Concept and visual development art are a powerful source of inspiration. Even when the final product is disappointing, the beauty and the excellent draftsmanship of these designs stays untouched.

Our visual library on Pinterest is a collection of model sheets, concept artworks, sketches and tutorials from established and promising artists working in animation, movies, games, illustration and comics. 

The visual library is by no mean intended to replace, substitute or offer in any way an alternative to a proper artistic education. Being introduced to the art fundamentals, getting familiar with the elements of art, studying the principles of design, rigorous observation, gesture drawing and daily practice are the real key for the development of the necessary skills to become an Artist. The goal of this library is to merely make available quick visual references for artists who are dealing with an art block or who are simply seeking for inspiration to boost their own creativity and imagination.

We also believe that studying the work of other artists can be an additional and useful tool to help you in the further development of the skills for your own artistic path. We hope that by observing how others have interpreted different subjects with their lines and colours, you will explore other shape languages that you may not think of, or be aware of.

The Boards

All the material collected in our Pinterest’s library is organised in 3 specific board's categories: 

  • ANATOMY BOARDS In these board we collect art tips to study and reference sheets, just in case you get stuck on a particular subject when you’re drawing, painting or sculpting. These boards are at the top of the library.
  • MOOD BOARDS These boards contains sketches, production art, illustrations and everything that can inspire you and that you can use to connect ideas and convey the emotion for your own project. These boards are placed in the middle of the library.
  • ART TUTORIAL BOARDS In these boards we collect tutorials and video-tutorials (from the principles of visual arts to specific topics). These boards are placed at the bottom of the library.