In case you didn’t have the time to check out last week's scoops, here are the top three drawing references and resources from last week. Whether you’re a digital artist or a regular pen-to-paper type of artist, you’ll find these scoops very useful in your everyday drawings.
If you’re a regular Photoshop user, this shortcut guide is just what you need. You can print it out and stick it on your wall or save it your documents for quick reference. It’s also easy to understand and applies to both Windows and Mac keyboards. Learning these shortcuts will save you a lot of time and make you an effective Photoshop user.
Drawing Reference Images
This stunning collection of reference images is a great place to start when you’re starting a new art project. It contains pictures showing a diverse range of models and poses, and will help you learn how to draw different subjects. This collection is also a great resource for photographers who want to get new ideas about photo effects, photo composition, and how to capture emotion in pictures.
Drawing Facial Expressions
Speaking of emotion, this huge collection of facial expressions was another standout reference guide from last week’s scoops. The guide is amazingly detailed and is probably the only facial expression guide you’ll ever need. You can use this guide to add emotions to your portraits, cartoon drawings, and everything in between.
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