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From time to time, I’ve been known to dabble in the arts. Here’s what I’m working on now. This is the space where I’ll be posting my works in progress, sketches, latest greatest, and more.
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Helpful articles to supplement a good education and knowledge of the entertainment industry.
Olivier Jennes, from WonderStreet writes about and reviews several watercolor brands, categorized by tubes, pans, and gouache. [NOTE: the following is taken from the WonderStreet website description]. WonderStreet is an invite-only platform for designers and artists...read more
Elliot discusses the topic of working as a foreign citizen in the concept art industry. Q My name is Reza and I have a question. As a foreign citizen, do I have the opportunity to become a concept artist and work abroad on a full-time basis? And if so, what do you...read more
Is following a concept art education worth the risk of leaving your home and everything else behind? Q I live in Columbia and have been studying and drawing art for only a year. Right now, I'm enrolled at CGMA in the foundation and design program, and I feel I have...read more
Eliott Lilly discusses how to make your concept art portfolio more appealing to prospective employers in the industry. Q My name is Josh Matamoros. I am an amateur concept artist with the goal of entering the video game industry in the future. I humbly come to ask for...read more
We learn the first part of storyboarding basics from a film script on Feng Zhu's Design Cinema. Today, we switch pace from answering student questions in order to learn a little bit about storyboarding for film. In this video, Feng Zhu takes a script from John William...read more
Eliott advises on the importance of focusing towards one goal vs. becoming a jack of all trades. Q My name is Kyra and I’m an 18 year old freshman in college studying art and something else; I intend to double major, and my dilemma is thus: Art and Theatre vs. Art...read more