Helpful or Neat Art Websites

Discussion in 'Art and Illustration' started by DirtD, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. DirtD

    DirtD New Member

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  2. Tiamat

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  3. Schwimmwagen

    Schwimmwagen Active Member

    After posting here I've been shown Ctrl + Paint which is helpful as shit.

    It's a lovely site and everyone should go there.
  4. Taralack

    Taralack Hit 'em right between the eyes

  5. Arshes Nei

    Arshes Nei Masticates in Public - List of various artbooks reviewed with lots of pics - List of Dreamworks Animators - List of Pixar Animators - Collective illustration blog with lots of helpful advice as an artist - Kim Jung Gi, fantastic illustrator See his youtube below
    [yt]LGjGhU2o7sQ[/yt] - Daarken's Art Blog tons of useful tutorials - Tom Scholes, great art and art vids - Great site for figure drawing - Great Art site, waiting to get their Art Books they posted on Kickstarter - Incredible way of viewing old paintings in high res - Incredible Figure Drawings done by Russian Students (NSFW Nudity) - handy art blog about drawing - Very good artist and great youtube tutorials. "Stan Proko" - Cheap Magazines - specially if Imagine FX is too expensive. - lots of tutorials and awesome - Another Gesture drawing tool - Awesome artist and animator. his other site ConteAnimated is worth a look too
  6. Sulfide

    Sulfide Resident Treadhead

    Not contributing, but fookin' saved. had to email myself a copy of this thread.
  7. Arshes Nei

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    Thought I'd add this link about one artist in particular. - Francis Tsai

    He is an illustrator diagnosed with ALS - Lou Gerhrig's disease.
    When he could no longer use his hands, he was using his toes to draw. When he could no longer draw with his toes, he's still drawing using eye tracking technology.

    Store to help support him here:

    You can also read this article on Kotaku
  8. Tigercougar

    Tigercougar Member

    Do podcasts count? Search 'bobby chiu' on youtube to find a ton of pro artist interviews. Real inspiring to listen to while you work on art.
  9. Cross

    Cross New Member

    Great thread. Thanks for sharing everyone!

    One of my favorite artists is Matei Apostolescu
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  12. UnburntDaenerys

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  13. Arshes Nei

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    Psst, some of the links you posted are already posted.
  14. UnburntDaenerys

    UnburntDaenerys R'hllor Coaster

    thanks! I thought I caught them all, guess I missed some.
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  16. Arshes Nei

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    Freshdesigner has some great tips. What I usually like about his site is he's apparently one of the few that still uses a lot of the Reilly Method (which has been a very interesting approach to art)

    I am linking this particular part of his blog, but I encourage seeing all of it and his youtube channel. The reason I'm linking this part is he is showing how much he was improving by painting observational studies.

    Not found by me but Tiamat showed me the link NSFW classic style nude paintings. Very nice -
  17. Misstoxin

    Misstoxin New Member

  18. Arshes Nei

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    The Loomis Books are for sale legally. Do not post the pirated versions. No more warnings.
  19. QT Melon

    QT Melon AMF Member


    I thought these sites were interesting since I got into a discussion with friends the other day about a very overused color scheme known as the "Hollywood Palette"

    These sites broke down color schemes in cinematography

    This one talks about movie trends but also shows the dreaded Hollywood Palette

    I find them useful to see how even in film you design color schemes for composition and mood.

    I also had visited a site that broke down the color schemes for entire films which was fascinating. I'll post more if there are people interested. I personally love it since it helps me think about composition and design in illustrations.
  20. Harpsichord

    Harpsichord Pacman Portmeanteau

  21. CordeliaCroc

    CordeliaCroc New Member

    I know the "Concept Art" portion of this particular website has already been posted, but I think it's worth it to mention that CG Cookie offers tutorials for a variety of 3D programs as well. My favorite happens to be BlenderCookie, Blender being a completely 100% free 3D modeling/sculpting/animation program. I think it's definitely worth looking into if you want to dabble in 3D art without having to spend money on expensive programs. (for the program)
  22. Taralack

    Taralack Hit 'em right between the eyes

    On that note, Sculptris is a great 3d sculpting program made by Pixologic, who are none other than the same company who created zbrush.
  23. QT Melon

    QT Melon AMF Member

    I found out that Noah Bradley had released his first week of Art Camp.

    He spoke about Master Studies/Copies. I learned a lot from doing one.


    The one I did

  24. Arshes Nei

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