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post your studios / art spaces.

>> No.4083357
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4083357

>>4083355
Temporarily, it’s this...

>> No.4083362

>>4083357
Sorry it posted weird

>> No.4083367

>>4083355
That's pretty neat, anon, but I thought that "never touch the art" stick is only useful with easels.

>> No.4083369
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heres my shitty set up for now. I am currently living on a friends couch and he let me up this old desk up in the corner. can't have my easel and everything set up though, sadly.

>> No.4083371

>>4083367
useful anytime that you don't want to touch the art :^)

>> No.4083385

>>4083355
breh thats cringe

>> No.4083388

>>4083369
>I am currently living on a friends couch

Reading things like this makes me feel grateful for what I have. Even if I'm still in my 20s living with Mommy and Daddy.

>> No.4083645
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4083645

theres also a bookshelf for artbooks

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>>4083388
I'm still in my early 20s. wish I could live with my mommy and daddy

>> No.4083662

>>4083645
>mentions his stream
>doesn't post a link
do it properly

>> No.4083686
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4083686

just moved into a new place. canvas tied with rope to a folding chair. 10 dollar ikea table with supplies beside it. Seating is the edge of a couch. It's not ideal but I've had worse.

>> No.4083921

>>4083658
Guess what. I still live with my mommy and pappy. And it's pretty great. But don't feel bad little kitty...it will get better

>> No.4083928

>>4083355
I read that as
>Helps my poor old back when I sit to wank

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>> No.4084089

>>4083355
Do you enjoy being a xerox? Is it fulfilling?

>> No.4084102

>>4084089
as long as it pays the bills...

>> No.4084106

>>4084089
the seething "muh style" rage is palpable

>> No.4084113

>>4083645
Why did you write the text with your mouse instead of your cintiq?

>> No.4084114

>>4084102
It does? I thought this stuff was dime a dozen and nobody made money from it

>> No.4084124
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>> No.4084127

>>4083355
Hi, Mark Stewart. No new photos since 2012?

>> No.4084153

>>4084114
it's not really a dime dozen, you have that impression because of social media
and some people like to have their portraits made by human hands and whatnot

>> No.4084367

>>4084127
see
>>4084114

>> No.4084389

>>4084153
>and some people like to have their portraits made by human hands and whatnot
I know that but I always assumed it was real painterly portraits in oil and not this pencil xerox stuff
no offense

>> No.4084396

>>4084367
What am I supposed to see there?

>> No.4084502
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4084502

My paradise

>> No.4084527

>>4084396
its not OPs pic.

>> No.4084541

>>4083645
very based

>> No.4084548

>>4084502
holy fuck. this is the dream right here. what lake is that? in Maine?

>> No.4084559

>>4084502
are you rich or something?

>> No.4084585

>>4084502
fugg I am genuinely jelly

>> No.4084587

>>4084502
god, I wish that were me

>> No.4084603

>>4084502
What do you draw?

>> No.4084612

>>4084603
>inb4 anon draws animu pron instead of the landscapes

>> No.4084615

>>4084548
It’s the sea actually.

>>4084559
Not really, it’s my family’s summer house, so unfortunately l don’t get to do this every day :(

>>4084585
>>4084587
I feel extremely privileged whenever l get to be here.

>>4084603
Mostly figure and gesture when drawing, in this place l mostly focus on oil though.

>> No.4084632

>>4084502
Post your work right now >:^(

>> No.4084647
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4084647

>>4084632
My first portrait

>> No.4084648

>>4084615
Draw those amazing Murican landscapes for me, anon

>> No.4084650

>>4084647
ngl it's pretty bad

>> No.4084657

>>4084650
Oil is pretty difficult. What do you find bad about it?

>> No.4084672

>>4084647
It's lacking values in the face it looks very contrasted. Could use more shadows.

>> No.4084674

>>4084672
You’re not wrong. Did this a while ago so l can’t remember why l left the face so white. It was alla prima over about 3 hours.

>> No.4084699

>>4084647
It's good, but you've been posting this almost daily for like 2 weeks

>> No.4084710

>>4084699
Lol dubs busted me. I think this was the third time, although this time someone asked for my work. Just trying to get some feedback my man.

>> No.4084756

>>4084710
stop drawing Stalin and draw those nice landscapes instead anon

>> No.4084771

How do you guys organize your supplies/paper/projects? How long have you been doing it that way? I just have stuff strewn about my desk and I'm planning on buying a larger desk and plastic drawers and a bookshelf, is that what everyone else uses?

>> No.4084779

>>4084771
Depends on how you want to organize your stuff. But that sounds like a start.
Since I don't have much room in my room, I hide a lot of stuff in plastic containers under my bed and or closet. Specially with larger canvases but I wasn't careful how I kept them and some how I poked a hole through two of my canvases.

>> No.4084806

>>4084647
why do the bourgeois youth love communism so much?

>> No.4084813

>>4084806
because it was bourgeois socialism
:^)

>> No.4085262

>>4084756
But drawing landscapes sucks :(

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>>4084806
>painting stalin=loving communism

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>> No.4086464

>>4086450
Yoink, my pose/angle now idiot

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>>4086464
... what?

>> No.4086713

Any tips on setting a workstation that helps you to hunch less? My back has been hurting lately. I draw with a screen tablet.

>> No.4086716

>>4084647
isn't it funny how stalin and the hammer and sickle aren't taboo imagery like hitler and the swastika?
both are ancient history and should be no more controversial than the roman spqr or celtic knots

>> No.4086732

>>4086716
I'm no historian but Europe is closer to the West than Russia or China, there's always been a divide between Russia and "the West". Nazis' taste in design is at fault too. Hitler spent so much effort on the iconography and style of the party (IIRC the SS had their suits designed by top fashion designers) that people have completely forgotten about the Buddhist swastika and have a knee-jerk reaction to the symbol.
I'm sure the Nazi imagery being so striking helped establish the bias. Hammer and sickle looks inoffensive since it's just tools.

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>>4086713
I recently got this laptop stand. I like it so far. I'm not sure if I'd recommend this exact brand though.

>> No.4086859

Do you guys change up your sitting/drawing position at all? I've been having issues with consistency lately and I'm starting to think I'm sitting higher/lower than before and maybe the angle of my body to the page is different.

>> No.4086911

>>4086849
I guess I’ll need to raise the tablet up higher then, thanks anon.

>> No.4087064

>>4086849
Where did you get that stand for your tablet?

>> No.4087139

>>4084657
its just a jelly /ic/cel anon. ignore them

>> No.4087206

>>4086450
unf

>> No.4087226

>>4086698
>>4086450
Dude where the hell are you publishing your comic? it's all over the place, Tapas, Smackjeeves, Pixiv, DA. You don't seem to have a twitter or instagram, why are you gimping yourself?

>> No.4087447

>>4084502

Based slav.

>> No.4087455

>>4084089
Your /beg/ is showing

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4087456

Don't bully, I'm just a poor.

>> No.4087457

>>4084502
L O N D O N
O
N
D
O
N

>> No.4087600

>>4087455
Youre more if a /beg/ if that kind of art still impresses you

>> No.4087661

>>4086716
Hitler lost the war, Stalin won it. Stalin also had less ideology behind the killing. It’s still quite fucked up how he’s viewed quite positively in Russia.

>> No.4087699

>>4086732
desu it's just that communist jews won and got control over the media and academia to spread the notion that nazis be bad, communists dindu nuthin', they be gud boiz.

>> No.4087701

>>4087699
what reality do you live in? i wish i lived in the same one.

>> No.4087753
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>>4087699
>jews won ww2

>> No.4087799

>>4086716
>>4086732
interesting video about this exact subject I watched not too long ago.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXgZAdaMtS8

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>>4087701
>>4087753
You're NPCs.

Communism and Jewry
>Prominent Communist Jews:
-Rosa Luxemburg, founder of Communist Party of Germany
-Gus Hall (Arvo Halberg), US Communist party chairman
-V.J. Jerome (Isaac Romaine), CPUSA theoretician
-Julius Rosenberg & Ethel Rosenberg: gave Soviets US atomic secrets
-David Greenglass: aid to the Rosenbergs
-Morris Cohen: convicted Soviet spy
-Dr. Robert Soblen: Communist advocate, arrested as Soviet spy, fled to Israel
-Jack Soble: convicted of Soviet espionage
-Victor Perlo: CPUSA economist
-Leon Trotsky: Soviet foreign affairs, Red Army
-Yakov Sverdlov: Bolshevik chairman
-Grigori Zinoviev: Head of Comintern
-Karl Radek: Press commisar
-Lev Kamenev: Foreign affairs commisar
-Karl Marx: Marxist originator

>> No.4087996

>>4084089
>op posts nice work station and some art

>/beg/ poster acts like a rude bitch

>> No.4088013

>>4087996
I know, right? That drawing literally looks like a photo, that artist is so talented! I can't even draw a stick figure.

>> No.4088031

>>4088013
kys

>> No.4088140
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I finally caved and picked this up, I still need to get a desk lamp and a higher quality mannequin.

>> No.4088232

>>4087838
Get back to /pol, retard.

>> No.4088239

>>4087456
Nothing to bully you for, that's a great DIY workspace. The only thing I would recommend is another light, down the road, for full coverage.

>> No.4088389

>>4087456
>>4088239
I second this bro keep it up, to add to this anon I'd get a cheap plastic to cover board, soft wood like that will add texture to any paper you draw on, you can also just add a few sheets of bristol onto it

>> No.4088819

>>4088232
COPE harder commie. Stay triggered.

>> No.4088871

>>4087456
I dig it anon

>> No.4088874

>>4087838
This board is for discussing art, fuck off to your containment board

>> No.4088914

>>4087456
That's actually pretty nice, it even show dedication to your hobby. Did you design it yourself and of yes, would you be willing to share the plans?

>> No.4088916

>>4087600
Post your drawing then

>> No.4089637

>>4088874
STFU and post your art space, retard.

>> No.4089756

>>4089637
I already did you fucking cuck

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>>4088239
>>4088389
>>4088871
>>4088914

Thanks, guys. Well, I just wanted a drawing table but since they're expensive af I found some wardrobe door on the street, sawed it to a half and made it myself. Took me almost an hour to saw it with my swiss knife but was totally worth it.

Still I'm pretty meh as an artist, mostly draw for my own joy. Maybe I should better become a carpenter.

>Did you design it yourself and of yes, would you be willing to share the plans?

There isn't really something to call it "design" lol, just a bunch of nails and some stuff. I would make a photos but I'm changing my apartment now so the table is disassembled. If I don't forget I'm gonna draw you the plans tomorrow.

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>>4089936

Also here's the previous place. A comfiest room I've ever had, sadly that fucking mold has consumed all the rooms due to old water pipes in the house.

>> No.4090296

>>4084113
I did, I did it on paint tho, the cintiq dosent like paint every mutch

>> No.4090300

>>4084124
look at them gains tho

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New place after wagecuckery. Gotta make it I’m still burning savings :/

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New place after wagecuck life. Gotta make. it I’m still burning through my savings :/

>> No.4090470

>>4089756
Then discuss it, moron.

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>>4088914

Man, I'm shitty at making plans, sorry for this.
So, it's pretty simple:

1.You take one of those tiny nightstand legs (I don't know how is it called, that kind of terminology is unknown for me since I'm not a native english speaker), pull everything from it's inside out and make it hollow.
2.You get one small table leg from Ikea or somewhere else. Make sure that it can enter inside the hole of the previous one holy shit it sounds like a porn tutorial
3.Screw on the tiny leg in the upper middle of the back of the board and that's it. All the front stuff you already can see on the photo. Just make sure to screw on something on the table to prevent the ikea leg moving. You can use almost everything for that: a nail, a piece of wood, anything.

That's it. Now you can put the ikea leg inside to increase the angle of the board and vice versa.

I just hope I described it well.

>> No.4092453

>>4086849
how much did that lamp cost?

>> No.4092454

>>4089939
how much did that lamp cost?

>> No.4092478

>>4092453
>>4092454
Just search "swing arm desk lamp" on Amazon.

>> No.4092495

>>4083357
so greasy, imagine the smell.

>> No.4092496

>>4084502
looks nice, but imagine the spiders!!! Crawling up your legs when you are focusing on drawing..
whats that? My leg feels itchy.. AAAHHHHH.

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>>4092496
>imagine the spiders!!! Crawling up your legs when you are focusing on drawing

>> No.4092707

>>4092495
Oh I promise nothing in that picture is greasy lol, it might just look shiny because I used flash on my phone. The centre of the tablet though, I think after using it for four/five years I basically polished the matte layer off. It’s got loads of scratches on it too

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