Robbie opened the session in the morning in which I didn't manage to catch, (Coz premiere screwed my Video presentation) but I was able to talk to him upon arrival and get some tips too. One of our problems is landing a "3 hour talk", (Both of us only did An hour & half) but heck i just followed my outline and did my thing.
As I took center stage, I noticed the flood of students in the seminar and was a bit surprised too, but then its that passion to give and I know I had message to share, One of the important parts is bringing the art back in "vectors" through originality and having a unique style and approach. Not aiming for realistic copies but bringing their uniqueness and personality int the art.
Bottom line is, its quite succesful (also thanks to some "beki" hits in which Im fond of doing)
As a bonus, I gave away 2 framed prints of my artwork namely "diwata" and "pound for pound king" through a game which one lucky dude and dudette nailed, after the seminar you can now guess its all cam-whoring sessions and autographs which I really enjoyed.
I get to share my personal dillema's in freelancing too, which everyone is quite a bit curious of, plus some protips on landing clients and starting out. So all i can say is that everything is a fun and learning experience not just for the students but yours truly.
with that said, I end this blog post till next talk gurl!~
PS. Special thanks for Kiko on the shots! http://kikodedios.tumblr.com/