I just had an email from a creative who works in the advertising business ask about the workshop:
My name is (so-and-so) and I work as a creative for an ad agency. I found the Becoming a Better Artist course very interesting. However, I would like to ask you if it is geared towards a more artistic approach (digital painting) or if it doesnt matter what media you use (as my interests are more in photography, video or 3D and not so much on digital painting or illustration).
Thank you very much!
All the best,
This was my reply to so-and-so:
The workshop is relevant to all visual communicators, not only the strict definition of a traditional " artist." it’s like a master-class on the critical foundation of visual art and visual communication, and you’ll learn precious lessons on things like creating emotional and intellectual resonance in your audience, as well as get your visual ideas across effectively-- be it a statement, an emotion, a narrative, or even an abstract idea. Isn’t that what all visual communicators want ultimately?
While there are lessons on drawing and painting and design, there are is just as much content that’s not specific to any medium, industry, or style.
I think if you are a visual person, then this workshop will be something of a mind-altering experience. Many past students have said that it changed their lives in ways they couldn’t have possibly imagined (you can read their testimonials in the workshop promo page).