There seems to be more activity in this subforum lately. Maybe it just feels like that as I’ve been paying attention, but at any rate there are a few people in here now that seem to be really motivated to improve their skills, which is great.
Anyway, I was thinking that whilst there is already a tutorial thread, it would also be good to have a “resources” thread, where we link to good sites or books for reference, inspiration, learning etc. Hopefully if enough people contribute then we can make this a really useful sticky thread for those new to the traditional forum.
Right, I’ll start the ball rolling:
Drawing/Anatomy Books on Google Scribd
Constructive Anatomy - George Bridgman
Art Discussion Sites/Forums:
CGTalk - In particular check out the Artistic Anatomy Subforum for great fine-arts related stuff.
HDFortress on Facebook (some good tutorials here)
The Society of Figurative arts
The Society of Figurative arts on Facebook
References For Study - Figure Drawing
Posemaniacs<-- This is a great one! They have some really fun tools, like the 30 second figure drawing app.
ConceptArt Reference + Inspiration Subforum
LIFE Photo Archive
Dark Roasted Blend
We make money not art
Gorilla Artfare (warning, often NSFW)
Old Anatomy Drawings (warning, some NSFLunch depending on your constitution)
Right, so what have you got? Remember, anything that isn’t a tutorial is fair game.