Our Art (visual)

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Our Art (visual)

Post by MuscularTeeth » 09 Nov 2015, 17:33

1) This is a thread for the visual art .
Drawing, painting, street art, 3d work, photography. If you need eyes to understand the art, it goes here.

It must be;
a) Self Created Artwork.
It is made by you, or someone close to you on their behalf. If you find an awesome artwork by some dude like Banksy or Da Vinci - that'd go in the random image thread. This is home made stuff, not art of the rich and famous (unless you're a member of the forum and are rich and famous and dead like Monet).

b) Visual only. --- Music / audio / Video deserves its own thread of thought. Though Writing is visual, it too deserves a seperate thread.

Let's see your creative output you clever people.
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Re: Our Art (visual)

Post by kablekill » 10 Nov 2015, 09:03

We let get this started then.

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This is a Pen and Ink stippling drawing. All up I worked on this for about 20+ hours to. I had to add the black background digitally.
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Post by Nacimota » 10 Nov 2015, 22:20

Here's a sample of some old desktop backgrounds I made in 3ds Max yeeeaaars ago:

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Obviouisly, the last one is just the previous one inverted, etc. but I still like it.
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 26 Nov 2015, 17:07

Love the digital graphic art there Nacimota mate.
I think around 1995 or 96 I used to mess around with POVRAY (its still around it seems, but i doubt its pure text code).
apart from that i havent really delved into that sort of stuff, but it looks fun and quite effective.
packs a punch

and Kablekill that artwork should be on an LP album.
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Post by kittycatArcane » 02 Dec 2015, 00:46

WIP of current project. Will post the result when it's finished!

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Post by kittycatArcane » 07 Dec 2015, 20:25

Double post, burn the witch!

Linking to the finished product off of my DA account because imgur lowers the quality and muddles all the details.
http://orig15.deviantart.net/f848/f/201 ... 9jbluk.jpg
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 04 Jan 2016, 22:05

Our very own DISCO sent me a little wooden box to paint.
some photos.

Here it is untouched;
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pre-coats of titanium white;

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where i am up to right now;
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looks better in the real worlds.
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Re: Our Art (visual)

Post by Disco » 04 Jan 2016, 22:08

I fricking LOVE IT!
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 04 Jan 2016, 22:12

nah you dont, you just cant back out now :)
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Post by Disco » 04 Jan 2016, 23:09

MuscularTeeth wrote:nah you dont, you just cant back out now :)
Pft, love your art man, it's unique and colourful, I can't wait to take it out on my harley and beat some old dudes at their game :D
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 04 Jan 2016, 23:40

happy to paint a baseball bat, then you can beat some old dudes for real, with artistic flair.
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Post by Nacimota » 05 Jan 2016, 11:44

Do you end up putting some kind of protective coating on that? I'd be worried it would rub off or smudge or something.
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 05 Jan 2016, 13:53

yes mate, ill clear coat it after ive finished it.
it works pretty good -

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this is a mountain bike (i posted pics of it on GON but now its GONE).
the bloke rides it every week, often doing downhill dirty muddy rides.
the artwork is still staying on quite well.

i DID do a massive number 3 for a house, and the sunlight has faded it badly even with the clearcoat. but i think it was also using cheaper watercolour pens. this box for disco is primarily paint.
so should be ok i think.
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 08 Jan 2016, 11:42

bit more of DISCO's box;
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gets harder to hold as more area is covered in paint. very difficult to paint sitting on the table, but if i hold it in one hand with the other holding the brush or pen - i find my hand is shaking a bit too much. have to take frequent breaks because the hand cramps up. but looking very colourful.
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Post by GamingKen » 08 Jan 2016, 12:12

That looks fantastic MT. I'm rather jealous of Disco now!
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 08 Jan 2016, 12:52

Mearehear wrote:That looks fantastic MT. I'm rather jealous of Disco now!
dont be jealous of Disco. he has a weird pair of knees.
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Post by GamingKen » 08 Jan 2016, 12:59

MuscularTeeth wrote:dont be jealous of Disco. he has a weird pair of knees.
Does he have baby face knees? :shock:

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Post by MuscularTeeth » 08 Jan 2016, 16:04

jesus, some poor child has had their soul sucked inside.
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Post by MuscularTeeth » 24 Jan 2016, 00:46

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no its not finished, it needs some of the lines re-touched and some extra coats of paint on areas. shut up and stop being so damn judgemental.
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Post by Vital-Blurs » 24 Jan 2016, 02:11

I like it when you go all out on the colours, MT.

You know, some of your designs could be suitable for one of those adult colouring books. Are they still gaining popularity?......You could let the less creative people go all out on the colours :)
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Post by Disco » 24 Jan 2016, 18:01

AWESOME AS!
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Re: Our Art (visual)

Post by kablekill » 26 Jan 2016, 00:42

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New Gamer tag design, Nothing special. Needed something new for the new year. Feels a little bit like Cokes logo....
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Post by CherryRed » 26 Jan 2016, 01:02

Speaking of colouring in, I bought a colouring in book and instead of relaxing me, it pissed me off.

Then I came across this video of a guy with the same colouring book and the same 'recommended' markers that I bought, and it's pretty much word for word how I felt :lol:

https://www.facebook.com/adraycun/video ... nref=story
(Even the non-facebookers should be able to access this link)
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Post by kharis » 26 Jan 2016, 08:50

I use the markers that have a nib like a paint brush much better. Those thin ones drove me bonkers too. But I prefer the pattern books over the garden /animal ones
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Post by CherryRed » 26 Jan 2016, 17:01

Which markets are they?
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