For a long time, I’ve had an idea that I would like to teach art in some form.
Sure, I’m still studying art, but that doesn’t mean I don’t already have a lot to teach people. I think I’ll always have more to learn, but you don’t have to wait until you’re an ‘expert’ to start teaching others. There is always someone less experienced who can learn a lot from you.
So I want to start developing some sort of art training platform, where I can share my skills and help people become better artists.
I started another blog last year along those lines, but I never had a clear vision, and I didn’t have time to commit to it fully, so I eventually abandoned it. Here’s one video I made for that blog. Not so much a tutorial as a drawing demonstration. You can browse a few others on my YouTube channel.
Help Me to Help You
This is the part where I need your help. I’m still not entirely sure what sort of platform I want to create, what format the instruction will take, or even whether to present it here, or on its own separate site. So I’m looking for some feedback.
I have some ideas, but they are based on what kind of resource I think I would have found useful a few years ago. Obviously my needs are different from everyone else’s, so I wouldn’t want to spend months developing a product that I think is great, only to find that nobody wants it.
So to begin with, I’m just looking for a general expression of interest.
- Are you interested in learning to draw and paint?
- Would you consider taking an online art course?
- Is there any particular aspect of learning to draw and paint that you struggle with?
- Have you ever looked for a particular kind of art instruction but been unable to find it?
- Would you like to see occasional art instruction posts here on Right Brain Rockstar?
Any feedback or suggestions you have would be gratefully received. Please leave a comment below, or if you want to be informed of any developments, you can sign up for my newsletter.