Sept and Oct 2018 Roundup

I combined the roundup for September here as I've forgotten about that last month.

Books

  1. The Art of Makoto Shinkai's Your Name 新海誠監督作品 君の名は - 美術画集
  2. Portfolio: Expressive Painting: Tips and techniques for practical applications in watercolor, including color theory, color mixing, and understanding color relationships
  3. Illustration: What's the Point? by Mouni Feddag
  4. Sketching from the Imagination: Dark Arts
  5. Dungeons and Dragons Art and Arcana (Special Edition)
  6. The Sketch Encyclopedia: Over 1,000 drawing projects
  7. Kawaii Doodle Class: Sketching Super-Cute Tacos, Sushi, Clouds, Flowers, Monsters, Cosmetics, and More
  8. The Art of Brush Lettering: A Stroke-by-Stroke Guide to the Practice and Techniques of Creative Lettering and Calligraphy
  9. Marvelocity: The Marvel Comics Art of Alex Ross
  10. Marvel's Spider-Man: The Art of the Game
  11. Nuthin' But Mech 4
  12. Just for Fun: Perspective: More than 100 fun and simple step-by-step projects for learning the art of basic perspective
  13. Mastering the Art of Drawing & Painting the Human Figure: Anatomy, the Nude, Portraits & People
  14. Random Imaginations: A Collection of Illustrated Musings by Eddie Chau
  15. Mastering the Art of Watercolour: Mixing Paint by Wendy Jelbert & Ian Sidaway
  16. Paper Poetry: Creative Papercutting Projects
  17. The Big Book of the Blue by Yuval Zommer
  18. The Art of Map Illustration: A step-by-step artistic exploration of contemporary cartography and mapmaking
  19. Go Team Venture!: The Art and Making of The Venture Bros.
  20. Mastering Colored Pencil: An Essential Guide to Materials, Concepts, and Techniques for Learning to Draw in Color
  21. The Art of Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM
  22. OBEY: Supply & Demand - The Art of Shepard Fairey
  23. The Artist's Color Guide: WaterColor Understanding Palette, Pigments and Properties
  24. Drawing Perspective Methods for Artists: 85 Methods for Creating Spatial Illusion in Art
  25. The Painted Art Journal: 24 Projects for Creating Your Visual Narrative
  26. Brush Pen Illustration: More Than 200 Ideas for Drawing with Brush Pens
  27. Finish the Drawing by Jess Erskine Vol 2

Product reviews

  1. Veikk VK1560 Pen Display
  2. XP-PEN Artist 12 Pen Display
  3. Sap Green: New vs Old Formula
  4. Scriba, the squeezable stylus
  5. Veikk A50 Graphics Tablet
  6. Nila Colori watercolour swatches and first impression
  7. VectoTech Rapid External SSD
  8. Inkless Pen
  9. Microsoft Surface Go not the Value Option for Casual Digital Art
  10. De Atramentis Archive Ink
  11. Huawei Mediapad M5 Pro with M-Pen Stylus
  12. Surface Book 2 vs Macbook Pro (Artist Designer Review)
  13. Parblo Mast22 Pen Display
  14. How Waterproof is Noodlers Bulletproof Black Ink?
  15. These Watercolour Tubes Lasted Me Five Years
  16. New Gamboge: Old PY153 vs New PY97 & PY110
  17. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 vs Tab S3 for drawing
  18. My Most Frequently Used Colours in Watercolour

Youtube videos

  1. iPad Pro 2018 for digital art? Overkill or Rip-off?
  2. Nila Colori Watercolour First Impression
  3. I found a cheap horizontal tripod arm
  4. Art Q&A with Special Guest Tiffany (LIVE STREAM)
  5. Sketching Cars Again (Tutorial)
  6. Book Review: The Art of Map Illustration
  7. Artist Review: Wacom Bamboo Ink (Windows 10 Stylus)
  8. Taiching City mixed media sketch (timelapse)
  9. Cafe Sketching at The Social Space
  10. Fabriano Studio Watercolour Paper Review
  11. New Gamboge: New vs Old Formula
  12. Microsoft Surface Go Handwriting & Note Taking test
  13. Book Review: Random Imaginations by Eddie Chau
  14. Artist Review: Microsoft Surface Go (or No-Go?)
  15. Went to the harbour but sketched something else
  16. 7 Useful Items for Sketchers (re-upload)
  17. Review: Canson XL Watercolor Paper (300gsm)
  18. Quick Guide to Sketching with Pen, Ink and Watercolour
  19. Note Taking Handwriting with Samsung Tab S4
  20. Book Review: Brush Pen Illustration by Sho Ito
  21. Sketchbook Tour (Mar 2017 to Oct 2018) - starts 2:18
  22. See you at AsiaLink Sketchwalk 2019 (Taichung Day 4)
  23. Q & A on AsiaLink Sketchwalk Taichung 2018 (Day 3)
  24. The Most Prolific Sketchers at AsiaLink Sketchwalk Taichung 2018 (Day 2)
  25. 21 countries at the AsiaLink Sketchwalk Taichung 2018 (Day 1)
  26. First Place to Visit is the Art Shop (AsiaLink Sketchwalk Taichung 2018) - Day 0
  27. Sketching my packing list for AsiaLink SketchWalk Taichung
  28. What I've packed for the AsiaLink Sketchwalk in Taichung
  29. What I do with those review units?
  30. Review: XP-PEN Artist 12 Pen Display
  31. Book Review: Mastering the Art of Watercolour
  32. Hahnemuhle Watercolour Book Review
  33. These Watercolour Tubes Lasted Me Five Years
  34. Sketch of Cathedral of The Good Shepherd
  35. Artist Review: Huawei MediaPad M5 Pro with M-Pen Stylus
  36. How Waterproof is Noodlers Bulletproof Black Ink?
  37. Surface Book 2 vs Macbook Pro 2015 (Artist Designer Review)
  38. Book Review: The Painted Art Journal by Jeanne Oliver
  39. Watercolour Sketch With & Without Outlines (Tutorial)
  40. Review: Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil
  41. Cafe Sketching at Tiong Bahru Bakery (Chip Bee Gardens)
  42. Lemon Yellow + Blockx Red + Cobalt Blue (Limited Palette)
  43. XP-Pen Artist 12 Pen Display (Unboxing & First Impression)
  44. Book Review: GRAPHITE Vol 7 by 3D Total Publishing
  45. Review: Sennelier Aqua-Mini Watercolor Set
  46. Lenovo Active Pen 2 vs Pen 1
  47. Sketching at Pasir Panjang Power Station
  48. Neil Road Junction Timelapse Tutorial
  49. Artist Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 for Drawing
  50. Kim Jung Gi 2018 Sketch Collection (Book Review)
  51. Review: Veikk VK1560 Pen Display
  52. My Frequently Used Colours

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