Saturday, March 22, 2014

Tutorials

Something I want to do when I graduate is spend a lot of time building my drawing and painting skills. As that is my overall focus and selling point, I want to be sure that I learn the same theory and techniques as those professionals I look up to. Luckily, there are resources out there which mean I can learn from the professionals I look up to.

Noah Bradley, a renowned artist and illustrator, wrote here on how you can spend $10k - the cost of an art school education in the USA - on a focussed, more quality art education from a variety of online and book sources. I'll copy them below. While I may not be able to afford some of these straight away, if I find a job which supports my living and allows me time to develop my art as a hobby, I'm sure I'd be able to fund some of these.

The $10k Ultimate Art Education

Some other resources I've found and am interested in using: (no doubt this list is subject to change)

Chris Oatley's 'The Magic Box' - http://chrisoatley.com/digital-painting-in-photoshop/

Digital Tutors - http://www.digitaltutors.com/11/index.php

Will Terry's courses - http://willterry.com/store.php

Noah Bradley's Art Camp - http://artcamp.com/
and his Art of Freelancing - http://www.theartoffreelancing.com/

CG Master Academy (this one is much more expensive but to consider when I have a good income) http://2d.cgmasteracademy.com/character-design-for-animation.html

Skillshare - http://www.skillshare.com/classes/design

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