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I was like “Wait, they made a BoF6?” Then I looked it up. Bummer.

Why capcom whyyyyy???

Nina from Breath of fire 6 bit modified.
Welp, she’s Miki from im@s.

Nina from Breath of fire 6 bit modified.

Welp, she’s Miki from im@s.

Breath of fire 6 Ryu?!
Too bad this is not real. :(

Breath of fire 6 Ryu?!

Too bad this is not real. :(

x

(Source: forassgard)

kr0npr1nz:

My little video is finally done!

Hope you like it!

Fan-made fake trailer for animation based on Victor Pelevin’s “The Sacred Book of the Werewolf” novel.

My first attempt to doing animated video, something I’ve done for fun (and After Effects practice). It took me 2 weeks to make a storyboard and to draw scenes, and 2+ weeks to learn Adobe AE to compose and add effects and animation to it, so it’s more like draft animated storyboard.

Making animation based on Pelevin’s books was my childhood dream, so now I decided to make this dream come true even if it’s only in animated storyboard form. Hope you like it!

Referenced titles for Diving in the TV scene: Neon Genesis Evangelion, The Matrix, In The Mood for Love .

Music by The New Division newdivisionmusic.com/

warofomens:

Colin Adam’s, the art director of Fifth Column Games, created a new tutorial for all the artists. Hope it helps more artist out there.
If you like this tutorial check out the game War of Omens.

warofomens:

Colin Adam’s, the art director of Fifth Column Games, created a new tutorial for all the artists. Hope it helps more artist out there.

If you like this tutorial check out the game War of Omens.

Breath of fire 6….

Why capcom why?

mylittledoxy:

Support » http://www.patreon.com/doxydoo
Guest » http://www.patreon.com/seel

captainblackhook:

kr0npr1nz:

#Persona4 Naoto Shirogane sketch!

HOW IS THIS A SKETCH!

Now that I think about it…

captainblackhook:

kr0npr1nz:

#Persona4 Naoto Shirogane sketch!

HOW IS THIS A SKETCH!

Now that I think about it…

nemurism:

video game fanarts.:3

biggestpieceoftrash:

I don’t eevn know leave me ALONE

biggestpieceoftrash:

I don’t eevn know leave me ALONE

(Source: vicsagod)

What are your thoughts on artist being depressed and suicidal that they're artwork is not good?

awdplace:

Everyone should know they’re not alone, everyone has these issues and thoughts of sadness but they shouldn’t give up because they mean something and do something.

People great and small all have a purpose, and as little as they feel they’re doing, they ARE making a difference, even for someone else whether they know it or believe it. If they don’t feel they’re doing something for themselves, they’re at least doing something for someone else, and that’s a terrific feeling. I think people should embrace the idea that perhaps in the bigger picture, we’re not in this just for ourselves, we’re in it for others no matter how small or big of a difference we make. It IS something.

I can’t honestly say for certain I know or understand what people with depression go through, as I do have my own times of depression and sadness as well so I only know my own experiences. but I can only let them know that they are special, especially for themselves, if their heart is in the right place for others. I do what I do because it makes me feel good, and knowing that others enjoy it is even greater to me because I’m making just a small amount of people in the world happy, that’s enough for me. But I like to try and go with that and do more because even though it may not happen like I’d like it to, for better or for worse, I at least made that small amount of people happy. And I just hope that others can also understand that and go on believing that they make a difference.

When it comes to art, I always tell people to EMBRACE their weaknesses and try to do something different, something their not used to. If they get discouraged over that, they should understand that it takes time, patience, practice, and that nothing happens overnight. Because who knows, maybe what they DON’T feel confident about will be their greatest ally in the end. It just takes awhile. It’s OKAY to feel bad about rejection and such, because that’s a factor of life, but keeping in mind that you are trying, you will succeed, even if it takes years.

You may not like what you do now, but just continue to be passionate about what you do, embrace your mistakes, learn from others examples, in a few years, everything you did back then if just a few steps in the evolution of what you want to achieve. NO artist truly ever reaches their goal, but it’s the journey TO that goal is what makes being an artist so fun.

I hope in some way what I said means something.

Rob, do you think drawing is a talent?

robscorner:

The issue of talent vs. skill…

So, yeah… I personally don’t really believe in “talent” in its purest form. Every last one of us is “talented”. It’s what makes us human. For example, I’m pretty musically inclined (I’ve produced and created music for a good section of my teenage years, btw) and know how to pick up a guitar and can jam a few chords because my dad showed me the basics years ago but I completely suck at it. Would I say that I just don’t have the talent for it? I don’t think so. I’m sure anyone can pick up the guitar, learn, and understand the basics and jam with simple chords. 

The reason why I suck at the guitar is because I haven’t put the time in to learning it like I have when it comes to art. I haven’t surrounded myself with it and swam in it for years and years so, of course, I suck at it. Speaking of swimming, if you throw someone in a pool who can’t swim but can learn with the proper instruction, they WILL learn how to swim. They have the arms, the legs, and the mental capacity to learn how. There’s nothing preventing them from learning how to do it (unless they’re handicapped). If they don’t like water and are scared of it, well, they won’t learn how to swim.

Same with skill vs. talent. If you have the mental capacity to add 2+2 and know when its time to eat because you’re hungry, you can learn to draw. I feel it’s all about application. Now if you’re mentally handicapped, then sure, you’re going to have a bit of a problem. But all of us privileged, normal folk can learn to do anything. The saying “you can do anything if you put your mind to it” is not a joke. You can do anything you want. You just have to take the steps to learn how to do it. If you don’t personally like to do something, you’re not gonna push yourself to learn how to do it~

Now I do believe in how well someone can adapt or take in knowledge and apply it, though. We all learn things at different paces. Some get it faster, some take years to learn a simple thing. But that doesn’t necessarily mean one is more talented than the other.

We talked about that often in the Cryamore dev team. I understand the basics of programming because I’m good with math and the principles are easy enough as I have dabbled many times into making games and game logic, but I just can’t completely wrap my ahead around it easily. It takes me a long time to really make sense of a block of code, but I will  eventually get it. On the other hand, our programmers can pretty much take anything I give them an idea of and can just toss it in as easily as someone gives me a written character concept and I can flesh it out in one go. Does that make one of us more talented than the other? Not at all. Skilled? Well, yeah. That’s ‘cuz that’s what we sought out to primarily learn and over time & repetition, that skill becomes second-nature. I’m sure if I went on a 4-month-straight crash course with nothing but programming lessons with applying and playing around, I’d have no problem grasping things then.

So yeah, next time your mom, aunt or a friend tells you how “talented” you are, don’t believe it because it doesn’t really mean much. XD But when someone recognizes you for your skill, that’s different. :)

art-bites:

Adolescent demon blacksmith Cudy and her pet Ostrich with a hammer beak.

art-bites:

Adolescent demon blacksmith Cudy and her pet Ostrich with a hammer beak.

dontgetaboner:

Robot and Ship

dontgetaboner:

Robot and Ship