Art workshops list

SakrSakr Member Posts: 151 Capable
Since there isn't one already, I'm listing here workshops that I found interesting and helpful in learning more about drawing. Feel free to post your own as well!

ImagineFx: (The files listed have the support files as well so you can paint alongside with the workshop. Really helps with developing your own art skills), they have a monthly magazine for fantasy art.

This one is about making a monster by using a photo by Dave Rapoza. His website is

This one is about painting a Kraken by Bart Tiongson 

This one is about learning how to paint in a Frank Frazeta style. 

I'm working on a piece now, and when I'm done I'll show how I did it step by step with gimp.


  • FaniaFania Member Posts: 34 Apprentice
    edited December 2012
    These are shorter tutorials that I really like:

    Concept Art has a lot of great tutorials but I really learned a lot from this one:

    One of my favourite sites with tutorials for illustration

    This is a great website that gives you posed figures to draw from (sans-skin)   (website is down now, but hopefully up soon!

    I have more, too, but I'll have to remember them first!
  • LillieLillie Member Posts: 276 Gifted
    That watercolor one blew my mind. I've always been more of a writer, except for an "I can draw!" phase in high school in which lots of weeaboo stuff was churned out. Ugh.

    Seeing some of these tutorials is really making my "draw something" itch act up though.
    The Necromentate's mind opens to you, and a grotesque, demonic figure appears in your mind's eye, screaming in torment:

    You shock a platinum-coloured geomycus with tales of terror bestowed on villages who don't follow Magnagora.
    A platinum-coloured geomycus slaps her knee and declares that, by the gods, Ptoma Hive should follow the Grand Empire of Magnagora after all!
    Shouts rise up from Ptoma Hive, as its denizens loudly pledge themselves to the Grand Empire of Magnagora.

  • MajanishiMajanishi Member Posts: 152 Apprentice
    Mine too Lillie..

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