The FZD school is the place to be for art in the entertainment industry, specializing in Concept Art and design, 3D art, Painting. The art that this place churns out is incredible. It does come with a hefty price-tag, but luckily they also offer fantastic free tutorials and paid online courses.
Much like FZD Level Up! focuses on digital concept design for the entertainment industry. If you’re interested in films, games or even just great paintings you’ll get a lot out of this. They also have a FaceBook page which has regular competitions, critique and advice sessions and if you become a regular (or not) fun art hangouts where you can talk to the guys. Check em out :)
6.Sycra Art Videos
Sycra Yasin has created one of my favourite art tutorial channels containing tips, speed painting, interviews with other influential artists, livestreams etc. The biggest benefit of this channel is Sycra’s simple layout and well organized playlists helping us to navigate to exactly what we want.
I came across Sinix whilst looking for tips on getting anatomy right, and found so much more! They have various art and design software advice from 3d to 2d. And naturally they offer informative tutorials on most art processes.
This one is great for inspiration especially when your feeling glum.
We all get to a stage where we struggle to keep at it, like we’re never gonna learn this - asking “am I just wasting my time” - “should I just give it up and go to a normal 9-5?”. We’ve all been there and probably will do again.
Luckily this channel interviews REAL people and the people you think are a success and always had it easy, it’s nice to see them talk about their struggles and offer solutions how to get past it and tutorials to help us push on.
Here is a video done by the wonderful Sycra ! In this video, he talks about the fundamentals of art and tips on how to go about studying and improving on them (as well as different types of artists and what areas they should focus on the most).
Check out our latest article by the youtube tutorial artist, Sycra Yasin. He goes in depth and shares his tips on how to help you draw more. You can read the full article and hear what he has to say HERE.
“This is a tutorial on how to add variety and asymmetry to poses in order to get away from the boring look that is present in a lot of people’s artwork. It’s a bit of an intermediate level tutorial as you need to know how to turn forms in 3D space, but it’s something to think about, even if you can’t yet see the images in your mind.”