Up until now, I’ve been reviewing books that where written quite a ways back. Mostly because books written around the 40s and 50s, when illustration was king, are some of the best academic drawing books to get.
However, things are changing. Especially since concept art, animation and other drawing disciplines have made more academic art a viable income source.
This means that academic draftsmanship knowledge has become important again. New books are being written about it in a more contemporary way.
In this video, I talk about one of two contemporary figure drawing books I highly recommend:
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My job is storyboarding yet I’ve never really made a video talking about how to storyboard. There was a comment on left one of my Youtube videos that asked me to talk about it.
Without that comment, I probably wouldn’t have thought to do it.
During my down time on the Metro going home from work, I started creating some Sketchnotes concerning what I know about storyboarding. I’m thinking, once I’ve done a few of these, I’ll compile them into a pdf and give it away.
Anyway, here’s the first video I made on what I know about storyboarding: