• What are your thoughts on pornography?

    Do you think it's good, bad or are you indifferent to it?
    Do you think it's good, bad or are you indifferent to it?
    11 answers · Other - Visual Arts · 1 day ago
  • How good of an artist do I have to be to be an animator?

    So I know some people are born naturally good at drawing and I was just wondering how good I have to be to pursue a career in animation. I m looking to get a bachelor s in Computer Animations at a university and a girl who worked there said I have to be good at drawing but I don t have to be Michelangelo. Well I m... show more
    So I know some people are born naturally good at drawing and I was just wondering how good I have to be to pursue a career in animation. I m looking to get a bachelor s in Computer Animations at a university and a girl who worked there said I have to be good at drawing but I don t have to be Michelangelo. Well I m not exactly good... I doodle every once in awhile and sketch maybe a couple times a month so you could say I m not experienced and I wasn t born an artist like some people sadly. So do I need to be good at drawing to pursue animation? If so, how good? Thank you
    7 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 2 days ago
  • Is green a primary color?

    8 answers · Other - Visual Arts · 3 days ago
  • Does this look like a Sketch Art of a girl from Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales?
  • Is it possible for a old painting to get repaired after an accidental mishap?

    There were carpenters coming and renovating my parents bedroom, so my mom placed her heirloom. which was a portrait of her great- grandparents in my room for safe keeping. When she went to take her portrait back, it accidentally got broken when she bend the portrait. The weirdest thing is, the portrait is oval... show more
    There were carpenters coming and renovating my parents bedroom, so my mom placed her heirloom. which was a portrait of her great- grandparents in my room for safe keeping. When she went to take her portrait back, it accidentally got broken when she bend the portrait. The weirdest thing is, the portrait is oval shaped, and it pops out a little bit. My mom was panicking and crying that it wouldn't get fixed. The portrait is approximately 115 years old, could anyone help???? Thanks.
    7 answers · Other - Visual Arts · 4 days ago
  • Where do I stop myself from giving up drawing?

    Best answer: So.....you're comparing your beginner work to something someone with 2 decades of experience is doing? WHY? That just puts barriers in front of you. DRAW for yourself, not to please others or to try to be better than the top artists posting online. If you like a style, break it down and see how it goes... show more
    Best answer: So.....you're comparing your beginner work to something someone with 2 decades of experience is doing? WHY? That just puts barriers in front of you.

    DRAW for yourself, not to please others or to try to be better than the top artists posting online. If you like a style, break it down and see how it goes together. Look at how they do eyes, or noses, or mouths, or hair. Do whole pages of just eyes, practicing different ones. Then do eyes and noses, then add more. You learn by repetition. The way to learn is to take a stack of scratch paper and DRAW. Throw out 90% of it and keep the best 10%. Do this daily, you'll soon see improvement.
    7 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 5 days ago
  • My pictures aren t coming out as clear as I would like them to. What may be the problem?

    Best answer: The EF 50mm f/1.8 STM is a very good sharp lens. My guess is that your problems are down to your technique. A few possibilities... At f/1.8 the depth of field is very shallow so you need to be very precise about where you focus. You can't leave it up to the camera where it focuses, you have to take control. ... show more
    Best answer: The EF 50mm f/1.8 STM is a very good sharp lens. My guess is that your problems are down to your technique.
    A few possibilities...
    At f/1.8 the depth of field is very shallow so you need to be very precise about where you focus. You can't leave it up to the camera where it focuses, you have to take control. Set a single AF point and be sure the active AF point is right on the part of the image you want in focus. You need to use a smaller aperture if you want greater depth of field.
    At 100 ISO could be that even at f/1.8 you are using a slow shutter speed causing camera shake to blur your image. Unlike your 18-55 kit lens the 50mm f/1.8 STM does not have image stabilsation. Be sure that your shutter speed is faster than 1/50th or use a tripod. Your T6i has decent high ISO performance and should give good results up to 800.
    4 answers · Photography · 3 days ago
  • Which sort of photography do you prefer? Film or digital?

    I prefer film
    I prefer film
    6 answers · Photography · 5 days ago
  • What should I draw?

    Any suggestions on what I could draw. It can be anything. People. Couples. ANYTHING. I need some inspiration and ideas for my new sketchbook.
    Any suggestions on what I could draw. It can be anything. People. Couples. ANYTHING. I need some inspiration and ideas for my new sketchbook.
    7 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 1 week ago
  • When is Trump going to take a picture with living former presidents?

    Best answer: well he was seated next to them (on camera) during Bush 41's funeral.

    It wasn't a still photograph but a video footage.
    isn't that close enough?

    why don't you play the video footage and take a still snapshot of it. there you go!
    Best answer: well he was seated next to them (on camera) during Bush 41's funeral.

    It wasn't a still photograph but a video footage.
    isn't that close enough?

    why don't you play the video footage and take a still snapshot of it. there you go!
    6 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • What are some methods to distort/ruin a polaroid?

    It's for this short story I'm working on. A polaroid has to get ruined, but it's at a crime scene that's already been set up, so the person who destroys the picture is trying not to contaminate evidence.
    It's for this short story I'm working on. A polaroid has to get ruined, but it's at a crime scene that's already been set up, so the person who destroys the picture is trying not to contaminate evidence.
    6 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • How can I improve my drawing?

    How can I improve my drawing?

    It's a drawing of my niece, I'll give this to my sister as a christmas gift. I feel like there's something off about it but I can't put my finger on it. It's done with soft pastels.
    It's a drawing of my niece, I'll give this to my sister as a christmas gift. I feel like there's something off about it but I can't put my finger on it. It's done with soft pastels.
    5 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 7 days ago