What would you say to those who are stuck in a rut when it comes to art/creativity/etc? Any words of wisdom?:D
Draw, draw, draw! Always draw, never stop. If you can’t think of anything to draw, draw from life. Other people, plants, objects.
You’ll also get inspiration from looking at works from artists you love/really enjoy. Or just artwork that gets you inspired.
It’s really a matter of you having the will to push through the slump. Or just beat the living shit out of it.
#Commissions are OPEN
Yes! Commissions are open. You can find information pertaining to commissions by clicking this link or, for future reference, by going to my blog and clicking on “Commission Info” at the top of the page (as seen below.) There you will also find examples.
Due to there also being school that I need to focus on, the choices are currently limited to things that don’t take forever to complete.
Some information about why I’m opening for commissions:
I’m hoping to save up enough money through this to be able to go see my boyfriend over the summer in roughly 1.5 months. This will be my only source of income, for now, since I can’t possibly take up a job and then tell them I want off in a month for two months. But I wont give up the hope that I’ll scrape together enough money to be able to go.
It would be a big help if you could spread this around.
Thank you for giving me your attention and have a nice day!
Also I should probably mention, for those who will be helping me, this is not going to be a video glitch itself, it’s going to be a recreation thereof on a image, which will be printed. I hope this helps you guys when you’re helping me.
Thank you so much in advance for your help! You have no idea how much of a relief it’ll be to get this thing off the ground.
(Apologies for the late replies to those asks, I had to run to class.)
Hex-editing of a PNG file usually helps. Gives the glitch, while keeping the "bones" in place. If you need more in-depth of the hex-editing procedure, I think postmoderncorruption answered an ask regarding using Hexecutor.
Thank you! I’ll have a look into it and see if that helps me out any. Cx
Can you be a little more specific as to what the "shearing" effect your look for is?
Well, I was thinking along the lines of an RGB/CMYK color shearing (maybe in with normal image shearing) or some grain/artifacting. To give somewhat of an idea, here’s a vid I found (between roughly 34 and 41 seconds): http://youtu.be/XPhwzzMXzt0?t=34s
But not to such a drastic degree as in the video, of course. Like I said, I would like everything to still be recognizable.
FInding good examples is a little difficult. I know they sometimes use the same glitching effects in movies where the title or logo kind of glitches/shears before going dark. Just to give an idea of what I’m talking about?
Question for Glitch artists
#searching for advice or tips
I need some tips or advice. I’m currently working on a project for class. I need to design a CD cover, sleeves and booklet and all that jazz, and I want to create a sort of glitching/shearing effect like those seen in “glitched” videos, but in such a way that the logo is still recognizable.
What would be the best way to do that? I’ve been trying to dabble with databending, but it’s not really creating the effect I want, since it corrupts the image too much.
So I’m turning to you guys, here on Tumblr, for advice.
benanderson89 said: Question: Why are you calling it binary? :B
Because I’m using the binary tool in SAI for these. I guess you could also call it pixel art, but I consider pixel art something else entirely. x3;