Check out 6 channels on YouTube and Twitch that will bring you tons of knowledge and tricks in the production process.
YouTube and Twitch sometimes feel like endless encyclopedias, you can find anything you want or need on these platforms. If you’re interested in the CGI world as a hobby or you’re pursuing your dream job, you can definitely find sources that will help you gain more skills and level up the quality of your art.
To make it easier for you, we’ve gathered together a few YouTube and Twitch channels that are quite well-known in the community and can come in handy for any type of digital art creation. Check them out!
1.Travis Davids's YouTube Channel
3D artist Travis Davids creates educational content covering a wide range of topics in 3D art production. Whether you’re looking for detailed tutorials, quick guides, or software overviews, you can definitely find something that will be spot-on for you.
2. Michael Pavlovich's YouTube Channel
3. Sergei Panin's YouTube Channel
Sergei dives into the game development production process unveiling the insights into the production of game environments via live streams that he adds to his YouTube channel. He also has a course at Smirnov school which will definitely be worth your attention if you want to try a more structured approach to learning.
If you’re looking for some tips and tricks to pick up for your stylized workflow, then this channel will be an essential one for you. A handful of quick tutorials showcasing approach to stylized scenes, characters, and props using most common software.
5. Stylized Station
This source will be a perfect choice for beginners since it includes detailed breakdowns of stylized art recorded in several videos. The channel includes thorough walkthroughs of workflows in all types of tools and software as well as compilations of stunning works and tools updates.
Kalyson opens the world of Substance art. There is a great variety of techniques and tutorials of material creation in Substance Designer. You can find some important production tricks for stylized, realistic approaches, and all kinds of surfaces.