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At 6/15/13 04:03 PM, bigjonny13 wrote: Dear God, what is it like inside your funny little brains? It must be so boring.
I will skiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin you.
So apologies to Lark. I was going to redline your WIP and everything and then i got carried away and this happened. You can blame my brother. :)
Dam you got some really sweet art!
Look forward to more
Also i may have to have a go at this papercraft stuff.... :D
At 6/25/13 12:08 AM, Kashi wrote:At 6/15/13 04:03 PM, bigjonny13 wrote: Dear God, what is it like inside your funny little brains? It must be so boring.I will skiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin you.
Why do I think you don't watch the show?
At 6/25/13 07:54 AM, bigjonny13 wrote:At 6/25/13 12:08 AM, Kashi wrote: I will skiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin you.Why do I think you don't watch the show?
I don't know; because I do.
All six episodes of it.
Something that I did really quick for homework. Different style I guess.
At 6/26/13 03:51 PM, Kashi wrote:At 6/25/13 07:54 AM, bigjonny13 wrote:I don't know; because I do.At 6/25/13 12:08 AM, Kashi wrote: I will skiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin you.Why do I think you don't watch the show?All six episodes of it.
Then why did my quote seem to go over your head?
At 8/10/13 05:40 PM, bigjonny13 wrote:At 8/10/13 10:48 AM, Kashi wrote:Reply a month and a half later, you are invalidAt 6/26/13 05:25 PM, bigjonny13 wrote: Then why did my quote seem to go over your head?Idk why you think that.
I like to bump my thread with art; don't use my hiatus as an excuse to get out of explaining yourself
fuck landscapes man
At 8/14/13 12:24 AM, Kashi wrote: I've changed my outlook: fuck tree roots manDrawing bark stuff is fun
Total time: 6 hours?
I love the bark
Word to your mother
At 8/14/13 12:45 AM, ImpendingRiot wrote:At 8/14/13 12:24 AM, Kashi wrote: I've changed my outlook: fuck tree roots manI love the barkDrawing bark stuff is fun
Total time: 6 hours?
I uploaded that some time ago to the art portal:
This is old stuff, some pottery from last year
(1/11) from Septemer '12
this was the first thing I ever did in pottery woo
At 12/22/13 04:19 PM, Kashi wrote: Practicing with textures after watching this guy. Wasn't able to use the filters and stuff he did though bc I'm using SAI lol
GIMP has most of the features he's using and it's a much better software for textures than SAI.
Thanks for the video, it has lots of neat tricks and I've always wondered what it would be like to take a digital art class of some sort. The video really feels like you're in the class.
Your attempt looks pretty fine and dandy, though the shading on the flat surfaces of the bricks looks a bit soft.
The guy talked about how to add more definition in the beginning of the video and I think you did it on the upper surface but with the bricks it's actually more noticeable when it's not done because there's more dimension in them.
Also small tip: sharp outwards edges will often have some some of thin highlight (He mentioned it in the video and the thickness of that highlight will define the sharpness of the edge (thicker highlight -> softer edge), but they will never be darker. The cracks do look really good, they have a lot of depth.
I'm sounding like a teacher aren't I. Sorry :p
At 10/27/13 09:28 PM, Kashi wrote: (11/11) this one is actually in progress. These are of before I put it in the kiln, next is pics of it fired and then glazing/firing it again. So September 2013 for the form, tba for the rest.
Really like this piece. Reminds me of those elongated african masks.
It's nice to see how much you've grown as an artist over the years Kashi. You've certainly vastly improved since the time you started in both your skills and mindset. That is all.
Nothing helpful to say, I'm sorry.
Thanks Nacco, that helps a lot!
Ty Demo :)
Thank you Fifty >///<
This is a thing I made for something. A chuck of a quote from a really interesting part of an otherwise boring book. Repousse 8.5x11"
approx 3 hours