Join to Watch
This episode is exclusive to Bluprint members
Sketching for Concept Art
Sketching for Concept Art
Donald Yatomi
Create compelling characters and environments that come alive in comics, video games, movies and more.
Curiously Similar
Make figure sketching fun and fulfilling! Use loose, gestural techniques to quickly draw figures that are brimming with life.
Suhita Shirodkar
with Suhita Shirodkar
Conquer the complexities of figure drawing with the indispensable system of line, shape and form used by da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo!
Roberto Osti
with Roberto Osti
Learn fun, simple techniques for sketching people in motion. Capture the action and magic of the moment!
Marc Taro Holmes
with Marc Taro Holmes
Related Reading
Old-world hand crafting comes naturally to Anna Warren and Sarah Kirkham, whose brand, Tactile Craftworks, is known for gorgeously embossed and tooled leather pieces. But you might be surprised to learn that digital technology is essential to everything they do and make. Working with the Dremel DigiLab digital laser-cutting tool, the pair has found a sweet spot between handcraft and high-tech — and built a successful business in the process.
by Bluprint
Do you have old T-shirts you never wear lying around your house? Us, too. We’re constantly looking for new ideas on how to revamp these fabrics, and what better way to make something old look prettier than by adding butterflies? This project is perfect for you and your kiddo, too!
by Bluprint
Are you a creativity weekend warrior? Instead of drawing or painting once a week, what if you did it every single day? Artists who've made it through 30, 100, or even 1000 days of continuous practice swear by this approach. You're probably rolling your eyes right this very minute, wondering how you could possibly squeeze in one more thing with your crazy life. Fair enough. But let's start with the why:
by Elaine Lipson
Now Reading
Sketching for Concept Art