5.0 (9)
28 years in business

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[email protected] - Professionally teaching from professional experience giving students the tools they need to succeed. 

AA degree in GRAPHIC DESIGN, BS degree in ANIMATION. 

30+ years of experience in digital painting, drawing, character design, storyboarding, sequential art, sculpting and business in arts. 

I personally enjoy watching someone reach their artistic goals...Doesn't happen overnight, but with the right guidance in approach and fundamentals, they will know how to get there faster. 

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Dockweiler, CA 90007
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  • Jeff Johnson

    Caesar has all the elements of a great creative partner. He is, first and foremost, highly skilled at his craft. He is always dependable and professional. I've never know him to miss a deadline and he is extremely easy to work with. But more than that, working with Caesar made me a better artist. His talent and creativity are inspirational and infectious. He doesn't just improve any project he touches, he also improves everyone working on that project. I was lucky enough to be his coworker during our time at CrossGen comics and I still consider myself lucky to call him my friend.

  • Lara Trinidad

    Ceasar is an amazing teacher. He is a master at his craft and is unselfishly eager to share his knowledge to his students. His care for his students show from the way he teaches. I've learned a lot from him, no doubt you will as well! I highly recommend taking a class with him!

  • Rick Magyar

    Caesar has always been a talented, versatile artist w/ an understanding of the process involved w/ meeting a client's demands. When working as a member of a team he appreciates the give-and-take of the collaborative process knowing that the mutual efforts of the group and a successful end product are the desired goals. Working with CaesARTS has always been an education and a pleasure.

  • Jaclyn Kim

    CaesArts is an excellent instructor for learning graphic design. I've taken multiple classes taught by him and each class left a deep impression. Learning graphic design can seem daunting but he decodes the material easily by his breadth of knowledge and experience. His passion to teach to equip his students and always welcoming questions helped me to learn and tackle any projects with ease. I was amazed by his mastery of his work also. He is a hard working, caring and a dedicated teacher and you will never find him taking it easy but always striving to inform and guide his students to become better designers.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I begin with fundamentals and elements of design. I build upon lessons and I start off assuming little to no knowledge in art.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have 30+ years of experience working with many publishers, film studios and I had a art subcontracting business. I now teach at a community college.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I'm flexible. Not in it for the money, more interested in helping others achieve a career in art. $20 - $25 is a decent starting point. 

How did you get started teaching?

Was asked by the college to evaluate portfolios, then was asked to teach layout design and fundamentals, until I became a full time teacher. 

What types of students have you worked with?

beginners, intermediate, some with learning handicaps. Ages go from 17 - 65. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Every time my students show me what they have learned. :)

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Know what you want to do. There are many niches and job types in art, so knowing what one specifically wants is ideal. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

same as above answer.