I haven't yet finished reading this article, but it's a little chilling when the lead to a story about potentially Orwellian police practices refers to the neighbourhood adjacent to my own, which shares many of the same issues.
Getting in on this #inspotoots thing.
A huge inspiration for me is Jean "Moebius" Giraud. He had a very high level of technical skill at drawing that somehow managed to keep up with his extremely vivid imagination. I love how his work always has a sense of space to it and how he uses color.
4. Goya. There two periods in his art, when he cared and when he didnt. The second one is great. I cant recommend enough his war series, he also did one about insanity (which was a very close topic for him), he has some truly scary and unsettling works. cynical and depressive. My favourite artist, I guess.
Thats all folks bc I dont want to spam you.
Hooray, more Moebius stuff coming out.
Lots of #Krita tutorials:
Blender hotkey reference:
Beginning to get the hang of Blender. Current skill level: hat. https://mastodon.art/media/exf4rOTZtH9Yd52HASs
Gasp? There's a new Multiple Warheads thing out??
King City is probably my favorite comic ever, so I'm hyped any time Brandon Graham puts out things. I love his whole comic making style, his artwork is cool and they always seem like he had a lot of fun making them.
Thinking about learning how to use #Blender after seeing how Paolo Rivera uses digital sculpts as art references.
I've mostly only done 2d art so all of this 3d stuff is pretty new to me. But I know lots of modern draw-ers use 3d renders as tools now.
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