Empower your Artwork in TAD's Online Digital & Traditional Images Class on Saturday. Improve your artwork with a FREE online art education experience like no other! Join a stellar group of the biggest names in art for live demonstrations by Jon Foster and Cryptcrawler. Enjoy video and image presentations with simultaneous live roundtable discussions by George Pratt, Sterling Hundley John English, Brent Watkinson, Jason Manley and special guests who will put a smile on your creative face and help you empower your portfolio from here on out.
When:Saturday May 8th 2010 central 12-3PM central daylight time (Austin TX time) Where: Right here on ConceptArt.Org Who:There are only 300 seats available! TAD applicants will get first priority! The link will be posted here in this forum TEN MINUTES AFTER THE START OF CLASS, after which the spots will be first-come first-served for the live presentation.
Some of you are going to move way too slowly to get in on this. Don't fret. Miss it and you can see it free On Demand too!!! Best part is, this is just an example of what we are going to be doing every month in www.visualliteracyprogram.com until the end of the year.
You will learn. Your art will improve with this information.
Yeah. You heard me. It's free. No strings. Three hours of world class art education to help you with your skills.
TAD presents this award winning group of artists for you, right here on ConceptArt.Org. Again the first three hundred students can attend live. On Demand is free too! If you don't make it Sat you can catch it on any day or night you like. Space is limited to 300 viewers at one time, so you may need to be patient. This is going to be absolutely full of information and inspiration. I hope you will check it out.
The Art Department
Last edited by TAD Admissions: Scott Richeson; May 8th, 2010 at 02:23 PM.
Reason: added when the link will be posted, as per Scooter
I've been regularly refreshing this page for quite a few hours now, waiting for some announcement of how to sign up.
So I've spent a while staring at that top picture, and i'm really starting to love it. I think he has used the 'natural spiral' as a rough guide for the composition. Something I've attempted with disastrous results. But i think i was trying to be too exact, too regimented, while he seems to gently persuade the eye around the picture.
I'm learning things already , can't wait for the workshop.