Visual Development Fundamentals | Self-Study

In this online self-study course, learn the critical components of making great Concept Art by studying Film, [...]
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    In this online self-study course, learn the critical components of making great Concept Art by studying Film, Animation, Games and Painting, as well as developing your own project to flex your artistic muscle.  You will select a classic story to redesign by choosing a style and creating that world with much reference and sketching, leading to a final concept painting.

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    • Total Course Time: 20:16:19 Hours

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    Instructor Bio

    Peter Markowski currently works as a Concept Designer at LEGO. With art degrees from Westminster College & Art Center College of Design, and a passion for Film, he pursued working in the Entertainment industry. He has since worked in Visual Development, Layout and Environment Design for several projects at Warner Bros. Animation, designed attractions for major theme parks, storyboarded commercials, art-directed Apps, and directed animated shorts.

    Supply List

    • Laptop/Wacom-Tablet
    • Photoshop (any version)
    • Set of 3 different grey markers (30%, 50%, and 70%)
    • Marker paper
    • Col-erase pencil
    • Ink pen

    Course Comments

    1 Responses on Visual Development Fundamentals | Self-Study"

    1. Excellent Experience!
      Peter’s class was really eye-opening and inspiring. Every class was engaging and explored a different facet of creating art for entertainment. Peter had helpful and interesting answers for all of our many questions, and he offered great advice as well. Overall the class was an excellent experience. I highly recommend any of Peter’s classes, and I hope to take more with him in the future. This was a fantastic class with a fantastic teacher.

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