It was awesome! Thanks again for everything, guys!
To everyone who didn't make it on time: go watch it O-D if you haven't seen it yet~
Where do I watch it online?? https://sas.elluminate.com/site/exte...042BAAB8C78BCE
When I click this link that's been shared in the first post, it only asks me to open a file and when i do, "Java web start 1.2" appears... then disappears and no video or anything starts up ;~;
Can anyone help me, telling where am I going wrong?
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That was such a great inspiring class. I signed up straight away to the VLP which looks like it's going to be a great tool for getting my scholarship application for TAD next year (January). I'll be using it to get critiques from the likes of George Pratt and John English as well as Sterling.. man there are so many artists in there willing to dole out info. I'm almost afraid to post!
Thanks again to all involved. If you haven't watched it already get on it now and for one thing see how differently you will approach the work flow of every piece you work at from now on!
Hi guys. I have a technical question too. When I try to open the java application, it tells me there's a error. Something about malformurl link error, security exception thingamajigy. Any idea what that is?
Thanks for doing this series! Great lineup, inspiring stuff! (And a really excellent deal for those of us on a budget...)
The first one was eye-opening and fun, in spite of the video incident... I picked up much new food for thought (and got confirmation that I'm doing at least a couple things right. Yay.) Definitely going to try to catch the next ones, live or on demand.
I think it's great that the Elluminate Live audio streaming is useful for many people on this site as an educational forum to learn new things and attain feedback. I would hope that they can fix the closed captioning tool because it was not streamed because I'm hard of hearing. I know it's there but it was'nt utilized. I would say that closed captioning should be already recorded and not wiped out after the live session.
The class was feakin' amazing...especially Brad's story about how he came to work in the industry and how he tackled the work he was given and the struggles he went through. It was nice to hear a story that I'm sure most of us can relate to.
I'm gonna go watch this class again as I need to take more notes.
Really great class, I loved all the discussion and it was nice to hear everyone's input on process, and especially critiques. It was also really helpful to hear all that advice about the line between student and professional. Thanks for putting this together, everyone. I'm really considering a VLP subscription after watching that.