Really liked this course! Learned a lot about the process of making a children's book. Now I feel more confident and motivated to tackle my own project. Thanks, Ryan!
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.
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.
I'm not even starting a business, I just love East Fork and am always interested in getting a peek under the hood of their company. if I was starting a business, this series would be an enormous comfort and guide for me. They pose interesting questions and challenge you. They tell you what to prepare for when launching your own work and do so in an incredibly honest and informative way.
I'm excited to be part of this and see how it can be a great tool for people to study for the ARE and become licensed.
This looks like it could be a great resource for our members who are studying for the ARE.
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.
I like this approach a lot. I'll for sure try it out with my studying.