Regarding SVSLearn.com courses, I didn’t see any way to keep track of which videos I’ve watched, mark as wanting to re-watch or make a note on, know how many hours I’d commit to for the set of videos, etc., so I had created a spreadsheet that I’ve been using for such. Thought I’d share it with everyone.
[SVSLearn has added some new courses since when I had uploaded this. I think just the Fall Critique, Loosening Up in Watercolor, and Stylizing Human Characters (and any new ones that follow in the future). You should be able to edit the file you download and add them (and others) or make any other modifications you want!]
Inside the zip are:
Note: I will probably leave this up in Dropbox for quite some time, but eventually it will get pulled.
Another artist posed a question in a forum:
Where are you from and what projects are you busy with?
I’m from Dallas, Texas
I work mostly in 2D Digital (Photoshop, Illustrator)
(Though looking to go back to and incorporate traditional as well. I miss inking, acrylics, gouache, & colored pencils)
Origin was illustration, but the past 18 or so years have mostly been in the advertising & intellectual property development industries, doing creative & art direction, ad campaign dev., content dev., logo & brand dev., graphic design, web design & dev., product & presentation dev., strategy & biz dev., etc. (Probably easier to just go here: http://quietyell.com/resume/)
Going back to roots of illustration with the intent to re-enter the children’s media market (PB/MG/YA book/periodical, packaging, toy/stationary/other-product, game, etc.) with an illustration focus for myself. Working on developing industry relevant illustration portfolios while attempting to improve a variety of aspects in my work (drawing, painting/rendering, concept/narrative/story-telling, speed, etc.), as well as learning & “networking” as much as possible.
Stroll down South Beach and you might holla “¡Hola, Lipsy Lola!” when you see those luscious Latin lips and all the other lusciousness that follows! Your QuietYell™ might not stay so quiet for very long!
(Products Coming Soon)