Bucket And Pipeline »
We work so hard on improving our skills in our specific field(s), but...is this REALLY what makes or breaks serious creative projects?
Your Inner Creative Dream-Team »
A healthy creative process requires 4 creative mindsets, 4 different "personalities" we need to constantly switch between. Meet your inner creative dream team!
The Creative Atom »
The one skill that makes an excellent creative process even possible.
Shaun the Sheep: A Case Study »
A quick overview of how I used the 5 elements in storyboarding the episode "Bagpipe Buddy" for Aardman's Emmy awarded "Shaun the Sheep".
The bottom line, and where to go next.
Go*Create - all lessons
Below is the full list of lessons from all 5 courses.
If you’ve already purchased the courses, this should give you a quick and easy way to revisit lessons.
If you haven’t – this is a good place to see some free previews and get a feel for what this is all about. Head on here if you’d like to buy a course: <–Learn more and purchase–>.
A short Introduction Preview »
What can I expect to walk out with after watching this course?
A quick summary of the course (AKA a capture!), and - last thought: if you forget everything else, remember this...
What is Capture »
A 30 seconds exercise that explains what "capturing" actually means.
Why Capture Is Important Preview »
5 reasons that make CAPTURING the most important skill for any professional creative.
- What’s next?
Get Personal »
About the number one mistake people make when they try to Capture.
Capture the Whole »
Capturing with the RIGHT brain.
Capture the Structure »
Capturing with your LEFT brain.
Sprinkle a Few Details »
How to add capture details without loosing clarity and speed.
A few examples showing how to use exaggeration to make your captures more clear.
The Core of the Heart of the Essence »
Moving between different levels of simplification.
- What’s next?
The Dual Engine Preview »
Combining LOGIC with INTUITION (AKA: STRUCTURE and FLOW).
Dry Captures »
An in-depth look at STRUCTURAL captures.
Why Go Dry? »
What makes STRUCTURAL captures great, and when should you use them?
Wet Captures »
An in-depth look at INTUITIVE captures.
Why Go Wet? »
What makes INTUITIVE captures great, and when should you use them?
Is the Left Brain Evil? »
The left brain has a bit of a bad reputation with artists, but - is it really EVIL?
Synergy Techniques »
Synergize your left and right brain using 3 techniques: LAYERING, CLUSTERING, and BLENDING.
- Inspiration In 3 Easy Steps
- Collecting Raw Materials
- Understanding Thinking Patterns
- Get Silly!
- Switch Your Tools
- Use External Triggers
- Group Brainstorming
- Building Concepts
- X On The Map
- The Story So Far
- Don’t Dwell
- The First Idea Trap Preview
- Start Your Search Inside
- Don’t Build Too Many Concepts
- Don’t Mix Your Concepts
- Introduction Preview
- The Problem With Inspiration
- Introduction Preview
- Isn’t this just a BIG giant waste of time Preview
- Wet VS dry exploration
- A quick summary
- Wet exploration: going off stage
- Dry exploration: a block of marbel
- The appspace example
- Guidelines for a good premake
- The heart and soul of the creative process
- Concluding premake
- Set a time frame
- The 4 functions of premake
- Maybe I can use that!
- No excuses – test you vision
- Not a walk in the park Preview
- Don’t fake your premake
- The artist and the critic
- Have something to change
- The critic’s question
- A shopping list
- The fight for objectivity
- Wet scan and dry scan
- Using the premake
- A fenced playground
- Defining the boundaries
- Let your mind lead the way
- Layering wet and dry passes
- A quick overview
- Don’t skip passes
- Work in even passes
- Detect messy passes early
- Stick to your vision