p/LearningToDraw is for people who of course, learning to draw. Weather it's characters, landscapes, digital art, traditional art, etc. All is welcomed!
Critiques on your/or others work is also welcomed.
-Just please be respectable to other people, don't be an asshole.
-ORIGINAL WORK ONLY!! Do not steal other peoples art and passing it as your own.
-Any content is allowed as long as it pertains to learning how to draw. Do not post your work as a way to brag, instead, post what you're trying to learn.
-No low effort critiques, please, don't just say "It's good" or "It's bad!" Weather or not the review of the work is negative or positive is not the point. The point is about the explanation of why you love/hate the work. Don't just praise or complain, raise advice and explain! You don't need an entire essay, just a explain a point. The point of this sub is help each other learn, and we can't do that if we don't help each other understand the problem(s).
-Don't brigade other people for having higher/lower experience than you!
For melancholic anime-artsyle pictures.
- Content needs to be emotionally (somewhat) melancholic and not just physically. Grotesque content is allowed provided it can provoke depressing emotions. Gore for the sole purpose of being disgusting, disturbing or shock value will not be allowed.
- No NSFW or gore. (exceptions listed above)
- Link to the source if possible. (use SauceNao if you're having trouble finding it.)
- No real-world politics.
- Follow the site wide rules.
If you can't tell already, this entire planet is a cope.
p/OriginalDrawings is for artists to share their work.
-Original work only! This is a planet dedicated to individual artists who want to show any drawing they did.
-Do not steal others work, and pass it as your own!
-This sub is dedicated to drawings only!
If you want any guides on drawing, you can join P/LearningToDraw found in the art galaxy.
For all things related to the hobby, profession, and art of photography. Share your photos, ask questions, share your technical knowledge, and help eachother grow as photographers. Whether youre shooting on an iPhone, a Hasselblad, or a 5D, this is the home for you.