Along with Drawabox work, our community members also post other artwork to their sketchbooks.

  • IHaveNoCreativityWhenItComesToUsernames's Sketchbook: Lesson 3 - Demos

  • Dotti's Sketchbook: Trees excersize

  • DrawingDad11's Sketchbook: "Y Progress"

  • Pettarderad's Sketchbook: The Wither

  • QriousK's Sketchbook: Senshi Expression WIP

  • moonpie0679's Sketchbook: Some artwork.

  • moto42's Sketchbook: Flamingo watercolor

  • thelollypop's Sketchbook: 50% rule drawing of a laptop

  • DF12678's Sketchbook: Drawbox - first 100 boxes

  • Domdrawsit's Sketchbook: Working My brain By Drawing Exaggerated poses

  • Karabid's Sketchbook: Smash yo

  • HuynhMinhChi's Sketchbook: Just draw

  • EpainDedRick's Sketchbook: Girl & Her cats

  • Morsrael's Sketchbook: I should definitely learn how to draw bones properly.

  • Omertoso's Sketchbook: 50%, Part 4: End of an era

  • RebbyLee's Sketchbook: Lesson 1 - Homework

  • Feldspar's Sketchbook: 50% rule #2:Emblem

  • DarinaLahima's Sketchbook: 1 filled page of the Worse Table of Eclipses exercise

  • MeaPr0's Sketchbook: Yuu & Touko (from Bloom into you)

  • SuchARiq's Sketchbook: Some of my drawings from the last year/months

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Color and Light by James Gurney

Color and Light by James Gurney

Some of you may remember James Gurney's breathtaking work in the Dinotopia series. This is easily my favourite book on the topic of colour and light, and comes highly recommended by any artist worth their salt. While it speaks from the perspective of a traditional painter, the information in this book is invaluable for work in any medium.

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