Hey, everyone! I hope you've all had a fantastic start to the new year and are excited to dig into the next segment of this course. I wanted to give a quick update on our plans for this year as there's been a slight change to our production schedule. I've accepted a new job on Hearthstone which is very exciting but also means I have to move across the entire country, which has been consuming every waking moment of the past month or so. As such, there will be a bit of a delay in the release of the next episodes until I can get settled into my new place and re-establish my recording setup. We have a LOT of great content coming for the course this year that I'm super excited to share, and I want to be sure I give it 110% effort rather than squeezing it in between a million other things. I do apologize for the delay, but I can promise the next section is gonna be awesome and well worth the wait. Thank you so much for your patience, and I can't wait to continue painting with you in 2023! <3
I'm new to Proko, do classes include indivitual critiques? I learn the most through seeing my worked picked apart. Thanks,
Is there an option for a refund? In the rare case that upon checking some of the full course disovering that it is not benificial for me?
I can't learn any of Digital Illustration and Advanced Techniques. what do you mean?
Hi, Just a question, as I am on the fences for purchasing this course. But just wanted to ask that if this course is good for beginners? I am a complete beginner in both drawing and painting but want to get into digital illustration.
Hello. I mean not to be disrespectful, and I understand that people are busy and random things can happen that make it very difficult to stick to schedule. Plus, we were told that lessons would come "loosely" weekly, which doesn't imply a strict schedule anyways. But despite all of that, I am quite disappointed regarding the situation on the last two months. I couldn't find the exact dates of the lesson releases, but from what I can gather, the 4th lesson came out on 27th of march, and the next one on 16th april, and we've had no news since then. I'm writing this on 2nd of may. This is closer to a monthly release. Also, Jon mentioned he'd be critiquing the students work, but as far as I can see, the few reviews are all from other students. Perhaps what frustrates me the most in this situation is the fact that we are not even told what's going on. Everyone acts like this is normal. Could we at least have some explanation? Is it going to be like this all course long? As someone who bought this on presale last year, and was quite excited, this is very annoying. Perhaps I am in the wrong and my expectations were just too high. If that is the case, I understand that these things should be taken in consideration when purchasing yet-to-be completed courses on Proko. I hope I'm not sounding needlessly rude. Please understand that I don't mean to cause negativity, and am asking for at least clarification.
Hello! I'm a beginner in digital art and want to be able to make professional level concept art. I am familiar with all the fundamentals except color. Will this course go in depth into color?
Hello! Is there a fifth video that isn't visible on the course page? I've watched all of the current available videos (4), but the course page is saying that I am 83% complete. If you watch 4/5 videos that makes 83% completion, but only 4 videos are available so maybe video 5 is posted but not released? Not sure if I'm making sense or not. Thank you for the course! The instruction is great and I'm having a lot of fun with practicing!
Definitely looking into taking your course here, question for you though. I'm shopping around for a desktop computer currently, I've done the math and know what I'd be spending for a desktop. But, I'm currently taking another digital painting class and I'm getting by on my Surface Pro and I'm just now learning how to use Procreate. So with that being said, does this course require a lot of horsepower to get the assignments completed, could I just kinda get moving and then keep going after I've purchased my new computer?
I understand the lessons will be shared on a weekly based, is that correct? Any particular day of the week?
I'm an intermediate artist, I know almost all the fundemetals Jon talked about in the first video, but I only bought the first part of the course, is it too beginner for an intermediate artist like me? Do I need to buy the second half of the course to get some value?