Helpful or Neat Art Websites

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

  1. Willow

    Willow *honks la cucaracha horn*

    I recently discovered this site called Wysp: http://www.wysp.ws/

    What sets it apart from other art sites is that it has a practice function and a set of lessons you can draw from.
    It's still relatively new I believe
     
  2. QT Melon

    QT Melon AMF Member

  3. XoPachi

    XoPachi Active Member

    How did you find this? :0

    That's helpful as fuck.
     
  4. Arshes Nei

    Arshes Nei Masticates in Public

  5. XoPachi

    XoPachi Active Member

  6. azure-anomaly

    azure-anomaly New Member

  7. UnburntDaenerys

    UnburntDaenerys R'hllor Coaster

  8. Arshes Nei

    Arshes Nei Masticates in Public

  9. Smuttymutt

    Smuttymutt Member

  10. Landiekate

    Landiekate Hiss, hiss. c:

    Bless this thread.
     
  11. Ironsoup

    Ironsoup New Member

  12. PurryFurry

    PurryFurry Furry Artist

    It's not really a 'how to get better at art' site, but I just found this chick (Senshistock) on Deviant Art who has a huge collection of model poses for artists http://senshistock.deviantart.com/. Lots of dramatic poses too.
     
  13. DemonWolfHeart2015

    DemonWolfHeart2015 New Member

    I think FurAffinity, DeviantArt, and SoFurry are the best looking furry art site I've come across so far.
     
  14. Prism

    Prism hellooooo nurse

    I'm surprised some of these haven't been linked already, I'm sure plenty of people know about them and/or use them already, but just in case:


    LOTS of SAI Brushes: http://ptsbrushes.tumblr.com/
    Color Palettes - http://www.colourpod.com/
    Color Palettes - http://design-seeds.com/
    SPACE Color Palettes! - http://spacepalettes.tumblr.com/
    Color Palettes - http://pictureperfectpalettes.tumblr.com/



    Color Palette Maker - http://paletton.com/
    Color Palettes & Maker - http://www.colourlovers.com/
    Automatically Generate Palettes from Pictures - http://www.colorhunter.com/

    Free Stock Images http://www.freeimages.com/
    My ABSOLUTE favorite stock image website. You do need to sign up, but other than that it's completely free!

    Random Pictures of Animals! - http://www.animal-photos.org/shuffle/
    Great for gesture drawing and animal studies.

    Lots of Bird Pictures/Species - http://avise-birds.bio.uci.edu/index.html
    This is really awesome for color palettes, as well as just finding cool birds to draw. c:

    Free Grunge Textures - http://www.demilked.com/free-grunge-textures-backgrounds/
    Pretty sweet if you're like me and like to overlay textures on top of your images to give them that extra bit of tactility.

    Yoga Poses https://yoga.com/poses
    Website full of interesting and neat poses with good images that can be used for references!

    Randomized Generators for just about everything - http://www.springhole.net/writing_roleplaying_randomators/index.html
    This is extremely helpful if you just.. don't really know what to draw and what to be given an idea! It's not really meant for it, but that's what I like to use it for.

    Fractal-like drawing thing: http://weavesilk.com/
    I consider this pretty artistic. Sometimes it can really give you some interesting ideas with the semi-random shapes it makes.

    Hopefully that wasn't too spammy for you guys, and I hope the links help someone. c:
     
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  15. All#the#fuR

    All#the#fuR Everything changed when the Fire Nation killed God

    If you are going to get a tablet for drawing what should you get
     
  16. SodaBubbles

    SodaBubbles I will deliver the explosion

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  17. Hazelmere

    Hazelmere Needs more coffee.

  18. kdtrieuan

    kdtrieuan New Member

    Not contributing, but fookin' saved. had to email myself a copy of this thread.
     
  19. SevenArms

    SevenArms Member

    Hi! I want to share this youtube channels of these artist that where great inspiration and help to me:

    This is the channel of Lisa Clough, she's a wild life/surreal artist, she have great tips for traditional media and for establish an art carrer:
    www.youtube.com: Lachri Fine Art

    This is the channel of Aaron Blaise, a former Disney animator, he was the responsables of creating the Beast (from "The Beauty and the Beast") and the bears from "Brother Bear", he has great tips for character creation, animation, drawing fluidly, creature creaion, etc. I would love to take one of his courses one day :)
    www.youtube.com: The Art of Aaron Blaise

    This one is the channel of Bobby Chiu, he's an animator and concept artist and has great tips, videos to keep always improving your drawing and interviews with the professionals of the field:
    www.youtube.com: Bobby Chiu

    And this one is the channel of Leilani Joy, she works with acrilics and has more speed paint that tips, but her sparkly personality and optimism is really contagious:
    www.youtube.com: Leilani Joy

    I hope it helps! ^-^/
     
  20. Xinronyr

    Xinronyr New Member

  21. Zenoth

    Zenoth The average chipfox, doing chipfox stuff.

    This thread is awesome. Just got my hands on a tablet for the first time and these links are great ^^
     
  22. Tetrachroma

    Tetrachroma Cheers to the deers

    I feel like I'm missing out on something here. All I ever use are DeviantArt and Furry Nation.

    *Network. Furry Network. Why the hell did I say "nation"?
     
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  23. Os

    Os Pants suck.

  24. Alex K

    Alex K Guest

    If you want good art skills then all you gotta do is know how to draw a circle
     
  25. hyp1234

    hyp1234 New Member

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