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Sorry, but the sign-up phase is over. Thank you for signing up as a teacher, but I hope it'd be okay with you to join in our next round, which will be held sometime after this one, so approx. in May or June.
I write fiction plus a little poetry and am willing to help someone become better at it. I write mainly fantasy but I am told by a few who read my things that I could do horror and I feel I could do sci-fi once I get a good enough idea. Plain Jane, Average Joe stories are good as well.
That being said, I'm not very good at drawing and especially not on a computer, which is why writing is my medium.
Well I'd be interested in teaching stuff like creature and monster design but I'm not sure anyone'd be interested in that... [link][link][link][link] I'm sure I have much better examples than that but my gallery is so chock-full of stuff it's hard to find the right ones. Also schedules might be a bit hazy, but I can easily do late nights or far-off timezones.
...alright fine. ill sign up to be a teacher. i'm afraid that the only real example of my art is my profile pic *go have i look i was really proud of it* i dont really post to devart because my scanner is EEEEVIIIILLLL
i can teach: -some elements of coloring, -gesture drawings *which are vital vital vital if you ask me* -contour drawings, -shading, -some perspective, and -stylized drawings *which are most of what i do*
I'll try to have some more drawings posted when i get home from work I am purely a traditional artist, pens, watercolors, colored pencils, so please dont expect to learn about any sort of digital work from me
i would expect punctuality from a student. aka, please dont flake on me! its really rather rude and a waste of everyone's time im not a spartan or anything, i just would rather not have a student if said student isnt going to show
please make sure you have either a working camera or scanner if you also work with traditional means thanks along with some charcoal and paper :happy bounce: i dont care what kind of paper or anything but you have to have some so you can do gesture drawings (which are incredibly fun btw )
you mean my one drawing? lol so i assume you have the required materials? a scanner/camera, some paper and charcoal? i see that you are a generally digital artist, it'll be fine if you do any non gesture drawings *and some gesture drawings* digitally i'll prob want to "meet" with you once per day or every other day, so keep that in mind...mmm...dont think theres anything else i need to warn you about so just let me know if you have any questions! lets do this!
I do have the materials, 3 peices of charcoal. And I do have lots of paper. Yeah, I know I am a digital person mainly. But I o want to get better with traditional. Yeah, if something comes up, I'll let you know ahead of time. Just to tell you, I am on the computer later in the day because I have time around 5-12 pm. Thank you for being my teacher!
I would absolutely love to be a teacher I am at college right now, and this sort of thing would be a great learning experience for me. I can teach the following: -Shading/Lighting -Learning to draw what you see -Basic color theory -How to work with unusual mediums (liquid acrylic, concentrated watercolor, paint with graphite, ect) -And anything you may want to learn about from examples in my gallery. -I specialize in surrealistic fantasy: [link][link][link][link] But I also am quite familiar with teaching the basics and drawing from life: [link][link]
By learning under me as a teacher you can expect to have many lessons regarding color theory, lighting, and creating an interesting composition. I will likely give assignments that will help a student to learn the elements and principles of art and design, while still keeping the assignment fun and refreshing. -I will also be sure to provide sound critique on any piece that is asked to be critique. -topics that may be covered include: how to utilize different mediums, how to create an effective composition, how to utilize color to its fullest potential, ect. -Above all else, I am willing to work with a student towards any specific goals they have in mind.
Before deciding to learn under me: -please look through my gallery and be sure I am someone you would like to learn under -have an understanding that I am a student myself in college, and am still developing my art as well. I have previous teaching experience with younger kids. -Please think about this decision before making this commitment. I am a very busy person, but I have made time for this because I love this idea, and I love this art community! Make sure you are serious about the commitment
Requirements: -I am a traditional artist. At the bear minimum I expect my student to have graphite pencils, drawing paper, and a decent eraser. -I would like to be able to teach color theory, so my student should have one or more of the following: colored pencils, watercolor, acrylic, or markers. I don't use oil very often, and I would recommend finding somebody else if you would like to learn how to use oil.
Anyway, I hope someone will consider learning under me
Your gallery is absolutely amazing. I would LOVE to learn under you!
In this program I'm teaching someone as well for experience because I'm wanting to be an art teacher, but I also want to get valuable learning experience from this. My student and I have very similar schedules and I'm not concerned with tailoring my schedule to fit yours while still having time to teach my student. Whenever you have the time, I'm sure I can make the time.
I'm a traditional and digital artist but I'm more comfortable with a pencil and paper than with a tablet. I have graphite pencils, coloured pencils, watercolours, and acrylic. I don't use oil either ^^' Also, I'm not much of a painter, but I really really want to learn how to paint decently. I've always used a pencil and recently coloured pencils and pens. You are so comfortable with using colour, I would greatly appreciate it if you would choose me as your student !
Hello NeonNoel, I will gladly accept you as my student You seem to be the perfect match! You seem very enthusiastic, have a flexible schedule, and many of the materials I wish to utilize in teaching.
It seems the teamwork phase does not begin for another two days, but I would love to send you a note later tonight with some information and a sort of quiz (so I can base lesson plans off the answers )
I'd also like to be your student...I'm afraid I dont have much in my devart at all (my scanner is annoying), but Im a traditional artist and I would love to learn more about color? I'd particularly like help with emotions and giving objects form? (even with shading things appear far too 2d D Thanks for your consideration
I have written for 10 years. I am published poet and can communicate via email with someone who wants to give writing a go. I write poetry and books. I can chat to someone who is wanting to write a book and wants motivation and can give resources and clues, have questions asked etc. Please read tutorials on my page.
I would really appreciate it if you could teach me a few things about writing! I have recently started writing a fan fiction and I KNOW there is plenty of room for improvement, mostly with pacing and using expressive words, which you look like you've nailed down! I would be a good student for sure!
I am a horror/drama writer. I do not know much about Fan Fict or any series or online game playing if this is what your books are about. I do fast paced writing fitting in with the horror/drama idea plus also romance as well in there, with mass murder. I am currently editing though taking a break from writing - after many many years of novel writing. I have some time at the moment maybe part of march and until Mid April when I have another course starting. Not sure how we get paired in this project??
I can teach digital coloring/ digital inking techniques. I work with Photoshop for semi realistic/ painted coloring (Example: [link]). I work with Flash CS6 for inking & cell shading gradient coloring (Example:[link]).
Pre-req: a drawing tablet of some sort with pressure sensitivity. Example: [link] Adobe CS4 or better of Photoshop and/or Flash. And that you have a scanned b&w drawing of your own you'd like to digitize/ color or, lineart from someone else you'd like to color. (Please select lineart you have permission to use, like something from [link])
If you'd like to trade teaching, I could use some drawing exercises on human anatomy in not standing & facing straight forward positions. & more for lined anime/cartooning styles than in regards to accurate human figure drawing.
Huh, just came across this today, and this sounds fun. Erm... Nothing on my DA gallery yet, but if anyone would be willing to take a gamble, I'd be happy to teach stuff like character and creature design. I work mostly with photoshop so I suppose I can share some tips and tricks on how to work with the program too. ^^
Ooor, alternatively, if anyone teaching environment design can take under their wing, that would be great!
Awesome! (and thanks for taking the chance!) Sadly though I only have the good old CS version, so although most likely the stuff I know on this one can apply to the newer versions, there would also be some nifty techniques with the newer features I wouldn't know about. Still, I'd be more than happy to share what I can.
And also, rereading my reply I realized it was quite silly of me not to post any of my stuff along with the offer, so um, here you go: [link]. Looking forward to some great teamwork!