Hatsune Miku “Will Teach You to Use Photoshop!”

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Those seeking to attain a basic level of understanding for Photoshop and other Adobe-based Creative Cloud services may find use in Adobe’s new (and free) tutorial series, which will feature the widely known Hatsune Miku and may convince more people into becoming Miku-obsessed illustrators than ever before.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 21, 2016 10:44

    Creative cloud is a waste of moneys.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 21, 2016 10:44

    On what?... More


Bijutsubu Mondai Full of Fetishes

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The oft put upon Usami of Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru has once again been forced to wear another suggestive outfit for the sake of “art”, an event that will likely continue to happen given the show’s audience and their expectations.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 21, 2016 17:04

    She was in [Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!] didn't you notice?... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 20, 2016 13:39

    This anime's male mc is more entertaining and more related to us male anime fans than that male mc from you know what overrated anime. Trivia: both are named Subaru and both have the same... More


Bijutsubu Mondai Romantically Conflicted

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The relatively scarce art activities of Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru have possibly gotten even less screen-time as the anime’s latest episode once again focuses on Mizuki’s one-sided love for the 2D-inclined Subaru, this time throwing a new girl into the mix to elevate the antics to an even higher level.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 14, 2016 11:39

    I couldn't tell. Where were these? Timestamps? I really want to know about the bakuon one since i watch that and didn't get that reference at all.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 13, 2016 21:38

    Name all the anime that was referenced in this episode! So Far: Bakuon, Plastic Memories, Devil is a Part-Timer, Oshiete Galko-chan... More


Moon Animate Make-Up 2 Emerges

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Another animated tribute for the esteemed Sailor Moon franchise has arrived in the form of the 2nd ever “Moon Animate Make-Up”, a reanimated interpretation of Sailor Moon’s 68th episode created by over 300 dedicated animators – a feat that would no doubt impress anyone, though probably aspiring artists most of all.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 11, 2016 07:08

    The first picture has the art style of star vs the forces of evil.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 8, 2016 11:25

    These all look fuckin awful... More


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A digital art exhibit in Odaiba has been redefining what many think about boorish art exhibits with its innovation in interactivity, allowing attendees to not only physically walk into the art itself but also giving them the opportunity to procedurally alter it.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 31, 2016 19:51

    Is this sarcastic? how is this not "modern art" in the same sense as those other simplistically abstract "art" pieces? And how can people enjoy it? I've been to things like these, and they're boring. ... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 31, 2016 19:47

    This has been done hundreds of times before. After the initial novelty wears off, it's boring. It's boring because it's not art.... More


Fuzichoco Drawing Demo Astounds

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Graphics tablet provider Wacom have unleashed the latest entry in their “Drawing With Wacom” series, this time featuring manga illustrator Fuzichoco showing off her masterful control of motion functions that will no doubt inspire many to pick up drawing themselves.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 29, 2016 06:22

    And, people will complain about what artists charge per drawing...... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 28, 2016 17:47

    But she isn't using touch gestures... She is panning and zooming the canvas using navigation window with the pen. She was holding her left hand (folded into a fist) on the screen in the first... More


Akarin’s Birthday Somehow Remembered

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Yuru Yuri’s unnoticeable non-protagonist Akaza Akari has had her birthday celebrated by the usual otaku crowd, bombarding Twitter with a variety of illustrations and photos of self-made shrines that would surely make the neglected girl feel welcome.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 27, 2016 14:01

    Why is this post a bunch of blank pictures and cakes? The cakes are fine but theres just nothing printed on it or anything... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 27, 2016 13:48

    When Trump makes anime real, Akari will finally be recognized as best girl.... More


Raging Obsession For Midriffs Washes Over Twitter

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Another crazily unstoppable trend has made its way to Twitter as a variety of fetishists have demonstrated their love for the occasionally well-toned (female) midriff, providing an abundance of lovely illustrations that may possibly serve as a temporary detour from more blatant H-ery.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 31, 2016 07:41

    Sauce of no 4?... More

  • Arpaschad commented on July 28, 2016 23:40

    Ok I will bite...I would like to see Yukina's (of Koutetsujou no Kabaneri) midriff more...... More


Artists Joyously Celebrate Bikini Day

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A multitude of Japanese artists both revered and lesser known have shown their appreciation for Bikini Day by posting illustrations of luscious 2D girls donning tasteful swimwear, a perfect opportunity for avid art enthusiasts to bolster their ever expanding collections.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 9, 2016 08:29

    We all cum for her.... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 8, 2016 14:50

    Why not enjoy both?... More


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Established artist Sasaoka Gungu has obtained a figure from Kalmia Project based on the cute bikini girl from one of his illustrations, lacking only the option to remove her pesky swimwear – the glorious bikini girl will hit the beach in the chilly month of October.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 2, 2016 13:01

    paint job is fantastic... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 28, 2016 20:39

    Amazing quality!... More


Riu’s Paper Cut-Out Art An Absolute Marvel

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The intricate and highly impressive masterpieces of “Riu”, an artist utilizing only paper and a paper cutter, have garnered attention online due to their beauty and significant detail, bound to prove interesting to those who can appreciate such painstaking work.

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  • Riiku commented on June 28, 2016 03:45

    I don't know how much money this guy makes, but I bet it's not enough.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 27, 2016 14:43

    That is really pretty! Especially the circular ones, takes a lot of geometrical consideration and focus to make something so lovely... More


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A new reference book has emerged entitled “Real Action Pose Shots 02: Body Action Edition“, possessing an abundance of men in suits and bare-bodied gangsters engaged in combat that will surely aid aspiring artists and others in replicating such over-the-top poses.

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  • HouseLife commented on June 22, 2016 08:47

    These books aren't for anatomy, more like dynamism and posing reference. If anything it helps with muscle shapes rather than proportion. As always the issue with still images is they flatten the three-dimensionality.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 21, 2016 17:39

    Comic artist here. Yeah books like these are mostly used for layout/composition references especially when you need to illustrate two or more people in up-close combat. It's a time saver compared to making up the... More


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