Digital art may only need a computer and software program but other products can make a digital artist’s life so much easier. I’ll show you seven products I think every digital artist should check out.
Don NOT sell NFT crypto art before reading this!
NFT’s are exciting but they are not without problems for artists. Whether you’ve sold NFT’s, have tried or are just getting into it, you should know about what problems might lay ahead.
I started a new Youtube Channel for digital artists in January 2021. I got almost no views until I started using VidIQ. 53 days later I had 1,000 subscribers and give most of the credit to the VidIQ tools.
My favorite place to get 3D material textures is Poliigon.com, a site founded by the Blender Guru himself, Andrew Price. I’ve used other sites but the quality, selection, price and ease of use with Poliigon assets always brings me back. I’m going to cover what’s available on Poliigon, what I like about it (plus one thing I don’t), the costs and a few other things that might help you decide whether or not to give it a try.
I used a render farm for the first time to reduce render times. In this article, I’ll share how it worked, the cost, the time savings and the final product.
Learning something as complicated as Blender can leave you frustrated at times. Blender has so much to learn, I doubt anyone knows the program entirely. If you’re new to Blender or experienced but find yourself frustrated learning something, here are seven tips to help push through… Tip #1: Learn (or Re-learn) the Basics Most peopleContinue reading “7 Tips if You’re Frustrated Learning Blender”
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