i agree with u Joosh!! :cat_whyyou:
Originally Posted by Joosh
thats why i wanna argue everytime ppl say that
Manga = moe or has shonen jump-like battle...
my favorite is the style of Shigeru Sugiura, Mitsuteru Yokoyama
or other classic manga artists, cause they're
more energetic and expressive than
(MOST OF, not all) current day's main stream ones that make
fangirls or fanboys scream :cat_sigh:
I hate when people draw fanart of characters and they make them really fat.
Can we be friend and do a lawful organization about all this =3?
Originally Posted by saboten55
YEAH I'M ON IT!!! :ascii_gambate:
Originally Posted by ClockHand
Anti moe thread done. Our organization needs support now.
@CypressDahlia: Fat fan-art really creeps me out...either that, or they make them waaay to skinny...
I like realism...but...sometimes i just gets too creepy...especially when mixed with the manga style..but that's just me ^^;;
I dun like horror art or anything that has to do with Horrifying looks =_=
I get like that..sometimes.... >.> only sometimes
Originally Posted by chappy888
I agree with what Cypress says abour abstract art, but my particular beef is whith sculpture or 'object placement' abstract art, such as using ones bedroom as it is normally is put it in a gallerly and calling it 'art.' Where there is no evidence of actuall effort or a display of technical skill.
Edit: I just had a thought, in bashing 'mainstream' manga are we not being just like the hipsters whom we critisize as posers; who in turn, turn there noses up at 'the mainstream.' To say something is not 'good' (qualatively) because lots of people like it seems counter productive.
That kind of abstract art, is art by space not art by itself. It's actually something to discuss (specially if you like industrial design and architecture), but as I see, if your piece of art have a value by the space where it's placed, then it's not art per se. But also as a spectator you must be aware that some times the piece of art can take the space and make it art for itself, which mean that it was art, and it made the space "an art form", this happens constantly with architecture and industrial design.
Dunno, taking a cup and putting it in a museum is retarded, but making a abstract sculpture in a fountain, with a literacy of movement resembling the water, it can create a "space of art" by itself and be art.
Also as uncle Federico said (my avatar), any piece of art on the street is well appreciated.