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Watch some Kim Jung Gi sketch demos:
You can check out some watercolour books here:
If you're a beginner, maybe try this book
The Complete Watercolour Course:...
I also suggest going for cheaper stuff. Cheap but good stuff.
I use the Pilot V7 & V5 Techpoint but replaced the ink with waterproof ink so that I can apply washes. They are technical pens which...
Kim Jung-Gi's 2013 sketchbook is out. And it's a blast.
See more pictures at
Some of the anatomy books reviewed with pictures:
Here's another one of his insane videos.
You should create your own characters to sell.
I've seen many people do that successfully.
More importantly in the long run they make a name for themselves.
I recommend Botany for the Artist as well. Here's a page example.
DK Books should have thick reference books on plants and forests.
I like most of his movies.
Most photography books teach the same thing. Just find one with good reviews and there shouldn't be an issue.
You mentioned taking photos of your art. Is that the purpose of your photography?
I recommend the book Framed Ink.
It covers character based composition in a variety of situations.
You guys might want to actually look inside the book before buying or pre-ordering.
I've briefly flipped through it and it quite similar to Dawn: The Worlds of Final Fantasy artbook, except much...
Mastering Composition: Techniques and Principles to Dramatically Improve Your Painting
You can get lots of reference from those First Person Shooter game art.
Why not just get a simple fountain pen and load some sepia ink?
There are more videos I made in 2011 in this link below:
You'll notice some recurring cast.
I was sketching as well. I shot some videos while waiting for my watercolour to dry or when I lost concentration.
Some of my sketches
It's a video I made of my holiday/sketching trip in Penang George Town, Malaysia.
Video on Vimeo.com
It's quite a big group of people.
Just posting here to share with everyone.
There's also Sketching: The Basics, which is the sequel to Sketching: Drawing Techniques for Product Designers mentioned above.
If you're going to create an art social network, at least make it helpful to someone.
If you're just practising values with gray, I would recommend pencils or my favourite Graphitone ($2). Or if you're getting a watercolour set, also get a half pan/tube of Payne's gray for practicing....
Try this one, it's quite good.
Lucha Libre, Vol. 1
Hey guys, I just received note from his assistant that the Youtube video above is just a small segment of the whole video.
Here's the whole video. 75 minutes long.
Once in a while, there comes a book so good I have to share it here.
These are from Kim Jung-Gi
The review with more pictures are on my blog....