In just one hour, this course is going to help you overcome 4 major creativity issues artists of every creative field struggle with on daily basis.
If you are a creative with 3 years of experience or less, this 1 hour is going to literally save you years of frustration.
The one response I keep getting from people who saw this lecture is: I wish I'd heard this lecture years ago.
In this first lecture you'll be introduced to the 4 creativity issues we're going to solve in this course:
Learn about the core idea that makes it possible to solves these 4 issues in a single lecture.
In this lecture you'll learn where good ideas don't come from.
What vision means and why you should never work without one.
An extreme example of fear of failure leading to ultimate failure.
How to control the inner critic with the principle of Working in Passes.
How working in passes relieves you of the fear of failure AND helps you combine structure and texture.
tying it all together, this lecture is about how vision and working in passes work together to help you convert time invested to quality achieved.
In this lecture I'll share with you a step-by-step example of a creative process mistake being made.
Here you'll see how the principles outlined in this course helped me avoid frustration, save a lot of time and money, and achieve a good result with virtually no experience in the creative field.
Wrapping it up, we'll got through the 4 problems and make sure they're all good and solved.
Need a reminder? Just print this and hang it somewhere visible :)
Director, Animator, Storyboard artist, Designer, Writer, Teacher, Entrepreneur.
For the last decade, I've been studying the creative process. Not as a scholar, but as a professional creative trying to unlock the secrets to the ultimate working method that would (a) work for every creative field out there, (b) push quality while eliminating creative frustrations, and (c) support professional "on demand" creativity as well as personal work.
My own career in this past decade is living proof that the research was successful. With no formal training at all, I managed to lead a rich, varied, fast-evolving and profitable creative career. I've done storyboards for major features and TV shows (Emmy awarded Shaun the Sheep), animated on major feature films (Asterix and the Vikings), worked on famous computer games (Hitman), and managed and supervised creative teams of up 30 people (Roadrunner). I also wrote a couple of instructional books, illustrated chilrens books, designed apps (AppSpace for android), and much more.
Being a teacher since 2001, it seems only natural that I should look for ways to pass along my creative process secrets. That's why I founded CreativityWise, and this is also what this Udemy channel is all about.
Welcome to the world of a creative process that actually WORKS. :)