Here are some artists and their blogs/websites. Some are well known in their field, while others aren’t as well known:
Jin Kim: http://cosmoanimato.blogspot.com/
Jin Kim is a Disney animation concept artist. One of the reasons why his concept art sticks out to me is that he can manipulate his style to get a certain look. Wether it was the official design or the design was still in the works. It also gives an interesting point of view to someone in that field. Blog Spot is a very popular art blogging website.
I can’t find her real name, only her internet name. She’s not really known in the art field, but she does get around on tumblr. I love the way how she uses shapes when drawing a character. I also think her character designs and original art is really cool. Also, tumblr is a very popular art blogging website.
Craig McCracken: http://cmcc.deviantart.com/
Craig McCracken is famous for his tv shows; The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Labrotory, and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. I love his style because of it’s simplicity and simple shapes. I also like the 70′s colors he adds to his work. Deviantart is a very popular online art portfolio website.
Chris Sanders: http://alohalilo.deviantart.com/
Chris Sanders is a former Disney animator currently working with Dreamworks. Animated movies that he directed are Lilo & Stitch and How to Train Your Dragon. He also has another movie coming out in March that he’s co-directing called The Croods. Why I love his style is because it is very round, loose, and organic. It’s very rare for him to use straight lines.
Rebecca Sugar: http://rebeccasugar.tumblr.com
Rebecca Sugar is an animator who works on Adventure Time. She became well-known through getting her name out in anime and comic conventions. I like her style because it’s loose, but with more zig-zag lines.