What are the key ingredients to build a art career? Check out this episode to find out.
Tyler Smith is back to show you how to immerse your audience into your real-time universes.
Director Sava Zivkovic joins us for this episode to drop some serious hype for his workshop with us on December 18 (https://www.learnsquared.com/sava). Tickets are available until Dec 18 at 10am PT. We also get an insight into how he became a director and what really motivates his creative process and what collaboration means to him.
It’s important to work on that which you are passionately about according to 3D Artist and Designer Tim Zarki. Hear more of Tim’s journey and wisdom by listening to this episode.
Aaron Limonick is a complete creative from being an impressive artist, a hungry student of art, a super professional, and a terrific teacher. And in this episode, our Learn Squared instructor shares wisdom that is vital for beginners and veterans alike.
In the digital age of art technology is a massive influence. But underneath every pixel is a traditional method, process or philosophy that underpins it all.
Life, art, health, and everything in-between are covered in this episode with Greg Rutkowski.
Concept Artist Théo Nardi was never looking for the easy path but one that leads to improvement and creative freedom. Enjoy an episode packed full of useful takeaways and musings on, developing skills, ego, belief and so much more.
The odds are that if you are embarking on a career in entertainment design then it was either a film or video game that reinforced your desire to want to embark on this career. This is what happened with Concept Designer Eugenia Firs and in this episode enjoy a deep dive into the world of films and games and how they influence creatives.