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Woah woah woah, woah Da faq?Woah woah woah, woah by anime-wolf-fan-girl
So i found this screenshot of Cia for the up-coming game Hyrule Warriors, with all 3 pieces of the triforce. This is, extremely odd, as that would imply that she defeated Link, Zelda and Ganondorf and stole their pieces. Zelda and Link have both had their pieces stolen before, of course by Ganondorf, but Ganondorf himself has never had his piece taken. This is very interesting. For those of you who do not know, the triforce is an ancient artifact given to the humans by the gods but it is split into three pieces. One of them is given to the Royal family (Zelda, the piece of wisdom) one of them is given to the reincarnation of Demise/The being of all evil (Ganondorf, the piece of power) and the other is given to the spirit of the hero (Link, the piece of courage). Whoever has all three pieces can wish for anything and it will be granted.
There are theories going around that in Hryule Warriors, there may be three sides to the war: Hyrule Kingdom, Cia's forces and Ganon
How to get better at artPeople keep asking me what programs i use, and what program is the best for drawing and what brushes i used for this artwork or that. Those are legitimate questions, sure, but not entirely accurate. There are differences between programs and brushes, but in the end, they are all tools. They are tools artists use to put their imagination onto a canvas. Just like a traditional artist can use 10 different brushes to paint an artwork, or just one single brush, digital art is the same in that regard. There is no one brush that can achieve an effect that none other can. Sure it's a little more difficult if you're using one brush type to draw everything, but not impossible. Artists might have hundreds of brushes in Photoshop but in truth, we use 2-5 brushes the most and those hundreds only in special cases. I personally use a hard brush and a soft brush for 90% of things, what i do change is the opacity and turn the pressure on and off, change the size etc.How to get better at art by Yuuza
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The Fear of Arting?I do not like to discus some things here, for people see it as drama, but I feel, after listening to many of my watchers and even watchers of my friends, that this should be discussed. It is a decent length, sorry. If you are too lazy to read it, well that's your fault for missing out. Not mine.The Fear of Arting? by Ahkward
So I guess it is more a fear of a reaction. As a child, one doesn't really have a fear of drawing. One doesn't worry about it. It is just there, you draw because it's super fun and you are proud to show people. However as you grow up you realize people judge you for it, or like my family, aren't initially supportive.
This is where the first round of artists lose to fear, or rather a large majority. You are told you can't be an artist, it isn't possible, so you quit right? Well if you are still hear, you evidently made it past that round! Good for you.
Second round, in school, nobody likes your art, or you just get too busy to draw with homework.