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    Moods and Emotions: A Live Streaming Class with RANDIS & JManley 09-18-10 Art Inside

    Hi Everyone,

    I will be teaching a class for you titled "Moods and Emotion" and will be covering the important topic of creating any mood through art by using the human figure, gesture, body language, value, color, shape, and abstraction.. Join us for this live streaming class and you may have the opportunity to ask questions, and even get feedback on one of your artworks as it pertains to mood and emotion if you attend Live (or post your piece for feedback prior to class starting I will share feedback so you can get it on demand).


    Moods and Emotion:
    A Live Streaming Class on ConceptArt.Org through TAD that you may also attend On Demand.
    Instructor: Jason Manley and RANDIS
    When? - Saturday September 18th Live...and anytime after On Demand.
    Why? - Because being able to communicate a spectrum of purposeful moods and emotions are of the most important skills you need to master.
    Any other reason why? - Yep. You surely have a work of art that you would like some very good feedback on. We will post an thread link to upload your image to shortly.
    What time? 11AM til 3PM Central Daylight Time (Austin TX time!) Live from the TAD Austin POD.
    How? Click the link below to purchase this class:

    http://www.conceptartstore.com/moodandemotion.html

    Where? Right there on your computer. You can even watch on wifi!
    How much? 45 bucks for four hours of class time and feedback. It is going to be a good one. Be ready! You can begin looking at art for mood on your own prior to class too!

    Art and Photography by Randis.

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    Thank you to everyone who has been supporting the CA streaming and downloads classes. We work hard to make sure that CA continues to offer the best possible art information for you and the whole community here.

    Best,


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    can't get it now, but i will definitely check it out later on down the line!
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    Gee, Jason, I'm all excited for your lecture and I'm sure it's going to be great BUT DID YOU HEAR THE U.S. BEAT TURKEY!!!
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    CesarNostradamus if you have seen any conceptart.org dvd or streaming class you know would its worth all the money you spend THIS website is created of goodness to help and its free so many discounts were made that they were practicaly almost FREE.
    Nothing is free in this world mate
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    Cesar, ca.org does these things not for profit, but to finance the site so that you can post on it. You don't have to pay for anything.
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    Thanks to you all.

    This is going to be a great class. I just announced that Randis is going to be joining us. Take a look at his links in the thread above to see some cool stuff!!!


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    I am sure this will be fun!
    Hope to see you guys in the class!

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    Wow, this makes me realize the lack of conventionally moody/emotive art in my portfolio... I guess it's one of my weaker areas, though I've never really had as much of an interest in expressing powerful emotion. Some may come out unintentionally, but when I make an image, I never sit down and decide that one of my primary goals is to really MOVE people...

    Maybe it's the association I unintentionally make between "moody/emotional" and "dark/emo". I simply don't feel compelled to make "dark" art because it's just not who I am. I mean, I know that emotion is MUCH more varied than anger and sadness, but it seems that these are by far most associated with "expressive" art. I'd love to learn about how to best portray something like excitement, wonder, or joy.

    Well, I suppose answering questions like that is what the class is for! (Thanks for offering it, and thanks RANDIS for joining!) If anything, hopefully it'll inspire me to pump some more emotion into my stuff...

    (By the way, is "ME.gif" supposed to open? Because supposedly it can't be parsed or something.)
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    Right click the ME file and "open with" Word - it's an RTF file, not sure why it says GIF!

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    Moods and emotions cover a very wide spectrum of information, it is a very important topic and there are many important key factors. It is extremely useful and essential for storyboards, marketing, concept art, illustration work, comics, art direction and many other fields.
    It does not have to be about dark moody images, it is a key to move and touch the viewer, the key for successful storytelling and marketing, it affects everything, from colors to gestic, mimic and poses. It could be as simple as creating a pleasant sticker or as complex as creating a powerful emotion that could deeply move or disturb the viewer.
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    As mentioned above this does not have to be about moving people with sad paintings or expression deep emotion. The area of application for this subject is extremely wide.
    You can very much apply it all to the game, comic or film industry. Doing marketing illustrations, cover artworks or conceptual work it is very important to attract a certain audience, to express as much information about the product as possible in a single image.
    Needles to mention the storyboards, comics, book covers!
    It is about giving your work a soul, story, meaning and purpose.

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    Wow, this makes me realize the lack of conventionally moody/emotive art in my portfolio... I guess it's one of my weaker areas, though I've never really had as much of an interest in expressing powerful emotion. Some may come out unintentionally, but when I make an image, I never sit down and decide that one of my primary goals is to really MOVE people...

    Maybe it's the association I unintentionally make between "moody/emotional" and "dark/emo". I simply don't feel compelled to make "dark" art because it's just not who I am. I mean, I know that emotion is MUCH more varied than anger and sadness, but it seems that these are by far most associated with "expressive" art. I'd love to learn about how to best portray something like excitement, wonder, or joy.

    Well, I suppose answering questions like that is what the class is for! (Thanks for offering it, and thanks RANDIS for joining!) If anything, hopefully it'll inspire me to pump some more emotion into my stuff...

    (By the way, is "ME.gif" supposed to open? Because supposedly it can't be parsed or something.)
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    Hmmmm... thinking about this! Would definitely like to get a piece critiqued. Is there maybe a list of things we will specifically cover (expression, posing, lighting, etc.)?
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    I loved the composition and color theory with manley, learned a lot from those. =)
    Really tempted getting this one as well
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