Hello Proko community! What are the best resources/ classes I should be looking at or taking to one day make it in the entertainment industry. Specifically animation (prop, storyboard, character) My question was recently featured in the most recent episode of Draftmen (section titled too many resources.) Anyone who saw this episode knows I was given a homework assignment to ask my question here, thanks @Stan Prokopenko & @Marshall Vandruff once again. Thank you to the community for your time
Good Day Proko community! I am trying to get myself it the routine of sketching or drawing for 10-15 mins every morning. I did it today (YAY!) but I found myself doing my warm ups... asking myself if this is what I want for my morning time. (This is totally an internal question, just typing out loud) What are some routines you all have for yourselves. Could be morning routines, could be routines in general.
Hey community! I've been having difficulty with structuring my own art education. I ask the question "I never know when I'm done" or "I never know when to move on" and I'm always met with "never, you will always do these things." So I will use college to expamplify what I mean by I have difficulty structuring my art education. In college you have a Major, a program, a semester, and your classes. These would be Art, curriculum, fall 2021, drawing 101 (respectively) I know my "major". It's art(DUH), but I'm hoping to work in animation. Idk what my "curriculum" would be or how long my "semesters" should be, and my class feel more like electives because I have no direction to follow. (even if I'm on the right track) My question to you all here is, how are you handling/managing your art education? Any suggestions or resources, etc? THX!