`Show Your Work` by Austin Kleon has become a firm favourite that I'll definitely be returning to regularly. It is a short and easy read, full of simple but great advice which applies to artists in any field. It's the kind of book that you can dive into on any page for little nuggets of wisdom and actionable steps. Thoroughly enjoyable and thought provoking.
"The key is process, not product. Share something new every day (but don't turn into human spam). Keep an amateur's mind ― where the possibilities are limitless. Be a connector, a teacher, an open node. Don't hoard."
Pick up the book here.
The latest Hellblade development diary is now online. I may or may not have made a guest appearance to give a brief overview of the techniques I'm using to create the movement animation set for Senua.
This is a cool little trick that I often use when trying to create good clear poses. It's great help for creating things like character idle poses and to view the staging of a shot without the distraction of textures and model details.