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Best resources that artists can share with their watchers are... (In your opinion, obviously) 

26%
199 deviants said I'm fine with everything
25%
187 deviants said Written and visual tutorials
18%
134 deviants said Pose/anatomical references
17%
131 deviants said Video tutorials
7%
54 deviants said Their brushes
2%
16 deviants said Step by Step GIFs
2%
13 deviants said Lines to color
2%
12 deviants said Ebooks
1%
11 deviants said I just have enough of artists sharing their resources...
1%
6 deviants said Other... [comment]

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:iconnyan-puu:
NYAN-puu Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2014   General Artist
I find that the most informative tutorials are the ones where the artist voices their thoughts as they're drawing a piece. 
Like if they wanted to get a certain pose or the right colors?
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Dark-SpectrumDS Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm fine with everything. Even if it's a little contribution it will help wonders. I also agree with the others about how much an artist is willing to share. It all adds up when you get a bunch of resources from a bunch of different artists that you would like to study in the end. :nod:
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RikkuFukaimori Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Personally I find anatomical references to be the most useful that is listed here (and is what i put in the poll), as sometimes it's hard to find references for a pose you may want to do. Brushes tend to be useless to me since I don't use the same art programs most people do. I find tutorials on things like how they may have done a flame or anything else like that to be the most useful though, but specifically tutorials on things like that (or backgrounds).
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Berserk-Cyborg-Panda Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014
also textures, those come in handy
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creativebarbwire Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
since multiple choice were not available:
Ebooks
Pose/anatomical references
Written and visual tutorials
:tighthug:
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:iconelephantwendigo:
ElephantWendigo Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I love Ebooks too!! And pose refs <333
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:icondelew:
Delew Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ok, io ho messo video tutorial, ma preferisco di gran lunga quelli scritti, li reputo più "comodi" da maneggiare, al limite ritengo utile anche fare un tutorial scritto e nella descrizione mettere un link al video dove si mostra il processo, anche per evitare di dimenticarsi di dire qualcosa sul tutorial scritto. La cosa che invece reputo meno utile (secondo me, ovvio) sono i pennelli, perchè anche in quel caso o s spiega bene come usarli oppure non è detto che il risultato sia quello sperato (poi dipende anche dal tipo di pennello, ovvio)
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:iconelephantwendigo:
ElephantWendigo Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Io trovo più utili i pennelli. Però concordo sui tutorial scritti piuttosto che sui video. Si capisce subito cosa offrono.
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Delew Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oddio i pennelli io li uso, ma solo quelli più particolari tipo per fare il fumo o per le piante o per qualche luce particolare, e ammetto che mi sono fatta io stessa una "palette" di pennelli (non so come definirlo XD) che uso sempre. ma se dovessi scegliere tra pennelli e tutorial... w i tutorial :la:!
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ShiaRey Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I found some artist who are willing to share/sell away some of their .psd files which can give other artist a preview on how they do their work. I find this very helpful. Brushes don't really do much for one unless you know how to draw. 
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