• Where do you share your photos a pro or semi pro photographers?

    I personally use flickr and sell on 500px. I m just wondering if I m missing any other social media
    I personally use flickr and sell on 500px. I m just wondering if I m missing any other social media
    6 answers · Photography · 12 hours ago
  • Where can I find a photographer to take erotic photos of wife and me?

    Best answer: You failed to mention where on Earth you actually live.

    Do a search for: "boudoir photographers near me." Review their portfolios and choose who to meet based on who's work you like most. Then after meeting with the photographer, choose the one that you felt most comfortable with.
    Best answer: You failed to mention where on Earth you actually live.

    Do a search for: "boudoir photographers near me." Review their portfolios and choose who to meet based on who's work you like most. Then after meeting with the photographer, choose the one that you felt most comfortable with.
    9 answers · Photography · 5 days ago
  • What kind of people love paintings by Picasso or Picasso-like paintings?

    Best answer: People who can appreciate that not all great art is strictly representational.
    Best answer: People who can appreciate that not all great art is strictly representational.
    5 answers · Painting · 2 days ago
  • Should I invest in Copic markers?

    So I'm eleven years old, and I know you might think I'm insane, but I want to buy Copic markers. I'm very passionate about my art and I think Copics will benefit me. I know a lot about them, so I don't need very much more info on the markers. I'm not sure if I really should get them, though. I... show more
    So I'm eleven years old, and I know you might think I'm insane, but I want to buy Copic markers. I'm very passionate about my art and I think Copics will benefit me. I know a lot about them, so I don't need very much more info on the markers. I'm not sure if I really should get them, though. I don't want to invest in something I don't use. I don't quite know what I'm good at yet. I'm trying to practice shading and understand the anatomy of mammals. I also enjoy doing fantasy-like sceneries and other things. Nothing too extraordinary. Usually I use references, and most of my drawings are sketches. I hope that Copic markers will help make my art more lively, but, like I said, I don't know if I should invest right now. I might consider some of the cheaper alternatives, such as Prismacolor or Spectrum Noir. I still don't know, and would like to hear your thoughts. Thanks for reading my long question!
    7 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 4 days ago
  • What kind of photographs do you like and would personally spend money on if you saw them for sale?

    Best answer: The last photograph I desired to buy - but didn't - was of a dancer who looked Turkish or something, with poofy pants and something like a turban. This was in San Francisco so it was an ethnic dancer, probably not actually IN Turkey. The shot captured the blur of motion, color and light in a most elegant way. ... show more
    Best answer: The last photograph I desired to buy - but didn't - was of a dancer who looked Turkish or something, with poofy pants and something like a turban. This was in San Francisco so it was an ethnic dancer, probably not actually IN Turkey. The shot captured the blur of motion, color and light in a most elegant way. IOW, it wasn't a picture of a dancer, it was a work of art in itself.90% of photography - even great photography - is, "Look at this interesting pose, or a smile, or a character, or something." This was using digital media to make something entirely different. It was $300 and the reason I didn't buy it was because I don't have a place to put it.

    BTW, it was at the Academy of Art's annual show, not a street vendor or something.
    6 answers · Photography · 5 days ago
  • What is the point in pencils?

    Best answer: graphite and children's dreams
    Best answer: graphite and children's dreams
    6 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 1 week ago
  • Coudl sharing such normal photos of other people more likely lead to incarceration than sharing photos of scenery?

    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    5 answers · Photography · 4 days ago
  • Why is it seemingly next to impossible to make money for the guy with the highest rated art on artfeedback.com?

    Hi I have the number one highest rated art on artfeedback.com for multiple works of art. My art tends to hover around the 4.4 to 4.8 out of 5 range. I uploaded it to yourartgallery.com a couple of weeks ago and now have 50 ish views for each one and still no one has bought a thing. According to the site I still... show more
    Hi I have the number one highest rated art on artfeedback.com for multiple works of art. My art tends to hover around the 4.4 to 4.8 out of 5 range. I uploaded it to yourartgallery.com a couple of weeks ago and now have 50 ish views for each one and still no one has bought a thing. According to the site I still have sold none at the cheap price that I'm selling them for (5 to 100 dollars). If I walk up to people and hound them for money for my art it's impossible to make a sale for over 5 dollars and it's pretty rare that I get as much as 2 dollars out of somebody... Is all art worthless or something? It's beginning to look like everyone f*cking hates me... Here's some of the art at this link and don't tell me my art secretly sucks like some of you on yahoo answers have 'cause that's bullsh*t if it sucked it wouldn't get the high score on art feedback.com. How is this fair? How is it that my art is essentially worth nothing and I have to live in dirt poor poverty living off of odsp and a small inheritence even though I'm the best artist of all time according to artfeedback.com. It's starting to look like it's impossible for me, Daniel Harrison, to make more than minimum wadge. I'm beginning to get close to punching mad here... https://www.yourartgallery.com/Daniel-Ja... how would you feel if your art was rated like that and people treated you like that? So many questions.. How am I supposed to make money??
    4 answers · Other - Visual Arts · 4 days ago
  • Is this a good drawing?

    Best answer: Yes. Very life-like and 100x better than anything I could draw.
    Best answer: Yes. Very life-like and 100x better than anything I could draw.
    4 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 5 days ago
  • Why is my art so unpopular?

    Hi I'm Daniel Harrison and my art has the highest ratings on artfeedback.com (I bested 4.4 out of 5 over 3 times). There is only one work of art with 4.4 or higher on artfeedback if you fail to include my art. Despite the massively high ratings that I'm getting I only got like 20-32 views for my art on... show more
    Hi I'm Daniel Harrison and my art has the highest ratings on artfeedback.com (I bested 4.4 out of 5 over 3 times). There is only one work of art with 4.4 or higher on artfeedback if you fail to include my art. Despite the massively high ratings that I'm getting I only got like 20-32 views for my art on yourartgallery.com and no one bought anything so I'm baffled as to why it's so unpopular. Please check out my art at this link by me (Daniel Harrison). I have the highest rated art on artfeedback dot com out of all the works of art submitted there (around 1000). Please buy a print I'm not charging a lot for one I worked really hard on them... https://www.yourartgallery.com/search.ph... My art has been on the site for about 1 to 2 weeks now and I still am locked in at around 25 views. There's art with 1500 views on the site and the site was made pretty recently as far as I know... To make matters worse I spent 2 and a half hours trying to sell my apparently genius level art and I only got 30 dollars plus 14 dollars worth of stuff that I would have trouble selling.. Unless that's a lot of money to people.. Picasso's art goes for millions of dollars and I'm way more talented and I have trouble selling my art for 5 dollars per drawing. I even put 2 famous expensive works of art worth millions on artfeedback.com that were by famous artists (not me of course) and their art only got 2.3 and 2.4.
    8 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 1 week ago
  • For someone to use a photo that is not theirs on their web blog, would they have to pay a fee for such photos?

    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    6 answers · Photography · 6 days ago
  • Photography?

    •Do you think photo journalists have a duty to step in when necessary to help?
    •Do you think photo journalists have a duty to step in when necessary to help?
    8 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • How do I attach clay to a wooden doll?

    Best answer: Hmmmph... some of my answer got eaten, so here's a summary: Raw polymer clay won't easily stick to "porous" materials like bare wood unless there's something dimensional for it to wrap around, go down into, etc. However sealing with a clear finish or acrylic paint will help and give a... show more
    Best answer: Hmmmph... some of my answer got eaten, so here's a summary:

    Raw polymer clay won't easily stick to "porous" materials like bare wood unless there's something dimensional for it to wrap around, go down into, etc. However sealing with a clear finish or acrylic paint will help and give a stickier surface. Many clayers use PVA permanent glue (like Elmer's Glue All) instead, then let at least tack up, since it will grab the clay even better (and is fine for baking along with the wood and clay).

    Also....you can read more about using polymer clay on wood and other porous materials, as well as on non-porous ones, especially on this page at my site:
    http://glassattic.com/polymer/covering.h...
    Then click on these categories there:
    ... > Wood
    and perhaps also these porous surfaces:
    ... > Papier Mache, Cardboard, Paper (matchboxes + more)
    ... > Terra Cotta, Plaster, Earthen Clay, Greenware

    It would also be best for things like arms, to give as much area of contact between the clay and other materials as possible (i.e., pressing much of the clay arm to the body for sculpts, or to something else if not sculpts, rather than having most of the arm sticking out with only a bit of contact at the very top.
    OR you could use a permanent armature like a bit of wire, toothpick, wire mesh, etc, to span the join (into both arm and body).

    These pages at the site have more on permanent armatures and on bonding parts:
    http://glassattic.com/polymer/glues-Dilu... (> Some Bonding Techniques)
    http://glassattic.com/polymer/armatures-...

    P.S. The first answerer isn't quite correct. Polymer clay CAN be added to wood shapes/items/etc before curing/baking --and btw, the only clay that's *fired* (which is defined as heated to a high temp in a kiln) is earthen clay, and the clay is your pic isn't earthen clay.
    In fact, raw polymer clay is used to "cover" wood items (completely or partially) all the time! Depending on shape, polymer clay can also be cured and then just glued to wood (bare wood or not). The same is true for covering or embellishing other materials with polymer clay like twigs, cardboard, gourds, metal, glass, etc.

    P.P.S. Your original link went only to a downloaded image, etc, so many people may not have felt easy about clicking on it. Only link to images already online at sites like "Imgur" or "Flickr," etc.
    5 answers · Sculpture · 1 week ago
  • Can you tell me what's happening in this drawing?