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30th Sep 2019, 2:32 AM #1
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I sleep 4 hours.

I like drawing. I like working. And whenever I feel like playing videogames, I always do it after work because I enjoy the shit out of it.
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12th Sep 2019, 3:41 AM #2
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mightguy15:
That's cool dude, I wasn't either but I definitely still appreciate the culture back then. I was born in the 90's, although that really doesn't matter now, lol come a few more years that will have been 30 years ago.

Time comes and goes. Even at an early age I realized that, but it's kinda sad it still happens so fast.


Lol I was playing as the typical guy who receives a question on history who asks "Can you tell me something about World War II?" and I respond something like "I wasn't born in that time." just to see the reaction, I've seen people reacting at many different ways that I find it amusing.

Of course I appreciate some of the things in the past, like rock music, for example. The album in 1986 "Broadcast" by Cutting Crew is awesome, I love it. :)
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9th Sep 2019, 4:28 AM #3
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C'mon, man, I wasn't even born at that time!
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29th Aug 2019, 1:29 AM #4
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He's correct. You can't call something a drone if there is human activity inside those things. I'm impressed by the traditional art, good job!


Whoever played the game of Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash will get this.
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18th Jul 2019, 7:00 AM #5
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18th Jul 2019, 6:19 AM #6
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Medibang Paint Pro is a good option. It gives you default brushes for you to customize as you want.

It's free, and it's constantly updated.
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14th Jun 2019, 5:59 PM #7
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JammyTheBirb:Nahhhhh. Just don't rip off copyrighted stuff/other peoples' work.


Words to live by, mate. :)

lirvilas:When you can produce an equivalent level of quality in less time without tracing, then yes, it’s a crutch and you will burn in hell.


I regret nothing. When people called me the classic ad-hominems for 5 years in a row (such as racist, fascist, islamaphobe, colonialist, machista, oppressor...) being called "you will burn in hell" is nothing. It's basically the Current Year edition of The boy who cried wolf.

TanteiSakana:Tracing 2D art is one thing, since that usually entails ripping off someone else's stuff. But with 3D? There's a lot of models meant to be reused, and designed to be used as pose references, and the ethics of that seem pretty similar to using any other kind of reference. Besides, you can make your own models, and I think it would be a little ridiculous to say it's wrong to trace over 3D models you made yourself :|


I've attracted to, let's say, a few crusaders who were constantly going against me with ad-hominems instead of arguments, so I thought that was a big deal (for the people in that side of the argument) in the controversy in the multiverse of art. Luckily I blocked them after realizing their strategy of dismissing my arguments for the sake of moving the interrogation conversation on something else.

In other words, there are people against tracing 3D models even if the artist made the models by himself, or herself.

The main reason I've done this video is because discussion of tracing with 3D models wasn't done, so I decided to make it.

mightguy15:You do realize professionals such as Greg Land, Rob Leifeild, Toritaro, Akira Toriyama, Tite Kubo, Eiichro Oda, Bob Kane, and Mitsutoshi Shimabukiro all have traced to produce their artwork faster?


Nope, I didn't. I only know examples of artists from older eras, like Jan Vermeer (one of the artists I mentioned in my video). The name of Akira Toriyama seems familiar to me, but I'll do some research of all the names you said. Thanks for letting me know!
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"[Discussion] Is it WRONG to trace art with 3D MODELS? (31:56 Video included)", 14th Jun 2019, 5:15 PM #8
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Ahh, to trace or not to trace. The most difficult discussion for heresies, excommunicated, and banned artists because they pissed off a few mods or admins is here!

Only with a plot twist this time. This time I'm putting 3D MODELS to the table.



Disclaimer: I am not an expert, I'm just sharing my experiences here, and I'm using exaggerations dramatically to describe certain things and issues.
2nd disclaimer: Agree and disagree, but no insults. Let's keep this peaceful here.
3rd disclaimer: You can't make a 2nd disclaimer without a third one.
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10th Jun 2019, 1:16 AM #9
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I FOUND HEIHACHI!!!1
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6th Jun 2019, 1:08 AM #10
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Fanart and Fanfiction get way more reception than any kind of original work.
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5th Jun 2019, 1:08 AM #11
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The smoking effect and the shading are impressive. Well done!

If you wanna do it with your lover... just be a little cautious.
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16th Apr 2019, 2:14 AM #12
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If she stops cooking, maybe she can be on TV!

Disable your phone at all times whenever you're with your lover, or else...
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14th Apr 2019, 5:57 AM #13
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lirvilas:Having seen said comments, you need to delete that stuff ASAP. Don't give them the satisfaction of any other response.

Hell, I'd recommend also aggressively deleting unsolicited "legitimate criticism" (to be differentiated against requested feedback). I doubt that there are many people at all who would walk up to a complete stranger and say things like "your choice of shirt and pants clash" or "I don't like your haircut". It's rude as hell, so why would you put up with it online?


Hi lirvilas. Thanks for commenting in my webcomic, by the way. I'm not going to delete the comments I received because if I did that, the person who made the multiple illegitimate comments will come again with even more comments. No one likes being censored, and if a troll like this one sees that their comments were deleted, they'll get the confirmation that "I've been triggered", therefore they'll make more comments anonymously or in the case I disable anonymous comments, make an account and make comments.

And the feedback thing I mentioned it, I actually received not requested feedback on a fanart I made months ago, I've read the comment and he had a point, therefore I messaged him "Your feedback is useful" and asked him questions to help me properly.

In my experience, feedback, requested or not, sometimes helps depending of the goal of your comic.

Shekets:Treat everyone who comments the same way as you would anyone else, regardless of if you like what they say or not.
I can't say this is an easy thing to maintain, but depending on the person, this might be the best route to go. Also looks good to other readers and people who want to comment.
Even a simple, "hey! Thanks for taking the time to read my work. While I don't agree with or feel that your comment was sincere or helpful, I still appreciate you taking the time out of your day to check my stuff out! I hope to improve." can go a long ways.

In other cases, go full gremlin mode. Mock them. Make it into a joke. Humor is your best weapon in the worst circumstances. The greatest injustice you can give them is to rob them of their time.


The best rule ever is the golden rule. Fully agreed with you.

The Letter M:Do a zombie comic so nobody comments. Problem solved.


What is a zombie comic?
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"In your opinion, what is the best way to deal with criticism and separate what's legitimate and what's not legitimate?", 14th Apr 2019, 4:24 AM #14
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Some comments I received inspired me to do this thread.

Some or many of you probably deal with criticism on a daily basis, that's a thing every artist has to deal with. Sadly there are artists who tend to get emotional for not knowing the difference between feedback and harassment and eventually they generate bad outcomes for themselves and their mental health. Yes, it is important to keep your mental health up, because depending of our emotional state we usually make very bad decisions; fortunately there are ways to improve your mental health.

I'm digressing. Apologies.

From your point of view, what is the best way to deal with criticism, and at the same time, separate what is legitimate and what's not legitimate? I'm sure many of you have different methods to deal with it.

In my perspective, you gotta pay close attention to how people approach to you. If they begin with things such as "fuck you", or "you're garbage", or "you're a horrible person", it's not legitimate criticism. They are usually trolls, and you know the rule of the Internet, do not feed the troll. Now, if you receive actual feedback something like "You have to fix X part by doing this and that" and if you don't understand what they're saying, ask them via private message if possible "What do you mean with X? Can you provide me a few visual examples?" and if they're smart, they'll reply to you.

What is your method?
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27th Mar 2019, 6:54 PM #15
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18th Mar 2019, 6:31 AM #16
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26th Feb 2019, 4:29 AM #17
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Why did I think of the Little Red Hood after seeing the wolf?
Nice backgrounds, by the way! :)

My take: A Yurist Closet: THINK OF THE CHILDREN
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3rd Feb 2019, 8:37 PM #18
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13th Jan 2019, 8:57 PM #19
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Stop saying things that make you weak.
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16th May 2018, 2:07 AM #20
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