My name is
and I am a
Video Game Artist
I am sharing the most useful links I have found over the last few years on the internet.
I really hope that you will enjoy them as much as I have (and I still do).
There are absolutely no excuse to give up! You have all the things you need to get started and much more! Get drawing!
If you have any links you think should be on the list do not hesitate
to contact me: ElrArtist@Gmail.com and I will add it on the list.
And share, share, SHARE! Knowledge is for everyone.
- Links to tutorials
- Great advice and from one of my favorite artists.
- Paul Richard again giving useful information on thumbnailing.
- Fantastic tutorial ! Adam Duff just made my day.
- Great tutorial, really good stuff.
- Brilliant tool.
- DOWNLOAD Andrew Loomis books for FREE.
- Amazing art and photos, good for inspiration.
- Awesome blog about fantasy art and much much more.
- Another great source of knowledge.
- Drawing the human/animal body online.
- Super awesome video tutorials from Feng Zhu.
- Great site for the basics and much more.
- A goldmine!
- Fun article about the creating and decisions a russian mmorpg went through.
- Great video tutorial.
- Movie moments.
- Great animal reference
- Hundreds of Free Art E-Books
- Color Zones of the Face
- Great tutorial about lighting.
- More Art E-Books.
- Movie Moments.
- Body Language.
- Trailer archive.
- Brilliant reference pictures.
- Good of practicing.
- Inspiration gallery, mainly sculptures.
Ketkai Kotaki Tutorial
Daniel Dociu - Interview about the art in Guild Wars 2 and becoming a concept artist.
Amazing figure drawing reference!
- Old actors portrait gallery.
- Paul Felix notes
For those who look for internships:
These links are excellent resources; I’ve used many of them over the years. Thanks to Esben Rasmussen for throwing this list together!
http://www.anatomy4sculptors.com/?menu=10#body - Human Anatomy (particularly muscle structure)
Reblog and add your own references to this list.
Dudes telling me they’ve never personally noticed female artists getting less attention or being taken less seriously than male artists, so it must not be a real issue.
Or people saying they’ve never seen double standards/discrimination and concluding it is, therefore, not real. The world doesn’t revolve around your life, your problems, and the experiences of others are certainly not limited to your experiences. The world is bigger than you. It’s a big complex place and somethings may simply not effect you the way they effect others. That doesn’t make those issues nonexistent, petty, or irrelevant. Now sit down, shut up, and check your privilege.