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There is a Pope in the Cars universe. This means that there is Catholic Christianity, which means there was a Jesus car who was crucified. Jesus Chrysler was crucified by car Romans under Pontiac Pilot who washed his wheels. A car was nailed to a cross and ascended to Heaven.
so my friend recently gave me a bunch of snsd albums she barely used. they are amazing condition but doesnt come with photocards. shipping is arond $8-15 depending on location! im throwing in freebies and merch for everyone~ ( i also meet up in vancouver)
- paparazzi japanese album
- run devil run with taeyeon poster
- the boys
- mr taxi korean repackage
also selling shinee’s lucifer (with photobook and cd) for $15!
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wow, your art. Your Art. YOUR ART. IS BEYOND INCREDIBLE. I wish I could draw like you. I have a question: what program do you use and how to you draw your comics? (BTW YOUR AWESOME.)
aah thank you anon! ; v;;
i use photoshop cs5 and my comic drawing process is sort of like this:
-sketch out the thing
-lower the opacity of the sketch, ink the panels
-on a separate layer fill in the outsides of the panels
-ink the stuff inside the panels
-shading and stuff on a separate layer under the lineart
-add line thingies on a layer under everything else
-new layer on top of everything, this can be for speech bubbles and sound effects and stuff
-fill those in, add text to speech bubble(s)
i need your help.i've been so plagued with the art block and overall depression with my work.. i feel all my friends surpassing me and i'm trying not to be a baby about it, but i just feel like crying now because everything i'm producing is just garbage. and i feel like i used to be good, i used to be different, but everything makes me feel rotten and i wish it could stop. great artists' work makes me angry and bitter, versus inspired and motivated. what do you think i should do to fix this?
i think this video has a rly good explanation on these kinds of art blocks anon (the majority of this answer is based on what i got from it lol)
i basically sort of see it like this?
(“what you can see” refers to how well you can identify flaws and stuff and “what you can do” is how well u can actually draw)
ofc this graph varies from person to person and in reality neither of the lines are constant
but i think its normal to feel like ur work is crap at some point (or multiple points)
if u look at the big picture tho i think that as long as u keep going ur “doing” skill level only goes up, its just that sometimes ur “seeing” skill level gets way higher than ur ability to do and it feels like u r doing a lot worse than before (when in reality u r still improving)
for me it rly helps to dig up my old work and redraw things? like the composition and ideas and everything are already there so i wont struggle much with them, and redrawing it rly helps me to notice where i’ve improved
i think being able to see how far you’ve come can rly help boost ur confidence
in the end tho i think the important thing is to just keep going! its ok if the things u make dont meet ur expectations, sometimes instead of focusing on the stuff ur not doing right, it helps more to focus on the things ur not doing wrong