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341. Posted: Wed 11th Aug 2010 12:25 BST
Thanks Werble.Here's another painted a did last night.
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342. Posted: Thu 12th Aug 2010 16:19 BST
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343. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 00:59 BST
wow, i wish i could paint like that :3
Cringing is really fun.
344. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 10:45 BST
Thanks Werble. You should give it a try. I would have said the exact same thing as you before I started painting on Art Academy. I seriously didn't think I could paint until I started on it.
345. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 22:26 BST
yeah, i've finished the first one and i have the 2nd one. i'm just having trouble with the dog...
346. Posted: Sat 14th Aug 2010 00:54 BST
Hey for the guys that got art academy, try to paint they own avatars and show them here!
Man's worst enemy is laziness.
347. Posted: Sat 14th Aug 2010 11:57 BST
@hulklol I already did that Well actually it was the other way around. I first made the painting in Art Academy and then I based my avatar on it:
Probably getting a Vita with LBP soon...
348. Posted: Sat 14th Aug 2010 12:34 BST
That dog was a tricky one for me as well. And I never did attempt the cat 'mini-lesson'.
I've already created my avatar from a drawing I did on Art Academy.
349. Posted: Mon 16th Aug 2010 17:24 BST
toymin80r - Which part of your butterfly and your rose did you do in Photoshop?
i used Photoshop to do the background for the butterfly and to add the aftereffects to both images. Other than that, the butterfly and the rose itself were all done on art academy. I really should have uploaded their original images on here as well (but i'm not sure if i have them anymore).
350. Posted: Tue 17th Aug 2010 15:33 BST
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351. Posted: Tue 17th Aug 2010 23:58 BST
@Victoria: Very nice piece! quite abstract!I just did this. Its one of my first things I've done on my own and am quite proud of it!
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352. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 01:59 BST
And you should, I love PIKMINS!!!!
I have another question, do Art Academy actually lear you how to paint?? So like after making good painting in art academy can you do a good painting without it? With pencils and real paper?
353. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 03:13 BST
Love the Pikmin picture!
hulkol, yes you should be able to paint well in real life if you can learn the techniques in Art Academy. It teaches things like colour mixing, brush sizes, adding water to the brush, and so on. Of course, it's cheaper to screw up a painting on your DSi than screw up a real painting.
354. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 03:17 BST
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This wins the entire thread.
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355. Posted: Thu 19th Aug 2010 03:13 BST
Love the Pikmin picture!hulkol, yes you should be able to paint well in real life if you can learn the techniques in Art Academy. It teaches things like colour mixing, brush sizes, adding water to the brush, and so on. Of course, it's cheaper to screw up a painting on your DSi than screw up a real painting.
Hmmmm, I will convince myself of that if someone here paint a picture in real life, a picture the one he had aleady painted it in art academy, and post both here to see the results.
356. Posted: Fri 20th Aug 2010 10:10 BST
This is the first time I have ever sketched a real live person. It may not be a master piece, but I never would have had the confidence to try it before I started on Art Academy. (and if I'd have been using real pencils, I probably would have used the eraser so much I would have scrubbed a hole in the paper)
357. Posted: Fri 20th Aug 2010 16:14 BST
Wow, that looks great, Victoria!
358. Posted: Fri 20th Aug 2010 16:22 BST
ooh im a "serious" user for both of those things PLEASE tell me how to add pictures here
Edited on Fri 20th August, 2010 @ 16:26 by NGpenguin
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359. Posted: Fri 20th Aug 2010 22:08 BST
So you make that in real life? Looks actually promising... Im gonna look for the art academy retail version.
360. Posted: Sat 21st Aug 2010 11:12 BST
Thanks - Sonic_brawler.@ Hulklo - No, I didn't draw that on real paper. I did it on Art Academy. If I'd have done it on real paper I would have really struggled to get it right and used my eraser enough to ruin the drawing. But the fact is I DID draw it, and I wouldn't have had much luck before learning on Art Academy. I have more confidence now at drawing than I did before, but right now I'm still learning. I'm not about to go out and spend a fortune on real paints, and I wouldn't even know where to begin with mixing oil mediums. (I have water colour paints, but I'm just not confident enough yet to know what I'm doing.) I have seen pictures of people who used Art Academy lessons to paint real life paintings, but I don't have the art supplies, canvases, etc, to do that yet.I will tell you thought that one thing that helps me immensely with Art Academy is that you can put grid lines over your photos, and on your drawings to help get the perspective right when starting out. It helps me to lay down the foundation lines on my drawings, so I'm not struggling to make things look right. It's a big help when starting from scratch. I'm just now learning how to do sketches on my own. Once I have a bit more confidence, I'll get out my art pencils and see if I can master on real paper.Please remember Hulklo that a lot of people do nothing but digital art for fun and for a living ... it makes their art no less 'real' that it is on the computer, and not on canvas.
To post pictures on here you need first of all to upload them to a website that will 'host' the pictures. There are a lot of places to do that, but an easy and free way is to use Photobucket http://photobucket.com/ Join their website, then upload your pictures to it. Once you've done that, you just need to copy the IMG code under the photo. (There are 4 boxes with codes in them under the photo ... copy the one that says IMG code, and then paste it into your posts here.) I look forward to seeing your pictures!
Edited on Sat 21st August, 2010 @ 11:13 by Victoria