Let’s make a portfolio! Advanced Portfolio Prep is a a program that is focused on making portfolios! If you are looking to apply to college or art school within the coming years, this course will be your gateway to developing a strong body of work to submit. Whether you are looking to apply within concept / entertainment design, entertainment arts, illustration or even industrial design, we can create and curate a program for you. Brainstorm has waves of students accepted into degree programs in school such as Art Center College of Design, Otis and more! This program is important it will set you up for success in the coming years of art school and working in the industry! We take it seriously!
Starting: Nov 7, 2018 / OPEN ROLLING ENROLLMENT
Instructor: Andrew Erickson
Andrew has been working as a freelance Concept Artist and Art Director in the video game industry since 2013. With a variation in style and art, he has worked on a wide range of projects with companies like Blizzard, Obsidian, Mattel, Crayola, Adult Swim, mobile game start ups, and even AI companies. He has a bachelors degree in Game Art from Laguna College of Art and Design where he learned concept art and the fundamentals of design. He enjoys sharing his passion of art and design with friends, co-workers, and students.
Wednesday 3pm - 6pm
Limit 15 students / 3 hours per week
$325 per month - 3 month commitment is required
*special promo pricing
Location: 10134 6th St, Unit M, Rancho Cucamonga, 91730
Do not wait, seating is very limited and will fill up quickly.
If you are experiencing check out complications, you can always have us complete the registration for you! All you have to do is email us at email@example.com and let us know which course(s) you would like to register for. You will receive a payment request. Pay and done!
What you can expect to learn:
Build a strong portfolio
Learn more advanced techniques
Apply design in fun projects
Develop further skill building, drawing, painting, render & more
Apply to an amazing art school
Close working relationship with the students