***Update - Dec 26 2017***Now you can get the full tutorial with all the games for $0+ in the "Standard Bundle".
There is now a "Mentorship Bundle" for $35+ which gives you access to a 4 hour session of online personal mentoring.
**Update 1 - Dec 10 2016***
Facebook page is up! fb.me/ZeddarthaDrawPlay
You can come here to post your game doodles, or questions about the tutorial. I'll do my best to give feedback and answers.
It'll also be a good place to check out other players results and give each other feedback.
Also if you bought the Adventure Bundle, I made a post where you can put up your answer and claim the secret bonus reward. :)
Art making is supposed to be full of creativity, joy and unicorns that poop icecream, right?
Then why is it so frustrating sometimes? I offer my theory and solution in this fun tutorial.
Here's a preview for the first 3 videos:
Artists are hungry, for improvement, for recognition, which is good because it can keep them moving forward; it's also bad because this hunger can be insatiable.
You might feel satisfied for a while after you learn a new technique, finish your best drawing ever, or even get what you imagined was your dream job, but eventually it all kind of fades back into the ever lasting normality of every day life. And we have to go towards the next goal post.
I think it's because we're trying to get "there", a place where there is no more frustration and we can be eternally putting out amazing, satisfying drawings forever. A place where we can finally feel like a "real artist" and not worry that one day suddenly everyone will realize we have no idea what we're doing and lock us up! Sounds good, problem is, so far I havn't met anyone who knows just exactly where "there" is or how to get there!
After struggling for a while, one can't help but wonder: "Am I doing the same thing over and over expecting different results?"
At some point you might just have to try something else.
Go back to basics, to even more basic than basics, and try a different way of looking at art in general.
If you could see art making not as a battle to be won, an enemy to be conquered, a grind, what would happen?
Can you get back to why you started to draw in the first place? When you were able to do it without forcing myself? When you could come up with ideas all the time, and you havn't learned to be anxious or afraid of the result yet?
The tutorial will help you examine the root of your creative motivation, what might be blocking your progress, and propose playing games of drawing as a solution.
Who is this tutorial for?
-Art students in school who want to decide their area of focus.
-Self taught art hobbists who want to become more dedicated artists.
-Working Artists in search of their unique style or voice.
-Artists who are frustrated, art blocked or procrastinating in their creative endeavor.
-Someone who wants to start learning drawing
What are the potential benefits of this tutorial?
-Break art blocks
-Build a drawing habit
-Develop your original style and content
-Get into the flow with more ease
-Have less stress and fear associated with drawing
What do I need to get the most out of this tutorial?
-Pen and paper OR Digital drawing/painting app such as Photoshop, Painter, Sketchbook, Procreate
-Some basic drawing skills or a healthy doodling habit
The tutorial is available in 2 tiers or packages.
You can get the whole lesson about having fun, being more creative and less stressed from the main tutorial "Standard" Bundle.
1. "Stanrdard Bundle"
+Main tutorial video
+Game Package x 4
+Challenges x 12 Per Game
2. "Mentorship Bundle": $35+ (Limited of 3 Sales)
+All contents from previous tier
+Challenges x 12 Per Game
Online mentoring session with Ze (4 hours)
Google hangout, skype, or similar platform:
-in depth talk on theory and best practices for gamifying art making and art learning
-artworks and portfolios review and feedback for attendees(Up to 3)
Attendees will vote on a time that works best for the majority. Anyone who cannot attend the live session can send their questions, requests and any artworks for review before hand.
A recording will also be made available afterwards.
Buyers of Mentorship Bundle will be contacted directly to arrange for a time slot for the workshop.
*Challenges or Game templates are loose scribbles which you're asked to turn into a drawing of a head, creature, vehicle or robot, following the example and demo of a particular game demo.
**The following Game Packages are in the works and will be released in the coming weeks and months, as they're completed:
You're Drunk, Go Home - Recommended for 2+ player
Polish The Turd - Recommended for 4+ player
Clean it Up - Recommended for 4+ player
Robot Vs Monster - Recommended for 6+ player
Pictionary - Recommended for 4+ player
Pictionary Comic - Recommended for 4+ player
Pencil vs Pencil - Recommended for 2+ player
Fusion - Recommended for 2+ player
Golden Eye - Recommended for 4+ player