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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby type_omega » 18 Jul 2016, 19:02

I dont know if this is the right place but...

I just started a you tube channel where i make stuff. i think that's art. right? anyway I am now off on a shameless self promotion tour and would love it if you watched and possibly likes/subscribed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1htYKmRBDio

in this video i make a bat shaped box. you could put du-dads in it if you where so inclined.

any feedback is appreciated

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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby korvys » 18 Jul 2016, 20:16

1) This is definitely a correct place to put this (I think there's also a "Shamelss Self Promotion" thread that might fit)
2) I am all about videos of people making cool things. Machining, woodworking, etc. Love them. Subscribed.
3) It's subjective, but I liked the music.
4) Feedback, two things:
First, the camera autofocusing (I think that's what it was, kinda zooming a bit for a sec) near the start was a bit annoying.
Second, the speed everything was going when you were gluing/sanding/finishing cut the time, which is good, but made it a bit hard to follow. Maybe you could add some annotations or something to explain what you're doing?

Anyway, really good. I will definitely be watching future stuff.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby type_omega » 18 Jul 2016, 20:55

yeah the focus thing is a issue i cant work around as its all recorded on a phone. it pisses me off but you work with what you got. i was planing on doing a list of steps in the description with time stamps but haven't got around to it yet (thank you overwatch). thanks for the sub it means a lot. :)
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby MinniChi » 19 Jul 2016, 00:38

My craft along got accepted! And I managed to make a Grandpa Bulbasaur like I've wanted to for the past couple weeks.
He matches nicely with the Charlie Chaplin Squirtle and the Dapper Charmander. They even all have bells. Though Squirtle's bell is in his tail and not his hat.

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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Merrymaker_Mortalis » 19 Jul 2016, 01:26

I'm glad squirtle has a hat...
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby type_omega » 20 Jul 2016, 08:57

Another video i made. its a mallet for hitting things. what things can you hit with it you ask? what thinks cant you hit with it i reply.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L31mYFubUxA

please like and subscribe :) (or dont that's really up to you but i am sure it would make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.)
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby abyssalCompiler » 24 Jul 2016, 12:13

Finished my DB Craft-along entry!

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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby pariah164 » 05 Aug 2016, 21:01

The LRRScarf is completed; I forgot to take a pic before loaning it to a friend, but it looks ace.

So, instead... LRR bracelet. I just got a Rainbow Loom and have been working like a madwoman since.

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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Arclight_Dynamo » 06 Aug 2016, 00:25

I think it looks great. :)
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Phi » 11 Aug 2016, 11:47

So I started my art studies this week, and the first major task of orientation week was to form a random group of 4 new students, pick 3 random words from a hat, and make a movie trailer with a title that contains those words. My group picked "moist", "disco" and "kitten". 8 hours later, we produced this video, which I am quite proud of:
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Deedles » 26 Aug 2016, 17:29

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Drew this based on the mental image someone I know said that they had of me. Feeling ill today, so having a funny little thing to draw was nice. :)
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Elomin Sha » 28 Aug 2016, 09:38

Deedles wrote:Image

Drew this based on the mental image someone I know said that they had of me. Feeling ill today, so having a funny little thing to draw was nice. :)

That's quite a nice idea.
I'd done one that someone's thoughts on me, but I think my humour may go over some people's heads.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby korvys » 28 Aug 2016, 14:06

Here is a picture of me in art form (see the 'The "Post a picture of yourself" thread' thread for the original).
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Deedles » 29 Aug 2016, 07:41

Elomin Sha wrote:
Deedles wrote:Image

Drew this based on the mental image someone I know said that they had of me. Feeling ill today, so having a funny little thing to draw was nice. :)

That's quite a nice idea.
I'd done one that someone's thoughts on me, but I think my humour may go over some people's heads.


Who knows unless you give it a try? I'd love to see it, your art is kickass. :D
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby MinniChi » 08 Sep 2016, 16:31

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I made a Lotad. I think he looks pretty cute.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby korvys » 08 Sep 2016, 18:31

I doodled some guy while learning the hotkeys for a new app (Krita):
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby MinniChi » 09 Sep 2016, 09:04

Deedles wrote:Image

Drew this based on the mental image someone I know said that they had of me. Feeling ill today, so having a funny little thing to draw was nice. :)


I love this piece. It's amazing and adorable.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Jamfalcon » 09 Sep 2016, 09:23

Do movie reviews count as art? Eh, I put words on a page, I'm going to count it.

Reviewed Kubo and the Two Strings for my new student newspaper job! You can read it here if you're interested. :)
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Darkflame » 09 Sep 2016, 10:59

Good enough for me. Art on Art?
Anyway; Pretty much agree. Wonderful film that really people should try to see in cinemas. Its just beautiful on a few levels. Also, weirdly for me it felt like a Zelda film in places, but for all the right reasons. [/slightly offtopic I guess]
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Jamfalcon » 09 Sep 2016, 11:01

Yeah, I guess it does have kind of a Zelda feeling. It's that very child-like (but not in a bad way) adventure story quality. Plus a collection quest with giant boss monsters probably helped.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Deedles » 09 Sep 2016, 23:30

MinniChi wrote:
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Drew this based on the mental image someone I know said that they had of me. Feeling ill today, so having a funny little thing to draw was nice. :)


I love this piece. It's amazing and adorable.


Thank you very much, Minni! I needed those kind words right now. <3
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby pariah164 » 26 Sep 2016, 14:08

Finally got the LRR scarf back from the friend who borrowed it!

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There are no words for how proud I am of it. I'm making one for The Ohio State University now (go Buckeyes!); they're easy, and only take one skein of thread.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby KyrieEleison » 30 Oct 2016, 22:09

Tomorrow being Halloween, my office is running a pumpkin contest. However, I'm not much of a fan of pumpkins - the taste, the spice, hollowing out the gunk and trying to carve the dumb thing - so I decided upon building a diorama in a fake pumpkin. Here's the creepy overgrown cemetery that I put together today while listening to a Tinker Tailor stream (photos behind the collapse):

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Materials are a crafting pumpkin, floral foam, "reindeer moss," craft sticks, wire tree, glue, skeleton lego parts, plastic fencing, and a Disneyland glowing ice cube for the lighting.

Two things I learned:
1. Floral foam is an abomination which should never have existed. (Florists, I'm sorry, but it's true.)
2. "Reindeer moss" looks cool but smells terrible. Or maybe that's just because I got this moss from the dollar store.

I might actually try to fill in some of the open space with dirt, or I might leave it alone. Either way, now I'm afraid I will lose to a carved or a painted pumpkin. I will actually be very disappointed if this happens.

But now I'm going to eat something.
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby Robo4900 » 30 Oct 2016, 22:13

That looks awesome! I hope you win. :)
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Re: Share your Art with the world!

Postby KyrieEleison » 02 Nov 2016, 19:50

Thank you, but my fears came true. Mine was the only faux pumpkin of the competition, and I took third place (of three entries) behind a coworker who basically carved the name of the company and his department (disguised as a jack-o-lantern face) into his pumpkin and another coworker who also did a cemetery, but just carved an opening into her pumpkin and stuck in some figurines.

The upside is that since there were three prizes, I did get a $25 giftcard to Fandango.com, a box of popcorn, and a bag of candy.

The disappointing thing is that everybody told me they loved what I made, but it didn't translate to votes. It just kind of felt like all the work I put into it wasn't appreciated. But I'm already thinking about next year's entry. I want to make it so awesome as to be irresistable... so I'm researching special effects I can do on the scale of a pumpkin. And since apparently my coworkers insist upon actual pumpkins, I'll just subcontract out the carving. :P
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