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35888 No.397[Reply]

STICKER AND POSTER OC THREAD

I've been hard at work on some OC for use by any interested frens! The attached images are meant to be used as stickers. The composite is sized for an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet. The intent is for you to be able to use any printer to mass produce them, and easily.

BEWARE MICRODOT
If you're worried about a print being traced to you, use this: https://github.com/dfd-tud/deda

That's a piece of software to anonymize your prints. There's a guide on the Github. It won't do any good against finger prints or getting caught on camera posting these where you shouldn't, but 99% of the time a wagie will just be forced to remove your sticker, even if it's massively offensive. As long as you don't threaten violence or say anything too extreme, you won't be worth the local pig-cops' time.

What are these?
From left to right, top to bottom…
>If you stopped obeying…
Self explanatory.

>People say Hitler Burned Books…

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7bfad No.486

>>463
27/27

=Some Thoughts on Materials=

There are many brands of sticker paper and not all of them are created equal. If you buy the wrong kind, expect your ink to smear. You want something strong, vinyl-like, weather resistant, with high absorbency. After experimenting with some cheap sticker paper in some cheap printers, I feel that most of the sticker paper I tried doesn't work as desired.

While there are plenty of brands out there that make comparable products, I can verify that MECOLOUR's sticker paper makes a good base for our purposes. Of all the brands I've tried so far, they seem like the best balance between price and quality. I don't have any particular love or loyalty for their brand, so I'm open to alternatives if any fren has a recommendation. So far, other brands I've tried have either required 5+ layers of fixative to protect the ink from touch-smearing, looked too cheap, and/or have fallen apart right away when exposed to water. MECOLOUR makes paper that seems to take the ink better, regardless of my printer's settings. If your printer has a glossy/photo paper setting, you can probably make better usage of just about any glossy sticker paper, but if you're using a printer without explicit support for glossy/photo paper, expect many brands of glossy paper to have issues with ink absorbency. With MECOLOUR, setting the print quality to “high” on an absolute junkheap of a printer (that allegedly didn't support glossy, photo, or sticker paper) was enough to get professional-ish looking results. Their paper is only slightly more water resistant from what I can tell, but fixative does help. If someone knows a cheaper equivalent, I'm looking to keep production costs low, so please let me know.

If MECOLOUR isn't to your liking, make sure whatever you pick is rated as having high absorbency. That really does seem to be the key. Without that, black ink seems to have trouble taking to the pages (again, this testing was done on cheap inkjet printers–I can't speak to laser printers yet, but I figured many frens have cheap inkjets). Weather and UV resistance are a plus.

Regardless of the quality of your paper, I recommend spraying your stickers with a clear fixative after printing. This will make them sturdier. Fixatives come in many varieties. Look for clear, glossy finish fixative, with wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.



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9f45e No.78[Reply]

Hey frens! We officially don't have a flag or troll flag. 1 anon came up with 2 cool flags. But I wanted to see if anyone else wanted to submit some flags before we officially adopt one. Looking forward to see what you guys come up with.
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007f3 No.305[Reply]

Post any art that you enjoy. All mediums.
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Ivan Bilibin

8295f No.511

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I like Roger Dean illustrations. I have a lot of high resolution images from his website and random assortment of his paintings, if anyone's interested I could upload them.

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1f491 No.488[Reply]

HEY!!! artfags I need one of you to give spice to picrel because I need to annoy /qa with it and call them /qackers.
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41395 No.496

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0ff80 No.510

>>495
lmfao



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3d61a No.350[Reply]

Read this book about drawing: The keys to drawing.
And it did make me wonder. Can the skills of drawing actually be taught or is it something you should learn. This book helped me at the very least.

Also I'm not certain if this belongs in /lit/ since I am not making this thread about the content of the book just the idea.

6cf57 No.352

Thanks fren, I'll check it out. Sounds pretty good.

fd19d No.498

>>350
Try clay sculpture, I think developing the 2D skills comes easier after developing 3D skills

95979 No.499

everything belongs everywhere. thanks for the recommendation. i am trying to learn painting. and good references for that.



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888a4 No.35[Reply]

Post anything you made.
I just mostly draw Gondola.

This video took me at least 2hrs using MSpaint and Openshot
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4444c No.473

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I made over 100 of these drawings, I was going to launch an NFT collection as a little side hustle but twitter kept banning me for my drawings, so no real way to promote. I had fun though, I hadn’t drawn in years and this got me back into it

3183f No.487

>>473
keke those are fantastic

e01c5 No.497

>>473
These are digital gold



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33d85 No.279[Reply]

This board is slow and I fear it's going to be axed. Not enough artist or anyone interested in art visits this board. We need to change that!
Let's learn to draw together and create a community of artist here. There is no need to depend on art anons migrating from other boards (4trans), when we can become artist ourselves.
Let's start with the basics!
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a0ee3 No.361

>>357
Imagination and references, I combined two guns together and added a few details. I intend to draw then in a 3D space as well, but I haven't done it yet. I'll draw a bigger line soon. The way I draw lines I only use my wrist, which is probably hindering my art abilities.

9a486 No.440

>>360
I think if you want to create good art, you need to start thinking about the technical stuff - it may be cumbersome, but the more you do it, the easier it becomes. I have a lot of ideas but I lack the skill to execute on them. I have a vision but I am unable to share it. That's why I started this thread, to learn alongside frens.

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>>323
Long overdue perspective notes part 1 - I'll post part 2 when I make them because its a pain in the ass honestly



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2ddaf No.391[Reply]

this is my first time painting a model. this is about half way done. let me know any tips to improve. i posted this on 4chan. one human responded and 8 NPC short responses. i naturally called out these gpt4 bots. they then said my pic is on ebay and i got banned for spamming. what a joke
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2ddaf No.395

>>394
yeah i though the highlights could go in those small grooves. but even which my smallest brush in paints more around than inside. so now i am thinking of painting that purple and painting part of the knee capin the highlight.

once i have finished the , i will add the sun logo there. i thinking about doing the eagle in yellow, orange mix to match the sun logo

16d46 No.396

>>395
you can also just trim your brushes if you have spares
the yellow and purple need something intermediary like the blue.

39bab No.465

Thin your paints



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66d3d No.131[Reply]

post art and cool pictures
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f46d4 No.424

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a53c0 No.362[Reply]

We use the term "artistic discipline" for a reason! It's time we live up to it.

Frens, autists, lend me your ears: you should be practicing an artistic skill. I see you there, anon, browsing the Overboard. I see you lamenting /art/ as a dead board. It's time to do something about it.

In this thread, we'll post our daily practice. Nothing especially complicated (unless you want it to be) or identifying (unless you don't care). If you're worried about doxxing yourself via posting your work, be sure to scrub exif data, etc.

To facilitate the creation of art, there will be themes/topics posted regularly. I trust anons not to throw endless, random themes out. Without namefagging there's no real way to have a designated theme poster. Inevitably, other people than myself will post themes. Please try to create a piece of art relating to the themes put forth by thoughtful anons. It could be a drawing, painting, sculpture, short song, etc. If you submit a theme to the thread, please contribute your own work relating to it as well.

THEME 1: FOREST
Evergreens and pines, anons. The full beauty of synergized nature. Animals peaking around to see if it's safe to pass. Hills sprouting from the ground. Flowers blooming in the beauty of the sun.

Grab your pencils and your sketchbooks, anons!

Give at least 15 minutes to practice every day! The more the better! The ideal stands at 3 hours daily, but in Greater Clown World this is often unfeasible.

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d4d86 No.374

>>373
Thankyou fren!
I don't enjoy rendering because I am very inconsistent with it. If I change the grip on the pencil and pick it up differently, the behaviour of the pencil would not be the same and I have a hard time making pauses between shading seem seamless. With my perspective work, I should incorporate shading more and stop only focusing only on the wire frame. I guess attempting still life would aid with the rendering as identifying the shadows and dark/light values is not that intuitive for me yet. Practise, practise, practise!

615be No.375

>>374
You might try using a blending stick or a small, throwaway scrap of clean paper, to gently rub areas that are mostly value based (by this I mean you're not destroying line work for no reason–though, eventually it's not a big deal to lose the lines because you get good at putting them right back if need be). This can help smooth over 'seams' in your shading. You can also use it to blend transitional points for a gradient. If you're desperate, you can use your fingers for this–just be sure to wash and dry your hands right after so you don't smudge up the paper!

An exercise I found helpful when first learning to draw: blacken an entire sheet of sturdy paper with graphite/charcoal and use erasers to draw by lightening values appropriately. This sort of "drawing in reverse" or "drawing by erasure" was invaluable to my early development of accurate light/dark values. It's especially good when working from a very dark reference.

6e996 No.387

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>>362
Did a sketch based on the second tree in the OP. Spent about 20 minutes on this one. Happy enough with it.



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