I don't post very much, but I just want to say that the community on this site is overwhelming. Never have I seen so many people wanting to help, and inspire people to succeed. I'll be watching the stream!
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One of the pictures you have of Sargent is one of my favorite paintings. I'm working on a Master Copy of that very painting.
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I have a hand injury that had been preventing me from finishing it, but I'd love to hear your lectures on Color theory, I'm just another artist who is learning. I love learning though, it's what makes me keep trying.
The price is really fair IMO, but I wasn't expecting the date to be announced so close to the class date. When you are one of two people in a company that can do your job...one week simply isn't enough notice to get a day off. Hopefully, if and when then next class comes around I will have my trainee ready and able to fill in for me. *crosses fingers*
[o] :: in the earlier posts Jason said that its for all levels and everyone in every skill level will take something away from this lecture.
also, i am pretty sure that you will have access to the lecture so you can watch it over and over again if you attend the class (correct me if im wrong)
patiently waiting to pay for this lecture.......im actually really excited for this. I didnt have a very good color theory class at Syracuse but we did focus on lighting our models. granted our focus was to help illustrators create a sense of drama and or intrigue, yet it always turned out that the students, including my self, used lighting as an easy way to paint less and produce faster results. So i am really looking forward to wealth of information i am about to learn from this lecture