Sunday, April 05, 2009

Next Live Session April 11th, 2009 at 20:00 EDT

The next LIVE TUTORIAL will occur next Saturday April 11th, 2009 at 20:00 EDT(Eastern Daylight Savings Time)

Find out when that is in your time zone HERE!


Based on the current poll, the lecture topic will be: "Animation and making stuff move!"

If it doesn't change by show-time, that's what we'll go with. If you'd like something different, then VOTE!


All you need is a Flash browser plugin to join in. You don't even need to sign up for an account on ustream.tv (unless you want a custom username to show up).

Thanks to everyone who showed up! If you missed out, don't sweat it, the recorded sessions are posted on this blog.



4 comments:

Tayete said...

Hi Mark!
I have been a lurker since the beginning of your videos, and since I have been awarded the "Blog Awards: A Passion for Painting" and have to pass it to other blogs, I decided you were the natural choice, as your blog has taught me so many things about painting, attitude and animation.
If you wish, you may check http://tayete.blogspot.com to see what the rules of the award are (they are really simple), and take the banner...
Thanks for all your lessons.

refaal said...

I understand youre having fun with those live-sessions and all, but i miss the good-old tutorials.. ;_;

Bat said...

Hi Mark! I've been refering to your tutorials for a couple of months now, and while I haven't been able to financially support the site, I've been trying to spread the word on Pencil Jack and I plan on putting you as my list of Cool Artist on my blog! Thanks for the helpful tips! Much, much appreciated!

Nemanja Simic said...

Hi Mark. I just wanted to say thanks for all of these lessons, and the time you are devoting to teaching us. Make no mistake, your lessons are extremely valuable and very appreciated.

These are the things that should be thaught at every artschools, but I've never seen them systemized this clearly and usefully.

It is a very powerful treatise, and simply and effectively put in short time segments. I'm sure once the word spreads around, people will start pouring, this is very useful stuff.

All of your techniques are very useful, I'll show them to my little sister too, she will really benefit from them.

Thanks again for doing this!