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11 November 2012, 03:01 AM

Robert Chang’s “Becoming a Better Artist” has been one of the most popular courses we’ve ever run at CGWorkshops. Why? Because no matter what area you specialize in as a visual artist (3D, 2D, film, animation, comic books, games, illustration, visualization), this course will teach you the most critical knowledge, techniques, and creative approaches that today's artists working in highly competitive industries must know in order to function as a confident and authoritative creative force.

This is such a comprehensive course, you should go to CGWorkshops ( and read the week by week course outline.

While you are there, read what the past students have to say, here is just one example:

"Robert, I can safely say that this one course has changed my life, and I'm filled with the utmost gratitude to you for that. The material in this course has been absolutely priceless. (Plus, the tuition fee was a drop in the bucket compared to what some of those art schools charge.) "
- Effie Rodriguez, student April – June 2012

This course will sell out, so enroll ( today and reap the rewards.

11 November 2012, 01:31 PM
If you have read the testimonials ( you probably have already understand that the workshop is awesome, that Robert is great teacher and enrolling is one of the best decision you can take if you're serious about your artistic growth.

What I want to put emphasis on, is the Better Artist Lounge forum that you will gain access immediately after finishing the workshop (no additional cost) I can testify that it's not an empty dead forum that nobody cares about, I've been posting there for months and everytime I get very helpful critics from other students as well as Robert and this is invaluable.

...the only downside is you will have to read my personal critics and rambling there :-)

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