While I love van Gogh, I agree there is too much mythologizing about him, and about mentally-ill artists in general. But then part of the mythologizing is because their behavior is inscrutable to normal people -- the same cannot be said of Chris Chan.And Van Gogh was basically a lolcow who got famous after death. It'd be like if Chris died, became an object of worship, and people decided the best art of the 21st century was the sonichu medallion and wrote plays about him.
Of course, now that I'm actively trying to find an example, I can't, but I think they're trying to make something look painterly but instead make it look like a lineless mess. Sort of like
but this is somewhat better than typical smudgyness.
Hello I am just replying to this thread I found. More speficically an art piece by the name of Element of Healing. This is by Firefilly1996 AKA me and I would like it to be taken down. The post itself is older from this year, but I was not given credit to the piece. I don't care about the options on it I just credit or for it to be taken down. Any further use of my art without credit will follow with legal action as it is copyrighted to me. I do not mean any trouble but please credit people for their art. You will get in serious legal trouble.
User that posted: https://kiwifarms.net/members/insert-meme-here.13221/
Proof of my art:
If further proof is needed look in the bottom left corner under the horse. There should be a very very faint blue horse head watermark.
Any questions please email me. Again I am not upset, but the policies need to be updated to where threads must include and credit artists.
Considering the art was used fairly in the context of criticism or ridicule you are technically incorrect about it being unlawful, but since you've asked nicely I'll go ahead and throw an attribution link into the post.
Cuz' you're gay.I'm sick to death of these detailed drawings of girls with big ass eyes, a tiny baby bump nose and small but plump, red, shiny lips
I get it takes talent to do, but I see this shit everywhere and it all looks the same. All the artists who draws in this style just seem to draw the same picture over and over.
The worst is when they label this style as "realism" because it fucking isn't
I watched a really interesting video about the difference between inherited style and manufactured style. I think that a proper understanding of the different meta-categories of style would be a huge help to novice artists.I dont like the common conception of "style", to a many artists it means "I dont have to learn anatomy" or "I get to draw the same schtick over and over".
In the world of media and TV I understand the importance of a consistent style, but for hobby art theres no harm in experimenting.
Be thankful you didn't have her as a college teacher, like I did. All I wanted to learn are the different character archetypes in TV shows and movies and how best to portray them in modern times. Instead, I get this. I feel stupid for not dropping the class sooner, but I needed it to graduate.She hits the nail on the head for about 2/3rds of the video, and then she goes completely overboard with praise for the end of fucking Revenge of the Sith. I'm sorry, I love Paglia, but no.