These are some portfolio sites, art blogs and other random web things I've picked up on my forays for inspiration.
ILLUSTRATION & ANIMATION - Websites
Gabriella Rose - watercolour illustration, fairytale style
drawgabbydraw.tumblr.com | gabsportfolio.tumblr.com
Michael Spooner - Disney concept artist
Rebecca Guay - watercolour fantasy illustration, workshops
Ian Sidaway - watercolour travel illustration
Carol Gillott - Paris Breakfasts
One of my absolute favourite illustration blogs; looking through it is the definition of living vicariously.
Achraf Amiri - fashion illustration, black comedy, grotesqueries
Traffic Creative Management, NYC - illustration agency
Favourite artists: Anja Kroencke | Daniel Egneus | Maren Esdar | Colonel Moutarde | Rikke Jorgensen
Urban Sketchers - a collective of artists in various cities around the world.
Inkbramble - fashion illustration & culture blog
Cartoon Brew - major animation blog; trunkline resource of the industry.
Zelda Devon - Fantasy/SF illustration
Some Stuff ('You learn to draw by drawing', and other wisdoms)
Today's Inspiration - vintage illustration and illustrators
Female Illustrators of the Mid-20th Century - what it says on the tin. Art and bios of some brilliant unsung talents from the 'Golden Age' of advertising.
Illustration Art - my favourite resource for classic illustrators.
Katherine Tyrell - Travel sketching, techniques and materials.
The Blackwing Diaries - animation blog: concepts, design, and other artists
Art of the State - London art blog
Ulla Norup Milbrath - 3D illustration, masks, textiles and mixed media
Roz Stendahl - journaling, art and craft tutorials
Teesha Moore - altered books, collage, stamp art and other mixed media
Wendy Hale Davis - bookbinding, calligraphy, art journals
Ana_Lee on Livejournal is one of the best sources of inspiration for fashion illustration anywhere. Legendary photo shoots, famous photographers, vintage from all eras, and amazing illustrators, all showcased simply but gloriously.
James Gurney - Read the blog of the master who created Dinotopia and learn a ton about illustration from the ground up.
Art Analysis - Contemporary and classic illustrations dissected for study.
PHEW. Well, that should do for now. Hope you find some inspiration here too!