Friday, June 14, 2013

Teaching at SKILLSHARE.


Recently I was invited to teach a on-line class at Skillshare Skillshare is a global community where you can learn real-world skills from incredible teachers. There you can find all different types of classes so you can enhance your skills in particular subjects of your interest. I think it's a wonderful opportunity to learn a great deal from talented artists and paying such a reasonable price. The classes range from $5 dollars a class to $20.

I'm really excited with this opportunity and can't wait to see what my students will come up with. I will be teaching a storyboarding class. The focus will be the following: "Storyboard a favorite story from your life." It will be a very casual class where the focus will be structure and character for each student's assignments.

Please see the link below for more information.

I'm looking forward in seeing what story of your life you will share with us!


Michael Barquero said...

cool- so there

Alex_Munguia said...

Oops - might have enrolled twice. ... Looking forward to it. quick question- since you work at Disney. Are you familiar with animated buzz? I believe one of your fellow coworkers started up the site. ---err I guess I could look you up on there myself.

Leo Matsuda said...

Michael- great! Can't wait to work with you!

Alex- Thank you so much for enrolling! Yes, I' m familiar with animated buzz. He is my colleague from CalArts. He still has the website running but now it is some sort of Facebook. Its a really cool site. Check it out!!

katie smith said...

AWESOME! This is so neat. Looking forward to signing up!!

andreas schuster said...

Signed up and exited! Super nice that its affordable, thanks for doing that!

Adam said...

Wow cool! I just got the heads up from an animation friend of mine. Skillshare sounds great, as does this class...I'm in!

Alex K said...

Signed up, I'm really excited I've admired your art and hilarious stories for awhile so I'm really thankful you're offering this. : )

Matthias G said...

Hi, I also signed, thought I would be really stupid to let this opportunity pass... So I'm very much looking forward to the start of the class I am curious what we will learn!

Alex said...

Hi Leo! I've been a big fan of your blog for some time, so this opportunity to learn sounds fantastic. I was just wondering, will you be providing personalized feedback to student assignments, or do students get any feedback from you? Thanks!

Jurgen said...

This is great, I'm signing up! I find my characters tend to be static and I really like the sense of motion you're able to get into yours--I'm hoping a little of that will rub off!

Tammie Lee said...

your class sounds wonderful.

Is it taught through videos or a print out?

Leo Matsuda said...

Thank you everyone that signed up to my class. I'm looking forward to it too!!

Tammie: Thank you for your interest in the class. It will be mostly done through video tutorials and a couple of videos of me explaining a bit about the process.

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Tammie Lee said...

hi Leo,
so kind of you to respond, thank you!

Iris Quinn@Doctoral Programs said...

Thank you for the link; that is a really useful website. Hopefully there are a lot of interesting life stories from a wide range of people. I think that this would be a great way for potential beginners to learn a lot of useful information about how to draw well.

tek! said...

20 bucks is practically for free!
So generous of you to share the knowledge.

Cyndi Walker said...

Just signed up. Can't wait!

Sean Worsham said...

I just signed up I can't wait. Is this live or is this pre recorded?

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