Get an insight into how Pablo Dominguez developed his Learn Squared course – Vehicle Concept Art – with a proven workflow he’s used on some of the industry’s biggest IP’s.
Irena’s passion for her craft knows no bounds. Having worked on projects such as The Lion King, Call of the Wild, to name a few, we discover how our Intro to Matte Painting class w/ Maxx Burman helped Irena on her journey and which high profile our sought her out for a mentorship.
Episode 7 of The Learn Squared Podcast welcomes the amazing Nick Hiatt. Nick is our instructor for 3D Sequence Illustration and in this episode you get an insight in to this course as well as how to be a valuable asset in the entertainment industry.
Episode 6 of The Learn Squared Podcast welcomes Concept Artist Jonas Hassibi. Jonas is obsessed with the psychology and philosophy of not just art but also humanity. We ask the question – Can Art Change Lives?
Episode 5 of The Learn Squared welcomes Concept Artist Will Domeyer. Discover how Will landed his dream job and how he grabbed a seat on Steve Wang’s Concept Art Hacks Mentorships.
Episode 4 of The Learn Squared Podcast welcomes Nicholas Lim. Nicholas gives us an insight into how he utilizes his curiosity in ways that benefit him and what it has been like freelancing during a pandemic.
Episode 3 of The Learn Squared Podcast welcomes 2D & 3D Graphic Artist Magdalena Płoszkiewicz. Magda is also an Illustrator and is working on switching her creative gears from one speciality to the next – all whilst juggling full-time work, freelance and trying to improve her craft.
Episode 2 of The Learn Squared Podcast welcomes Patrick O’Keefe, the extraordinary Illustrator, Art Director, and Learn Squared instructor. Patrick gives us a candid and honest insight into his artistic journey. An essential listen If you feel you need some inspiration or are in a well of doubt right now. Also get insider info on how Patrick built this course tailored to give you skills that are industry ready.
Serjan Burlak is one of those creatives who are obsessed about their craft. That very obsession crystalizes into qualities we recognize as measures of success or signs of prolificacy.