In a largely community-based field like sequential arts or illustration, keeping updated on all the resources and opportunities available to you can be difficult. As a student resource, we strive to make finding opportunities for work and resources as easy as possible. In an effort to achieve this goal, we have created the
SCAD HoneyDripper Resource Library: A One Stop Shop for Student Events, Resources, and Opportunities.
New arrivals... coming soon!
Limited time resources and openings for creators
Ongoing and constantly updated resources for creators
Free 3D model software for building and referencing 3D models
Human figures, animals, hands and feet, and expression images
Human figures, hands and feet, heads, animals, structures, plants and flower images
Human figures and poses, themed packs for characters
AI generated color palette maker
Create and save color palettes
Tool for understanding color theory by making palettes with traditional color relationships
Small press publisher based in Savannah, GA focused on leveling the playing field between beginner artists and professionals in the comic book industry
Information on Peer Tutor events and the annual SEQA Editor's Day event for students, graduates, and alumni
SCAD club focused on all things SEQA, open to all students, graduates, and alumni
SCAD club focused on all things ILLU, open to all students, graduates, and alumni
SCAD club focused on all things Concept Art, open to all students, graduates, and alumni
SCAD Storyboarding Club Instagram
SCAD club focused on all things Storyboarding, open to all students, graduates, and alumni
Information about SCAD SEQA events and goings on within the department
Club focused on promoting SCAD graduate work
Home to hundreds of books on a variety of topics, a huge collection of Don Bluth animation work, artist's books, a print collection (Atlanta), and a digital image collection. Use WorldCat.org to search for books in the library.
Where to find free online books
Your local Library!
As the world becomes increasingly digital, libraries are following suit. Local library's may use sites like Libby by Overdrive, Hoopla, and BiblioBoard to grant card holders access to hundreds of eBooks, audio books, and other materials - for free. Support your local libraries!
a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
The world's largest e-book library. A great place to find e-books, scholarly journal articles, academic texts, and general interest books.
Home to millions of ebooks, magazines, and more on a variety of topics
A search engine where you can find educational and recreational PDF books.
Free online courses on a variety of topics. We recommend Pixar in a Box, a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs.