Best Digital Art Blogs You Must Follow in 2019

Inspiration is the driving force for every artist. An artist can derive inspiration from the simplest of objects around him. Whether it is for inspiration or to know the latest trends in digital art, a blog is the best platform for every artist. There are a few artists out there who are quite good at blogging and there are a handful of sites which are the best when it comes to blogging. If you are an artist who wants to start blogging here's a list of best digital art blogs you must follow for inspiration. 

1. Janice Tanton 

She is an entrepreneur as well as award-winning artist and her works have brought her worldwide recognition. Janice is someone who is open to learning new things. She works with contemporary themes and uses oils for her artworks. Her blog contains her artworks, her thoughts on being an artist and has expressed herself throughout her blog. If you are looking for inspiration check out her blog.

2. Hugh Mcleod

Hugh MacLeod is the Artistic Director at Every single person at gapingvoid holds the same vision, to change the world with art. For more than twenty years all his drawings were on life and business. He strongly believes that art can truly change businesses. Many of his works have secured a place in some of the largest companies in the world. Apart from his artworks his blog also contains podcasts and his view of how art can bring about changes in the world.

3. Aaron Hockley

A passionate photographer who uses his photographs to tell stories. He has been a professional photographer since 2008 and works with businesses, and individuals to provide photographs in different genres. His blogs contain photographs of high-tech conferences, fundraising parties, and many other subjects.

4. Austin Kleon

He is a writer, a writer who also loves to draw. This best selling author of the illustrated series, 'Steal Like An Artist, Newspaper Blackout, and Show Your Work! ' makes art with words. His works are so influential that it has been translated into more than twenty languages. He speaks about creativity on platforms such as Google, Pixar, TEDx, and many more. If you are really interested in knowing how he makes books with pictures, then do check out his blog for some really good inspiration.

5. Amy NG

Based in Malaysia, Amy is a writer, illustrator, and a blogger. Her site Pikaland offers creative ideas, online workshop for artists and illustrators, business guidance. She also works as an adjunct lecturer in a local art and design college in Malaysia, where she inspires her students through talks on creativity and illustration. Pikaland is a place where Amy experiments with her ideas and shares to her readers what she has picked up her way.

6. Lucy Chen

Lucy Chen is an artist who has experienced the healing power of art herself. She once faced with depression and she found solace in art. She believes that art has a purpose and the purpose of her art is to connect with the beauty as well as well-being in the world. As a teacher, her art courses will help you reconnect with the beauty and love of your soul. It also helps you in developing and improving your technical skills.

7. Michael Nobbs

Diagnosed with ME/CFS, there was only so much that Michael could do on a daily basis. Being an artist that never kept him away from what he wanted to do. He accepted his limitation and worked with what he had to build up a successful career as a creative artist. His blog contains his artworks, podcasts, courses, books, and an online forum. He has also built a community to encourage people to draw daily and make a habit out of it. Beyond any doubt, you will be greatly inspired by this person and his blog, so do pay a visit on his site.

Now you know which are the best digital art blogs you should follow to be inspired. The life and the works of the bloggers will surely inspire your art as well as your blogs. As an artist, if you are hesitant about starting your own blog, it is high time that you come past it and get right on blogging. Blogging is a great way to connect with a global audience and you don't want to miss out on it if you want to make your art known to the world.



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Jhon Martin

Jhon Martin

Nice blog. It will surely help beginners update their knowledge. The efforts you have put in to create the posts are quite interesting. Looking forward to seeing you soon in a new post.
However, new artists may feel that they are at a loss when confronted with a wide variety of graphic drawing tablets available these days.

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