3 Youtube channels worth watching (I)
(part of "3 things worth sharing" post series)
In this post I decided to share some of my favourite Youtube channels related to Illustration:
Pete Beard’s Youtube Channel, where he rescues master illustrators from the dusts of time. For example, in Unsung heroes of Illustration 1 he unveils the works of artists Eugene Zimmerman (“Zim”), Harry Rountree, Willy Pogany and Arthur Szyk — I specially liked Zim and Rountree. As Pete points, it is a pity that such good illustrators are so poorly known… luckily there are people in the present who tries to preserve their memories.
Naoki Urasawa’s Youtube Channel, where one can admire one of Japan’s comic masters solving manga pages and sharing his insights on visual storytelling.
Lion Yanconsky Youtube Channel, where he explains beautifuly the art of watercolor, with plain language and clear focus. A good way to grab and understand the basics of watercolor.