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If anyone missed the class, you can still sign up for tomorrow's. I can't recommend it highly enough--I have 10+ pages of notes that are all crammed with extremely useful information.
*edit: oops...too slow, lol
Last edited by courtyard; July 26th, 2009 at 12:01 AM.
Thanks Jason, it was great. It's 5am here now soon, so I have to get some sleep now. Kept me interested all the way through, and I learned a lot which I can't wait to try out and apply to my own works in the future Cheers, and good night
Same here, 5 a.m. Time for a good night cigarette to give all the info some rest
Thanks Jason, it was amazing.
Will there be another class? dayum i missed it. shiz shiz shiz....!!!1
That class was amazing, Jason. I enjoyed every moment of it. I expanded my note book by at least 8-10 pages. I can't thank you enough for your time and commitment. Thank you so much. I recommend this class to anyone and everyone.
Thanks for the great lecture Jason! I recommend everyone who had not the chance to see it try to, tomorrow. It's totally worth, 6 hours of awesome sharing of knowledge. And thanks to Davi for helping Jason with the stuff!
Thank you Jason for spending so many hours with us covering a lot of material. I think you said it best when you asked a question near the 3rd quarter of the lecture "How many of you were taught what I've been showing you here" and that question spoke volumes. Given that the responses were correct. What you taught in 6 hours aren't even covered in a lot of Art Schools these days. I know a lot of the material you were posting was barely covered at the Art Institute I went to. There was the general info you can find at the library in the "easy to read" books.
Thank you too for offering some time out of your schedule to offer some crits in how to improve works too. Thank those participating who offered their work as examples.
A suggestion to those who attend these broadcasts. - Please avoid using colored fonts and use them to highlight a question only. Jason really goes through and answers a lot of people's questions which is a bonus, so it would be great for more people to refrain from pretty texty colors unless you got a question - the method worked great because he was able to pick up on some good questions asked during the lecture.
Some other advice is that if you like to multi-tab on your browser, it will eventually slow you down. Firefox has some memory abuse issues, so the longer you're on the more you'll feel it - (if other people have tips for other browsers ...please let me know).
Other troubleshooting tips is to make sure you have the livestream open in one browser and don't have other things that use audio or video on...vlc, youtube...etc. kill any extra processes that may affect your internet too.
Thank you again for the lectures, you really brought up some really beautiful examples of Master painters, and yes! Thank you for showing some good theories done by Anders Zorn. There are some wonderful interactive moments in these lectures that don't show up in a download.
Had to leave a little early, but will hopefully be catching the end of tomorrow's class. Very helpful and well worth the $95, I'll definitely be reviewing this and taking more detailed notes over the next month. I can't wait to apply this new knowledge to some of the stuff I'm working on.
Thank you Jason Manley, stayed up all night, original lecture time was meant to be 3:30am here turned out to be about quarter past six (understandable given the circumstances), it's now 1:25pm and am really tired (not used to all nighter) but was totally worth it and I'll be watching it again some time later this mouth for sure
Thank you again (waiting for composition download now)
I'd buy it as a downloadable video. I can't watch YouTube without buffering every 6 seconds so there's little point in signing up for the class.
PAID cant wait!!!!!!!!!! thanks for doing this a second time. Now all i need is that composition download! and btw the coro portrait D/L is some of the best stuff yet. Can't wait for 4.0.
Thank you! for 6 hours i don't think there was a single minute not filled with valuable information, i think i'll never look at colour the same way.
the class is absolutely worth time and money if anyone is still wondering
It was really great. I was particularly pleased to see how much you used the old masters' paintings as an example. That was very instructive.
Finally, I understood how Rembrandt made blue with a 4-colour palette. That was really an aha!-experience.
I'll be there again today.
Definitely worth the money for the lecture. Not a single boring moment in it. I'm saying that as an absolute beginner to colour.
If you're a beginner like me, Jason's lecture will pretty much show you the things you need to be aware of and all the principles we need to work towards.
Thanks a ton Jason, the money, the waiting and staying awake until 4:45 A.M. was all worth for the quality of your lecture, tons of priceless information that iŽll mever find somewere else. IŽll be participating to second one too ;p
Q: will we be able to download it? Cuz there was so much information, that iŽm afraid iŽll forget some stuff, especially if its important, and i would like to have the video to watch again and again, whenever i need to.
Thanks Jason, and also thanks to Davi, for this wonderful experience, see you again at 1 P.M.
Like everyone has said, the class was definately worth the money. It was great fun to be involved in a lecture done like this, I learnt a lot and
can't recommend it enough! Cheers Jason.
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I am really interested in doing this, but I'm at work all day today and it's probably just 2 hours before I get out of work.. will there be a recording available to buy?
Just wanted to come and add my praise for last night's class. If anyone's reading these wondering if it's worth the $95, I would have happily paid double. If there's one thing that really sells this as a class it's Jason's passion. This man and his colleagues are putting their hearts and souls into the means to teach those of us who wish to know all this traditionally sound information that a lot of art schools simply don't know any more, or charge a fortune to teach. That really comes across in the way he talks about light and colour, and the way he talks about the direction he wants to take conceptart.org. Watching that download has given me an amazing desire to really want to get involved in this community again (soon as work's done) because I honestly believe this place is going to be something special when they start bringing in this new tech.
The class was very organic in it's structure: I got the sense Jason had no particular direction, aside from wanting to cover certain aspects in a certain order. Much of the information on offer was prompted by questions asked by those who attended, and there was no issue with covering something multiple times, if it was felt that people were struggling to understand it. It's also opened my eyes to a large number old masters that I was unaware of, and the way the Jason explains how various paintings and photographs implement what he's trying to teach was great.
I really can't recommend this class enough. If you've ever been taught by anyone in your life whose passion rubbed off on you, you'll know what a difference it makes to the way you take the information in, and Jason is more that capable of enthusing those he teaches with the same passion that clearly comes across when he talks. $95 is a steal for information that, if you have the passion to improve your art and the motivation to keep trying, will last you a lifetime!
Personal thanks for all your hard work Jason, the reason I took this class was because though my work is getting on okay, I often have no idea why certain pictures work, and certain ones don't, and last night has really, really opened my eyes a lot to the devices that can be manipulated to give me a better result. Absolutely brilliant, and your professional and personal generosity is really astounding.
Dammit. Sucks having to work weekends all the time. Miss out on all the parties.
Can't attend the second session either, but I do hope you teach this class again sometime in the future with more notice for the date
Hey Jason, was watching the class last night. Can't believe how much we learned
Looking forward to watching it again and taking more notes (got over 10 pages already) Colour is slowley but surely making sense now.
Huge thank you to yourself and everyone else involved.
C&C are more than welcome
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More praise here Jason, this is really essential information for learning color and it is almost a crying shame they really don't teach this in the schools anymore.
I've sorta been feeling like I got stuck in the gutters lately not being sure on how to tackle my pieces and just...well...feeling down. Maybe it's because I'm too hard on myself sometimes but this really gave me more confidence in approaching not just color but also your art in general. Yeah this was a great class and can't recommend it enough. Jason thank you again for all your hard work...dude I would just like to meet you one day and shake your hand for just everything you do for this community and the arts...seriously.
Guys whats in this lecture you'll likely won't learn in most of those thousand dollar art courses. $95 is a steal for this kind of information.
Again, thanks Jason and also to everyone else who was in the class. I'll be there again today trying to soak up as much of this knowledge as possible.
So I just paid for today's class in a half hour... where do i go to view the lesson? and what is this about a password? i didn't get anything with email. paid by credit card, not paypal.