I have a bunch of digital art that I like, and I keep seeing references to the artwork on Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.
Some of it is funny and some of it I’m just fascinated by.
When I see someone else’s art reference to a painting I’m not sure I can spot it.
So I’ve been trying to figure out what’s going on with my own art, to figure it out and to figure what I can share about it.
The next step is to do a Google search for an art book or book that relates to my own artwork, and then see what kind of art books people are referring to.
I don’t always find it easy to find art reference books that are focused on my art.
It’s hard to get into a field that’s so niche.
If you’re looking for reference books to learn about digital art or digital painting, you can probably find them.
But if you’re like me, you probably just want to browse the shelves and get your hands on one.
But for me, the best reference books for digital art and digital painting are curated by my friends and the amazing art experts at Art Reference.
I’m going to cover some of their books below and recommend a few of them.
The Art Reference Book by Lisa McLeod The Art Reference book is an online resource that’s curated by the art experts and art fans at ArtReference.
It offers reference books focused on digital art, digital painting and more.
The ArtReference is an important resource for digital artists because they have access to a large number of digital paintings that are on display in the exhibition room.
Lisa McLean has curated the book with art expert, artist and curator Susan Shiffman, who has curated other Art Reference books over the years.
ArtReference by Lisa McIntyre The Fine Art and Digital Art book is another great resource for learning about digital painting.
It is curated by artist and artist educator and director of education at the Art Reference Society, Jennifer Korn.
The Fine Art book has an online version as well as a hard copy version that is also available on Amazon.
It is also one of the few book titles that includes a list of digital painting books and art books that relate to it.
I really like this book.
It lists over 50 art books, as well artworks, and their artists that are curated in the art book.
Digital Art Books by ArtReference The Digital Art books are curated to include a variety of different types of digital artwork.
It includes reference books about digital paintings, digital art books on digital painting technology, digital paintings by professional artists and more, and it also has reference books and related resources about art photography and other digital art.
I’ve also picked up a few reference books on Photoshop and Illustrator, which are also great for getting started with digital painting techniques.
Pixable is a curated list of reference books in digital art book format that covers digital painting as well.
The Pixable book has been curated by photographer and photographer educator and artist Sarah Breslow, and she has curated over 70 of the reference books.
All of the books on Pixable have been curated for accessibility.
They have a checklist of guidelines for how to use the book and for what content they cover.
There are also some book reviews on Pixability that I think are helpful.
There’s also a page on Pixables book about a reference book for digital painting that’s also great if you want to get up to speed on digital digital painting technique and to learn more about the art history behind it.
If you’re interested in more art reference materials, you should definitely check out the ArtReference Art and digital Painting Resources.
You can also check out their digital painting guide.