I like this approach a lot. I'll for sure try it out with my studying.
This is not the first class I've attended for illustrating children's books, but I must say that I learned a few things here as well. You have great handouts and the templates will be useful. I especially liked how you pointed out pros and cons about self-publishing.
If their was a perfect study guide for my generation, this is probably going to be it. It has characters, a storyline, has the info I need, and is available on my phone. Even though I'm nervous about taking the division tests, I think this will be a big help.
Ryan's class is a valuable start to creating a children's book. His easy-going brief style introduces you to the basics and it's easy to get going from there. A great course - well worth your time.
What has me really excited is the strong recognition that architects come from different backgrounds. This is the first time I've seen this included in an educational platform for architecture and I think it's about time.
This looks like it could be a great resource for our members who are studying for the ARE.
Loved this deep-dive into the backstory and inner workings of East Fork. The content provided a lot of thought-provoking questions that can serve as guidance for those straddling the hobby/business line.
This Guide is going to bring something new to the table. I've used Black Spectacles and other resources but none of them really make you excited to study and accomplish your goals. Sure, they provide the information but that's it. Remy & Ray's Guide looks like it be not only useful but also fun. Who knew this was possible with study materials?
We all know studying for the ARE while balancing life and work can be challenging. However, timely decisions, smart work and a little bit of guidance can help you cross the finish line.Read More