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Lesson 8

8. Brains over Brawn

  • instructor

- Ash Thorp

  • apprentice

- Jama Jurabaev

  • apprentice
  • learn squared

- Florian Aupetit

  • apprentice
  • learn squared

- Tim Zarki

You should always strive to be a part of your client’s brain, and not strictly their hands. To wrap things up, Ash will recap his best practices for managing artist/client relationships. Learn how and why you should carefully present your work to preserve the quality within.



Utilizing the techniques from this lesson, create one (1) website mockup to showcase your work from this course.

Extra Credit

Create two (2) unique website mockups and one (1) client presentation to showcase your work from this course.

Student Gallery

tons of workflow crap and programs i would have never thought of trying.... PEEP DATTT!!!1

- beeple

Hey folks, I would like to start by saying how much I love this course. I have a full time job and a big family so I opted to take the learn square POWER of 2 option so I can learn at my own pace. I am however planing to animate this piece to a complete finished animation. Have look and send me your thoughts. Thank you.

This project is a humble homage to one of the most respected pieces of science fiction literature ever written.

To illustrate the visually rich symbology, emotional innuendo, and overall ideology the author originally intended, this fully animated piece accompanied by a personalized score executed as a conceptual title sequence.

With words from Frank Herbert’s timeless classic, DUNE - “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer…,” we challenged ourselves to bring this visualization to life and hope you enjoy it as much as we had producing it.

Jason Scuderi - Director / Producer / CG Artist / Animation
Jae Bordley - Music / Sound Design

tons of workflow crap and programs i would have never thought of trying.... PEEP DATTT!!!1

- beeple

Did not know where else to place this but here is my Final Project for main title design with Ash.

Lessons in this Course

Software Used: 
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Bridge
Optional Software: 
Font Explorer, Mind Node, Adobe InDesign, Cinema 4D Studio R16, Octane Render, Marvelous Designer