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Old 11-04-2012, 03:56 AM   #136
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Proko is an excellent site with figure drawing tutorial videos. I haven't tried the premium version, but the stuff that's available free is a great way for beginners to learn, or to help more experienced artists correct their sloppy habits. It's geared towards life drawing but contains information that should be helpful to anyone who draws figures.
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Gurney Journey is a daily blog by Dinotopia artist James Gurney. He covers lots of art-related topics, and includes lots of gems you might not run across otherwise. I especially like his information about nineteenth-century academic artists - the "bad guys" in the modernism-worshiping art history I was taught - who brought representational art to perhaps its highest peak.
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Krenz Cushart, Taiwanese Manga and Video game artist, over 200 sketches download with references, anatomy, composition and ton of WIP for free.
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Innovative techniques for perspective and scale

This can be a bit confusing to navigate due to it being in french, but has some amazing solutions that I've never seen anywhere else. Also, it is re-posted from twitter which I don't have on this machine, that probably doesn't help.

It works best if you can get to the 'slide-viewer' for each bit.

Highly recommended!!

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Thumbs up The Process

My Youtube Channel THE PROCESS is just this sort of thing.



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These characters are from a graphic novel that I'm KICKSTARTING until December 29th.

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