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Rate my Original Artwork
Aug 28 2007, 5:16 pm
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Apr 26 2008, 7:42 am Sie_Sayoka Post #141



>_> k

well anyway heres my first realism piece.




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Apr 26 2008, 5:18 pm BiOAtK Post #142



Corbo: Meet Pablo Picasso. Arguably one of the best painters in the world, he used Cubism.
I wouldn't say cubism is realistic, but it is still art.



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Apr 26 2008, 6:24 pm Corbo Post #143

ALL PRAISE YOUR SUPREME LORD CORBO

Although Picasso is supposed to be good I think he's overrated.
You people talk about picasso because you don't know other artists :P
I rather stick with Dalí. But I'm really into surrealism or desconstructivism not cubism.

I was just pointing Syphon that the pencil quality was NOT good I don't know why you ignorants are making such a big deal about it.



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Apr 26 2008, 7:36 pm Dapperdan Post #144



>>Stickified



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Apr 27 2008, 12:38 am Syphon Post #145



Quote from Corbo
Although Picasso is supposed to be good I think he's overrated.
You people talk about picasso because you don't know other artists :P
I rather stick with Dalí. But I'm really into surrealism or desconstructivism not cubism.

I was just pointing Syphon that the pencil quality was NOT good I don't know why you ignorants are making such a big deal about it.

Corbo, you're clearly the ignorant one in matters of artistry.



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Apr 27 2008, 1:22 am Corbo Post #146

ALL PRAISE YOUR SUPREME LORD CORBO

Sure, photoshopper.
What does artistry even mean? link me to wikipedia, please.

Post has been edited 2 time(s), last time on Apr 27 2008, 1:29 am by Corbo.



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Apr 27 2008, 3:14 am Syphon Post #147



No, you can't just attack me to get away from this. Aside from the fact that I'm definitely more knowledgeable and skilled than you in all manners of art, you're also going against people like Wilhelm, HolySin, and Hercanic, who are leagues above and beyond you artistically.



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Apr 27 2008, 3:33 am EzDay281 Post #148



Huh. I find the choice of time to sticky this thread to be... mildly ironic.
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I was just pointing Syphon that the pencil quality was NOT good I don't know why you ignorants are making such a big deal about it.
Well... I'd have to say it has a lot to do with...
"So... you draw a sketch and the basic rules & concepts of design & drawing don't apply just because you drew an sketch?"
Really now.
His drawing was made to serve a function - it's at the point where further time spent on details would do little to further its purpose, while costing a relatively significant amount of time that should instead be used for other purposes, such as developing the concepts illustrated in the later pictures he posted.
Maybe architecture really is different. Maybe the people you know ( "architects would laugh at me so bad." ) are just crazy. Maybe you don't know them as well as you think you do. Some combination of all the above, possibly.
...
Oh, and the "2. I'm not silly, saying that there's no rules in art's just stupid," doesn't help. I may have a slightly unusual definition of art ( currently, though I've been attempting to revise it: "Anything made with the intent of aesthetic appeal," ) , but most others' ideas, so far's I've seen, agree with it. And by my basis, the only "rule" is that 'good art' should be pleasing.
It's like watching people go "OMG HALO3 R SUCH GOOD GRAPHICS," when it's in large part just higher-res textures and fancier lighting effects that end up making the unrealistically sharp corners and lack of geometric detail on surfaces more noticable than in its two prequels...



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Apr 27 2008, 4:04 am Dapperdan Post #149



Quote from EzDay281
Huh. I find the choice of time to sticky this thread to be... mildly ironic.

Ya rly.

Btw, I agree that Corbo's view of art is too strict. I imagine writing music with him would get rather annoying -- having to follow all the proper scales and keys when sometimes you need to bend and even break those rules to produce new music that still sounds good. Although, I still respect his opinions and knowledge. He does know what he's talking about, but I think sometimes he misses the bigger picture.

Hopefully we can let this topic get back to rating people's artwork (like sie's). In the mean time, a topic on the definition and purpose of art may be appropriate.



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Apr 27 2008, 4:25 am Syphon Post #150



Quote from Dapperdan
Quote from EzDay281
Huh. I find the choice of time to sticky this thread to be... mildly ironic.

Ya rly.

Btw, I agree that Corbo's view of art is too strict. I imagine writing music with him would get rather annoying -- having to follow all the proper scales and keys when sometimes you need to bend and even break those rules to produce new music that still sounds good. Although, I still respect his opinions and knowledge. He does know what he's talking about, but I think sometimes he misses the bigger picture.

Hopefully we can let this topic get back to rating people's artwork (like sie's). In the mean time, a topic on the definition and purpose of art may be appropriate.

No he doesn't.



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Apr 27 2008, 9:28 am HolySin Post #151



You know, this argument reminds me a lot of a debate I had in a music class, where basically the same points apply. The question was simply enough what is music? Well, in this case, we can just ask, what is art? Truth is, it's going to be the broadest definition because what one person finds to be masterpiece may be a pile of shit to another; which has been clearly demonstrated in this thread. Personally, I think the "rules" only apply in realism or any sort of applicable art; other than that, they clearly don't mean much in abstract art, impressionism, etc.



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Apr 27 2008, 9:51 am Sie_Sayoka Post #152



i really hate you guys you know -_-



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Apr 27 2008, 12:44 pm Dapperdan Post #153



Quote from Syphon
Quote from Dapperdan
Quote from EzDay281
Huh. I find the choice of time to sticky this thread to be... mildly ironic.

Ya rly.

Btw, I agree that Corbo's view of art is too strict. I imagine writing music with him would get rather annoying -- having to follow all the proper scales and keys when sometimes you need to bend and even break those rules to produce new music that still sounds good. Although, I still respect his opinions and knowledge. He does know what he's talking about, but I think sometimes he misses the bigger picture.

Hopefully we can let this topic get back to rating people's artwork (like sie's). In the mean time, a topic on the definition and purpose of art may be appropriate.

No he doesn't.

K then he doesn't (if you're just talking about drawing and that area of art you would know better than I). I already had a feeling you were going to say that after I posted. ^^

Quote from HolySin
You know, this argument reminds me a lot of a debate I had in a music class, where basically the same points apply. The question was simply enough what is music? Well, in this case, we can just ask, what is art? Truth is, it's going to be the broadest definition because what one person finds to be masterpiece may be a pile of shit to another; which has been clearly demonstrated in this thread. Personally, I think the "rules" only apply in realism or any sort of applicable art; other than that, they clearly don't mean much in abstract art, impressionism, etc.

Music is just a compilation of noises -- anything you want to consider music can be music in this regard. Ever listened to John Cage? Art's definition should be just as broad.



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Apr 27 2008, 9:06 pm Corbo Post #154

ALL PRAISE YOUR SUPREME LORD CORBO

What..? You don't follow scales? :P
If you don't follow scaled you'll get really odd sounds and some out of tune you need to be very experienced to achieve that to perfection.
And Syphon, I do know what I'm talking about and I'm not going against anyone, everyone else is going against me. And to me you're not better than anyone here, you just happen to be extremly arrogant, I haven't seen anything from you that has convinced me besides photoshopping. I'm stating what I have been taught and they do teach us to analyze if what we are taught is correct or not, have you ever actually taken classes in an art school? If by art classes you mean the one in your probably public school then it doesn't count and sit back.

And Dapper, composing with me is actually fun because I'm really weird and crazy.

So does anyone actually have something smart to say rather than flaming without any reason or work to serve as defense? The only one that can pretty much bash me right now it's Hercanic ;)



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Apr 28 2008, 12:14 am Dapperdan Post #155



Quote from Corbo
What..? You don't follow scales? :P
If you don't follow scaled you'll get really odd sounds and some out of tune you need to be very experienced to achieve that to perfection.

And Dapper, composing with me is actually fun because I'm really weird and crazy.

I don't use keys or scales to as the basis to write my music -- any of it-. And I would hope so. :0_o:



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Apr 28 2008, 1:00 am Syphon Post #156



Quote from Corbo
. And to me you're not better than anyone here, you just happen to be extremly arrogant, I haven't seen anything from you that has convinced me besides photoshopping.

Pot calling the kettle black?

I haven't posted any photoshopping in this thread, only 1 drawing I think. You haven't posted anything.



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Apr 28 2008, 1:26 am EzDay281 Post #157



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everyone else is going against me.
Sooo... by what standard is this? >_>
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ather than flaming without any reason or work to serve as defense?
Hey, I didn't flame; and my arguments are based on disagreements with your statement, unrelated to the original drawing in question. =P



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Apr 28 2008, 1:33 am Dapperdan Post #158



Quote from EzDay281
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everyone else is going against me.
Sooo... by what standard is this? >_>
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ather than flaming without any reason or work to serve as defense?
Hey, I didn't flame; and my arguments are based on disagreements with your statement, unrelated to the original drawing in question. =P

The flaming part was pretty much directed at Syphon I believe.



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May 24 2008, 7:34 am MASTER Post #159






Some Old Work I used alot as well. Rate Please.



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May 28 2008, 4:30 pm Alkali Post #160



Well. I got bored today and threw this together in ~10 minutes.

Be kind it's my first drawing.

My Drawing



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