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Here's a testimonial from one "Level Upper" I'm a late starter in painting or rather had a 15 year break in it. Painting and drawing was a passion of mine in my childhood and teens, but I let it go. Now with work and family, finding the time to paint is a challenge.
When I found out about this program it was a perfect fit! You can do the studies at your own pace without deadlines or scheduled classes. It's actually amazing how cheap the program is and it offers great videos teaching the subject matter and really valuable feedback on your work. Actually even during the free Start! workshops you already learn a lot.
I'm only in the beginning of the program but here's an example illustrating what I've learned. I started a painting that I promised my wife before starting Level Up. I had a several month break painting it and started the program a few months ago. I just finished the painting now and changed the approach I was taking a lot. Pic below has the work in progress painting before Level Up on the left and on the right the finished one. Of course I have a lot to learn still, but I hope this illustrates my learning of values, composition, edge control and colors.
Huge thanks for Jason and conceptart.org for providing this program!
Some weeks we have a discount, other weeks we don't. We never had a 50% discount though.Hello,
I went to sign up from the 50% off link in my private messages, but it keeps saying I do not have permission to access and reverts to saying the site-wide pricing, of an extra month free. Another spot has a birthday price option? I apologize, I'm definitely interested in trying this program, I'm just very confused about the pricing options.
Let me know if you keep having this issue. We re-did the LevelUp Portal for newer users. The main checkout and portal is now here:I am having the exact same issue as Giovanny… it says on my profile "Level Up – All Access". Yet I keep getting error messages when I try to access the page. Yet right after paying, I was able to access Composition 1.2 without problem. :/ Maybe there is some weird bug going on?
Anyhow, I messaged David Ahmad about it, in the meanwhile I am doing the Start-Up workshops.
Theres no such thing as falling behind. Its' work at your own pace, when you want, from any device.Hey guys. New here. I've been doing some research on the level up workshop. I'm really tempted to get it, especially with the discount right now. So far I'm impressed at the reviews others are saying and would like to join. However, I only have about 1-2 hours of free time to draw a week. Therefore would it still be good idea to join? I'm just worried about falling behind or being too slow.
Tomas i am super proud of you. Thank you for sharing that. Your work is paying off quickly. That kind of progress keeps me inspired completely. Thanks for that. It means a lot to me.
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Thanks a lot!Originally Posted by Jason ManleyTomas i am super proud of you. Thank you for sharing that. Your work is paying off quickly. That kind of progress keeps me inspired completely. Thanks for that. It means a lot to me.
Added to our new testimonials page, thanks to all the levelup members providing testimonials thus far.
I didn't want to put this here but the contact button isn't working. The
search FAQ button doesn't help.
I would like to not continue my subscription beyond the first cycle.
Regrettably I don't think I am going to be able to complete even the first
assignment. Leveling Up is definitely a goal and I was very excited about the program.
The videos are great. I love the lectures provided in the free section which is as far
as I have gotten with the paid program. I did not anticipate the magnitude of the
assignments. I took a running start at the first assignment and got a handful done. It became
clear this needs to be done digitally and I like that because I have a lot of control digitally.
Unfortunately my Intuos 3 is old and not working optimally.
And unfortunately the progam has caused me to stop drawing entirely after drawing almost daily.
I feel guilty doing any sort of other drawing when I have this huge pile of masterpieces to complete as
a class assignment.
I hate to walk away from the great deal I got at sign up and think the subscription price is great if
I was moving through the program. Even though I worked for fifteen years as an artist in the MP & TV industry
I've actually never taken on anything quite this large and I couldn't eat the elephant even one bite at a time.
Thanks for what I have gotten, and learned about myself. But if someone reading this could direct me to the exit for how to leave the program before my subscription auto renews it would be appreciated.
I believe my account name is displayed. Rob McDonald. If you can cancel it with this notification great.
Otherwise I'll fill out whatever exit papers you have.
I thought I'd offer my progress report so far, two months into the program.
I've definitely been getting a lot of help from Jason's feedback, as well as peer analysis.
This is my first 1.1 master study:
And this is my 5th.
As a sidebar-- I've lost my permissions to the LevelUp workshop, even though my payment went in automatically two days ago. Is the site down, or is there some way that can be fixed? Thank you.
Those are getting crazy good Misty - but I bet you spent a lot more time on that last one? Just to be fair :p
Your fifth is better than my 15th ><
Yes! That's fair. But, I only learned to spend more time, and where to focus my time, by the awesome feedback. In addition, I take less and less time as I go along.
Maybe my 20th will take only one hour-- Which is the time the first one took. A guy can dream!
Anyway-- I can only see your 14th one in comp 1.1, but it's awesome. I don't think mine compares, to be honest. You've really improved a lot. You should show your progress too!
-For years I've been plateaued as an artist. I had a handful of useful skills, but never seemed able to take the next step into achieving fine-art abilities. So far, Level Up has been exactly what I've needed. Not only is it giving me inspiring lectures to view, but I'm challenged by the assignments and feedback.
For me, the price and flexibility of the program is exactly what I've been looking for. This course offers the equivalent of what many art schools do, however, the buck stops with you. It's up to you to make it happen and I appreciate that. My only potential concern with this program is that Jason gets swamped by so many students! I'm anticipating Level Up to grow and hope the quality continues.
Level Up is a safe environment to be stretched and develop a thicker skin to evaluate your art. You won't be coddled here, but you will grow and be encouraged in the process. Here's to Stage 2!