Will Terry - Partner in SVS online school, children’s book illustrator, and YouTube Creator. Will’s channel is filled with specific information that will help you be a better illustrator. It is inspirational and he collaborates with Jake Parker every once in awhile, too. There is a great series if you wanted to know what it takes to be an artist at a comic con. Check that out here. How much did the table cost? He tells you. How much did each print cost? .20 each… Somewhere in that range anyways, when you get 21,000 prints! Yeah, don’t quote me on that either but you get the point… He reveals ALL!
Will Terrell - Illustrator, YouTube Creator, and NOW animator. Will Terrell, not to be confused with Will Terry. He has an awesome channel that really hits a key in your heart. He reveals all of his insecurities to the viewer and is pretty much as real as it gets. I love his contagious personality (and laugh). Watching him struggle onto his path towards an animation career in Burbank, CA, is a truly inspiring and riveting story. Here is one of my favorite People Sketching videos of his. His "People Sketches" are just plain crazy good.
Baylee Jae- Animator, Illustrator, and Youtube Creator. If you want to know what it takes to become a successful YouTube artist, this is the channel to check out. I’ve picked up a number of tips and tricks since subscribing to her channel. She has a nice system for shipping out prints and knows where to get the cheapest shipping materials. She also has an interesting Vlog channel if you want to know what it's like NOT to have a 9-5! Check that out here. (ULINE to name one place. They have clear bags for prints, shipping tubes and boxes, chipboard for backing the prints, etc.)
Roberto Blake- Graphic Designer, Marketer and Entrepreneur. Are you looking for technical details, specs on computers and accessories to help your digital world? This is the place to go. I was confused as to how to store all of these new picture and video files I’ve been creating since I’ve consistently been making YouTube videos (I've actually been more consistent recording footage... I'm still lacking in the making videos area!) I found the answers on Roberto’s channel. His workflow is amazing and his prolificness is inspiring. He makes a video every day of the week. Here is his schedule pulled straight from his channel:
Kevin Cross - Comic book artist and freelance illustrator. Kevin’s channel provides real insight into what the day to day life of a full-time artist looks like. He is a punk rocker, too. You can check out his new Vlog channel here, entitled Middle Age Punk. He tells the story of what it takes to turn down paying clients to start your passion projects. His series 100 Days of Making Comics is an interesting tool he uses to push past burnout, clients, and life to try and find a way to spend 30 minutes each day on his own personal project. It’s something I would like to strive to do; nothing I’ve done, but man that idea sounds real good in my head.