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Anonymous 04/25/2020 (Sat) 05:23:34 No. 1 [Reply]
Welcome to /loomis/ ! This board is intended for the discussion of a variety of artistic subjects, with an emphasis on illustration, painting and animation. If you're looking for books, video lectures and demonstrations on these subjects, please see the /loomis/ resource hub archived at: https://bit.ly/3mW0abp In case of outages, be sure to bookmark the /loomis/ family of boards: https://www.anon.cafe/loomis/ and https://www.8kun.top/loomis
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Tower Girls: "Moe" Girls Edition Anonymous 09/17/2020 (Thu) 03:44:47 No. 94 [Reply] [Last]
Learning to love again Use your post number or the Random Number Generator at https://www.random.org to roll a number between 1 and 999 to play! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZQOlhv9fcY
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>>1467 Not really, she was said to be beautiful but wasn't described as being particularly curvy or anything of that nature. I don't believe there's any actual depictions of Lamia from the era, and her being seems to be Naga a very recent thing. We have a lot of depictions of her daughter, Skylla, and they're rather strange. She was topless and had giant kētos tails with dogs emerging from her lower torso. The earliest depiction I could find of Lamia is from 1607 and it's uh, it's not what what you'd expect.
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Loomis Feels Thread: Treading New Ground Anonymous 09/24/2020 (Thu) 05:18:23 No. 146 [Reply] [Last]
Tell me how you feel
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>>1504 If that's the case, to what end should one shut out all outside influence? If you hear an idea and you feel an affinity toward it, do you automatically lose all stake and agency in the matter? If someone notices an obvious flaw in your work, points it out, and you fix it and like the end result more, does that render your work moot? If you share interest in a genre, are you now beholden to everyone who shares the same interest? If you look up to someone's technical prowess, linework or use of color and choose to implement some of those techniques in your own work, are you now cucked without even knowing it? If someone likes what you do and wishes that you keep at it, is the only way to avoid being cucked to literally drop art on the spot and never produce anything again? Parasites have inhabited drawthreads since time immemorial. Be a good custodian of artistry and teach others to discriminate between springs of inspiration and pernicious entitled vermin.
>>1504 By the tone of your post, I'm probably not going to change your mind, but there's a few reasons why someone might want to draw requests. Firstly, a requester might ask for something that is outside your creative paradigm or technical comfort zone, and that can be an opportunity to improve your breadth as an artist. Secondly, if you ever plan on selling artwork and/or building an audience, you need to draw artwork that can be appreciated by other people--not just yourself. You might have to deal with unreasonable, rude, or ungrateful clients, or you might have to deal with clients whose vision of an ideal product simply differs from your own--and you have to be the judge of who is an asshole and who isn't. Free requests in shitholes are low-stakes learning experiences in all of the above. It's not just about the transactional aspect.
>>1504 *hits pipe*

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Practice Thread: Floof Edition Anonymous 05/17/2020 (Sun) 18:01:35 No. 3 [Reply] [Last]
A thread for people of all skill levels to dump their works-in-progress and studies Draw shit. Draw it a lot. Git gud. Maybe Resources: Northern Kentucky University Drawing Database - Marc Leone "the Basics" Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vtd6uwNFl9k&list=PLMXbAPr21di-Ox-dmDwL2riWedei1dn9S Anatomical 3-D Models: https://pastebin.com/9VgmQQPk Live Figure Models: http://www.onairvideo.com/ Random Figure Poses (3D Models): http://www.posemaniacs.com/ (RIP Flash)

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>>1493 When it comes to drawing, knowing what information to include and emphasize is very important. You don't have the benefit of a full value scale so you need to make some compromises somewhere. One way of doing this is to draw by contrast. So you put a line down where you see a strong contrast and you put down a weaker line (or no line at all) where you see a lower contrast. By doing this, you can usually get a pretty good impression of what you're drawing using line. You can even use this for the shadow line to get the effect of light and shadow without using any values. This is kind of what I did in this example. Where there's a strong contrast, there's a darker line, where there's a weaker contrast the line is lighter. I also included variation in the hardness of the line as for example her cheek on one side has a much softer contrast than the other. This can be a good way of learning to draw as you 1, it helps you to figure out what information is important and what is less. And 2, it allows you to make something using that looks visually like your subject and you can more easily compare them visually and make corrections. Also, using straight lines can be a way of simplifying your information into something much more manageable/controllable. All this isn't to say that my drawing example is great or anything. I'm sure it's pretty inaccurate if I spent the time to check everything but it's just to show the idea.
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Draw Thread Anonymous 09/30/2020 (Wed) 02:39:21 No. 349 [Reply] [Last]
Moe Anthropomorphism Edition
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Lods of proportion issues
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Feet are another weakness of mine

Weekly Theme Thread Anonymous 09/28/2020 (Mon) 04:02:17 No. 213 [Reply] [Last]
-See weekly theme. -Draw. It doesn’t matter what, or how, as long as it’s related to the theme. -Post. -Repeat next week.
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>>1412 this is easy, any sketch by me will do lmao
>>1477 Fun idea, looks like it took a lot of time and effort though with all those clean lines! >>1479 Exceptional work, I like the big shadow shapes and subtlety in the legs and the reflected light on the bottom of the booba.
>>1480 You'll get there anon, just keep working. Your eye needs to develop the discernment to judge between shapes, distances, sizes etc. Never give uppu! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxGRhd_iWuE

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Sharing is Caring Request Creative Resources Threa 12/04/2020 (Fri) 16:49:41 No. 1050 [Reply]
Let's take advantage of our collective knowledge to help anons find the things they're looking for. Can't find a specific book anymore? Ask here. Forgot the name of that one YouTube-channel you really liked? Ask here. You have a rough idea of what you're looking for? Ask here.
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>>1268 Thanks again actually, have been going through this course and it's actually pretty good so far. Polite sage.
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Plenty of anime drawing reference here https://yande.re/forum/show/20405
>>1050 Before they got deleted from the Gamergoiym thread on /v/ there were plenty of pictures and archives of them being posted in one, could I please get them back up and running on loomis again?

QTDDTOT Anonymous 12/31/2020 (Thu) 10:05:18 No. 1309 [Reply]
Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread: There's no QTDDTOT edition
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>>1452 I started with a small tablet and it literally put me off drawing for years. Many people can get used to them but I never did. I'd recommend a Large tablet. Yes they're expensive but they hold on to most of their value if you ever give up anyway. What's important is the connection between how you move your hand and what happens on your screen, smaller tablets feel like playing Counter-Strike with your sensitivity jacked up as high as it'll go. Of course drawing with them sucks.
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How do I git gud?
>>1474 Don't get caught up in only doing wireframe sketches, do some value studies and completed works once in a while. On a side note, some of those torsos look too long, practice proportions, i.e. how many heads tall certain body landmarks are.

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Website Design Anonymous 07/12/2020 (Sun) 03:45:20 No. 18 [Reply]
Does anyone have any good sources/tips for designing a good looking website?
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Bump, interested too.
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>>18 It's incredibly easy. Ive done it before when I was in college in the UK. It's practically making a html file, or multiple html files, copy pasting code and just editing it. If you want to go the easy route you can just mash up some css templates and see what works. https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/w3css_templates.asp If you want to go the harder route and do it as a job this video is a good starter. https://youtu.be/ysEN5RaKOlA
>>1461 Seriously though it is way to easy to make a simple site, it's easier then using python and incredibly easier compared to c.

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Non-denominational /loomis/ Drawpile Thread Anonymous 07/06/2020 (Mon) 03:06:34 No. 15 [Reply] [Last]
Drawpile (https://drawpile.net/) is a collaborative drawing and visual shitposting software. Every Sunday at 10pm CST Sunday at 2pm CST/CDT [9pm CET] good /loomis/ boys and girls of all skill levels from across the internet come together for a one-of-a-kind artistic experience. Join us! Drawpile > Session > Join > Host name (splelps.com) > Channel (/loomis/)
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Results, as late as they are. Thanks to any and all participants. I saw what you did, insect aficionado who shall remain unnamed. >>1421 >>1424 >can't connect via Tor >site must be temporarily down, as it occasionally is >try different nodes, same deal >been days >open new tab to try some other site >browser instantly crashes >no problem connecting Friendly reminder to scribble angry messages on the canvas to get my attention thank you.
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Id's habbening. I'll just leave the week leading up to the Sunday draw over here in advance.
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>>1454 And that's a wrap. Thanks for dropping by.

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layering tutorials in Krita Anonymous 12/24/2020 (Thu) 02:16:53 No. 1239 [Reply]
I don't know if this is the place to put this but, does anybody know any in-depth idiot proof video tutorials on inherited alpha/masking layers in Krita? I've watched multiple videos and they all either expect you know what they are and make me go pic related, or they just tell you how to do the very basics of it and don't go any further.
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>>1239 I have good and bad news. The good news are that I made the tutorial. The bad news are that the video is 200MB big. I'm currently re-rendering the video in the hopes of getting the file size down.
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>>1253 You're a life saver if you follow through on it anon.
>>1256 >You're a life saver if you follow through on it anon. Here you go: >>>/loomis/1269

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Krita Anonymous 10/18/2020 (Sun) 03:03:28 No. 533 [Reply]
Krita remains the most versatile and overall best free drawing, painting and animation software I'm aware of. It is extremely competitive and even superior to many commercial software options. Find it at https://krita.org/en Newest Release (10/17/20) https://krita.org/en/item/krita-4-4-0-released/
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A Krita tutorial on including explanations for creating selections, alpha masking and alpha inheritence. Download the video titled selections-and-alpha.mkv https://mega.nz/folder/2F80lCya#QOLvihw60_-85v1jfuDufQ
I'll stick to my pirated copy of PS from 7 years ago.

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Anonymous 12/25/2020 (Fri) 05:16:49 No. 1262 [Reply]
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM /co/!!! >>>/co/7744
Thanks /co/!
>>1262 Merry Christmas /co/ Sometimes you faggots are alright

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Music Bread Anonymous 09/25/2020 (Fri) 19:11:41 No. 152 [Reply]
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Resources for color theory and digital painting Anonymous 12/21/2020 (Mon) 20:11:43 No. 1207 [Reply]
I checked the resource hub, and could not find anything specifically related to color theory alone. Currently I am still working on Fun With a Pencil, but I've started into the grind phase in the middle of the book, and want to lightly study color theory to go with the very simple characters I am producing just get some variance and keep me engaged. Sorry if this doesn't deserve it's own thread, couldn't find anything in the catalog other than the share thread, but I wouldn't know what to ask for specifically. Please help. Pic unrelated.
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>>1210 >/ic/ Excuse me if I am being stupid, but I can't seem to find any board with that name on the sebring, did you mean /irc/? >>1211 Thanks! >>1212 If I were to be honest, it's mostly a problem of not understanding basic painting techniques, along with what hue, saturation and shade actually are.
>>1221 you gotta go to *guh* 4chan for /ic/
>>1211 Unfortunately it looks like NKU doesn't have any color content, surprisingly. Other than that it's a great resource tho https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDrawingDatabaseMarcLeoneNKUsota/playlists

Anonymous 08/26/2020 (Wed) 06:37:49 No. 28 [Reply]
What are some good books about getting into traditional painting and color after you've >Mastered Implying. traditional realist drawing? I was dumb enough to try and hone in my drawing skills for years without focus on painting. Now that I've gotten into it, my under drawings translate horribly, I cannot properly mix skin tones, the verdaccio comes through too much on the surface, and even when doing non traditional coloring I still fuck up the form. I need them now more than ever since every passing day seems less and less likely to offer some sort of golden path to a art academy or university for an MFA. I'm legitimately scared help.
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>>1081 If your goal is to emulate the old masters then yes. Getting perfectly smooth gradients in acrylic is hard. Otherwise, I find acrylic easier because you can just paint over any mistakes you make as many times as you need to. Getting too much wet oil paint layered on a canvas can cause cracks as the bottom layers of paint dry.
>>1081 >So would oil be easier to use than acrylic? As always the answer isn't that simple. Both media have different pros and cons. Painting with acrylics is a lot cleaner (in the sense of cleaning time required after and during the painting process) and faster. It's a lot trickier to get smooth edges compared to oil paints. Oil paints are more involved when it comes to cleaning up. But they allow you to start a painting and work on it the next day as if nothing changed. (The paints really dry quite slowly.) Because of that slow drying time and the quality of the medium, creating gradients is a lot easier. But watch out. It's easy to overblend things when using oil paints.
>>1082 What if my ultimate goal is actually fresco? >>1086 I probably need to overblend if anything.

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