Being a cartoonist is hard,. sometime's you just have that 1 idea that's really awesome but when you get to writing it down, you get stuck, (it happens ). OH Fu Being a cartoonist is hard sometime's you just have that 1 idea that's really awesome but when get to writing it down stuck (it happens ) OH Fu
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #11 - rgkprod
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I wish I could draw. There's not enough hentai that suits my tastes.
#79 to #11 - lifetime
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I'm good. there's plenty of tentacle, futa, ****, rape, anal, cumshot, monster hentai available. (not all in one)
User avatar #21 to #11 - kensislayer
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i know how you feel i have a fetish never met
User avatar #54 to #21 - haunterbrony
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Go on...
User avatar #112 to #54 - kensislayer
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transformation
User avatar #115 to #112 - doodler
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Plenty of that on 4chan
#16 to #11 - europe
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For a moment there I wanted to help you
User avatar #19 to #16 - twinnedorphan
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help how? if you don't mind myself asking.
User avatar #20 to #19 - europe
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Tips, drawing basics and stuff.
User avatar #22 to #20 - twinnedorphan
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I would very much like to read any tips you have.
Is sort of a dream of mine to be able to draw at least in the most basic way.
I just don't know where to start.
#98 to #22 - steininja
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Good erasers, ********* of time, start small.
If you have someting spesific you'd like to draw, like a dragon. Find one that looks cool and draw that bitch 50 times until you nail it. Then you can start changing it up and ****.

And look up "Mark Crilley" on youtube. Good and entertaining drawing tutorials.

Pic related, i'm working on snow from FF13
User avatar #105 to #22 - myrtille
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Depends. What are you trying to draw? Humans? Animals? Robots?
#110 to #105 - twinnedorphan
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Humans. Even more specific, mages.
User avatar #111 to #110 - myrtille
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Study anatomy and draw lineart of real pictures of people. Helped me loads on horses.
User avatar #107 to #16 - rgkprod
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Well, hey, I'd accept any kind of advice. Making my own porn would be awesome! I'd like to design models for video games in the future so the ability to sketch them first would probably help a ton.
#113 to #107 - europe
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I wonder what kind of video games
User avatar #10 - iforgetwhattosay
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imagine having a fantastic idea for a song with no musical ability. the pain
User avatar #49 to #10 - ericbeagles
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Usually it wouldn't produce a good song anyway, unless you had the entire song in your head

Although I guess coming up with a riff could lead to a song
#33 to #10 - notannonymous
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Been there
User avatar #3 - dabronydude
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all the imagination in the world and no skills to express it.
User avatar #8 to #3 - bloomberg
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Decent enough skills, never have any good ideas :(
#52 to #3 - EdwardNigma
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That feel.
#1 - guanyu
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That feel.
That feel.
#4 to #1 - satrenkotheone
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#6 - jedisquirrel
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Comment Picture
#69 to #6 - jynxedangel
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What kind of. . . Just source?
#40 to #6 - sirbrentcoe
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lol
lol
#35 - zapgod
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boom, not done yet! what do u think?
#43 to #35 - subcelestial
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I envy you.   
   
Gif unrelated.
I envy you.

Gif unrelated.
User avatar #45 to #35 - shadowfj
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Hurry up and finish it, I want to see the end product!
#50 to #35 - awesomenorwegian
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Looks awesome, using pentool I suppose? Or are you really good with the brush?   
   
Gif related
Looks awesome, using pentool I suppose? Or are you really good with the brush?

Gif related
User avatar #89 to #50 - zapgod
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mixture of both, mostly pen though.
#59 to #35 - baconfeveritis
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#61 to #35 - smashingkills
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Dammit I wish I could draw.
#91 - triggathepirate
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I have a wacom tablet and I haven't even ran adobe flash yet.   
I have fear that I've come so far just to fail horribly and give up, but I haven't even tried yet...
I have a wacom tablet and I haven't even ran adobe flash yet.
I have fear that I've come so far just to fail horribly and give up, but I haven't even tried yet...
#93 to #91 - stripey
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Man the **** up and teach your fear to fear your inability to fear.
#94 to #93 - triggathepirate
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I would say i'll put aside time to watch tutorials this weekend but this is mfw I go into training mode   
Tigerman Lucci- Super ego   
Luffy- My Id
I would say i'll put aside time to watch tutorials this weekend but this is mfw I go into training mode
Tigerman Lucci- Super ego
Luffy- My Id
#17 - anon id: baa54793
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What a useless skill to have... seriously. Art degrees are the dumbest wastes of money there is. It's so ******* stupid and useless. You'll never find a job with one. What do you call an art graduate? Unemployed.
#18 to #17 - anon id: baa54793
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What do you say to an art graduate? i want a number 5 with no pickles.
User avatar #23 to #18 - animationhac
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Theres is more than just a simple art degree... Like media arts. They do graphic design, animation, game design, and much much more. Which is a growing market now.
#28 to #23 - anon id: baa54793
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Too many people think they're going to become some famous artist or make a living off their paintings. They wont. Ever. Ever heard of a starving artist? Yeah...
User avatar #30 to #28 - animationhac
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Not even what I said or what I was talking about. An Art Degree is NOT just free lance drawing.
User avatar #26 to #17 - andnowducks
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Maybe a photographer?
#29 to #26 - anon id: baa54793
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I'm talking about painting or drawing or some ****. If you think you're going to make a comfortable living off your paintings than you're an idiot. You wont ever become a famous artist.
User avatar #36 to #29 - sirbrentcoe
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most curators of the most recognizable museums and art galleries are art majors. Ever seen a pixar animation? or any animation that has been done since Pocahontis? people no longer use pencil and paper to animate buddy. It's all done on these lite pads. And a degree in Art history or anything else is better than a Diploma or GED. It shows that you are committed to a higher level of learning than most of your peers.
#42 to #36 - anon id: baa54793
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I'm talking about the idiots who actually believe they'll be able to make a living off their paintings... keep art as a hobby. You know what's better than a degree in art history? ******* ANY other degree. Psychology, criminal justice, English, take your pick.
User avatar #48 to #42 - sirbrentcoe
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some people don't want to spend a fortune learning **** they don't care about to work at a job they hate for the rest of their lives mate. a degree in art history or theory is better than no degree at all. trust me. I have hired art majors over simple High School graduates. It shows that a person is dedicated to what they are passionate about. Now hiring Art majors to work in an auto parts store, that actually happened to work to my advantage, since he was able to help me plan out floor displays that were not plan-o-grammed specifically. That, and he was willing to work as much o/t as I was able to give him. He stayed on for a year and a half after I left that store, and he was a great employee. Grateful to have a job.
#55 to #48 - anon id: baa54793
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He was grateful to have that job because he knew he wasted his college years and no one else would hire him. It was his only option. He needed that over time too because he probably never got paid much anywhere else and was having trouble paying his bills. I'm in college now studying criminal justice, a nice general degree. I could get many different jobs with it. I'd rather have a stable source of income rather than living off my paintings. Also notice how the guy you hired isn't working in anything to do with art. Waste of a degree.
User avatar #66 to #55 - sirbrentcoe
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well actually, he works the Chichago Marathon every year, and he takes graphic design jobs on the side. The hard part about being an artist in this day and age is that assholes don't pay for the work an artist puts in when they are contracted. He does everything he can on the side, and worked as a part time sales rep at my store. The point I was trying to make is that anyone willing to get a degree is a hard working individual, willing to put in the extra effort. Whether or not he was driven by his crippling debt has no bearing on the fact that he was a great employee when he was at work.

And good luck on your criminal justice degree. I think that if I ever go back to school, I will pursue that as well. I originally went to traid school for mechanics, but even with my certifications, I can not get a job in South East Michigan right now. The market is flooded with displaced factory workers.
#80 to #66 - anon id: baa54793
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At one point in your life you don't want a job, you want a career and good luck getting a career with an art degree... They don't get paid as much because artists are literally a dime a dozen. There are a million people who are just as good if not better than him.
User avatar #34 to #29 - andnowducks
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If Bob Ross is your dad you can become a painter, think about that, if an artist was your dad, and he had a tv show, then when you're older you take over the painting show and make money.
#37 to #34 - anon id: baa54793
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Rarely anyone is related to a famous artist... Those are the ones wasting their time.
User avatar #41 to #37 - andnowducks
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Why?
#57 to #41 - anon id: baa54793
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If you're not related to someone famous or have connections and still think you're going to become a famous artist than you're a ******* idiot and you're wasting your time.
#58 to #17 - sloot
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actually today a student who graduates with just about any degree and a good GPA can find work in various areas. For example my sister's friend got her bachelors in teaching and now she has a job as an insurance agent... Your degree is basically a golden ticket of ******** that allows you to make more money than non degree holders. For example I am a computer aided design student (one of the largest opportunities for jobs currently) and I have to take math classes every semester. While HTM major may take 2 math classes in 4 years. In the end everyone end up on a pretty even playing field (bar, doctors, lawyers, ect.) regardless of what you do in college.
#73 to #58 - anon id: baa54793
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It'll be easier to find a job with a degree in psychology than a degree in art. Yes they both have degrees but psychology is a lot more general and can be applied to a lot more jobs.
User avatar #108 to #17 - klaes
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Anything that requires large amounts of creativity, with the exception of video games, is a risky business. You don't have a stable job, and sometimes its a matter of hit or miss.

On the other hand, art does have downsides other creative fields do not. Whilst a great writer can live off writing short articles for papers while they work on a project, it is admittedly a more difficult talent to make money off.

My brother is an amazing artist, but he's going to study architecture. It pays better, and has some of the aspects of art. I don't admire him for his choice, but I respect it.

All that aside, though, art is not a useless skill. There's more to life than money, and the ability to express a thing of beauty through paintings(or words) is still a wonderful thing.
#109 to #108 - anon id: baa54793
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Your brother is doing the smart thing. There are literally a million other people who are just as good if not better than him.
#47 to #17 - tocoolforyouinajar
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Yea you're so right, who needs people to have art careers when we have magic computers that make all our video game artwork for us.
Yea you're so right, who needs people to have art careers when we have magic computers that make all our video game artwork for us.
#53 to #47 - anon id: baa54793
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I'm talking about the people who think they'll be able to make a living off their drawings/paintings.
User avatar #68 to #53 - angelmatvey
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I know a few people who make a living through their art.
#75 to #68 - anon id: baa54793
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Is it really a comfortable, stable living? Compared to other professions? At some point in your life you don't want a job, you want a career.
User avatar #81 to #75 - angelmatvey
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I don't know how comfortable or stable it is, I'm just pointing out a fact. It's fully possible to do, albeit incredibly difficult. I'd never be a professional artist even if I could draw well, but that doesn't mean that you can't make a career out of it.
#100 to #81 - anon id: baa54793
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The odds are completely against you and you'd be much better off getting a degree in something general.
#103 to #100 - angelmatvey
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Okay
Okay
User avatar #62 to #53 - tocoolforyouinajar
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Well video game designer isn't exactly a part time job...
#77 to #62 - anon id: baa54793
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People keep talking about video game designers... i'm talking about the guy who thinks he can paint a picture and sell it for thousands of dollars.
#99 to #77 - tocoolforyouinajar
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Anyone who can make a living doing what they love is in no way stupid.
Anyone who can make a living doing what they love is in no way stupid.
#101 to #99 - anon id: baa54793
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But the thing is they can't make a living off it... ever heard of a starving artist? Yeah... there are literally a million other artist that are just as good if not better than the person trying to sell his paintings.
#38 to #17 - lazragoon
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Stop trying to appear smart, where do you think half of the **** you look at comes from? Degrees in various arts, or combinations of science and art.
#51 to #38 - anon id: baa54793
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No one's trying to appear smart... I'm just saying that people who think they'll actually make money off their ****** paintings are idiots.
User avatar #24 to #17 - seeteufel
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Have you ever considered that it's just a hobby to some people? I totally agree, anyone who tries to get an art degree in this economy is stupid, but that doesn't mean it accounts to nothing. It's equivelant to playing videos games. Just something for fun. (... and if it wasn't for artists, you wouldn't even have video games.)
#27 to #24 - anon id: baa54793
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Keep it as a hobby, that's perfectly fine. Just don't try to make a career out of it. Ever heard of the term starving artist? Yeah... too many people think they're going to become some famous artist or make a living off their paintings. They wont. Ever.
#31 to #27 - seeteufel
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Welcome to my world.
Everyone I ever meet tells me that I need to do something with my art. It's such a repetitive thing for me to hear that I don't even bother to tell them how impossible that is in this world. I'm going into medicine for college, because I'm realistic and not a dumbass that wants to live off of ramen. It's a waste of talent, I know, but it's a talent that means nothing in the 21st century unless you can land a job working with a video game company.
(pic of one of my paintings)
#60 to #31 - anon id: baa54793
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Medicine, perfect. Something useful and you'll be able to find a job with. But I was talking to someone else before about this subject and he wants to do medical illustrations or something like that. He's going into medicine like that. Maybe that could work for you? Make use of your talent. I don't know anything about the field, I just remember him mentioning it. I guess you draw detailed pictures of like hearts and **** with labeling but i'm not sure.
User avatar #56 to #31 - EdwardNigma
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No one wants to be poor, but most people won't ever get vast amounts of money and will always be middle or lower class. Every day will be the same, every day a normal person few people cares about.

So **** it, do what you want to do, not what you think is realistic. See, I plan to follow my dream, to be a historian, to give the world knowledge, to know the people who built our civilization. Is that profitable? Probably not, no one really cares about history. Will that stop me? **** no. If you don't try you'll never know, if you don't live, you'll die unfulfilled. Man, at least try doing some then selling them online or some ****. THEN, see if people like them enough to buy that **** for decent prices. And if they do, **** THE MEDICINE
#63 to #56 - anon id: baa54793
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Do not get his hopes up, he's being realistic. He wont make money off his drawings. There's a million other people who can draw/paint just as good if not better than him. He's not special at all. He should stick with medicine. And good luck with your career... you're right about it not being profitable. Probably will never have a stable source of income.
#120 to #63 - anon id: d248b8fc
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I can tell you're a guy who doesn't like to take risks...you my friend are a boring person like all the sheeple who believe I need to be an engineer or I have to go into medicine you are just plain and boring my friend and I pity you.
#97 to #63 - anon id: 2b5574f4
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*she
User avatar #67 to #63 - EdwardNigma
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************, I already don't have stable income.

I'd rather die proud of what I did and doing what I believed than giving up all I want just for money.
#82 to #67 - anon id: baa54793
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Maybe you'll be able to get a stable income with a better degree choice. At some point you no longer want a job, you want a career.
User avatar #90 to #82 - EdwardNigma
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History will be my career. Theres several paths in it, I've thought this out carefully.

Money doesn't control me, it doesn't drive me. My passion drives me. I live my life how I see fit, I am not controlled by money, by what would be financially secure, what you or anyone wants me to do, I decide, I choose what I do and I have chosen. **** you, **** your stable income, I will live and I will die as a free man, not a slave to money.
#102 to #90 - anon id: baa54793
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You'll learn one day that money runs the world.
User avatar #104 to #102 - EdwardNigma
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I already know it does. Do I care?
No.
User avatar #39 to #31 - sirbrentcoe
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ever consider graphic design? you could wind up doing a lot of IT work as well as applying yoru skills. My cousin was going to college to become an Aeronautics Engineer (literally a rocket scientist,) and he decided he would rather be in graphic design. He lives out in California now, and supports himself with that degree.
#65 to #39 - anon id: baa54793
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... what an idiot. He would have been a lot better off being a rocket scientist. More money and more stable source of income. If he had the brains to become a rocket scientist and through it away to draw some pictures than just wow...
User avatar #74 to #65 - sirbrentcoe
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stop thumbing everything down, first of all. and secondly, he got his associates in applied sciences, and decided to do graphic design instead. why? because he's passionate about art. you don't do what makes the most money for a living when you have the choice. you do what makes you happiest. I would LOVE to do nothing but wrench on cars for a living. But I work in Appliance Repair, because being certified isn't enough any more to get a job as a mechanic in South East Michigan.
User avatar #121 to #74 - appliance
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Get back in there and fix me fgt.
#87 to #74 - anon id: baa54793
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He should have stuck with the sciences, he would have been much better off. What sounds better, i'm a rocket scientist or I draw pictures for a living? You're fine though, there will always be a need for mechanics. As long as there are cars there will be mechanics. You chose a trade and that's good. Trades are great to get into.
#71 - onipure
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i cant draw, but i can do some nice stuf with blender insted
made this last year
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#86 to #71 - onipure
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a character im working on right now, and yea i know it dosnt look so good but it is far from finnished and are still not so good
had to re upload the comment
#88 to #86 - onipure
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and the neck
im gonna stop posting this crap now
User avatar #114 to #88 - doodler
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No continue, I find this rather intriguing.
#116 to #114 - onipure
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well thank you :) have this gif :)
well thank you :) have this gif :)
User avatar #117 to #116 - doodler
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Those are some awesome models, you really have talent in blender.
#118 to #117 - onipure
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thank you again
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No problem.