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Concept Art Workshop: Introduction

Resources for finding and creating concept art.

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T 407.679.0100 x.8438

F 407.551.2039


3300 University Blvd., Building FS3E

​Winter Park, FL 32792

Getting Started

In this Guide, students and staff will find a variety of library material and online resources to choose from, relating to CONCEPT ART, ranging from visual resources to how-to guides. The physical copies of the books and films are linked to the Koha Online Catalog and can be checked out. (If staff or students do not have accounts, please fill out the form found on this page.)

The eBooks are available through the links to EBSCOhost and O'Reilly Learning. The streaming videos can be accessed through LinkedInLearning or Kanopy. (You will be prompted to enter your Full Sail credentials to use the resources.) There are links to online websites, tutorials, and other materials that can be useful as well.

Where to Start

  • Are you looking for concept art inspiration? Try Art of for books featuring concept art in games and film.
  • Are you looking for art, drawing and illustration references? Start with Artist References. Within the reference section, you'll find materials for Anatomy, Color and Color Theory, and Techniques.
  • Do you need a refresher on using the variety of software and apps available for creating concept art and digital art? Consult the Software, Apps & Tutorials section.
  • Do you need to complete research on art, artists, illustration, etc.? Check out the Database & Digital Resources section for high quality research resources.
  • Are you pursuing a career in the arts and entertainment industry? The Career Planning section provides resources for job searching and resume writing along with Personal and Professional Development, including personal branding and skills development.


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Stephanie Maatta
3300 University Blvd., Winter Park, FL 32792
407.679.0100 x. 8438

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