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Choosing Your Quote2:24
Design Elements and Principles9:27
Digital Rendering / Final Words9:10
About This Class
Mete invites you to explore visual emotion and expression with a quote that’s truly meaningful to you. In this 50 minute class, you’ll learn step-by-step how to find that perfect phrase and express it with a single emotion. We will incorporate cartooning and acting techniques to find the best possible way of interpreting an emotive phrase. This class is perfect for anyone who wants to expand their creative thinking beyond graphic design and into a means of creative expression. Prior knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign is required. By the end, you’ll have an awesome poster that’s totally unique to you and shareable with the Skillshare class.
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I'm not a professional so I really liked the approach Mete took here - good instruction and pace.
I highly recommend this class. Mete's video presentations are very clear. The Design Elements and Principles segment is a great summary of design concepts. Yet for me the best thing about the class was Mete's feedback. He responded to each person/project individually and offered helpful suggestions with enthusiastic encouragement.
Calligrapher & Designer
This was my very first skillshare workshop and I LOVED IT! Mete did a great job teaching all the concepts. Everything was very easy to follow and fun to do. It was my first time tackling nearly everything that was presented in this class, but I made out quite well because the teaching was excellent. The best part was certainly the prompt feedback that Mete provided. He was quick to give suggestions and encouragement. I really felt like I could tackle these new concepts if I just put my mind to it... and I did! A big high five to an excellent teacher! I'm looking very forward to signing up for more classes and workshops in the future. I'm really encouraged!
Mais oui, mon cheri!
Mete Erdogan is a Melbourne born, New York based designer and
art director at Saatchi NY. He’s been involved in projects such as The
Celibacy Challenge, recently added to MoMa’s permanent archive
and currently shortlised for two Cannes awards. Mete has written
and published a graphic novel about Melbourne’s suburban train line
titled ‘Melburbia’ and is about to release his newest title based on the
Eavesdropper series ‘Eavesdropper: Overheard on the Streets’. His
work has exhibited globally in Taiwan, Italy, Australia and the USA.