine to me. I honestly don't get the critique for measurements as long as it makes enough sense where I can tell the form is human or some kind of anthro thing. Like the whole 5 heads tall athing too. I thought they looked CLAMP-y. Maybe it's because I grew up with that syle and really like CBBB and X, so I've always never thought much about fantastical creations, but when you try to do actual human, 1:1 type of work like cathedral work, I'd be more harsh.

No. 948958

>>948946
>>948941
I think it's understandable when people start questioning artist as a person when they started doing NFT stuff ,but in some extreme cases people started to act like martin luther when they found out their faves doing NFT.
Honestly it lead with my biggest problem with modern online art community which is how crazy the parasocial relationship between artist and their followers.

>>948950
Burnout reason anon?

No. 948961

>>948958
Tbh, good. I hope people with balls quote retweet and callout these artists. It's the only way to make it clear how disconnected you are from the community the artist has become. NFTs supporters are just as garbage.

No. 948962

>>948958
Typical case where two ends of an argument end up looking identical when at extremes. It's one thing to disapprove of an artist when they start doing NFTs, it's another to start compulsively hating them to the point of obsession. These people need to touch grass and get some therapy. The people who lovebomb these NFT artists are the same except they're so "optimist" about it all that they sound balls-to-the-wall delusional and act as if they were gods of technological advance for using virtual money. These people also need therapy and to touch some grass.

No. 948966

>>948958
work keeping me busy. I tried to draw again, feel like i forgot how, and gotten worse.

No. 948967

>>948961
>It's the only way to make it clear how disconnected you are from the community the artist has become.
Not sure what you mean? I pretty sure the community become more divided even the minority one as the years progress.
>>948962
Yeah pretty much this

No. 948982

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regarding NFT, I stumbled upon this thread which seems the most sane to me.
https://twitter.com/Lystrialle/status/1451941284264898575?s=20

As current debate goes. JP twitter are currently spreading awareness about NFTs. Even the creator of skeb also stated his neutral stance on NFT, and refuses to implement it on skeb. Japan is more familiar with the market bubble in the 90s that they don't want to risk it again. And all the deranged overseas lecturing about the environment wouldn't be as effective in here, considering greenwashing is already rampant in Asia.

No. 948995

>>942725
Going off of what his friends have said in the past (IIRC Stamper once described him as "lighter than Will Smith") he's most likely biracial. His nationality is Swiss-American. IIRC his mom is Swiss and his dad is another race, most likely a lighter-skinned black man. It tracks with his weird fascination with Nazis and racism. He's shown disdain for black people before. Growing up in Switzerland probably gave him some complex about his non-white half.

No. 949030

>>948982
I'm glad you brought up this thread anon. I was reading a JP artist's account yesterday, they naively brought up the subject of NFTs and suddenly their replies were flooded with English comments going, "they're killing the planet!". I don't even like NFTs but to me they might as well have said "NFTs are controlled by lizard people and have mind-control nanomachines". Bringing up something with no obvious correlation just makes them sound crazy.

No. 949147

>>948841
Literally over 500k attendees. I have no doubt that if 2020 Olympics and Comiket went as planned it would've been a huge clusterfuck of ~750k+

No. 949148

>>949030
Why not just do your own research on the subject instead of dismissing it?

No. 949156

>>949030
No problem. I've seen enough dumb brats going out of their way to harass artists. Twitter in which was supposed to spread awareness, now becoming a misinformation mess scrawled with deranged teens. Seeing what happened to EDALOG still got me very bitter.

>>949148
NAYR, i dont see anon was trying to dismiss anything? What are you trying to say?

No. 949242

>>948940
This is the second time in the past week that Yueko has stirred up some NFT shitstorm and then tried to recover by donating the proceeds to charity.

No. 949249

>>949242
makes me wonder if she truly does donate to charity. and if she does, then if the amount is truly substantial.

part of me thinks she either doesn't donate at all, or she only donated once and keeps using that one case, or if she donates ridiculously small amounts and pockets the rest.

No. 949330

>>949273
Yueko only cares about herself and her image, I'm not surprised that she isn't above lying if it means it'll justify her supporting NFTs and make her image seem better.

No. 949353

>>948951
>some kind of anthro thing
Are you the raymond anon by any chance?

No. 949356

>>948958
the parasocial relationship between artists and followers is absolute insanity. they act like the artist just murdered fifteen cats and got outted for consuming human flesh

and then proceed to constantly qrt them talking about how disappointed they are and thought that they were "better than this".

I have a neutral stance on NFTs in the sense that I really don't care to get into an argument about them and if someone makes them, I don't care. But I'm also not naive enough to think that people won't take advantage of a new way to make money from bitbros even if it is a temporary bubble.

No. 949413

>>949249
I wouldn’t be surprised if she doesn’t donate all of the money. She’s never posted a receipt showing the actual amount she donated. They’re always cropped to just show the foundation name and “Thank you for donating” or the amount donated is blacked out. If she really donated all of the money, why would she need to hide the amount?

No. 949429

>>948905
To be fair, Rosuuri and Nana Nanatsuki are too disconnected from Atelier Live to even look like a group. The rest of AtloLive can only give her chump change as far as numbers are concerned.
>>948924
Her streams are painfully boring and her coping mechanism is to be an active participant in the NFT "conversation." Honestly, the hacker should have wiped the account when they had the chance, fuck money.

No. 949470

>>949429
yueko's vtuber trait is female equivalent of bitbro + boring artist, AtoLive has always been boring because it wasn't formed for the sake of friends having fun as vtubers and making videos about stuff that they like. It was formed for status to seem like a "closed group of elite artist vtubers", hence why it lasted for so little time before a chunk of it started to graduate.

yueko said it herself in one of her streams, "i feel the need to be the best". it's all that matters to her.

No. 949504

>>949356
I think NFTs are pretty scummy in general but I think the thing that makes me not want to join in and give artists the side eye that do is the amount of times I've seen people steal art or hack into the accounts of people who NEED social media for their jobs in order to sell NFTs. I've never seen people fuck over others this much until NFTs started showing up. It's also just a huge scam, just save the image bro, I don't get why that doesn't click in people's head

No. 949536

>>949470
AtoLive was Yueko’s way of trying to compete with Hololive, especially with Ina. It’s pretty funny that she really tried to pander to Ina for a while but Ina never interacted with her.

>>949504
NFTs are just another way for unlikeable scrotes with no personality to try to make themselves feel cool and popular.

No. 949778

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kyuotto, the incubus loli vtuber who traced kayozia's art and blatantly denied it and gaslighted them, both of which kayozia had proof of, made a pixiv a couple months ago and have been posting art that's been traced from kayozia to it.

1/2

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2/2

No. 949780

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this one was posted most recently but kayozia has so many of these chibis that i cant find the exact one this one was traced from but you can tell it's a copy of kayozia's work

No. 949788

>>949536

>AtoLive was Yueko’s way of trying to compete with Hololive, especially with Ina.


LOL Yueko is so fucking full of herself that she's pure delusional at this point. Wanting to compete with a globally famous HoloLive Vtuber like it's no biggie, only makes it funnier how AtoLive went and flopped hard. It wouldn't surprise me if she wanted to compete with Ina just because Ina didn't interact with her at all like some petty highschool-tier revenge.

No. 949796

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Does anyone recognize the source images for these?
https://twitter.com/yuurina_

They popped up recently on my feed for drawing popular streamers. A lot of their content is obviously traced or heavily referenced but I can’t find the originals.

No. 949803

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Another example of the huge gap in skill between pieces, both made in the same year. This person claims to be drawing for 7 years btw but does that beginner thing where they hide the hands weirdly to avoid drawing them

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>>949796
Definitely partly traced. The boobs and one shoulder line up pretty much perfectly between one of their pieces and a drawing by ex pulse. There’s another piece on their Twitter that I’m pretty sure is also referenced from ex pulse but I’m having trouble finding the original. A bunch of their drawings also look like they were 100% traced over the 3D models in EasyPose.

No. 949988

Bump gore

No. 950024

>>949803
There's no difference,
That's some slow improvement otherwise.

No. 950031

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>>950024
You think so? I just think it’s weird there are some pieces that are competent but then you have others where it looks like a child drew it. They also drew a comic that I know for sure heavily referenced a 4koma artists

No. 950036

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>>949796
Not related to the whole tracing investigation going on. I checked the commission price and a full-body is charged at $150? Is this a normal price for this type of style?

No. 950040

>>950036
before this derails into a commission pricing discourse again, there are people who charge more than that for a scribble all because they're popular and the demand is high

No. 950041

>>950031
Artist here. And yeah it's obvious that this person traced for pieces that seem "competent". A lot of focus are on the face that always facing the camera and most coomers dont really care about the rest.

Could be just me, I think this artist may be a minor, some common mistakes and crutches were something I noticed from my students before.

No. 950042

>>950036
$150 is pretty standard for commissions, but I personally wouldn’t pay for art with this low skill. I think someone summarized it well in the last thread: artists nowadays focus too much on rendering the head/face and nothing else

No. 950043

>>949803
Yeah, that's totally traced. Look at the difference in skill between the hands on the left drawing and the clothes. The person also did the classic "this is my first clothing crease" line on the arm.

No. 950044

>>950040
not really. Just curious because I haven't updated my price for a whole year and I wonder which is average price for this style (regardless of skills / fame, it's not what I'm looking for).

Think of a question like "I've been selling cakes for years but I don't know the current acceptable price."

No. 950048

>>950044
I think at least $100 is standard now for hobbyists and if we’re talking professional work rates, anywhere starting from $500 is good.

No. 950052

>>950048
NTA But whew, I was a hobbyist when I was a teen and I thought 20$ is ok. (stopped drawing because of work, trying to get into it)

No. 950061

>>950052
Times has definitely changed, I think the pandemic helped push rates higher actually. Normal people wanted to become streamers and needed assets, editors, and other stuff like that. Good old supply and demand

No. 950069

>>950042
>>950048
Thank you nonnas. I had to go check my mutuals' pricelist (I wish they had more displayed on public).
I have definitely underpriced myself for doing $100 all year-round while my mutuals are all pushing over $200 for a half body.

I'm not a hobbyist by any chance, just been doing freelance for a long time and have been not in touch with other artists. I've been doing commissions all year round and I'm not low on client pool.

No. 950222

>>950069

While I know that's industry pricing, I think that what also needs to be taken into consideration is if you have the audience willing to pay that much for your work. Certain artists, especially ones who developed a good following can get away with charging industry prices but if you're just starting out or you still haven't got that dedicated following who is willing to pay for your art, it can be a big gamble to charge that $100+ unless your work is that enticing.

Personally I put my pricing in the middle where I'm not underselling myself but also not putting myself in the industry price range since I still haven't created that loyal fanbase just yet. Nut that's me, everyone id different.

No. 950237

>>950222
Yeah.. that's what I'm worried about too. I know I have a loyal fanbase, despite my follower count remains the same for nearly a decade.

I had asked a few friends about it and their answers are vague too. Not because they're trying to keep to themselves or holding back, I think they're unsure themselves.

I do want to draw less though, so for now I'm thinking of slowly hike up my price and see if people are willing to pay.

No. 950327

>>950222
If you’re under 18 or live in a developing country, <$100 is fine but I really do encourage everyone work less for more pay.

No. 950352

So, it seems that Adobe is trying to dip its feet into NFT possibly in hopes of getting some of that sweet sweet bitbro cash and lovebombing. I've seen some tweets that Photoshop is going to have a function to "prepare a file to be minted/become an NFT" and that Behance will soon also offer support for NFTs.

Hooray for pirating Adobe products!

No. 950455

>>950352
I'm wondering why this of all trends is suddenly catching the interest of brands. They didn't seem to care much for crypto.

No. 950477

>>950455

because of the massive bubble and the influx of celebrities and everyone and their grandma getting into nft for cash. whether you like it or not crypto is slowly (and unfortunately) becoming mainstream because of nft and so the brands want a slice of the pie too.

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>>950455
Brands and Online Personalities have always been up for crypto. Look at @jack, the CEO of twitter.

I don't care much for cryptos, it's just one of many options to get rich people playing with fake numbers, while the poor and the middle class are led by the nose with false promised future. This is why we encourage people to do research rather fall into two other ends of the argument (good vs baaaaad). Brands see pros and cons, therefore it's up to them to decide.

No. 950507

>>950479
Honestly at this point what bothers me isn't the concept of NFT or crypto, since crypto has existed for a long time now. What really gets on my nerves are the bitbros and the people who defend NFTs blindly to the point it feels cult-like (e.g. Yueko being discussed above). These people manage to hit such a combo of pretentiousness and delusional that it just feels ridiculous, I'd be less angry at them if they just flat out stated "we're doing it for money" than their long sperging about how "it's the future" and "we need to create our image for the metaphysical digital life" and other tryhard tech-physical gibberish. And just like you said, it's a game for the rich but these people like to throw around the idea that "anyone can become rich with NFT" which is a huge lie that attracts poor/middle class artists only hoping for a chance and they end up actually losing money rather than getting any, not to mention their image in social media going to shit the moment they say something about doing NFTs because the NFT haters are also fucking troglodytes.

sage for long rant. TLDR Crypto/NFTs don't anger me, but bitbros and their fandom does.

No. 950534

>>950507
same anon you replied to.
nah, I get your point anon. I'm fortunate enough to never land myself into NFTbros cesspiss online (probably because I don't follow big artists to begin with).
Any mention of NFTs I've seen are just memes of bad NFTs, like a neopet redraw with 500 color variants. Or occasionally a thread like >>948982

I have this one friend who's weirdly obsessed with NFT though, she's a typical pick-me girl and totally brainwashed by 4channers so there's no going back for her. I understand not wanting to be near their cult-like speech.

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>>950352
>Hooray for pirating Adobe products!
I used to feel bad about this. Guess not anymore. I'm tired of NFT shit so much
>>950479
Of course. Crypto is nothing but a pyramid scheme and more akin to gambling than anything. Actually, Crypto might be the worst of both things combined.

No. 950811

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I really don't understand people who say NFTs give money and power to artists "like never before". It feels like dirty money to me.

It doesn't help that people who have crypto probably got it via selling questionable and illegal goods.

No. 950844

>>950811
It is dirty money. Especially when people repost your work to claim as their NFT to sell/ These fuckers even edit over real people, manipulate the image, and resell it. I've seen cosplayers even like Jessica Nigri with images stolen, altered, and packaged as an NFT.

No. 950847

>>950811
what boggles me is just how the hell are nfts/crypto "the future"? they're treated as if they were as important to society as the cure to cancer or landing on mars. it's just virtual money and pyramid schemes ffs.

No. 951040

>>950847
it all feels like a huge scam too, like everyone forgets that if you right-click an image or press on it you can just save it.

"B-b-b-but you don't OWN it though!!!" that explanation doesn't matter either because I still have it and your cracked out definition of ownership doesn't change that. it's also probably retards dick riding rich retards in hopes to become as rich as them even though that's never going to happen.

No. 951050

>>951040
They try to justify it as "oh but then you the the ORIGINAL license" as if a digital piece of media's license were as valuable os owning the original version of a major artist's painting. It's one thing to own an original painting from the 1800s or something made by a classic artist, and it's another to own…a png. A png that anyone can save to their computer and do whatever they want with it, including print it and put it on shirts and other merch if they feel daring enough.

Digital media has a value of its own, but comparing it to traditional art's is stupid because it's not the same. You know what these techbros remind me of? Those kids on DeviantArt saying "DONUT STEAL MY OC!1!!" and the bullshit that is closed adoptable species as if that would stop anyone from drawing a character similar theirs. Digital media licenses mean nothing.

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>>951050
>>951040
>>950847
>>950844
>>950811
>reading this the day after I've spent hundreds of $$$ minting my work on the blockchain after my college tutors persuaded me it's the future

No. 951062

>>951057

Your college tutors are no better than MLM hunbot vendors, sorry that happened to you anon.

No. 951064

>>951050
the "proof" you own an nft is a link to a file on some server. if that server goes down, you have nothing and your nft is worthless. iirc a ton of nft's are already having this issue but no one's talking about it because surprise, it was never about art ownership, it was about duping hypebeast moids into giving up thousands of dollars for nothing like a scrote version of mary kay. you love to see it

No. 951092

>>951064
i remember trying to get into nft because a couple of friends of mine convinced me to give it a go. i visited some of the popular sites (such as superrare and opensea), looked into everything carefully.

just the fact that you need to PAY to mint an nft already made me step back from it all. so in order to have a CHANCE at earning money, i need to pay? no better than paying to participate in the town's lotto. then the other thing that threw me off was the art quality in those sites. it was worse than staring at deviantart's front page, there were sometimes three copies of the same nft with marginally different color hues and the shit looked like it was made on ms paint with a mouse. it looked like a fucking joke. the third motive was that after spending some good minutes scrolling and going through some good hundreads of nfts posted in these platforms, i saw almost no pieces with bids on. my friends told me that "it was easy" to get good money with nft, but all i saw were hundreads of artworks with not even a single bid. aka hundreads of nfts that were PAID to be minted that ended up with no returns to the artist. these artists lost money with that garbage.

from point 0 this entire thing felt like a scam to me.

No. 951124

>>951092
good on you for being smart anon. it really is depressing how transparently pyramid schemey it is but what can you do kek

No. 951215

>>951057
Wtf….. They must be being paid to peddle it somwhow.

No. 951218

>>951040
The fact that these assholes steal the artwork but claim you still get praise because 'your name is attatched to it' doesn't mean shit when the OF artist doesn't get a cut from these sniped images these dudebros post. I see so many of my art friends get NFT sniped through Twitter. Its repulsive. Bots literally hook on to art and flag it for another bot to package it as an NFT. It does nothing for the original artist. I saw a tiktok basically explain that if this happens to you, try fucking with the sellers by messing with your own reputation if you have an alias.

No. 951220

>>951092
"ITS EASY!" says your friends who only hear about the big buyers and not realizing themselves the thousands of works with no bids ever because they don't come from already established big names.

No. 951408

>>951057
did they teach you about eth and how the blockchain works at all? i would suggest reading up on that if you’re worried about costs to mint, etc. if you’re genuinely interested in it, now is better than later- the earlier you get in the more connections you make, and the less talented you have to be to prove yourself. good luck

>>951092
superrare is an exclusive platform and most artists on there make money between 5-6 figures on each piece, kinda like an exclusive auctionhouse. opensea is more akin to a monetized deviantart. for opensea you only have to pay 2 fees to sell- one to initialize your account, and one to allow your wallet to sell nfts from a specific collection you make (not for each individual nft in that collection). so if all the nfts you listed for sale were in one collection you only pay the initial authorization fee, not for each of them. it’s best to do these things when gas is low (0-50 gwei is low, 100 gwei is high) so it only costs around $20 for these transactions. EVERY transaction on the eth network costs eth, not just listing the nft. it’s like paying for gas for your car or for electricity- you need to pay to use them

also, if you want your nfts to sell you need to make a twitter and go connect with people. follow some nft artists you like, interact with them, join some nft community discords, etc. just be genuine and nice. but nobody’s going to buy your nft if they don’t know who you are. to an outsider it looks like only big artists can succeed but this is because nft people are likely to already know them. you have to get your name out there

No. 951454

>>951408
begone shill

No. 951459

>>951408
the stuff on superrare looked just as shit as opensea because nft art has no standards for quality since the people who buy it don't do it because of art itself but because of investment and to play-pretend that they're "art collectors".

nft is gambling for the rich and for those that are well established in the market, end of story. if i have to pay money to submit an artwork for the chance of it getting bought then it's instantly scammy territory. nobody here needs more bitbros spawning to shill about it.

No. 951460

>>951092
have these friends of yours been successful selling their nfts? the art theft alone associated with nft communities was enough to turn me off from it

No. 951470

>>951460
(same anon you replied to)

honestly? i don't think so. if they did sell something then it was a near insignificant amount because otherwise they would've used themselves as examples to further convince me. but they seem to be more into the "vibe" and the community and the aesthetic of nft and crypto. i know one of them hasn't even posted nfts because he hesitates (minting costs are pretty expensive in my country's currency) but rather than actually thinking critically about the situation he pulls up excuses and how he "wants to build an nft networking first". granted that before nft exploded, they were already kind of elon musk fans. we're all design students.

thinking about it now i should've seen it coming.

No. 951497

I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction for affordable printing (postcards and small prints). I use to be on the AAFB page but that got deleted a few years ago and never saved any of the links.

No. 951505

>>951470
>they seem to be more into the "vibe" and the community and the aesthetic of nft and crypto.
wow this is giving me the vibe of "if you dont spend money on this useless thing we are not friends anymore" kinda thing going on.
Makes me think about the whole vtuber thing is also people pouring literally thousands of dollar into commissioning models and rigging, not to mention equipment cost.

I guess I'm actually much happier for being loner with savings than burning all my money to keep up with other artist friends.

No. 951508

>>951497
which region you're from? you can google printshops in your area. Like I'd ask customized printing at shops that usually print wedding invitations and sorts.

No. 951566

>>951408
Genuine question, what is the point of doing all that when one can just sell commissions, full res pics, etc already without going through crypto? Right now it seems like the only benefit is the chance to make even more money on individual pieces, but it's only a chance and it can come at a loss vs just posting for free elsewhere (and gaining potential followers).

No. 951598

>>951459
i didn't say anything about art quality, just that one is exclusive and the other isn't. if you buy on superrare you can usually guarantee the actual artist is selling their art, especially because it's much more expensive to mint. vs on opensea anybody can start selling and make scam collections, etc, which is why the scammer who tried selling qinni's art as nfts went on there. minting is cheaper on opensea than other platforms because you mint directly on its contract

>>951566
if you don't believe in the idea/longevity of crypto there's not really a huge advantage atm other than getting a ton more money per piece, i guess. HOWEVER the ex industry artists i know who do crypto now enjoy it a lot more because they can draw what they want for much higher pay vs drawing what somebody else wants for a lot less money. most of the biggest nft advocates i've seen are from poorer countries such as brazil, thailand, phillippines, etc despite the high costs of minting because the money they can make is so much more. but because minting is high like i said earlier, they tend to sell on opensea where they only have to pay a low fee twice and it's done (vs on other platforms which cost more, on opensea you mint on their contract so it's cheaper). most of the big baller collectors only care about weird normie 3d model stuff but there are a few large collectors out there who genuinely enjoy buying smaller artists' pieces and supporting them to carry out their own vision

>it's only a chance

it's not exactly chance, like i said, you need to be able to market/make friends. if you don't know how to do this on normal art twitter you probably won't be that successful and i wouldn't recommend it. you either have to already be a known popular artist or know how to make people like you- which can be done through memeing popular crypto influencers, or drawing fanart for other nft projects, or joining nft discords and speaking to people. if you don't do any of this then yes it's much more chance reliant

also followers don't always mean shit, i had 10k followers on my old twitter a few years ago and people would only pay $60 for commissions. but it does depend on a case-by-case basis, i have a few popular artist friends (100k~ followers on twitter) who i haven't been suggesting to do nfts because they're developing other projects and it could hurt their branding in the short term, and because their fanbase is largely western. for those people it's probably better to wait imo. it really depends

that being said there has been a huge flood of popular japanese artists getting into nfts lately, but it's easier for them to tune out anti-nft english speakers because it's not like they were supporting them financially in the first place, vs it being harder for westerners who rely on commissions for income cause they could alienate their fanbase

No. 951673

i was wondering if anyone here knows of an online painting class or video series one can use to improve their painting skills, specifically digital painting? i don't have any formal training and wanted to improve my coloring and lighting skills. i've recently started to just do hour long studies with photos i like but was wondering if there was a better way to approach this.

No. 951746

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I follow this art youtuber from Spain who is a professional teacher and all, called Antonio Garcia Villaran. I love his content because he actually talks about art world controversies (not just silly shit like who traced what work on twitter). But recently he was on a podcast shilling for NFTs. He said they were the future and that they empower artists into making their own money. He also said there's no way to fake who made what NFT because people can verify it through the blockchain with a bunch of little numbers, even if it was passed along from person to person. He also said this will last forever unless all computers are somehow destroyed. And that he has multiple wealthy nft art collectors now. Pic related is his art.

I just want to know… how can someone who critizices contemporary art (because some of it isn't real art, just shit to get cash) can be so pro-nfts?

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Is it me or do all the people who are into NFTs are mostly into it for the aesthetics? the lainbro kind of type
>>951673
I have the perfect thread for you
>>>/m/119195

No. 951759

>>951746
Simple: money
If he's getting tons of cash from NFTs then of course he'll start advertising it as the greatest thing in the world.

No. 951903

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what is the software on the left?

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No. 951936

Are there any prompts (like inktober) or art challenges in November?

No. 952019

>>951936
I can only think of huevember right now.

No. 952031

>>951936
google or make up your owm

No. 952032

>>952031
Ed Sherman lgimmie love the a team day dream it’s too cold outside for angles to fly

No. 952200

>>951750
omg this is more than i was expecting! thank you so much anon <3 i didn't even realize this thread was up

No. 952245

>>934361
her art is way too ugly for her to have as big of a head as she does.

No. 952251

>>935013
If they come at you with this shit you need to be a grey rock. Don't act like you care too much or even understand what the problem is, especially if it's stupid and petty. Just act puzzled at why there is even a problem in the first place. They will sense that they cannot get the reaction they are looking for by provoking you so they will move on. If there is no drama yet but you feel like you're walking on eggshells, disengage a bit and keep to yourself. Stay in your lane. Focus on your own art and community. Don't talk about politics because nobody cares about an artists political opinions, people's first mistake is acting like they should speak about those things in the first place.

No. 952271

>>952251
Debatable. Sadly I know what you've said is correct but I can seem to never able to apply it to myself.

I'm not part of online artist community anymore and don't intend to make new friends through arts. I still have art friends but all we talk about are like, nerdy stuffs, our lives and not much art related topic really.
I realized I'm not cut out for online artist space (at least english speaking one), it's either white liberals or edgelords in which I can't stand either of them. Somehow I managed not to tread on any discourse and stayed in my lane until my art has gotten more popular. That's where it gets scary because… I don't want to lose all the good art connection I'm having right now, but I can't avoid being forced into a certain cliche.

No. 952298

>>952271
I've been there anon but realize that they can't actually force you to do or say anything. You can maintain your distance and your boundaries. You don't have to pander to liberals or edgelords, you are an artist not a political figure or pundit. Just post your art and content and engage with the people who are there for that. Social media is sort of a curse for this social pressure especially Twitter. More image based communities like Artstation, Deviantart, Pixiv, and even Instagram and Tumblr to an extent are better. Patreon or a similar platform is best though. Let your art be the focus because that's what actually matters not your cliques and opinions. Perhaps look outside of these cliques you find yourself in for examples of how to do this because I know so many artists who do what I'm saying, artists who just post their art and only talk about their art and inoffensive personal life shit. Mostly older professionals, not terminally online kids.

You said right now you're on a break from online artist communities and that is a good thing. Take time to reevaluate how you want to engage with the online art space and step in when you feel confident enough in yourself to let your art be the focus and not be pressured into cliques.

No. 952328

>>952298
Thanks anon, I appreciate this.
I'm the same anon from this >>947320

and I think my problem came from the fact that most of my current audience are Very young, and they are eager to impress older artists like me. Which is why for me it's difficult to avoid them.
I will just continue to take my time and reevaluate things like you said.

No. 952333

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Artist suzuhi21 got commissioned by user caeruIeae to draw a dark skinned oc. CaeruIeae refuses to pay because they're unsatisfied with the way suzuhi colored the character's skin even after multiple attempts to fix it. Both sides made a callout thread with screenshots of their DMs. Suzuhi is getting their ass beaten in the qrts and replies.

CaeruIeae's thread: https://twitter.com/caeruIeae/status/1453266261341872135

Suzuhi's thread: https://twitter.com/suzuhi21/status/1453267147468193792

No. 952354

>>952333
Jesus Christ the amount of coddling is insane. "I'm so sorry this happened to you".
She didn't even pay.

No. 952366

>>952333
lmaooo how much are we betting it's just another black fishing white thot under that account and just starting shits with artists for twitter point. I stand by the artist 100%. She should've paid regardless of the result.

No. 952369

>>952333
This caeruieae person is acting like their character being drawn with a skin tone marginally different is comparable to a traumatic event like what the fuck is this overreaction

No. 952372

>>952333

the people using suzuhi's thread to self promo their own ugly ass art are the definition of grossly pathetic

No. 952389

>>952333

>"If you can't draw dark skin you shouldn't take commissions!"

>"A proper artist knows how to paint dark skin! Stop being allergic to darker tones!"
>"Black asian people exist!"
>"In a commission the commissioner is BOSS they're in the right for not wanting to pay!"

The people in Suzuha's thread are a concentration of ignorant shit. Suzuha seems to be either japanese or chinese and in these countries the population of brown or black people is so fucking small it's almost insignificant so it's perfectly reasonable that they still have no idea how to properly paint dark skin. I'm not saying that they have a free pass for whitewashing because they do not, but their difficulty with handling those skin tones is understandable.

As for the "commissioner is boss" thing, wow congrats for basically implying that if you're commissioning an artist then you essentially see them as a slave and that they can't say or do shit. The client always has priority but the artist also should be given authority in the matter.

No. 952391

>>952333
It seems that this Suzuhi person is Chinese and this discourse pretty much sums up how I feel about being native Asian on twitter. God forbid if your English isn't well articulated enough to defend yourself over bullshit like this.
The amount of times when I got "corrected" to paint darker skin tone for a commission, it's always coming from another non-black and I'm lucky enough that my art isn't pastel to go through several adjustments, or even berating comments like that.

Seeing the Suzuhi person getting harassed under replies really riles me off.

No. 952395

>>952333
I saw suzuhi’s thread yesterday, really pissed me off that the other person didn’t even pay. This behavior will just make Asian artists more reluctant to draw darker characters or engage with western customers.

No. 952413

>>952333
I went to check the artist's rates and wtf this is a 25 dollar commission just pay up before making your twitter thread girl

No. 952417

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>>952333
The artist didn't do anything wrong. It wasn't in the least bit whitewashed in the previous versions, and the final version they made in pic related literally looks good?? Also, if you had a problem with how the artist does dark skin, why commission a second time?
It just sounds like the commissioner couldn't pay and kept making excuses

No. 952424

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>>952333
I can see how the original was too pale, even though I still think it’s fine. This edit actually looks the best. It’s the correct tone while staying true to the pastel theme. I wonder why the commissioner didn’t like this one

No. 952428

>>952424
These people are never satisfied with anything. It has to fit their perfect idea of skintone otherwise it's wHItEwaSHiNg! At this point I wonder why do they even bother to commission other artists,if you're gonna be a bitch about skintones then draw your own shit.

No. 952433

>>952428
I think dark skin representation in art is important but people forget that lighting affects how “pale” something looks. A lot of black girls who embrace the kawaii style put filters over their selfies that make them look more pink and pale than they are just for aesthetic reasons. It’s the same in art. What’s so bad about it?

No. 952439

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>>952424
Man, the fact that the character looks like this and expects a $20 commission from an artist that mostly draws pastel and skinny characters. If they wouldn't nitpick on the skin tone it would be definitely be "oh why do you draw my character so thin, are you fatphobic by any chance".
Lesson learned here, never accept commissions where the design itself is this hideous. Or just dont accept OCs.

No. 952443

>>952439
Why couldn't they just say "Thanks, but is it okay if I edit the colors more to my own preferences"? They're paying for it, and they themselves are an artist, so it shouldn't be hard

No. 952446

>>952439

>Or just dont accept OCs.


Me. It cut down on my commission numbers but I've never had to worry about shit like this again. The truth is being commissioned to draw an OC means you'll be constantly under pressure to meet 100% of the OC's owner's expectations which is most of the time not fucking worth it. You'll come across nice designs but most of the time you'll get OCs that are overdesigned to hell or OCs that are fat, black etc. And boy oh boy if you draw that fat or black or whatever OC wrong…you'll be cussed to hell and back.

Just don't draw OCs for commissions. It's not worth it.

No. 952448

>>952439
Honestly the artist did their design SO much justice.

No. 952450

>>952439
That character is SO saturated and has awful values (seriously go and look at how bad it looks in grayscale) yet they went to commission someone who mostly works with pastel colors? It's like they want something like this to happen to stir up drama.

No. 952452

>>951746
because NFT is a pyramid scheme: the amount of money you make selling art is peanuts compare to what you make convincing someone else to buy in.

No. 952456

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>>952443
I know right. They're an artist themselves and charging their art so much higher than the pastel artist. Suzuhi charged a fullbody for $45 when Caeru charged $100 (picrel)

No. 952463

>>952456
The way this artist colors makes the skin look so unnatural. The piece also looks busy as fuck.

No. 952534

>>952333
I feel so bad for this artist, they're still being bombarded with so much hate. Also some of them are saying she sent racist threats? Honestly I don't believe it. She didn't even get paid for drawing such an ugly character.

No. 952573

>>952333
This is the kind of shit that makes me keep my ethnicity private at all times.

No. 952576

>>952333
Stuff like this makes me want to draw characters of color less or at least not post any art that contains poc. The retaliation from making a single mistake in a color tone is just brutal, these people are ruthless. It's just not worth the stress for me, I'm sorry.

No. 952591

>>952333
>You must be in line with African skin tones for an OC who exists in a world that's 75% Asian and 25% medieval fantasy.

No. 952608

this mini drama really brought back to me when I first mentioned tumblr to the local artists, and their first reaction is "do you know about black washing?". This whole tumblr migration thing is really making twitter inhabitable for asian artists, especially the amount of harassment and deplatforming happened to other east asian artists.

No. 952634

>>952576
Same. And I'm posing this as a legitimate question - how do you avoid this? You can't draw dark skin tones with a different undertone color like pink, or else you get called out like that one artist. If you make the skin more pastel, you're racist. If you make it dark/ use black, you're racist. I hate how the stupidity of the skin tone argument has detracted from real racial issues and representation. If you want to be petty, couldn't you argue that this non-asian person is bastardizing traditional japanese clothes by making that abomination of a design, and by making it sexy is buying into the stereotype of sexy geisha? If there's something I've learned from the past couple of years, drawing poc will light a fire under your ass eventually. Who'd want to draw darker-skinned characters after that?

No. 952647

>>952634
Just avoid characters with dark skin, as shitty as this sounds. Because at this point like >>952576 said if you get the tone even slightly wrong people will instantly accuse you of whitewashing and will call you racist and tear you apart no matter what justification you bring. So why bother? It's sad and it sounds like a shitty thing to do but I don't want to feel anxiety every time I post a new artwork because "if the skin is wrong I'll get cancelled". These people keep asking for more representation but then do shit that only makes artists (particularly east asians) want to not draw people of color ever again out of fear of retaliation.

No. 952653

>>952634
I know that feel, even as someone with dark skin, it feels like you’re walking on eggshells because the moment you have too many likes, any mistake will get criticized and will be seen as something racist, me-sand-dryist, anti-someshit, pro-someshit.
Hell, it even goes the other way around, if you don’t have at least (1) one, drawing with a poc, you’re racist by default, my best friend even told me once that she feels guilty because most of her OC’s are white, like, how is that okay?
Art is supposed to be about whatever the fuck the artist wants to do, but now everyone has to cater to some vendettafags or you will get hashtag canceled, which, while maybe it could be considered meaningless when it comes to getting a job at a workplace with adults and normal people, it’s quite a shitty experience because of how unhinged is everyone during the witch hunt.
I fucking hate how art is completely political even if you don’t want to, I don’t fucking want to draw some retard with random religious shit to suck someone’s invisible dick, I don’t want to draw chicks with dicks nor guys with pussies, I don’t want to draw obese people, neither disabled people, it doesn’t make me happy, everyone should be able to just do whatever they want.

No. 952660

>>952333
If this were me I would just use the exact same color from the reference and give it to the commissioner even if it looks like shit with the other colors. These kind of people aren't interested in good quality, they just want hundreds of art of their overdesigned oc and the only thing that matters is that every single useless detail is exactly the fucking same. I wouldn't even sign the shitty art though.

I've been wanting to draw dark skinned characters but I just know that something like this will happen, even if the characters' skin tone changes even in the source material because, surprise surprise, lighting exists and affects things.

No. 952665

>>952653
Ahh this reminds me of a few other poc artists that were canceled for drawing //too// many black people. I believe most of them were women artists as well. Men like Ethan Becker never got shit for his art.

No. 952666

>>952653

>my best friend even told me once that she feels guilty because most of her OC’s are white


me!!! i have a group of ocs with some friends and those ocs are loosely based off out irl appearance (like a selfsona?), and mine is pretty pale. the thing is, i'm a latina, but i'm not brown or hispanic-looking. i'm very pale, the opposite of what twitter/tumblr thinks a latino person looks like. and so, that oc of mine (who's from the same country as mine as a result of being a self-oc) is pale and latina just like me.

i've had people inquire me "why is that character latinx AND white?" and even after i explained, they'd guilttrip me into making them darker. which i didn't, it's my oc. nobody called me racist, but i had people making me feel really bad for not having my oc be dark and even show me photos of latino people who weren't even from my country to show me what "a latino looks like". it just made me feel sad that my oc, who's based off me, isn't "dark enough" because of how twitter has a warped perception of race and ethnicity. if the character is pale then they MUST be caucasian, and if the artist doesn't have dark skinned characters then they MUST be racist or whitewashing, right?

No. 952673

>>952665
Wow. What's the fucking solution? These dumb idiots have enough power to cancel people, and there's literally no fucking solution to avoid them or appease them. They've chewed up so many usa artists that now they're trying to cancel foreign artists. I guess the solution is to never take commissions, do OCs, and to only do fanart of racially ambiguous people and/or be a white dude i guess?

No. 952675

>>952666
Jesus Christ that’s exactly how my friend feels, like, she’s pale as fuck and she’s Latina like me, and all of her characters are basically pieces of her, so all of them are pale as fuck because that’s how she imagines them.
It’s not fair that you have to feel pressured to do something you don’t want to do, like yeah, you could think of a random 1 dimensional poc character, but it’s annoying to say the least.

No. 952677

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In other news, popular genshin impact artist, Buruchii is being called out for having a orientalist OC

No. 952678

>>952666
Assuming that all latinx people/characters have to be darker skinned, isn't that…racist? I've never understood these twitter fags with race and drawing. It's like the fucks that draw asian characters in 'my style uwu not whitewashed like the source content uwu'and they give them like fucking upturned fox eyes, all of them, and then pat themselves on the back. Like…you think all and every asian person has upturned monolid eyes? Have you been to the Philippines?

No. 952680

>>952677
I hate people.

No. 952682

>>952677
Having wonky anatomy in drawings is racist now

No. 952684

>>952677
The design looks stupid lol but The fucking purple dude on the right looks washed out and ashy as fuck as well? all this artist's stuff is like this 'warm and alive' what the hell are these people on? Also, I guess this is a cautionary tale to never be a big artist and never make ocs

No. 952687

>>952660
>If this were me I would just use the exact same color from the reference and give it to the commissioner even if it looks like shit with the other colors.
^^^ this. Whenever I'm asked to draw dark-skinned characters, I always ask the client to send me the skin tone palette for me to eyepick from. And 80% of the time the palettes themselves are Horrendous to work into a picture. I'm pretty jaded for doing commissions for a long time and pretty much don't give a fuck when the finished product looks like Literally shit as long as I used the exact colors assigned to the commission. Hell, you'd even get a few claps back and a tip when you do exactly what they said, I'm happy to never have to include those in the portfolio and get passive brownie points.

>>952634
There's a term for it called "exotification", whereas it's a trend on black women tiktok trying to make themselves *~exotic~* by adopting China/Korea/Japan culture into their aesthetic, going through cosmetic surgery to make themselves look more Asian. This annoys me a Whole lot and I can't find anywhere to complain about it, considering I myself subjected to the skin whitening beauty standards in my country and I'm paler than most east asians (also as result, I ended up looking OLDER than my actual age, lacks of natural melanin does that shit to you!!).
Sorry for rants but whenever I see this ignorant shit brought up I'm just fumed.

No. 952689

>>952684
That's not an unrealistic skin tone though. Some dark-skinned people do look "ashy", not everyone has the perfectly saturated rich brown skin color, just like not all white people are the perfect rosy pale shade. I don're think the drawing is a problem at all, and there's lighting too.

No. 952694

>>952677
LMAOOO at this point just dont draw dark-skinned characters. Nope. Don't draw clothing of any other culture except from medieval fantasy. If you're black don't draw black characters either. Then the only black characters we get to see are oversaturated ugly mess we see from the same talentless lot. That's diversity representation for you.

No. 952698


No. 952699

>>952665
I dont follow Ethan Becker, but a friend whos a fan of his mentioned to me about he was called out several times for "fetishizing" black women or some sort?

No. 952701

>>952687
Smart. In the end, commissions are basically the service industry, except the Karens are young and non-binary. It's easier to make a shitty product that satisfies them than exert real artistic sensibilities and get cancelled.

No. 952702

>>952694
ding ding ding we have a winner. Everyone is only allowed to draw their own race, nothing else unless you're in the correct minority pool where you're allowed to draw any race or fatness or gender as ugly and fetishist as you want. I hate twitter.

No. 952703

>>952677
It's a fucking genshin oc, it's not meant to be accurate to real world costumes. Literally every character in genshin is a poor imitation of real cultures, but that's fine because it's a fantasy world.

No. 952705

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>>952677
??? The OC is the same shade as many Dravidian people. It's literally fine
I'm a "pee oh see" and this shit makes me sad and anxious. Good artists are now portraying cute brown and dark skinned characters, and these dumbass American SJWs decide to bitch about everything and make problems where there are none. And then they'll cry that we have no good representation and call the artists racist for not drawing us after they harassed them lol. I feel like they do it out of jealousy at better artists, I notice most of the complainers can't draw for shit

No. 952711

>>952333
I feel sorry for Suzuhi, I wouldn't be surprised if they just refused to take commissions of dark skined characters from now on.

What's funny is I went through the art of people who were criticizing Suzuhi and despite them saying "just use color picker!" or "it isn't that hard" is that their art is all flat shaded, against a solid background, etc. they literally don't do any sort of complex let alone quality artwork

No. 952712

>>952705
My favorite is when they post their art in the comments 'support me' kind of stuff and to this day in all the twitter callouts I have never seen art in the cancel comments that was good. It's always low-tier and over-rendered. I've also noticed that, they tend to target artists in the 20k-50k range, big enough for the callout to get traction, but not so big that their callouts will get drowned out in the plethora of fans. Also, all the cancellations I've seen have been female artists, but I'm not sure if this is a thing or if it's just because I follow more female artists for the fandoms I'm in.

No. 952715

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>>952677
110 quote retweets, I skimmed over and some of them even told OP to off themselves. The artist totally didn't deserve this At All. I'm glad I never touched upon Genshin Impact or anything related to it, seems like hellscape for any creatives out there.

No. 952722

>>952715
They did kind of fuck up on their apology - you're supposed to basically be a doormat, apologize for everything, lie low for a month and slowly come back. Or at least I think. Those death threats are insane I wonder how many of these people have scantily clad kimono ocs? But no one will call them out will they

No. 952723

I wonder if all the race sperging is driving more people to draw furries. It seems like using talking animals as characters would be the only way to avoid this shit.

No. 952726

>>952723
That makes sense, a talking animal can be literally any color, the issue would be how you dress and accessorize the talking animal, because if you misplace a necklace, you could be canceled over disrespecting a random ass obscure as fuck culture that not even the Twittard canceling you even knew about until they spent a whole day trying to find something to call you out.

No. 952728

>>952726
Just wait, they'll start saying certain animals are race-coded and if you make a panda character it's cultural appropriation or fetishizing Asian culture lol

No. 952734

>>952678

that's american swjs for you. they don't care about what the country's population looks like irl, they only care about what they perceive the culture and population to be like. so for them america latina must mean everyone looks like the same old hispanic stereotype.

the thing that these american sjws can't seem to understand is that latino people can look like ANYTHING because of the extensive ethnical mix america latina had. but noooo gotta draw them always brown with buck teeth and curly black hair!!!! representation!!!! i'm chilean and i audibly groan every time i see some white ass american making a "south american" oc and the character looks like Mexican Variant #48495 but it's for the rEPrEsENtAShUN!

>latinx

please just say latino or latin. that term is so bad.

No. 952737

>>952723
People draw furries on clothes, so no lol your art can never escape cancellation unless you do literal realistic portraits of plants, I haven't seen people call out plants yet.

No. 952739

>>952728
that already happened on tumblr in 2015

No. 952743

>>952722
yeah thats the best strategy, sjws are like a horde. when you see them coming just make a basic apology; "I meant no harm and it was a misunderstanding." lay low for about a week and slowly start posting. Do not engage with anyone that qrts because its basically bait to get them started all over again.

In about 2 months youll basically be invisible to them. Thats the cycle.

No. 952744

>>952743

this is why i won't do fanart of certain franchises because the fanbase consists of rabid retards

No. 952745

>>952728
didnt this already happen with a sonic fan art where a jp artist made gijinka of sonic, tails and knuckle. And some woke thot decided to "correct this for you" and recolor knuckle to black.
>because he's black coded
alright, treating black people like a monolith, i see

No. 952746

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>>952677
Looking through the replies on that thread, these people are literally saying that making a sexy design of an OC from a different culture will actually “hurt” people from that culture. The fuck. So I guess only American/European OCs are allowed to be sexy now. One Twitter artist isn’t going to have that much impact jfc. They’re also saying you’re not allowed to mix cultures in art… Wonder what they think of interracial couples or mixed kids lmao.

This just makes me feel bad for the artists who are just trying to have fun and be creative, but now you have to limit yourself and only draw pre-approved things because everything is political and causes significant real world harm, apparently, even a digital drawing of a fucking genshin impact OC. So Twitter artists say we should draw other races/cultures besides white or light skinned asian people, then get mad when artists start doing that because it doesn’t reach some obscure standard… meaning the only “safe” thing to draw is white or light skinned asian people. They’re causing what they say they hate.

No. 952752

>>952746
>They’re causing what they say they hate.

Literally this. These twittertards put such a high standard for other races and cultures that suddently the best thing you can do to avoid problems is to draw nothing but white people with american or european cultural inspiration. Aka make it so that there's even less representation. Fucking amazing.

No. 952754

>>952746
Not related to the race debate going on. But the whole thing about yelling at artists for "hurting this marginalized people" for just drawing them is just? Counterproductive?
Makes me think about people being loud about BL/yaoi is fetishizing and hurting real MLM…. then the complaint literally coming from transmen that just wants to LARP their own yaoi fantasy with other gay men.

No. 952755

>>952728
this happened with cookie run.

No. 952756

I personally don't give a fuck if an artist sells NFTs to make money, I just don't like how easy it is to steal.

But like >>948913 says, it feels wrong to sell NFTs on a copywritten character or someone else's OC/design without permission or sharing profits.

No. 952757

does anyone remember when sjw art twitter went after a bl manga with a african love interest visiting japan?
Those retards got mad that the mangaka didnt draw him with exaggerated lips and nose, basically like a jim crow cartoon.

its mind boggleing how backwards these people think

No. 952760

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>>952757
the only BL I can think that woke twitter can get riled over this Enzou - Mother's Spirits.
Hell, the depiction in the cover already gives me shivers of the reaction it wouldve been received. I don't follow Enzou's twitter anymore but the last time they were active, they seemed to have fun and pretty chill.

No. 952762

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>>952760
basically a gay jp version of these novels

No. 952763

I find it weird how no one is willing to understand why some races are outraged by Orientalism despite the huge amount of radfems and misandrists on this website. I guess it doesn't matter as long as it doesn't hurt white women.

No. 952764

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absolutely annoyed at this cause caeru literally told suzuhi that it looked good and they loved it after the sketch and that she didnt have to go back and change it but now its "bopo hoo they didnt make my character fat enough theyre so terrible". not to mention going to a pastel artist to draw a highly saturated character is just…..do you go to character designers and ask them to paint you a landscape?

No. 952765

>>952763
what the fuck does that even mean

No. 952766

>>952765
What didn't you understand?

No. 952770

>>952766
what does orientalism have to do with radical feminism? Also anyone who visits this site isnt a radfem, we're just misandrists

No. 952771

>>952456
>>952333
suzuhi's art is super cute and only $25 half-body and this ugly untalented bitch is selling their shit for $100 god it boils my blood. suzu was generous with multiple revisions (for only $25!!!) and didn't even get paid for their hours of work. the language barrier also played a part in miscommunication I'm sure, not that an ignorant ass American cares about being understanding of people who can't speak english well. Hope suzu learned their lesson at least and demands payment upfront before finishing commissions

No. 952772

>>952763
>me sand dryist
Come on, and what races are you talking about? You got caps?
Also, are you white mayhaps?
Because as a woc I would feel literally utterly like superly megaly offended if you came here to preach like some sort of white savior or something.
Just saying.

No. 952776

>>952772
Nope, European people colonized my country and raped the women. They made them dress in these sexy orientalist outfits and took pictures to use them as postcards. They still fetishize us to this day but you don't give a shit because you want to own the libtards and SJWs.

No. 952781

>>952776
And that happened last week, right?

No. 952782

>>952776
welcome to the truth, sjwism has done nothing good for us.

nothing is getting solved and everyone still has the same mindset about race since 2012, although people are more desensitized to porn now.

No. 952783

>>952763
Can you explain why the OC here >>952677 is a problem and why it's dire enough for death threats? Whose life does it affect? Why would anyone look to something like an animu OC to be educated on world cultures? Is this for an anthropology textbook?
I'm not white, and I don't see the harm in it. The skin color is fine. I also don't see the problem with mixing cultures because this is 100% fictional, and I don't think all cultures should be completely segregated in the first place. The original artist isn't white either

No. 952790

>>952776
And your heroic way of making this historic injustice known is to rant into an ether of anons? If you care as much about orientalism and the negative effects as you claim to care, you wouldn't be on a anon board typing and trying to start drama. Draw charity commissions to donate to a cause, or make a comic about historically accurate middle eastern characters. This is what's always got me about these race cancelling people, they pretend that their low-level shit stirring online makes them morally superior, when in reality they'd never put the extra effort to do anything to really bring positive attention/ help to what they pretend to advocate for. Sure, calling out a random artists stupid oc online is definitely you solving the racism and fetishization, come get your nobel peace prize.

No. 952794

>>952764
and she still hasn't paid suzuhi. absolutely shameless.

No. 952804

>>952333
The people "fixing" suzuhi's art don't know shit about color theory, the edits look ass.
>>952591
>>952634
>>952687
Always baffled how it has always felt like a double standard that somehow it's OK to use East Asian culture as an aesthetic but anything else is cultural appropriation. Most likely because once the callouts roll out everyone's going to be guilty of it.

No. 952808

File: 1635464247390.jpeg (1.45 MB, 1920x2560, 52950BAD-4D09-49D6-AE85-91B0AD…)

any clip studio users know how I could achieve this effect? I’m not sure if it’s noise or a tone. The artist who made this uses csp (jinx88kc) so I’m pretty sure they used something from csp assets or just already installed. sorry for such an autistic request but I really can’t seem to figue out how they achieved this effect

No. 952809

>>952781
Typical white woman shit to tell oppressed people to get over the past when it still affects people nowadays. What a stupid bitch.
>>952783
Idgaf about that OC in particular, I just think the circlejerking is annoying.
>>952790
You're moving the goalposts and expecting one person to do all that shit lmfao. Ever heard of little wins?
>>952804
East countries are doing well, they have soft power and the average person won't mistake Japanese or Korean culture with another. Nobody gives a fuck about sandniggers though, it's not the same situation retard-chan.(racebait )

No. 952810

>>952808
I think that's perlin noise, and also RGB. Perlin should be found in the filters settings, not sure about RGB.

No. 952811

>>952808
That looks like a halftone+chromatic aberration effect combo to me, something like this:
https://assets.clip-studio.com/en-us/detail?id=1790675

No. 952815

>>952811
thank you nonnie but I can’t seem to get that link to load, I tried on my phone and pc

No. 952816

>>952815
Same anon as >>952811

Strange, but you can reach it if you google "Clip Studio Paint Assets Halftone"! It should be the first result or so.

No. 952824

>>952687
>pretty much don't give a fuck when the finished product looks like Literally shit as long as I used the exact colors assigned to the commission.
I get what you're saying, but I don't want to draw ugly shit just so I don't get yelled at by some retard.

No. 952835

>>952824
would you rather have a bunch of fat americans in your notifs and no money?

No. 952836

>>952835
Nta but now that I think about it, the solution would be doing SFW furry art, following the exact instructions of the uninspiring OCs of some random furros and then just enjoy life.

No. 952845

>>952809

neck yourself you racist cunt

No. 952851

>>952333
Everyone says "pay artists!!!!!! There's nothing worse than not paying someone for their labor!!!!!!!!!" until someone with a pastel style draws a pastel brown for a skin tone. I really can't believe people are actually defending the commissioner here, everyone cares about workers until one of them slights you. Honestly if the commissioner weren't black I feel like everyone would be calling her a Karen.

No. 952858

>>952809
twitter is that way anon->
nobody gives a shit

No. 952890

>>952790
absolutely retarded take

No. 952898

File: 1635468586160.jpg (44.8 KB, 679x665, 99119911Z.jpg)

>>952858
Yeah, I'm aware. Sorry for disrupting your little safe space. Your art is probably shit if you're here on lolcow dot farm lol.
>>952845
>N-no, you're the r-racist one!!1!
The clock is ticking, white people are quickly being replaced everywhere. You lost the culture war kek. Die mad about it.

No. 952899

>>952809
> the average person won't mistake Japanese or Korean culture with another
You’re putting too much faith in the average person.

So it’s fine for artists to appropriate east asian cultures in their art but not other cultures? Even if asians didn’t still face discrimination in other countries (cough COVID cough) wouldn’t it be depressing that only the most powerful/well-known countries get to be appreciated in the art scene? Which should be the opposite of what Twitter artists who demand “representation” want.

> Ever heard of little wins?

Yeah, harassing an insignificant fan artist is such a win. Only once we cancel enough randos on Twitter can we defeat racism. This anon >>952790 is absolutely right, stirring shit online isn’t going to help real people facing real discrimination.

No. 952905

>>952824
i would just not post it

No. 952908

>>952899
>So it’s fine for artists to appropriate east asian cultures in their art but not other cultures?
Any examples of this? Most East Asians don't give a shit if you wear a kimono, listen to K-pop and eat sushi. The only people that get mad are Asian diaspora who are completely detached to their cultures. You think an Iranian would be honored to see someone dressed like a slutty gerudo? And criticism isn't harassment, I thought we were supposed to be the snowflakes lol.

No. 952912

Samefag but everyone is being disingenuous here and doesn't comprehend that East Asians have "soft power" and "mass media" that promotes their cultures in foreign places ON PURPOSE and dunecoons don't so whatever. Keep bitching about insignificant online SJWs that "harass" insignificant artists.

No. 952916

>>952908
>telling an artist to kill herself because I didn’t like how sexy she drew an oc is not harassment, lol!
>you’re such a fucking snowflake for taking death threats seriously!!

No. 952937

>>952333
First pic skin definitely does look washed out compared to the original. The artist is trying to fit a square peg in a circular hole, and while adjusting the skin doesn't seem to account that the other colors are probably going to need to be fixed and changed as a result as well. The commissioner should've pointed that out, since they're also an artist from what I'm gathering, but this may have been a case where both are ignorant of what's needed.

There are ways of doing darkskin in "pastel" art styles while not making the skintone look washed out and ashy in comparison, but that also involves the artist reaching for colors outside their comfort zone, and for $25, well, you get what you paid for.

No. 952962

>>952333
Blocking every single person in the comments who defends the commissioner is self love <3

No. 953000

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>>952898
holy shit please go back to twitter or tiktok or whatever cesspool you came from

No. 953049

>>952824
same anon you're replying to.
And yeah, unfortunately when doing commissions there is always a risk roll when it comes to desired result, and you don't have to like it since
money is involved. For me it's better when the client is happy with the finished commission that I find ugly, than wasting my time to go through readjustments.
And you don't have to post it either! Just block that commissioner if they're planning to commission you again lol.

No. 953062

>>952912
>soft power
>mass media
>dunecoons
is this english? do you come after artists with vocabulary like this when knowing that english isn't native to them, and expect them to comprehend all of this At Once?
Learn to educate others, not downright word salad. ESPECIALLY when this topic is so important and impactful to your people right?
Go back to your homeland and donate to get clean water instead of policing weebs online. Exercise instead of preaching aight?

No. 953065

Damn you guys are still sperging out? How many "go back to twitter" posts does one thread need

No. 953097

>>952666
This shit pisses me off to no end. I'm also latina but with light skin, and to me, the kind of people that critize a hispanic character for not being downright brown is way more racist than simply not knowing how to color dark skin

No. 953135

>>952757
I thought it was the opposite? They praised the artist for “studying” the culture and introducing a POC love interest.

Out of curiosity I read it, and it grossly fetishized the POC. Like big dick, hyper sexual, etc. I couldn’t believe this was the manga people wanted to champion as representation

No. 953149

>>953062
>Go back to your homeland
are you legitimately retarded? opinion discarded, kill yourself. bitch doesn't even understand two simple concepts and has the audacity to criticize other people's English. the utter state of modern white women

No. 953156

>>953149

dude alright we get it you hate white women and it's easier to throw around insults than to argue can we stop this needless sperging bc it'll shit up the thread

No. 953157

>>953156
>go back to twitter
>go back to your homeland
wow, such good arguments. the thread is already shit.

No. 953190

Can you two stop already?

No. 953205

File: 1635480921572.jpeg (78.07 KB, 1024x1024, FBgk73GVgAAbVPw.jpeg)

>>952333
One of the artists self promoting in the call-out post. No wonder some people are on the commissioner's side, they clearly have no grasp of color theory. Now this is something I would actually consider offensive.

No. 953207

>>953190
no, i must have the last word.

No. 953208

>>953205
Oh my god what the fuck?? I'm not sure what's worse, the anatomy, the coloring or whatever is going on in the BG.

No. 953217

man can we just move on from the racebait shit, one anon got Triggered and now the thread is dragged needlessly.

thoughts about depiction of religions in illustration? Like I've seen a lot of weeb artists now draw a lot of angels, biblical aesthetic in their arts to look "holy". While I myself feel drawn to the aesthetic too, idk if that ever causes problem in the future for appropriating another religion.

No. 953218

>>953217
I think it's a case-by-case situation. I know one artist who is Muslim and frown upon religious appropriation. That being said, the most she has done is simply refused commissions that depict religious symbols.

No. 953219

File: 1635482324906.gif (Spoiler Image, 496.06 KB, 500x301, H4Waq5A.gif)

>>953205
This is trolling… right?
>>953208
>whatever is going on in the BG
That person made a horrifying attempt at creating a black Holli Would (Cool World, 90s film), that bg is from the dancing scene.

No. 953220

>>953135
Was it the one that was basically the artist RaihanxMilo AU? If so then yeah it kinda sucked.

No. 953223

File: 1635482913066.jpg (25.84 KB, 320x320, 99283828188182838382828882.jpg)

Twitter people think harasshing random artist/people is activism while still consume mainstream media and think mainstream with some poc represtation empowered them.
>everytime

No. 953227

>>953217
I myself like using a bit of religious symbolism/imagery in my art but mostly because I really admire the aesthetic and vibe that comes with it (as well as possible hidden meanings,I'm a sucker for those). Art with religious aesthetic can look cool but if done carelessly it can look cringy or tryhard af.

Talking about christian religion depictions here, btw. I don't know about other religions, since as far as I know some religions actually see artistic depictions of their stuff as sin.

But as always, regardless of the religion if it's badly done or done carelessly it does open way to be seen as potentially offensive. As long as you know what you're doing and you're being sensitive about it, it should be alright.

No. 953230

>>952634
I hate to say it but you can’t. People who are entitled and drama-stirring will find something else wrong with the art to start mess over, they get off on putting other people down even though the artist tried to accommodate them.

Some of the artists I follow stopped doing FCFS commissions entirely and have a google form application where they choose a few from that pool. I think at this rate that may be the way to go if it doesn’t impede on your income.

No. 953239

>>953223
what the fuck are you even trying to say

No. 953243

File: 1635484942691.png (1.91 MB, 864x1440, 6614E5EE-4093-4F7B-B47C-006FE9…)

>>953227
this comes up to mind when I see awanqi's art on my feed (picrel). maybe it's just me but their art can really gets "in your face" kind of vibe to me so I ended up just blocking them entirely.

No. 953244

>>953239
twitterfag found

No. 953245

>>953244
same line as always

No. 953247

>>953243
Oh? Mind expanding on why you think awanqi's art is a little too much? Asking out of genuine curiosity. I particularly like their painting/coloding style and composition, but never paid much attention to the religious value and its potential issues.

No. 953248

>>953247
*Coloring

No. 953259

>>953247
I thought a bit more on it. It must be coming from bias really. I used to see awanqi around 2015 or so, I was friend with some big wallet commissioners and they'd come to complain to me about awanqi not very accommodating in doing commissions, despite they were charging $600 per piece way back then.

Another bias is probably just me being a horror fan. I LOVE seeing biblical depictions similar to the "canon" depiction of the cherubim (million eyes and wings). Awanqi's art comes off inoffensive and boring to me.

No. 953263

>>953245
>>953239
I understand that even myself feel annoyed when people represent my culture in fetishic and orientalism way. I know it is a issue, but i don't think harasshing is a way because it already a huge damage in the past. If you truly care about your culture, the best way is to take time to study them . Also what I meant culture is not just outfit but the media that embracing value from it.
If you wonder why some artist draw the korea and japanese culture in distinctive way because they take time study it.
Then not again not every artist will have the perfect ammount of time and not into cultural studies.

I pointed out because most of these twitter people that into harassing
random people/artist is that their exposure of another culture rely some much of mainstream media and usually doesn't bother to study/research their own or support small creator that represent their culture well.

Sorry if this sound to wordy, maybe there is an anon explain it well than me. Goodbye

Tldr : If you think some form orientalinism is the same level as the discrimination and inhuman action of asian ,you need to touch grass.You guys are perfomative as best

Learn2sage

No. 953267

>>953263
ok ma'am, sorry ma'am. are you from pakistan by any chance?

No. 953268

>>953263
Hoe stfu

No. 953274

>>953245
if you get that line multiple times then learn to integrate in places that you clearly don't fit in to nor are welcome in.

No. 953276

>>953274
yawn boring, go back to saying go back to twitter

No. 953370

>>953267
>ok ma'am, sorry ma'am. are you from pakistan by any chance?
Idk why you think me being from pakistan matter because orientalism affected in every asian culture.
I'm going to add because how stupid drama it is
>Genshin impact is made by Mihoyo which it is a giant/mainstream chinese company.
>The artist oc is never ment to be historical accurate because is Genshin which it is fantasy
>Genshin impact characters design itself is pretty orientalism in histrocial lense look up at ganyu and ningguang.
>The most people who harasshing the artist is into kpop or anime which it is a mainstream entertainment media.

No. 953371

File: 1635493143214.jpg (722.93 KB, 1080x1530, 0edfsdg.jpg)

>>953220
Yeah, it was this one and I would say that this is actually offensive because the dark skinned love interest started out with having pretty realistic features (hair, skin tone, features) but then it's like the mangaka got bored/changed her mind and turned him into what looks like a tan white person. Picrel is before.

No. 953373

File: 1635493170563.jpeg (124.29 KB, 400x575, Raion_Gotoki_no_Kuni_kara-cove…)

>>953371
And this is after.

No. 953382

>>953373
Damn, talk about a downgrade tf

No. 953383

>>952699
he has. You don't hear about it because becker, like most male artists, don't respond to drama.

No. 953388

>>953373
Wow, he was way cuter and more distinctive before.

No. 953389

>>952763
I wonder how many people come on this thread to cancel artists they're envy of and get annoyed when it doesn't work

No. 953393

>>953389
I don't draw, I don't use twitter, this is my first time posting in this shit thread, faggot. But I will applaud you for coming up with something new. Now keep derailing your shit thread.

No. 953395

>>953373
Man just fucking changed hair type.

No. 953399

>>953371
Samefag, I forgot to say that of course, in the manga there's indeed emphasis on his big dick.

No. 953402

>>953259
sorry but the circle angels are not the only 'correct' depiction of angels. Angels canonically take many forms, including human ones.

No. 953406

>>953399
That's kinda weird, but he seems like the "man" of the relationship (seme?) and I assume that's normal for yaoi

No. 953408

>>953393
You're still here?

No. 953409

>>953408
Of course.

No. 953410

>>953402
yeah I'm not here to argue which one is the "correct" one. More like I'm more interested in the unconventional design that's borderline SCP / creepypasta rather than boring humanoid with wings

No. 953440

File: 1635501093634.png (Spoiler Image, 615.96 KB, 981x617, ehhhhhhhhh.PNG)

>>953406
I mean… normally it doesn't happen like this. There's a whole scene where the other guy keeps examining the other's dick and making comments about his race/home country/tribe?? Maybe there are not bad intention but it's definitely put in a way that doesn't sound very good.
I'll stop sperging about bad bl now.

No. 953443

>>953440
holyshit, the art is just straight up bad and what kind of dialogue is this. i havent picked up on BL for some time but the quality has deteriorated since huh

No. 953447

>>953440
Ok yeah, disregard what I said, this is weird lol.

No. 953457

>>953440
>>953371
>>953373
not sure if this counts as racebait but none of these characters except look "black", they all look like dark skinned north Africans and Indians, even guy here >>953371 looks closer to some mixed north african groups like Mauritanians and Nubians rather then actual black sub-Saharan black people

No. 953460

>>953457
There's more than one way to look "subsaharan black" lol anon, it's just a drawing. Where are you from?

No. 953461

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>>953217
Most Christian imagery that we associate with the bible today isn't even actually in the bible, it's fine.

Though I'm an atheist who grew up Christian and don't respect it any more, so I'm very pro "utilize imagery of a religion that traumatized millions without actually being religious, use the cool aesthetic and fuck the church" but that's definitely a very American lens. Other regions that are heavily influenced by different religions will likely feel very different about their own being used + other religions having their own rules about these things, like the other anon mentioned.

No. 953463

File: 1635506308354.jpg (221.8 KB, 903x1280, viktor vasnetsov.jpg)

>>953217
I really like it, I always think religious imagery is cool whenever I come across it. I'm not religious and I wasn't raised super religious so unfortunately I don't incorporate stuff like that into my own art.

No. 953466

File: 1635506654528.jpg (350.39 KB, 1360x2013, ta.jpg)

>>953461
>>953217
Are there any artists who do Christan angels, but in different cultures? I think it'd be interesting, the white robe thing gets boring. I've always wanted to paint a Turkish angel

No. 953467

File: 1635506828069.jpg (77.24 KB, 416x560, FB_IMG_1452648223126-1.jpg.31d…)

>>953217
>>953227
>>953461
Christian imagery has always been diverse and varied, its one of the reasons christianity has spread so rapidly, it can easily mix with local customs and beliefs
I think Christianity is about certain themes then mere imagery
>>953466
oh yeah look up chinese and SEA christians, so many cultures have contextualized Jesus, Mary and God(sometimes the Holy Spirt)
picrel is a Christian christen depiction of Jesus as an enlightened and just ruler

No. 953479

File: 1635507369352.png (298.78 KB, 338x772, wrist.png)

>>953467
>Japanese christians
EVERY NIGHT IN MY DREAM
I SEE YOU
I FEEL YOU

No. 953481

>>953467
Christianity with its many saints and aspects of God allows various cultures to interpret the Christian faith their own way and create their own unique brand of Christianity
Your local mother Goddesses can easily be substituted with the Holy Mary, creator God is simply revealed to Yahweh all along so they don't even have to change their previous high god's name and tribal war God, well they either pick the Archangel Michael or saint George for warrior inspiration
I'm not a Christian but the Christian faith is honestly the only religion that can spread to the rest of the world due to its flexible nature, the religion of the arab pedophile(Islam) or Hinduism or too focused on their Golden age that already existed and thus always focus on that culture
you have to pray in either Arabic or Sanskrit and your own language is viewed as a corruptive influence, dress by that standard and change your very names to fit in to the religion

No. 953483

>>953481
I genuinely hope you get raped to death.(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)

No. 953487

>>953483
that's quite an overreaction

No. 953499

>>953466
oh! the headgear looks really cool, this makes me want to look more into turkish traditional clothing.
>>953467
yeah, only recently I learned about the different branches of Christianity, and how they're completely separated from Judaism. For now I'm still researching Italian-based Christianity, there are so many cool artworks I managed to find online, I'd rather stare at them than whatever my local church put up on their walls.
>>953481
just curious, you have anything against Islam OP?

as for my country, Buddhism is definitely the majority in here while Christianity is in the minority. Here and then we hear about land dispute between the Church and the socialist government, it's all hush hush from the media.
I have a few good friends that are devoted Christian (one of them has picture of Virgin Mary on their lockscreen, no kidding). Sometimes I'm worried that they'd find out about my hobby of drawing hot anime Lucifer (lol, and yeah.)

No. 953501

>>953499
>hot anime Lucifer
Obey Me artists come thru

No. 953511

>>953499
I mean, there’s a clear difference between drawing Lucifer for religious purposes and Lucifer for anime fandom purposes.
I’m kind of religious and while I would never draw something like, idk, a picture of how the satanist cult depicts Satan, or a pentagram, I love my demon boys and I appreciate the art that people do of them.

No. 953515

>>953499
>just curious, you have anything against Islam OP?
Nta but what sane woman wouldn't

>>953483
Dirty male

No. 953522

File: 1635510511160.jpeg (417.69 KB, 1125x856, 70E05DC5-7612-4CC1-8F21-AAD33B…)

>>953515
same anon from this >>953499

I don't see Islamic in here at all. There are only a few occasions where I'd see Muslim girls in tourist area (and thought they're pretty cute too). I don't understand the misconception/misunderstanding we are having here? picrel is just me googling it.

>>953511
Oh, got it. While I don't draw for fandom in general, but rather like.. similar to people making anime ocs of deities and demons? I still keep this hobby very private even in online space too.

No. 953545

>>953522
I'm sorry, what are you talking about? Anon was saying how Christianity is more flexible even art-wise than Islam and other religions, you ask her if she's got anything against Islam and I said that every sane woman would. What does that have anything to do with you not seeing islamic?? and finding Muslim girls cute?

Islam is bad and that's a fact, no matter how much twitter zoomers or online articles written by non-muslims tell you otherwise. You can ask any woman stuck in any Islam dominated country and she'll tell you the same. Nothing good can come from a religion worshipping a literal pedophile.

No. 953551

File: 1635511809232.png (Spoiler Image, 426.03 KB, 720x1386, Screenshot_20211029-144223~2.p…)

Didn't know that mazamuno used to draw furryporn,,

(forgot to put spoiler for image)

No. 953562

>>953551
It's not surprising tbh

No. 953582

>>953511
>>953499
even lucifer isn't real, well he is but not in the way people think
most historians believe that the figure is mostly 3 separate figures that were jumbled together to create one central antagonist, the snake in the Garden of Eden who would have been just one minor trickster deity, the angle that challenges God on whether Job would remain loyal to him and Lucifer himself, a figure that rebelled against Yahweh's rule with an army of his followers
these three are different characters that were merged into one figure, a lot of contextualization of Satan as all these figures at once came from Burton's Paradise lost, which portrayed Satan as a tragic romantic hero

No. 953587

>>953373
>>953371
One thing about this phenomenon, even looking at the most shallow interpretation:
>Character is hot and dark skinned
>Let me switch everything about them inclusing skintone, hair texture, and color pallete
This happened a lot with Leon and Raihan (Pokemon) artists from Korea. It made no sense, isn't the darker skin part of the appeal from a fujo's perspective?

No. 953590

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>>953545
I mean with fantasy anime characters with series like pokemon the characters are based on a east asian perspective of race, many characters that get headcanoned/labelled as black by westerners are often meant to be dark skinned asians, in the case of Japanese content they are specifically meant to be Okinawans or from the far south like Osaka, while with koreans they are meant to be from the far southern Islands or rural areas

No. 953591

>>953587
no. I mean it's well known that East Asians are particularly colorist, but even western fujos don't seem to care about dark skinned characters, unless they're one of the woke types.

No. 953593

>>953587
I think it’s common in manga to whitewash the characters over the time because it takes less effort to finish panels and such.
Isn’t drawing dark skinned characters more expensive because of the cost of printing?
I’ve read that a long time ago though, it’s probably not as impactful as it seems and maybe it’s laziness or it could be even that because of plot reasons, he isn’t as tan as he was when he got there to live with the boy.

No. 953599

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>>953587
Tbf, I don't think his hair changed that much. I didn't even realize that the before is supposed to be dreadlocs (I assume) before I saw that they're flat at the bottom. I think the way the hair that's pulled back is drawn makes it look like it's straight. All the other changes suck though.
>>953457
The character is supposed to be Maasai, which means he would be Kenyan/Tanzanian, picrel.

No. 953608

>>953599
The hair in your pic does come across as an attempt at dreadlocks (seems pretty convincing to me, even if not completely accurate maybe?), while in >>953373 it looks like straight black hair pulled back. It changes so much during panels too though, like >>953440 and >>953599 are both on the first chapters. I feel like the mangaka can't draw dreadlocks right/ doesn't enjoy it that much and just gave up completely in later chapters.

No. 953641

When they say that you have to stretch your watercolor paper, are they only talking about cotton paper? I’ve never heard anyone specify. I tired pre-wetting Canson XL paper and it didn’t do shit but curl.

No. 953731

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>>953217
As a former christian I love it when people use christian aesthetics for their own purposes lmao. I genuinely think it looks cool and there’s a lot you can do with the themes, you can really get some emotional depth from it and touch on things such as guilt, ideas of purity and comfort, life and death, authority, “sin,” etc…

Picrel is by Thomas Blackshear. I like when people make their own interpretations of religious figures. In the type of Christianity I was raised in, I was taught that drawing god/angels/whatever was disrespectful and idolatry, but historically most christians have been fine with it and consider it an act of worship, or a way to make these figures feel more real and personal to them. The difference between Christian aesthetics used by Christians and non-Christians has always been interesting to me.

No. 953736

>>952333
y'all being played by this person now they're getting free art of their OC because people wanted to show that "racist" artist how it should be done kek

No. 953739

>>953641
Did you tape the edges down?

No. 953740

File: 1635527338973.jpg (99.42 KB, 847x1364, 1626699366651.jpg)

>>933479
casually ends your monarchy, nothing personal papist

No. 953741

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>>953740
This is an actual letter that Cromwell wrote to a Catholic Irish priest.

No. 953766

>>953740
wrong thread anon lol

No. 953903

>>952424
The thing that gets me about all of the twitter folk bitching about this being too pale or whitewashed is that none of them can describe or draw what a good dark skin character in this style would even look like. If this isn't good enough then what is?

No. 953906

>>953903
im convinced this the commissioner didn't want to pay the artist and decided to stir shit.

No. 953930

>>953736
And the artist gained over 3000 followers and people wanting to buy their commissions. I’d take that over shitty free art.

No. 953937

>>953930
lol and the entitled scammer commissioner locked their twitter acc meanwhile the artist seemingly moved on just fine

No. 953951

Surprised this hasn't been mentioned here yet but who's heard about the new art site with the "sheezy art" name from like 2005??
They couldn't even get off the ground properly before folks started shouting about pedophilia and nsfw art I swear to god, that site is dead on arrival like all the rest of them because of sjws and furry coomers sitting up everything they get their mitts on for attention.

No. 954005

>>953591
Nah, Leon and Raihan were pretty big hits with fangirls. All of the Sword/Shield trainers tbh. One of the few things like by everyone.

No. 954006

>>953736
I was noticing that lmao. Now she's getting a flood of OC art for free. Kinda jealous ngl

No. 954122

>>953903
https://twitter.com/Jokeb0i/status/1453537334587117571?s=20

someone did. Also the solution to "being scared to draw darker skin people" is to just practice drawing darker skin and using your color picker tool and messing around with layer modes more. I know these people are annoying and I don't agree with how the situation is handled especially with what seems like a language barrier but it also says a lot about you as a person and artist when you just don't draw them all together. I have a couple of black characters and people don't say shit about them cause I studied and followed tutorials, you just have to search for them, which is easy since google is free

No. 954145

>>954122
This is an image board, post pics

No. 954162

>>954122
Anons here are definitely being racebait-y but as I've seen some people point out, the way this person coloured still made the skin more saturated than the rest of the drawing.
Also, imo, I don't think the "twitter basement dwellers are mean, so I literally can't draw black people ever" spergs are actually the majority of people that don't have many drawings of black people (some people it just doesn't really occur to them), wich is why the way people like suzuhi get absolutely lambasted feels so unwarranted and violently petty.

No. 954172

>>954162
That can be remedied by adjusting the hair/clothing as well. It'll just be at 40% Opacity instead of 30%. But maybe they just merged the layers prematurely?

No. 954197

File: 1635561406106.jpg (285.75 KB, 724x1024, boranatribegirl.jpg)

>>954122
>I have a couple of black characters and people don't say shit about them cause I studied and followed tutorials
>studied and followed tutorials
>on drawing black people
Is looking at photos of actual black people too triggering or something, anon?

No. 954206

>>952715
This is why any artist worth their salt doesn't even bother with Twitter or social media. It's all bullshit.

No. 954241

>>953731
I love your picrel, I will look more into Thomas Blackshear too, thank you!
>you can really get some emotional depth from it and touch on things such as guilt, ideas of purity and comfort, life and death, authority, “sin,” etc…
this makes sense to me now. when I'm doing vent art, I often want to draw a character reflecting my exact emotions (since I have trouble letting it out myself). The depictions would a person collapse on a floor crying, or committing heinous crime, etc. When I put a halo or wings on them, somehow I feel "forgiven" at that moment. It's really calming to me.

No. 954263

the commissioned artist said they were not ethnically Japanese and someone goes "why are you pretending to be Japanese? sounds like fetishization" just for speaking fluent Japanese? I think the genshin fandom might actually be worse than Voltron and Steven universe combined.

No. 954264

>>954263
if you're talking about suzuhi, i'm pretty sure they're chinese, not japanese.

No. 954265

Ew ew ew, a really gross TiM lolcow RT'd my art. I fucking hate that my art seems to attract trannies even though I never dip my toes in gendershit, I'm always worried about getting in some dumb shitstorm over pronouns or something. I only draw sfw on this account but I still attract degenerates with timelines full of porn left and right. Anyone else have this porblem, is it just an inevitablility of posting on Twitter?

No. 954267

>>954263
Voltron and GI are comparable in terms of intensity. But I'm pretty sure GI is much bigger at this point.

No. 954269

>>954265
Felt that. I seldom draw nsfw, but when I do I try to keep it tasteful but because it's nsfw, coomers of all sorts come flocking. I feel like it's just twitter at this point, people of all sorts use that site, it's just that coomers make up the larger population in the art side of things. It's a nightmare.

No. 954272

>>954265
oof same here. It's not even on twitter but tumblr also. I'd have this one reblogged my art post and tagging like "ugjgj the art makes me want to cum",when I browse their blog it's all grossly transmen porn.
my solution is giving myself a tequila shot and straight up blocking them. It's harder on twitter since more people congregated on it now.

No. 954274

>>954272
Weirdos plaguing twitter is detrimental for sfw artists who are just trying to grow an audience and get possible commissioners.

They'd hit that follow button and rt art but when it's time we open commissions for sfw drawings, they're silent. Hitting a certain milestone on twitter doesn't mean shit anymore, all these cooms are just here for free content.

No. 954281

>>954272
>my solution is giving myself a tequila shot and straight up blocking them
I feel this.

No. 954286

>>954272
same anon here.
Also I'd Heavily Suggest to block those who has those matching profiles and replying to you and other artists constantly. Obvious grifter behavior.

I had one even went into my DM oversharing their mental disorder and gender dysphoria history, like, they are so delusional with their parasocial relationship with artists it's Insane.
I wish I had a hard proof solution to all this, since I really miss casual chatting with friends on twitter. We'd throw dirty jokes here and there, but then horny randos would be like "oh this person can 100% fine with me talking the same way to them".

Boundaries? that shit doesnt matter online anymore.

I'd rather getting retweeted/boosted by an esteem, professional artist than having big coomer artist having their followers flooding into my account. Nightmare. Really.

No. 954293

>>954286
>getting retweeted/boosted by an esteem, professional artist than having big coomer artist having their followers flooding into my account

That's the dream honestly. Currently I have 5k followers, which isn't a lot when you consider more than half of them comprise of horny coomers who can't even do the bare minimum of retweeting my works.

No. 954303

>>954263
They pretty much said they were hoping people think they're japanese and wish they were as well. It's weird no matter how you shake it since there is a trend of people pretending to be Japanese for clout.

No. 954308

>>954303
I think it's less for cloud and more to keep up an "innocent" face, seeing how people (particularly western weebs) tend to have this skewed perception that japanese people are always gentle and "do nothing wrong". At least most cases I've witnessed where an artist tries to pretend or act like they're japanese ended up being because of this.

No. 954314

>>954303
>were hoping people think they're japanese and wish they were as well
Asian weebs are another level of delusional. SEA especially.

No. 954322

>>954286
I try to tell myself that in regards to followers it's always quantity over quality. But it's especially hard when you see gross horny shit get way more traction than they should while you're spending hours painting and getting little to no attention.

No. 954323

>>954314
got something against SEA nonny?

No. 954324

>>954314
For real, especially the Thai and PH circle.

No. 954325

>>954323
no offense but you guys are bigger weebs than hispanics. I cant count how many times ive followed a art account that tweets with japanese hashtags only but their replies are filled with indonesian

No. 954326

>>954323
I feel bad for you guys because white men come to your country and try to marry your women. Sorry(racebaiting)

No. 954330

>>954326
that's only Philippines and Thailand, most SEA are conservative Muslims so they don't let white men abuse them like that, however they do worship Arab men to an even worse extent and I do mean worship
most literally believe that Arabic is the most perfect language in existence and the Arabs are God's chosen race for muslims to model themselves on

No. 954331

>>954325
idk where all this ignorant misconceptions coming from. We adapt japanese media as much as chinese and korea. For decades I communicate with my Thai friends in japapnese just fine. And what's wrong with using the language when America and eurocentric countries already making English their global language.

we're weebs. So What? Drawing anime shits is already weebs anyways. This is completely different from people LARPing as japanese like the lulubuu thing happened before.
>>954326
??? what does this mean

No. 954332

>>954331
same anon but this thread keeps getting weirdly racebait xenophobia all over again and i'm gonna dip tf out.

No. 954334

>>954331
SEA are always so annoying online. I don’t blame you because 3rd world. Cope my love

No. 954335

>>954334
Good. We don't want you anyways.

No. 954338

>>954335
Good I don’t want your ladyboys or jolibee

No. 954339

here comes the farmhands

No. 954341

Can't we just discuss this situation normally without having to derail into racebait and borderline xenophobic bullshit? Jesus, none of that is necessary. This is an art salt thread, ffs.

No. 954343

>>954341
I love SEA it is beautiful waters. We really don’t care at the end of the day because we’re the first world

No. 954374

>>954263
The screencap going around as "proof" was from 2017 too, she was never hiding anything… Imagine getting mad at someone for being at worst a weeb, while also playing genshin and having OCs that look like That

No. 954532

>>954265
Kevin Gibes once RTed my (totally sfw) art once too lmao, my notifs were flooded with so many gross troons and babyfurs after that. I really hate how many people shove a lot of fetishy stuff in their username/icon so you're forced to look at it if they're in your notifs.

No. 954534

read the words study and color picker again, sorry for not being clear enough for your 2nd grade reading comprehension

No. 954535

>>954534
meant for >>954122

No. 954607

>>954331
I think you are taking my original comment the wrong way. I didn't say all SEA, I specifically said "SEA weebs". Because of proximity (both culturally through soft power exchange and literally with access to Japanese media) SEA weebs can be the worst bc they use these as reasons to believe that they can actually become Japanese.
tl;dr: I'm not saying a whole geographic region acts this way, specifically weebs, nonny

No. 954659

>>954532
rip anon

No. 955013

>>954122
In response to that link, I fear this exact scenario.
Despite the person seeing the examples/what they’re paying for/are seeing that the artist is willing to help change the artwork for their pleasure, they’ll jump at the chance to criticize the literal artstyle/artist themselves and not pay for a commission.

No. 955054

ofc the callout post was by another one of those black artists who loves drawing Asian charas as "black" with the ugliest ass takes

No. 955055

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>>955054

same anon but for fuck's sake why do they think doing this is cute??? does colour theory not exist? what is this quality?

No. 955056

>>955055
This shit is so blurry i thought my eyes were fucked up for a moment.

The interesting part is that a lot of these people who draw x character but black don't even bother to alter their color scheme slightly to harmonize with the skin color change like on that pic. People hate to think about it, but not all colors fit with all skin tones. Dress up a white or slightly tan character in sand-colored outfits and they'll look like the distant cousin of a potato. If you're going to racebend a character, then at least bother to alter the color scheme slightly so it'll harmonize better.

No. 955057

>>955054

Yeah for real they look like they just changed the skin colour/hair and called it a day. Talk about absolutely zero creativity

No. 955063

>>955055
Ngl, when even black artists do this, I feel like they are making fun of themselves. I understand POC can get pretty dark, but the saturation doesn't match anyone's actual skin tone. People who are ignorant of color theories and stories, should not be doing art and critiquing people at the same time when their art level is in the realm Sonic the Hedgehog fanfic art and even that shit has people who know how colors work together. Nothing in these bright brown-oranges looks good. Absoltely nothing and it doesn't translate as black skin either.

No. 955095

Am I the only one who gets a bit pissed off when these western twitter people grab a character who has a dark skin and call them black even though having dark skin doesn't necessarily mean that the character is black? It just feels like they're erasing other dark-skinned ethnicities by only seeing themselves, yet if you call them out on it they get pissed off. It's like when these same people grab a fair skinned anime character and call them white even though that character could just be asian.

No. 955120

>>955095
Definitely because in their small, Americanized brains there's only black or white and every other POC is deemed irrelevant compared to their suffering

No. 955142

>>955063
>>955056
This is exactly.
Side tangent, but some of these ppl look at a colour pallet with a black person with a slight purple/blue/lighter reddish-grey tone and claim that the artist is colour/white washing, and “””fix”” the art with the most ugliest hues is the reason why I have a hard time posting art of poc characters. It hasn’t happened for me yet, but I’m waiting for that one comment/call out post.
No one says anything about the light blue/grey white person, but as soon as it’s a person of colour, they’re automatically an African American and “you don’t know how to colour black people”

No. 955148

>>955142

>they’re automatically an African American and “you don’t know how to colour black people”


This. These people act like they're the Masters of Coloring Black People Correctly but actually all they know is how to color african american black people. Just like whites and browns, black skin comes in a variety of tones too, but these different tones of black skin are almost never found in the US because they tend to be from Africa and Asia. Even the oh-so-hated "ashy" black skin tone is actually real and can be found IRL, just not in the USA.

90% of the time these people who try to talk about coloring black skin like know-it-alls only know how to color african american black people.

No. 955239

>>955063
>>955148
pretty much. american black people come in different tones too, it’s just the know-it-alls seem to always pick the same 2-3 darker skin tones at high saturation to “correct” to. they’re looking for a stereotype in any/all vaguely tanned or darker characters so if the art doesn’t fit that stereotype it makes them mad.

someone even accused me of not being black because one of my black characters, who is the same color as me, wasn't dark enough to them so there’s no winning even if you are black lmao

No. 955348

>>955239
it's weird how skin color is the only thing that matters to them. what about depicting black hair, nose shape,lip, wider faces, etc. all these "black" characters still have the generic anime face

No. 955478

>>955095
You can be black and of particular ethnicity. Ethnicity, nationality, and race are very different labels.

No. 955502

>>955478
The point is that these people think that all characters with darker skin can only be black. Like there are characters that are japanese and never have been any way been told have any other ancestry, but since they have darker skin, these people think they have to be black. Same with some characters that are canonically say southeast asian or indian.

No. 955512

File: 1635699684993.jpg (40.67 KB, 640x638, cute-cat-photos-1593441022.jpg)

bump

No. 955528

>>954325
Lmao, i'm an indofag and it's pretty much an open secret in the local twitter art community that some of us puts up an east asian artist "persona" (usually korean or japanese– the username, the tags, the captions, etc). I think most of them just does it to distance themselves from the local community though, like to get a wider international audience.

No. 955544

>>955348
omg this, fucking this. these people only care about skin, but when it comes to the actual facial features they always draw the same shape of nose and lips like it's the black equivalent of the generic anime face. i'm black and i have a smaller nose and flatter lips. it doesn't make me less black but if i draw my characters (who are all black) with those features, these people will say that i am erasing their "blackness". it's no better than people drawing white characters with the same old disney features aka the button nose and thin yet slightly pouty lips and defined rosy cheeks. i honestly prefer facial feature diversity way more than skin color, there are so many beautiful types of nose, lip, eye and overall face shapes that are ethnic and so unique but people never care about those, only about the generic full lips and wide nose. it's one of the reasons why i'm not fond of most racebends that people do on twitter. like yay, representation, but at the same time it almost always looks so carelessly done. if these people want to complain about white characters all looking the same then they gotta step up their game and draw different-looking black characters too.

No. 955545

>>955544
We know they care about hair too as we can see from the stupid drama with the space bun business in Animal Crossing and then the spergouts regarding Owl House and Amphibia. People also argue about Amethyst from SU because purple apparently means black coded.

No. 955721

>>955055
>Those lips
>Implying that dreadlocks are hardcoded into a race
Far from it for me to say this, but wouldn't those be a more offensive thing to do than picking a color that's 5 decibels too high such that >>954122 feels the need to backseat?

No. 955878

Seeing all this stuff related to artists and black characters and other black artists is one of the main reasons I do not disclose the information that I am black myself. I don't want any association.

No. 955882

>>955502
I don't think you understand what "black" means…

No. 955942

>>955882
anon you’re asking for way too much from a bunch of white and asian tumblr refugees

No. 955988

>>955942
somebody's angry lmao, go back to twt

No. 955995

>>955878
to be fair these artists are simply just a very vocal minority. There's plenty of amazing black artists who draw well and don't get into this drama. Just that there's a specific breed of these types of people on twt

No. 956159

>>955878
Same here to be honest, I don't even really participate in black Twitter tags either because I don't even draw humans, so I feel like my art wouldn't count because I'm not drawing black people. I've layed low on all points of identification, though, Twitter doesn't deserve to know that much about me.

No. 956162

>>956159
tbh that's the best way to use twitter. all i put on my twitter bio is my age and pronouns as well as languages others than english that i speak, and that's it. no gender, race, country, nothing. no photos of me either, just my drawings. and i think it saved me from being lumped in with the loud shitbits as well as other crappy avoidable stress that comes with that.

No. 956210

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>>953731
Thomas Blackshear is a sick artist, he did these awesome paintings of various Indians. This one's probably my favorite. I got some tutorial videos of his from CGPeers just to see his techniques. He does these really detailed base drawings and then transfers them to a huge canvas, and then builds up layers in acrylic. Makes me optimistic that I could try the same technique, too.

No. 956249

>>956162
Sorry to tell you this but I'm extremely wary of anybody who puts their pronouns on their profile, it immediately associates them with terminally online idiots.

No. 956293

>>956249
nta but using pronouns in bio is a way to get retards off my back tbh. i just jokingly put something along the lines of "i don't have pronouns, don't refer to me ever" and it gets people off my case

No. 956301

>>956249
This, I refuse to put my pronouns up because it's enabling a retarded tranny pandering practice. I don't put my gender or sexual orientation up either for that matter.

>>956293
If anyone gives you shit for not putting up your pronouns just tell them it's none of their business. As far as they are concerned you could be a ~questioning enbie prince triggered by the gender discourse~ or whatever.

No. 956316

>>956210
That's a beautiful painting, where can I see his tutorials?

No. 956318

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>>956210
thanks for sharing!! I like this one the butterflies remind me of Caesar Zeppeli's bubbles a little bit heh

No. 956319

>>956210
Dumb bitch they’re not Indians you colonizer

No. 956321

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>>956319
stop sperging, it's literally day one of the federal holiday called American Indian heritage month. a lot tribal members identify as American Indian, a lot of people don't care about labels as long as we get respect

No. 956323

>>956321
more often than not the ones that care the most about labels and lose their shit over them are whites themselves lol white saviour complex too strong

No. 956335

>>955055
Its browns and purples I don't see anything here color wise that looks out of place. Why the image is so fucking blurry like it was taken by gun point is beyond me though.

No. 956336

>>956319
Shut up wera

No. 956344

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>>956210
>>953731
Love the guy. Talented as hell.

No. 956435

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I don't get these wierdos, this is an artist who Vegeta with a clearly female build and face and any time someone comments on how weird it is she claims that person is a "triggered insecure dude bro"

No. 956441

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>>956435
I hate how those twitterfags bastardized words like "trigger" and etc. It used to mean something powerful but now it's just ahaha fun meme word to tease the nasty cishets haha

also that drawing looks like this shit

No. 956488

>>956301
I also refuse to use the she/her bullshit because I don't wanna be associated with the tumblr crowd, so I use "female artist" instead, but now I'm wondering if that sounds worse lol
Is it better to straight up not disclose your gender?

No. 956500

>>952634
Avoid it by not posting your art on Twitter. "Art" twitter are looking either for porn, validation, or fights.

No. 956506

File: 1635786781000.jpg (149.3 KB, 1018x1136, FDE0BLkUUAA7vtu.jpg)

lol

No. 956522

>>956506
Kek fucking idiot

No. 956524

>>952333

Her skin looks like shit in most of the pictures but the commissioner should have paid. And also should have paid attention and hired a black artist if the skin tone thing mattered so much.

No. 956693

>>956506
is this an nft thing, how do you steal drawings through discord? I am confused as to what's even happening here

No. 956697

>>956488
"female artist" sounds weird tbh, just leave out pronouns altogether or put the female emoji

No. 956774

>>956506
This tweet feels like gibberish to me, tbh.

No. 956780

>>956769
>>956774
So from what I could find, Bored Ape Yacht Club is an NFT series like the CryptoPunk series. MetaMask is a crypto wallet that holds blockchain tokens (like ETH, NFTs, Bitcoin, etc). Apparently, this guy got tricked into allowing someone else access into his crypto wallet. If you ever watched Kitboga, those are the same kind of scammers but this time, that got access to someone's crypto wallet instead of their home PC.

No. 956793

>>956780
"Ape Yacht Club"…

wait, are these like…closed species from DeviantArt but for techbros instead?

No. 956802

>>956793
Now that I think about it, that is essentially what NFT collections are.

No. 956816

>>956319
cállese vieja

No. 956819

>>956802
Oh my god I can't believe techbros just reinvented the same bullshit teenage girls used to do on DeviantArt groups and fight over in the early-mid 2010's. It's just like the closed species drama, you get to enter a special little club and have your own "original" character that nobody can replicate and there's money involved even though someone from outside could freely copy that character because it's just a png/stupid design.

No. 956861

File: 1635811013463.png (63.08 KB, 595x598, iamlunasol.PNG)

What do artanons think about iamlunasol? She's has heavy cow traits and in the last few months she made a bunch of hot takes on tiktok about her fetish for lolis and keeps getting mass reported.

No. 956878

>>956861
Context? What is she talking about? What are the tiktoks?
She sounds like a delusional pickme

No. 956936

>>956861
Is she actually a woman? Or is she another TinaFate01?

No. 956940

>>956861
Why does she sound so desperate here, this is just sad

No. 956951

File: 1635818968280.jpeg (223.07 KB, 1234x1475, bitrough.jpeg)

>>956861
Oh I know nothing about this person, however people making fun of her kept coming up on my TikTok fyp, I thought she was a troon and blocked her but holy shit she seems to be a biowoman, just rough looking(pic is of her face i just found it)

No. 956961

File: 1635819578416.jpeg (67.59 KB, 720x1280, 4A200C63-84F0-4E86-B83F-6D6587…)

>>956936
She's sadly a biowoman. I remember her from earlier this year because she made a tiktok that went viral where she talked about wanting to sell porn to "minor antis" at cons to see their reactions. She also created a Genshin Impact charm of Diluc (I think?) and Kaeya that says "Brotherfuckers" that also got her backlash. There's also rumors going around that she and her husband doxed teenagers over shipping drama. (picrel is her)

No. 956979

>>956961
Wait that was her?? The more you know

No. 957126

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high guardian spice's amazing quality and anatomy everyone

No. 957131

>>957126
of course they gave most womanly physique to the character whose supposed to be a crossdressing male

No. 957135

>>957126
This gives me the same pedo adjacent vibes as that female show runner who was thirsting on teenage boys on her old Tumblr, given that Raye Rodriguez is an old school fujoshi she's probably super into uwu sensitive boys (who gets groomed into trooning out kek).

No. 957138

>>957135
>Everything I don't like is Pedo
Back to twitter right now faggot

No. 957149

>>957138
>defending HGS and its tranny creator

No. 957151

>>957149
>Pumping money into a self-indulgent, shoddily constructed series that nobody asked for just because of the overwhelming nepotism in the animation scene
>nah that's not actual milk how about baseless pedo accusations that's where the real story lies
This thread never fails to disappoint

No. 957159

>>957149
>>957151
There’s ongoing discussions about this person in /snow/

No. 957226

>>955878
I hate that so many black artists online are this mentally ill since i spent the majority of my life feeling like i barely knew any black artists growing up. I really don’t bother to address being black for the same reason, besides the fact that i just don’t want anyone knowing anything about me online. just don’t want to associate with these psychos.

i feel like the worst thing about this shit is that nobody can point out this behavior without coming off as racist or a “coon” or whatever because nobody wants to accept that the shit they pull is fucking insane. it fucking sucks.

No. 957240

>>957226
The loudest are heard the most. I've found a lot of cool African, Carribean, and other black artists around the world through twitter. It takes more effort than looking at most popular tags, but worth it. No weird pronoun, identity bs just beautiful art.

No. 957269

>>957226
It's not worth publicly identifying as black because it doesn't actually matter. It's just putting a target on your back for more hate and scrutiny.

No. 957353

>>957126
The art in HGS is atrocious, and they even dare to call it "anime" when actually it looks slightly worse than steven universe

No. 957357

>>957226
Identifying your race or nationality on Twitter is just not fucking worth it because 1. people will associate you with the bad apples of the group on the spot and 2. you'll attract those bad apples to yourself.

I'm brazilian and the LAST thing I want on twitter is for others to know that I'm brazilian, because if I confirm anything then people will think I'm one of those stupid annoying ass "HUEHUEHUE BRBR" brazilians with broken english and it'll attract those guys to me as well (the brazilian part of twitter's art community is annoying as fuck). I reveal nothing about my identity because there's enough shit in my life IRL for me to stress over and twitter's not going to be one of them.

No. 957359

>>957240
i’m the type to stray away from popular tags or anything like that because it’s always the same ugly tumblr-looking ass bullshit and i prefer to be a pretentious cunt with pretentious taste. but i’m glad to know the black artists i do personally know and find online that don’t involve themselves in constant bullshit. i just don’t understand how anyone of these people think that seething 24/7 will make people want to engage with you, let alone look at your art.
>>957269
i generally haven’t since i was a kid because of this reason to be honest. it’s just safer not to mention it at all.

No. 957385

>>956861
>>956878
I followed the iamlunasol Kaeluc drama in real time on Tiktok so here’s the drama:
>She was semi-popular on Tiktok already but really blew up from creating drama.
>Has accused other creators of stealing her ideas (only one of which was justified because that artist’s merch looked almost like a 1:1 ripoff of her’s)
>Started picking fights with Tiktok teenagers and that’s her whole platform now
>Thrives off of “owning the haters” (i.e. kids lol)
>Calls kids sensitive crybabies but never shuts up about how much of a “victim of cancel culture” she is
>Ever since she got cancelled for shipping Kaeluc, she’s been pumping out merch she thinks will (in her own words) “trigger” teenagers
>As another anon mentioned, she joked about wanting to openly display porn (specifically Kaeluc) at cons, once again, to trigger the kids
>She and her husband posted kids’ full legal names over the Kaeluc drama
>Did I mention this woman is around 30?

Tl;dr: She’s just a sad, sad grown woman whose entire internet presence hinges on internet drama with people half her age.

No. 957391

>>957385
I miss the days when shipping wars was just stupid fun between weebs.

No. 957448

Apparently even the WWF, or at least its german branch, has joined the NFT craze.

The irony, lol.

No. 957473

>>957126
it's depressing to think about how much time and money got snuck into this shit, while animators overseas were probably overworked on a tight deadline. the weeb debate about whether this is "real anime" is irrelevant, it's such a poorly done animation at its core. i hate that the US animation industry never wants to take chances on new stories (hollywood in general is like this) We get a new idea like Adventure Time and Steven Universe, but then the next decade is filled with copycats of it because no one wants to take a chance on different ideas.

ATLA is the crowning gem of modern western cartoon series, the closest thing we got to an anime equivalent

No. 957490

>>957385
Oh that's just sad. And she's married to boot??

No. 957494

>>957385
So the milk is that people are mad that she ships fictional kids with adults or kids with other kids who are also fictional.. They really got her account removed because of this? Are people really this sensitive? They have to be minors right? These people freaking out, no way they are mentally capable adults. I don't want to believe it.

No. 957535

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>The fraud of the cryptocurrency inspired by "The Squid Game": falls from $ 3,000 to zero and its creators flee with the profits
https://www-xataka-com-mx.translate.goog/criptomonedas/fraude-criptomoneda-inspirada-juego-calamar-cae-3-mil-dolares-a-cero-sus-creadores-huyen-ganancias?_x_tr_sl=es&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=nui

Speaking of crypto being gambling and a fraud

No. 957643

>>957494
Did you even read the post? The milk is that kids got mad at her over an incest-y ship and she doxxed them over it. I chalk the kids’ behavior up to them being retarded kids but she, as a 32 yo, has no excuse for posting kids’ legal names publicly on tiktok.

No. 957662

>>957643
Nayrt did she really doxx them or did she just Google search them? So many retarded kids putting their full names out on the internet associated with the same username they use everywhere and then freaking out that they've been doxxed. I don't buy it.

No. 957666

>>956316
He sells video lessons on gumroad.
https://thaxtonstudios.gumroad.com/
I have volume 6, it's good for learning about his working process. He's very methodical.

No. 957690

>>957385
>oh my god anons this one stupid cow bitch shipped something I don't like what a fucking degenerate
>So hear me out me and all the other pronouns on bio enbies fucked her shit up over it and got her fired and cancelled for being a pedo
>You want proof of her being a pedo? She posted NSFW on Tiktok where a 21-year old minor might see it, can you imagine!
>Now my bestie Aiden got triggered over her calling kids stupid so xe got xir mother on phone and called her employer to let them know that she's raping kids online and she should be jailed for yaoi shipping crimes
>Oh and this ugly karen is like 30 so yikes whats she doing with all this anime shit instead of birthing some goddamn kids??? ewwwww I'm never going to turn 30
>Did I forget to mention that s-she absolutely deserved it because she DOXXED minors by reposting a screenshot of their twitter profile without any identifiable information expect the oversharing shit the dumbass kid publicly put up themselves!!!
>Anyway how dare she be upset about publicly accused of being a pedophile based on made up rumors lol they're just kids teasing her a bit just close your eyes and walk away from it!
The rundown of drama like this shit, every time. To be invested in round 105 of this shit you need to be like 15 yourself or have severe brain damage.

No. 957699

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These blatant traces are sending me.. original is unxxi, copy is uhm_saga. They're not even trying to hide it really

No. 957704

>>957699
I'm honestly sick and tired of this art style

No. 957705

>>957690
hi luna(hi cow)

No. 957716

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It's funny because it's already an art style that was adapted from @imlllsn (not saying unxxi is a copycat but just that it's clearly inspired). It's especially weird to me because uhm_saga can clearly construct and render pretty well, because tracing only gets you so far, so what's the point? Why not express an individual vision? Or why not at least swap out the taobao menhara outfits for any other aesthetic?

No. 957723

>>957385
She's insane, I get kids are annoying but it's weird as fuck to get assmad over fictional ships at her big age. And it's fucking weird to want to show porn to teenagers, she needs to delete her social media and get therapy. I hate looking at her face too, I bet she scares her husband when she rounds a corner too quick, looking like a monster under the bed

No. 957729

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>>957643
>>957662
Anon who talked about the doxxing minors rumor. It happened back on September 26/27th. Apparently there was a discord server dedicated to making fun of her/taking her social media accounts down and she had a meltdown on twitter over it. Threatened to sue the parents of everyone in the server and that if any of her accounts got temporarily banned then she'd start a lawsuit. Her instagram account was then taken down, which caused her to freak out even further… until it was reinstated on October 1st. There's been nothing else about the lawsuit since.

I don't know what the other anon's talking about by her posting teenagers real full names on tiktok though.

No. 957739

>>957716
I thought the same thing anon. Also didn't know about imlllsn! I can definitely see the inspiration there

No. 957759

>>957385
genshin fans including (you) all suck and should get a life lmao

No. 957778

>>957385
Like I know genshin fans are freaking insane, this woman isn't any better with how obsessed she is with trying to 'owe' it to a bunch of kids.

No. 957780

>>957690
Imagine being this mad because randos on an online Mongolian basketweaving forum think it’s pathetic that a 30 year old publicly chimped out over an anime ship.

>>957662
>>957729
Not tl;dr anon but she posted screencaps of some of the Discord/Twitter people’s Facebook pages, some of which had their real names and pictures. It got deleted by clock app pretty quickly for harassment.

No. 957946

>>957690
>21 year old minor

All of it is gold but this sent me

ilu anon

No. 958058

>>957780
No, she chimped out over being harassed and called a pedophile by a bunch of short-sighted zoomers who throw that accusation around to the point now nobody takes it seriously. Whenever someone is called a pedo these days everyone instantly interprets it as "a 25+ year old woman who drew ship art of some terminally online teenager's NOTP". I get that half of this thread is edgy underage twitterfags who will gulp down any droplet of milk and make it into a huge deal just because they are desperate for the feeling of superiority but how I wish they went after scrotoids tracing child porn and sending dick pics to 14-year olds instead of this age old "she posted NSFW on tik tok so she's a child rapist" routine. But oh man, I forgot moids aren't socialized to be reactive and empathetic so there's no good will to be abused.

>>957729
Last time some retarded ~minor~ accused an artist of doxxing her the truth was that the kid had publicly shared her own legal name and selfies on her instagram, so after harassing the artist over muh problematic content and pirating her work the artist posted the kid's instagram account showing her face and name, calling her out as a thief and a bully. It was well deserved but of course the little bitch tried to turn it around like it was the artist who used CIA hacking skills to dig up her top secret name and face over no issue at all.

tl;dr: kids don't belong on the internet and everyone under 20 should be monitored by their parents whenever they use social media

No. 958059

>>958058
You’re doing too much

No. 958064

>>958059
>ummmm anon it's just someone being accused of being something that will ruin your reputation for years to come and dent your career irreparably while also deflating a very serious term to the point it means nothing anymore? relax lmao it's just a joke
Sure.

No. 958066

>>958058
>everyone under 20 should be monitored by their parents whenever they use social media
Agreed, this is why I have my art instagram set at 23 minimum age

No. 958067

>>958066
Pervert

No. 958068

>>958058
>Last time some retarded ~minor~ accused an artist of doxxing her the truth was that the kid had publicly shared her own legal name and selfies on her instagram, so after harassing the artist over muh problematic content and pirating her work the artist posted the kid's instagram account showing her face and name, calling her out as a thief and a bully.
I hope you're not talking about that YD person.

No. 958073

>>958066
I wish this became the standard on social media. I really don't want anyone under 25 interacting with me since all of them are spoiled autists clinging to their extended "minor" status for dear life to avoid any responsibility for their own online experience, but also get assmad if someone doesn't want to interact with them. I've had friends get cancelled over blocking minors because it's ~ageist~ I guess, but then again allowing them to follow you immediately brands you as a groomer.

Love watching them hit that fabled 25 mark though, they have a meltdown over becoming a boring stupid adult next in line for their own cancellation. You reap what you sow.

No. 958081

>>957473
Fuck your right, well never have anything as incredible as Avatar again

No. 958083

>>958058
Do you Fujofags have any defense other then but "Le men are worse" just stop drawing porn of kids fucking, that's all anyone asks

No. 958097

>>958067
I don't even draw porn you idiot
I just wish all minors would shut the fuck up online

No. 958108

>>958067
1.It doesn't take much for minors to overreact about an art piece.
2.Serious art is not for minors anyways. It's for adults with money.
It's not even about porn or nudity. Or fandoms. Or shitty twitter commisioners drawing some bakugo x deku shit. That's the lowest common denominator and the loudest of the crowd.
This thread and all the subjects talked about here are very far removed from what the real art and illustration world is out there. You think you know but you don't.

No. 958114

>>958097
>>958108
That was just some low iq moid trying to pick fights for attention, just ignore it

No. 958132

>>958097
I'm sure you were retarted kid on the internet too, and now you're gatekeeping it, for some reason.

No. 958134

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>>958114
I'm just waiting for the day some stupid little shit looks at an art piece not meant for them and then react like "omg creepy??? I'm minor??? why would you post this??? ummmm I'm minor??? cater to me??"
I doubt these people would be able to step into an art gallery without crying or having a panic attack. Society really did wrong when they started to cater everything to children, resulting in manchildren and immature young adults

No. 958136

>>958132
>retarted
you must be 18 to be on this website

No. 958138

>>958132
NTA but when I was a retarded kid online adults told me to shut the fuck up when I was acting like an idiot and drove me out of their adult-only spaces, now you get cancelled for doing the same and the kids never grow up into sensible beings.

>>958134
>Society really did wrong when they started to cater everything to children, resulting in manchildren and immature young adults
This. The "21 year old minor" isn't just an overused meme, they're actually trying to raise the arbitrary age limit of adulthood to avoid ever growing up and taking responsibility.

No. 958139

>>958132
I don't know if you see the irony of your "retarted" comment but yes, I'm gatekeeping my art from "retarts" like you who think anyone who isn't a mentally developed adult can just come into your page and comment bullshit on it.

No. 958142

>>958132
When I was a child, my dad told me to never give out any information about myself on the internet. He also told me to not do stupid retarded shit. Why should we let these kids roam free without supervision? They literally tell their whole biography on twitter now. Their minds are fragile and can get beaten up very easily. The dangers of being an online kid are starting to show. The adult world should be kept away from children.

Like, this is such a common sense concept, keep adult shit out of the way from children.

No. 958161

>>958132
As a former "retarted" kid on the internet I feel qualified to give my expert opinion that kids should absolutely have limited exposure to the internet for their own good. You're annoying as fuck to anyone over the age of 20.

No. 958179

>>958142
The moment the internet started to brew that culture of "everyone is valid" things started to crap themselves and those terminally online ended up with the thinnest skin known to man. That coupled with young nowadays parents being fucking stupid and allowing the internet to fully raise their children ended up with the stream of shit we have now.

No. 958187

>>958179
Allow me to sperge here, but,
Social media effectively opened the floodgates and now there isn't anywhere kids can't be that adults are. There's no barrier, there's no filter like there used to be, albeit thin as it was, kids were not actively wedging themselves into spaces they didn't belong and demand that adults stop what they were doing to cater to them. They still lurked but weren't setting off alarms letting everyone know they were there to invade spaces they weren't supposed to be in. And if they were, they were generally chased off.
I don't come to the internet to babysit. Nobody asked to be saddled with monitoring themselves for the sake of some snot-nosed self important brat they don't know, but here we fucking are, gearing social media for their presence, and it can't be undone.

No. 958195

>>958187
>it can't be undone.
Not true. I have some hope.

No. 958200

>>958195
the only way i can see see this garbage being undone is for older internet users to start using internet like in the early 00's, aka prioritize forums instead of social media. let the kids destroy themselves on twitter and create age restricted forums, idk. social media is a much bigger magnet for children than forums because all they want is attention and validation and social media gives them all of that.

but that plan is very unlikely to happen since 99% of everything in the world right now is tied to social media and most forums seem to be abandoned. all i know is that i'd kill a man to get old deviantart back.

No. 958212

>>958187
>I don't come to the internet to babysit. Nobody asked to be saddled with monitoring themselves for the sake of some snot-nosed self important brat they don't know
Based and truthpilled nonnie. I hate that especially women in fandom and art spaces are expected to be mommies to all kids running around and "setting a good example" just because their own parents can't be assed to raise them right and teach them how to curate their own experiences. Fuck that, I want to spend time with other adults who are developed enough to understand that fiction doesn't equal real life and can be harnessed to portray things that wouldn't transfer to reality, and that what you prefer in a completely controlled, imaginary environment isn't necessarily a mirror of your own morality, nor do I want to explain for the millionth time that me liking something isn't a personal attack against someone who doesn't.

>>958200
Personally I also wish adults stopped treating kids like "little adults". Someone who's 15 doesn't view the world like an adult would so having a mature conversation is absolutely impossible. I hate how mentally stunted or potential groomer "fandom parents" try to push this narrative that kids deserve the same treatment as adults because "they know so many great teenagers who are really mature for their age" because it's all horse shit. It's not even physiologically possible for teenagers to control their emotions and long-term awareness on an adult level due to their underdeveloped prefrontal cortex. Kids should just be restricted from adult spaces, end of. It's for their own benefit.

No. 958230

>>957473
I understand that the standards are different, but I really wish that we'd get more cartoon that have a higher standard(?) when it comes to art. Western animation is focused on making the art style and characters simple so it won't be a pain to draw them over and over, but it can look so fucking boring and ugly.

And I don't think it'll change anytime soon because the last show with god-tier animation was Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and it was treated like it was lower than shit by fans who wanted something serious despite it being a show about talking turtles kung-fu flipping through New York and Nickelodeon itself. But the fucking Loud House can have a spin-off.

No. 958236

>>958200
If Deviantart collected some couch change together and got a dev to make the site mobile friendly+created a Deviantart app I can see it coming back, so many artists are done with Instagram and Twitter's bullshit but have little other options. I don't see why they don't do this, maybe the people who founded the site are all 50 years old now and don't give a fuck because it's a change that could be implemented within months. Give us an art only site!

No. 958241

>>958236
It feels like there are so many that pop up but are forgotten in a week. Twitter sucks for artists but what people forget is that most will stay on it for drama even if they say they're tired of it. Also as an animator, it's really frustrating that none of them have and video or gif support

No. 958246

>>958230
Shit like this just makes me wonder if westerns all have the same childish tastes. Not saying that anime is intelectually superior, but all I see westerners create and give most attention to is cartoons that look like generic children bullshit no.54566547 and then act like it's suddently "DeEp" just because one of the characters talked superficially about a serious topic.

No. 958256

>>958230
>>958246
somewhat related, fucking Demon Slayer on its own completely outsold the entire western comics Industry

No. 958266

>>958246

>Not saying that anime is intelectually superior


tbh at this point it kind of is, compared to most modern popular western animations at least. in one hand you have anime that talk about all kinds of topics, from the most childish brainless thing to entire animes dedicated to serious and/or philosophical themes with animation and art style that matches the overall thing. demon slayer, NGE, wonder egg and many others. they're not perfect content but they're at least executed in a way i can take seriously.

and then in popular western animation you have what? steven universe, adventure time and gravity falls are passable but out of these three two look like children's content and steven universe's approach to serious themes is shallow but fine at best and immature and wonky at worst, and those are all completed shows and therefore "older". and then when i gosee what's the next hot thing for western animation, guess what? another cartoon that looks like some calarts shit for children.

i wish the west started making shows like the original teen titans again, with deeper stories and a serious look.

No. 958286

>>958246
> Shit like this just makes me wonder if westerns all have the same childish tastes

I don’t think that’s exactly it, because then manga wouldn’t be dominating the comic industry. I just think it’s because companies aren’t listening to the audience, they hear that the audience wants an adult cartoon show, so then green lit a show with raunchy humor that says fuck all the time. Or you get the next “kids cartoon” that is very apparent that the show runner doesn’t want their work to be a ‘kids’ cartoon but something “deep”.
Like, ok, don’t get me wrong, Big companies can hire fuck all to make kids cartoons be superficially deep all they want, but I’m just tired of animation being controlled by these few major corps that decide what’s ‘acceptable’ animation while not listening to it’s audience because “it could be a bad business decision”

No. 958395

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Didn't know where else to post this but this if from an official Archie webtoon series
I can't look at this image without laughing my ass off

No. 958403

>>958286
why can't we get an adult show that is shockingly deep like those children's cartoons claim to be

No. 958415

>>958230
It’s honestly a mix of companies seeing cartoons as a means of only for catering to children for merchandising as well as america just generally not seeing animation as a serious medium or care for the arts in general.
japan, france, and other countries have a clear appreciation to an extent for the arts and film and provide venues for them to thrive, but it’s just not the same here and i feel like that’s the biggest hurdle for why so much american animation is faux-deep shit for kids and we don’t have any more “adult” animation that’s not raunchy comedy bullshit. it’s gonna take a real big cultural shift to change that perception.

No. 958434

>>958246
Anime kind of is… and it also has far more variety.

>>958256
Not huge fans of clownfish but in one of their videos they said it best. Cartoons are made for the same young adults in portland. The audience isn't that childish, but for some reason showrunners (and people that greenlight shows) are continuously trying to appeal to people that don't like comics/the original comics to begin with and are constantly dropping takes about how x character is actually racist, homophobic, ableist, or whatever the buzzword of the week is.

If you didn't like "I am not Starfire" it couldn't have been because of the dumpster fire art style, the fact that Mandy is insufferable and a brat for no reason other than her mother is Starfire, the fact that Mandy and Clair have literally no chemistry and managed to be even staler than Edward and Bella, or any of the other numerous issues presented… it's just because you hate fat people, you're racist, or you are homophobic.

The same goes for High Guardian Spice. Shows like it appeal to only a select few of people who are a vocal minority because something is either for kids or it is family guy levels of raunchy humor. HGS is a show that is "intended" for adults yet the dialog is as contrived as can be and has to have something like being transgender explained out to them like they're three.

>>958415
Even though they are not the greatest, I hope shows like Helluva Boss help start the cultural shift. The art style at least isn't either a steven universe/gumball/adventure time rip-off, it isn't entirely depending on just edgy humor and the character's being edgy just for the sake of being edgy, and for the most part, adults actually enjoy it.

I have no idea how it ended up with a fandom full of fucking children other than them thinking because it is a cartoon it must be for them and a show that has clear warnings about viewer discretion and mature content warnings are just for decoration.

No. 958439

>>958415
I think Voltron was the closest the west got to a "serious" "anime-inspired" show, but a huge chunk of its team was korean. I've yet to see a majorly or fully western-team show that's actually good and not childish cartoon that "secretly has DEEP THEMES GUYS!!!".

High Guardian Spice was the epitome of how the west sees animation and anime. The writing was abysmal, the animation was worse than most modern cartoons, the designs sucked, the "deep themes" were puddle-deep and the times the show tried to "look like anime" such as in the ending looked fucking cringy. RWBY, a series with a crappy writing in general, does a WAAAAY WAY better job at literally everything HGS tried to do. I remember seeing some tumblrtards on twitter fawning over how in one scene a character states tht they take potions to change their gender and so they're trans, but I watched the scene and it felt like the cartoon was handling the theme as if explaining what trans is to a fucking 8 year old child. I've watched anime that handled trans themes better and we all know how anime tends to be transphobic sometimes bc the japanese don't give a shit.

Imagine being beaten in your own game of woke by people who don't give two shits about it, lol.

No. 958441

>>958434
I sadly agree with you regarding Helluva Boss , as I much as I hate everything about the show(Including its humor, characters, animators, creators and fans) I hope it gets picked up by a major studio and becomes a success so that some potential change can happen in the Industry

No. 958451

>>958434
i really don’t feel like helluva boss is going to do much considering it’s fanbase…it’s audience is still majority children for whatever reason and i feel like it’s still lowbrow enough to be on par with shows like rick and morty. when i say cultural shift i mean more americans seeing the merit of animation the same way they view traditional film, but even then americans only care about marvel shit so it feels a bit hopeless.
the only thing about helluva boss and hazbin hotel that i can see as a positive is it being picked up by A24. I can only hope that because if this they’ll distribute or provide funding for more animation that’s not aimed at children or emotionally stunted adults.

No. 958470

>>958451
anon A24 is filled with degenerate and sex pests, I'd rather it not get picked up at all

No. 958472

>>958451
This^^^
Side track, but what are some “adult” animation that you guys like?
Me personally, I actually like Castelvania, the plot is a little slow, but what I want to see most out of the series is some nice flowy animation. Idk why but to me, like many other western animation, it suffers from “stiffness” and I think that’s what throws the style off for me

No. 958477

>>958470
I mean, comme ci, comme ça. I think the workers of hazbin hotel are equally degenerate

No. 958485

>>958472
I really love Venture Bros, prob my fav adult animated show. It essentially started off as a Johnny Quest parody but but they show became it's own thing a little after Season 3. I was so distraught when they cancelled it considering the shit adultswim greenlights nowadays.

No. 958489

>>958470
i mean who else is there it’s not like there’s much of a choice.
>>958472
i like venture bros a lot. it’s a shame it got shafted after so many years but i found the writing to be really fun especially in the later seasons.

on the topic of castlevania though, speaking from personal experiences the designs make it hard to really do anything substantial and most of the scenes that aren’t action scenes are done in korea, and they don’t get much direction compared to if they were in house from what i’m assuming. it sucks since they’ve got some serious talent on their shows but it doesn’t shine as much since it’s so damn stiff.

No. 958496

>>958489
>speaking from personal experience

You know you can stop larping now right? No one here is an actual professional if someone claims they are they’re fucking with you, just stop. So embarassing on god

No. 958501

>>958477
I mean Hazbin Hotel is bad but in a naïve zoomer way, worst think they have is some edgy behavior and inconsistent political beliefs, A24 is filled with legitimate pedophiles make films to appeal only for either woke pseudo intellectuals and or degenerates

No. 958514

>>958496
>professionals don’t lurk online chinese image forums
there’s literally a whole thread of obvious professionals gossiping about big show runners on /snow/. are you fucking retarded it’s more embarrassing that you’re getting fucking heated over this

No. 958526

>>958514
use your brain and ask yourself why any show runner would ever want to post here

No. 958529

>>958526
Do you really think that show runners are immune to gossip? This is an anonymous forum,it's the perfect outlet for people in the industry to let out their dirty gossip without the fear of getting caught. Show runners aren't perfect little saints you know, if anything the animation industry has some of the juiciest shit going on behind the curtains.

No. 958538

>>958526
you do know that rebecca sugar used to be a drawfag on /co/ right

plenty of show runners used to go on image boards to hear shitty opinions and mentally self harm themselves but people that work on shows love to fucking gossip

No. 958559

>>958526
>implying cartoon artists, specially professional ones, are mentally sane

No. 958584

>>958514
>there’s literally a whole thread of obvious professionals gossiping about big show runners on /snow/
what thread ?

No. 958626

>>958439
>I remember seeing some tumblrtards on twitter fawning over how in one scene a character states tht they take potions to change their gender and so they're trans, but I watched the scene and it felt like the cartoon was handling the theme as if explaining what trans is to a fucking 8 year old child. I've watched anime that handled trans themes better and we all know how anime tends to be transphobic sometimes bc the japanese don't give a shit.
Oh no no no you've done it now, go back

No. 958637

>>958200
I feel like overall this can be undone via some kind of agreement between everyone on the internet: kids don't come near adult websites (example, twitter) and adults don't come near kids websites (barneyflashgames.com). Then we deplatform all kids out of the internet suddenly and radically. They can cry all they want but they aren't coming back. Child content on youtube is banned forever too, so no stupid parent with no desire to raise their children besides giving them a smartphone or tablet will be forced to interact with them on a daily basis.

The mixing between all ages on the internet is driving our society insane.

No. 958639

>>958212
>I hate that especially women in fandom and art spaces are expected to be mommies to all kids running around and "setting a good example"
I hate this so fucking much. No wonder they're obsessed with saying things like "mommy? sorry" and other disgusting crap. Society at large just sees women past 25 as mothers and it's weird. Maddona-whore complex

No. 958641

>>958637
I think it's easier to literally just make entirely new social media at this point. Instagram and Twitter are crawling with kids, it would be nearly impossible to deplatform them.

Youtube is a different case,I think. Youtube prioritizes content for kids because it gives the site a fuckton of views and money. YT is pretty rotten now. Vimeo on the other hand seems okay.

No. 958645

>>958439
And even then, Voltron became fucking garbage the moment it started to take itself seriously, the themes of racism were handled poorly at best and the character development went to shit after season 3. And I say this as someone who was die-hard fan of the show

No. 958647

>>958212
>I want to spend time with other adults who are developed enough to understand
Same. Unfortunately, some "minor" will always insert themselves into the talk. I miss adults bullied out kids out of their online enviorments.
>fiction doesn't equal real life and can be harnessed to portray things that wouldn't transfer to reality, and that what you prefer in a completely controlled, imaginary environment isn't necessarily a mirror of your own morality
This used to be common sense even when I was a dumb teen. This new generation of children who expect the world to be catered to them (MEMEME PAY ATTENTION TO ME WHAT ABOUT MEEEE THIS OFFENDS ME TAKE IT DOWN!) were never told a "no" and were made to think they are unique and the center of the universe. I'm so damn tired.
And the saddest thing is, I doubt most of them will get out of this mentality by the time they're 25. The whole fiction = real life is too ingrained in their minds.

No. 958648

>>958212
I'm tired of whole grown adults treating 15 year olds as mature too. It doesn't help the 15 year olds themselves cry it out when you don't treat them like "adults".

No. 958649

>>958439
> but a huge chunk of its team was Korean
huge chunk of most big animation was Korean
yes especially Japanese animation

No. 958652

>>958187
“OMG SNOTNOSED BRATS ARE RUINING MY YAOI REEEEEE” just use the block button retard

No. 958653

>>958230
>despite it being a show about talking turtles kung-fu flipping through New York
Kekk, never cater to manchilds I guess
>>958236
Deviantart is too dumb to do all these things though. Every change they've made to their platform has made the website worse for some reason (until everyone just takes it as it is).
Deviantart is a good platform but it isn't curated. The reason why so many people jumped to tumblr was because you could have a curated enviorment. I wish there was some kind of quality standar and age limit overall. Amateurs can coexist between adults as long as they are over 18. Children who upload drawings online just do it because they want attention, really.

>Give us an art only site!

Wasn't there one in the making? I forgot. But anyways why don't you use talenthouse? I actually recommend talenthouse to all the nonnies here. Pretty chill website and professional looking

>>958256
oh god not that bullshit again

No. 958654

>>958647
It worry me how inmature older zoomers are, I would understand the shitty actitude if they were still teenager but the average zoomer now is like 22.

No. 958656

>>958266
Gumball is good too, love the mixing of styles. Also Gravity Falls >>>>> Steven Universe. Also, remember Europe makes plenty of animated movies too with diverse topics. Check this one out!

No. 958657

>>958653
I've never heard about Talenthouse before. Every time I'd see a "new art platform" being created, it generated hype for a month at most and then flopped hard (closest example I can think is Artfol).

No. 958660

>>958652
NTA, but rather than putting the onus on people to automatically know whenever there's a minor looking at their account (even after they put up the content warning/18+ setting that's supposed to block them), maybe minors should be sent to juvy and their parents slapped with child neglect/abuse charges if they're caught lurking shit they shouldn't.
I think artists are just tired of having someone respond to their drawn porn with essays on why it's problematic, and then they hover over the person's username and it's "15, zey/zem, ACAB, BLM, white, aroace" like lmfao
Also Lolcow is 18+, please go back to Gaia Online

No. 958662

>>958496
This just shows how underage and salty you are anon lmao. It's not like animators and illustrators don't come to imageboards. /co/ is full of those. It doesn't take much to be an animator other than knowing how to animate and maybe having an art school degree, the industry looks for competent individuals no matter the background.

No. 958666

>>958652
I think people who like yaoi are a minority vs all the fucking adults out there being harassed by some child online

No. 958669

>>958660

I keep thinking, what if social media had a setting you could activate as soon as you make your account that makes your account only visible/accessible to users over 18? Sure, kids can easily bypass this because they have always done that, but then you'd have a solid mean to have them get the fuck off for faking their age to look at porn.

No. 958671

>>958657
Talenthouse has been up for a while I think. It's pretty quiet but I personally like it.
https://www.talenthouse.com
They allow all kinds of art, it's like a deviantart but more professional. Don't get discouraged to join because I've seen people of all skills there. Also it not only allows art, but also photography and more. It's cool

No. 958672

>>958669
You can do that on instagram

No. 958683

>>958669
god i wish this was an option on twitter. no more brats talking about being a minor because they literally would not be able to see the content to complain, and after they turn 18 you can tell them to fuck off and act like an adult