Why is our Free Sample lesson one of our best?
(Well that’s easy. Because all of our lessons are pretty darn good.)
If you are wondering why would I give away one of my favorite lessons full of insights… in a word: awesomeness. (The term, “awesome”, is admittedly overused by yours truly, but I really can’t help myself) In this instance, I figure if I let you see one of the most powerful lessons in the program, you’ll believe that the entire program is really awesome. Lots of people say it is. I sincerely think you’ll agree once you experience it.
I admit that I was tempted to throw a pretend lesson on here and show off the teaching system rather than the content, or to hide some of the best parts with little teasers. Then I shook it off. I don’t want to be annoying, and that would annoy me if I were you.
So, looking at Shadow Animals, you will see how our system works, but also how we approach the whole idea of teaching art with a lesson full of insights. There’s a Troublespots Tab in each lesson, and for this week, it is more in-depth because we talk about the difference in how our brain processes shadows as opposed to other visual input. This often affects students in a way that causes them to act out negatively. Understanding things like this is so important in protecting the self-worth of young artists.
Some of our lessons are less about insights, and more about technique, or self-expression. All 3 of these skills are woven together week-to-week, and month-to-month, to create a rich tapestry of learning that we think you’ll enjoy being a part of.
Thanks for visiting ArtSquish. Tap the link above and take a good look: at this lesson, the support materials, and the ArtSquish teaching system. There is nothing else like it.
I believe the world needs happy artists!