• What do you think of this cartoon version of myself?

    What do you think of this cartoon version of myself?

    Best answer: This is not a valid question. It is asking for people's opinions on a drawing. Yahoo! Answers is for QUESTIONS, not to share thoughts or feelings as feedback for your ego, or attention to your hobby efforts. PLEASE stop abusing the Yahoo! Answers system by posting non-questions. This is a VERY immature and... show more
    Best answer: This is not a valid question. It is asking for people's opinions on a drawing. Yahoo! Answers is for QUESTIONS, not to share thoughts or feelings as feedback for your ego, or attention to your hobby efforts.

    PLEASE stop abusing the Yahoo! Answers system by posting non-questions.

    This is a VERY immature and unskilled drawing. The eyes are frog-like, and the overall drawing is without definition, just outlines like a coloring book. This would not be so bad, except for the poor anatomy giving her a dumpy looking torso that is too short for the rest of the body.
    * The shoulders are too wide
    * The breasts are two different sizes, with one higher than the other
    * The legs are too long
    * The head is too big
    * The elbows are at different heights, neither correct
    * The hands are two different sizes. One too small, one too large
    * The fingers are too short, like half fingers
    * The feet are too wide and misshappen, like flat boats
    Honestly, this is a bad drawing, full of visual errors. This is also proof why you don't post your drawings here.
    1. This is not an art site, nor is it your personal Show & Tell art gallery.
    2. Your drawings are NOT valid questions, as everyone's opinion is different, whereas valid questions generally have a common answer, just varying degrees of details.
    3. Since there is no "right" answer to "What do you think," you stand a good chance of being insulted when people points out all the flaws in what you may have considered to be a 'good' piece (which this isn't).
    If this was supposed to show an 18 year old's 'blessings' returning, it fails. Her frog-eyed expression gives NO indication of being blessed. Or happy. Or sad. Or angry. Or anything.
    The nose is not even close to African. That is a caucasian nose.
    You need a lot of practice before posting your work in public. And even then, NOT HERE.
    10 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 3 days ago
  • 1975 painting I have?

    1975 painting I have?

    10 answers · Sculpture · 1 day ago
  • What to do with bad color pencils?

    I have many sets of color pencils and I often don't use them. Some of them have really bad quality (eg. they give out extremely light shades and when pressed harder it breaks) I don't want to waste so many color pencils and I don't want them to take up so much space. What can i do with them?
    I have many sets of color pencils and I often don't use them. Some of them have really bad quality (eg. they give out extremely light shades and when pressed harder it breaks) I don't want to waste so many color pencils and I don't want them to take up so much space. What can i do with them?
    11 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 2 days ago
  • Is it considered bad to make and sell more than one copy of my paintings?

    I sometimes have request for paintings that already have been sold. Or i want to save a painting for a gallery but have a buyer.
    I sometimes have request for paintings that already have been sold. Or i want to save a painting for a gallery but have a buyer.
    6 answers · Painting · 9 hours ago
  • Question about photographer/model rights shooting film/polaroid?

    Hi everyone, I model frequently and a fairly upcoming photographer flew in from another state for a couple of weeks. I expressed interest in his style as he was looking for models and wanted to work with me on polaroid and film (this is his style). Anyways for our call time he was late by an hour, and was with him... show more
    Hi everyone, I model frequently and a fairly upcoming photographer flew in from another state for a couple of weeks. I expressed interest in his style as he was looking for models and wanted to work with me on polaroid and film (this is his style). Anyways for our call time he was late by an hour, and was with him for 7 hours for 30-40 images walking all over town. Anyways before that he asked me to bring my own polaroid film to use... So I did. Since he's visiting he asked if I could scan them high res and I said no problem I can help out. While he's impatient for me to send them when Im busy working two jobs, now he msged me asking me when to meet up so I can "give him" the polaroids he took. I'm not saying he was awful to work with, but he was very late, pushy for time, and im doing favours including scanning all the images in high quality, bringing a suitcase all over town for our shoot and providing him all my film. I am willing to give him some, but I feel not all is fair. What should I do? He's the photographer, but I feel like if he wanted he should have provided the film.
    7 answers · Photography · 2 days ago
  • Do you take selfies?

    5 answers · Sculpture · 3 hours ago
  • What level do you think I am in drawing? And how many hours a day should I practice to be better at drawing?

    What level do you think I am in drawing? And how many hours a day should I practice to be better at drawing?

    I am really horrible at drawing and I know it, I practice everyday to get better and I draw and repeat it and focus on it. But what level do you think I am in right now? How many hours should I practice each day? What can I do more to be better at drawing?
    I am really horrible at drawing and I know it, I practice everyday to get better and I draw and repeat it and focus on it. But what level do you think I am in right now? How many hours should I practice each day? What can I do more to be better at drawing?
    5 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 8 hours ago
  • How do photographers copyright their photography photos?

    I am newly doing photography and am curious if Photographers copyright their photos? I can not afford a lawyer if that is the way to go about it. I am curious, because I can't afford a lawyer, could I just print my photos on 4x6 prints and mail them to me before I post them on the internet? Would that count as... show more
    I am newly doing photography and am curious if Photographers copyright their photos? I can not afford a lawyer if that is the way to go about it. I am curious, because I can't afford a lawyer, could I just print my photos on 4x6 prints and mail them to me before I post them on the internet? Would that count as them being copyrighted because the package is sealed? As they are legally going through the federal system with a stamped date. I remember when I was 18 and music producer said this method is legal for lyrics, but I'm not sure if things have changed.
    9 answers · Photography · 3 days ago
  • Can you provide me with pictures of people you might know who look similar to her?
  • Can anyone tell what (if anything) the woman in this photo is wearing?
  • Conceptual photography ideas for isolation/slience?

    I need ideas for a conceptual series of photos for the social issue of isolation and silence. What is a creative way to show being alone and isolated? Please give me some good ideas!!!!
    I need ideas for a conceptual series of photos for the social issue of isolation and silence. What is a creative way to show being alone and isolated? Please give me some good ideas!!!!
    7 answers · Photography · 2 days ago
  • How do I remove the frame limiter in this program?

    I ended up buying a microscope camera with some digging I found out the sensor on the camera is able to 2048x1580 at 28 fps however the program that it came with limits the fps to 4 (lmao) how would remove the limitations in this program?
    I ended up buying a microscope camera with some digging I found out the sensor on the camera is able to 2048x1580 at 28 fps however the program that it came with limits the fps to 4 (lmao) how would remove the limitations in this program?
    9 answers · Photography · 3 days ago
  • Help me name my creative company!?

    My fiancee and I are trying to combine our small businesses to make one creative business. Mine is slightly more established, and called "True Bloom Photography and Design" and is obviously photography and graphic design, but i also do calligraphy. There s lots of wedding photography involved. He does... show more
    My fiancee and I are trying to combine our small businesses to make one creative business. Mine is slightly more established, and called "True Bloom Photography and Design" and is obviously photography and graphic design, but i also do calligraphy. There s lots of wedding photography involved. He does music recording and videography. We have lived in two different cities, across the red river from one another in Louisiana all of our life, but just two years ago met through a mutual friend and have been inseparable ever since. We are looking for a name that is quick and easy to remember, possibly one or two syllables, but also goes well with "creative co" at the end or "______ ____ creative." something like that. Our only lead right now is "Rule of Thumb Creative". HALP! Thanks in advance.
    5 answers · Photography · 1 day ago
  • What if I photograph somebody in a place where we need permit but without permit?

    Best answer: Let me digress for a moment, please. IF you're a beginner, you have no business charging anyone money; why should anyone be required to pay for YOU to learn? The fact that you feel the need to ask leads us to believe you are a newbie, a beginner... just learning about the field of photography thinking it's... show more
    Best answer: Let me digress for a moment, please. IF you're a beginner, you have no business charging anyone money; why should anyone be required to pay for YOU to learn? The fact that you feel the need to ask leads us to believe you are a newbie, a beginner... just learning about the field of photography thinking it's going to help you cart off piles of money in a wheelbarrow. You don't seem interested in photography; you're thought patters are geared toward mercenary purposes, NOT the enjoyment of photography.

    HOW experienced are you in photography? Have you ever taken formal organized classes in Photography? HOW skilled are with the basic fundamentals of photography? Or do you pretend to charge others because you know what button to press on a camera? Do you know the difference between a snapshot and a photograph? Do you know the very basics of using light, shadows, designs, aperture and shutter speed coupled with ISO settings? Do you know how to use your camera's light meter to achieve properly balanced exposures?

    I am not endeavoring to appear harsh or demeaning and I am certainly NOT trying to embarrass you; I'm only trying to make you aware, realize and understand some basic FACTS you seem to overlook.

    'Are you even old enough to engage in a business transaction? (You need to be over 18 years of age in some states). What will you do if an IRS agent knocks on your door to ask you questions about your taxes? It can and HAS happened to others, you know.

    What do you know about contracts, and are you even old enough to engage in legal contracts? Without a contract, someone can try to take advantage and demand more than was bargained for and you may find yourself in a Small Claims court, then what? You can expect to be asked for your permit/license to operate a business, then what? Even if you win in a Small Claims court, what if the person decides to report you to the IRS... again I ask, then what?

    I've given you something EVERYONE loves to give away for free yet no one wants to take: advice. YOU decide.
    11 answers · Photography · 4 days ago
  • 200kb = pixcle?

    4 answers · Sculpture · 14 hours ago
  • In the photograph, is the girl wearing a birthday hat on her head?
  • When drawing people, do you prefer a cartoonish, or a realistic style?

    Best answer: I love both, and it always depends on the artist itself. I tend to favor a cartoon-ish style. Although realism art is astonishing and takes my breath away, cartoons can look however you'd want them to appear. They're more relevant nowadays, with political cartoons and television.
    Best answer: I love both, and it always depends on the artist itself. I tend to favor a cartoon-ish style. Although realism art is astonishing and takes my breath away, cartoons can look however you'd want them to appear. They're more relevant nowadays, with political cartoons and television.
    4 answers · Sculpture · 22 hours ago