I have a passion for teaching others, I love sharing what I know and helping others around me grow. I was a martial arts instructor for almost 5 years and I spent a lot of my free time assisting with the special education program at my High School when I was younger. Let me share my passions for lighting, rendering, creating, and storytelling with you.
I can also help you with bringing your art to the 3D world doing things like modeling, rendering, and texturing using CAD-based software such as Autodesk Maya and Substance Painter. Something others on this site might not offer.
I love the creative process the real magic for me is seeing the making of not the finished product. The same applies to art and life the journey is the fun part!
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This First Lesson is usually broken down into two parts. The first is a sit-down or a phone call. Every student is different and has different goals. So we need to sit down and work those out so I can build an effective lesson plan based on your goals. The second part is to get to work we will jump right in and start practicing a technique tailored towards your goals and get some homework rolling for the next session.
I have my associates in Fine Arts and I am graduating from Full Sail University in January of 2020 with my Bachelors in Computer Animation.
My first lesson is always free.
The relationship between student and teacher is Important and I want you to be sure that I am the right fit for your learning needs.
If you feel I am the right fit for what you want to learn we can always work out a fair rate based on how often you wish to receive lessons and for how long each session.
I am here to help you study art not to make a profit.
My first serious job as an educator was teaching martial arts in 2013 all the way to 2016. However, before that, I was an assistant to the special education department in my high school. I am also currently a student tutor at Full Sail Univerity.
I have worked with all ages from complete beginners alway to high school grads and college applicants on building the portfolio you need to succeed. I also have a little experience with special needs students although specifically for art I have only taught a few students.
Hall of Fame month at my university starts every May and at the time of this post (May 7th) it is certainly what I am most excited about. All of Full Sail's Most successful grads of all time come back and host and educational week of knowledge sharing with the entire school on a myriad of subjects in an uncountable amount of workshops.
Look for someone you admire, someone who shares similar dreams and world views with you. Find a teacher that will teach you real techniques, not just schools of thought someone who isn't afraid to tell you that your work does not match the reference and why.
Most Importantly as artist, we have a tendency to constantly compare ourselves with others and carry a fear of failure. Do not compare yourself with anyone other than you and do not fear failure but rather embrace it. Learn from it.
What are your goals? What are your strengths and weaknesses? What do you wish to achieve and how long do you think that is going to take?