Review: Drawing Force

Review: Drawing Force

What is Drawing Force? Several years ago, Michael Mattesi--an animation and videogame industry veteran--published a book called Force: Dynamic Life Drawing for Animators.  It was the first in what ended up becoming a series that now includes books on character design,...

Review: Craftsy

Review: Craftsy

What is Craftsy? Craftsy is an online platform that delivers crafts based education, focusing on subjects like baking, quilting, knitting, paper craft, etc.  Courses generally range from $20 - $50 and are taken via an in-browser interface that allows users to access...

Review: Proko

Review: Proko

Who/What is Proko? Stan Prokopenko is a San Diego based artist and former student/teacher at the Watts Atelier. In 2012 he started posting short drawing tutorials on his Youtube channel that showed how to draw the head using a similar method to Andrew Loomis.  The...

The Ravenswood Atelier Experience

The Ravenswood Atelier Experience

After seeing her "Atelier Diary" videos on Youtube, I asked artist Jennifer Marie if she'd be interested in writing an article about her experiences as a student at Ravenswood Atelier.  Below are her thoughts on the subject. Make sure you like/subscribe/follow...

Review: Pencil Kings

Review: Pencil Kings

Before I subscribed to Pencil Kings I thought it wasn't much more than a tutorial site.  I first found out about it during the Nomad Art Satchel Kickstarter campaign where one of the reward tiers included a 1 month subscription to Pencil Kings. I hadn't heard of at...

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