danx wrote: »
They do make it look easy sometimes.
Calligraphers tend to speed up videos on Youtube and Instagram which is really deceiving. My favorite is when they post free tuition videos in which they stress calligraphy is slow and you should slow down then speed up demos in the video for time. Way to go asshole!
Angel_of_Bacon wrote: »
To be fair, I agree that all the sped up/highly edited art videos out there tend to give a really deceptive idea about how long art 'should' take to make...but then, if someone posts a video where they do it all in real time, I know I'm skipping through it or playing it at 2x speed anyway. :P
So maybe I'm the problem.
hiraeth wrote: »
I've always done that on purpose to help learn things, I saw a video a while ago about doing it for art specificallyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rtc6iYp6Qk
Didgeridoo wrote: »
Aw, me too. As much as I love this little corner of the internet, it's just not active enough to really support a new or learning artist even though there's really great advice in the archives. I think the 'chat' or real time advice aspect has moved to Reddit for new artists mostly.
Agentflit wrote: »
I miss forums.
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we inform you of the sudden passing of Kim Jung Gi. After finishing his last schedule in Europe, Jung Gi went to the airport to fly to New York, where he experienced chest pains and was taken to a nearby hospital for surgery, but sadly passed away.
October 3, 2022
After having done so much for us, you can now put down your brushes.
Thank you Jung Gi.
October 5, 2022
Hyun Jin Kim
Adobe has opted your art into building AI systems without telling you. You have to log into your Adobe Account to turn it off.
This is maddening. I don't know why all these places feel entitled to use our work for free.
If you read "learn more" it says you agree that Adobe can use any files on your Adobe cloud storage (music, images ,text, etc).
Jan 25, 2023
Enjoy the first episode of Blenderheads, a series about the people behind the Blender project. The editor and director –documentary maker Maaike Kleverlaan– works embedded in the Blender headquarters to cover the activities and conduct interviews. The first episode is set during September-December 2022, with new episodes being published on a quarterly basis.