<Pixel> Most of what i learned was not in college
<Pixel> in fact, the worst thing you can do is let a school constrain how you think, that was mistake #1
The underlined sentence just "enlightened" me..
Here is a list:
<Pixel> "Dont let colleges prevent you from thinking for yourself" "If they ever tell you to not look things up on the internet, like art, tutorials, etc"
<Pixel> "then theyre probably trying to keep you from seeing how little theyre teaching you"
<Pixel> Thats also part of the issue, doing your homework. Some people cant move everywhere, so yeah, theyre going to look for local sources
<Pixel> but there are online courses now too
<Pixel> Animation Mentor for one
<Pixel> its not a degree
<Pixel> but look at the results
<Pixel> also know what youre getting into
<Pixel> and the costs of getting into it
<Pixel> Schools around the entertainment industry youre looking into, are probably better suited for that industry than ones located elsewhere
<Pixel> Theres tons of videos now of people showing off how they draw, paint, and sculpt. Even if its just music in the background and no explination, you may pick up some tricks simply by observing
<Pixel> Plaing videos wile you work if you can, may also help the whole process along
<Jaidurn> You are like a sage
<Pixel> I am a martini mixer of knowledge
<Pixel> its all in there... just... swirled around with other junk in a jumbled mess.
<Pixel> but i am not a successfull illustrator, so these words are more of what ive slowly learned from experience
EDIT: useful stuff, huh?