Corel Paint Jam Tomorrow – Come see Karen, Peggy and Me – It will be fun


Hello Everyone,

Tomorrow at 3:00 PM EDT Join Painter Masters Karen Bonaker, Peggy Gyulai, and yours truly…me, for this hands-on, three-part Jam series that covers everything you wanted to know about creating digital art from a traditional artist’s perspective.

Sign up for 1, 2 or all 3 live dynamic sessions that cover the entire artistic creation process—from starting with a blank canvas to creating your final artistic masterpiece.

  • Session 1: Sept. 11, 2013
  • Session 2: Sept. 18, 2013
  • Session 3: Sept. 25, 2013

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Jam Session 1:
Meet the artists

Get to know Skip, Karen and Peggy and find out what fuels their creative process. Each artist will take you on a colorful trip down memory lane as they show and tell how they became professional working artists. Plus, they’ll provide invaluable tips for tackling that blank canvas and avoiding artist’s block.

Date: Wed. Sept. 11, 2013
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. EDT

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Jam Session 2:
Digital Paint Jam!

Watch as Skip, Karen and Peggy paint live. The session will rotate from one Master to another as they collaborate and inspire each other’s progress. Paint along with them and put their Painter knowledge and skills to the test!

Date: Wed. Sept. 18, 2013
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. EDT

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Jam Session 3:
Grand finale

See the finishing touches applied to the Masters’ paintings and learn what challenges they came up against, what brushes they discovered and what lessons they learned that they’ll take with them for their next project. Plus, get some insight into what to do once your work is complete, with topics covering mixed media inspiration, social media and selling your newly created masterpiece!

Date: Wed. Sept. 25, 2013
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. EDT

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NOW FOR THE REAL STORY!

Attend tomorrow and see how I changed from this:

OMGosh...that's circa 1980

OMGosh…that’s circa 1980

to this:

Good grief, what can I say.  HO HO HO I guess.

Good grief, what can I say. HO HO HO I guess.

Hope you can join us on the 11th, 18th, and 25th of September.

Enjoy,

Skip

18 responses to “Corel Paint Jam Tomorrow – Come see Karen, Peggy and Me – It will be fun

  1. Thanks so much for these links Skip, I’m registered for the last 3…missed the first one dagnammit. Love the photos, that pot and you are gorgeous! First time I’m seeing you without white hair…Emms

    • Hey Emms,

      You can still see the first one. There are recordings on the Corel site. LOL…I was so bald I had to make up for it with that long beard. Now I think I am cuter by the ounce. Big Hugs, Skip

    • Hi Carl,

      When you registered, you were given a link and there was a spot that you can check to add to your outlook. If you didn’t do that, then look for a reminder to come in your email about an hour before the meeting, which will have your link in it.

      Skip

  2. can’t wait , so ready to be amazed . signed up for all three . see you soon and thank you for doing this .
    ps : love pottery too .

  3. Hi Skip ;)

    I was sad to here that you weren’t able to attend the first webinar ^^ Never mind, I’ll be here for the 2nd and the 3rd. ^^

    I wanted to ask you a question. I went on the Corel website and saw your video ” Realistic brushes with pro artist Skip Allen”, and in this video you’re using brushes from a category called “Inky Water”. They look fantastic and gave me some ideas, I was wondering if you could tell me where I could find them to practice ;)

    Thank you so much for being such an inspiration ;)

    James

  4. Hi Skip,I’m in the meeting now, but for some reason I’m not able to see the chat. I only have a welcome message on the chat and that there are 16 attendees. Can you advise for the next time?Bettie            http://www.MinerWorksofArt.com 

    • Hi Bettie,
      Go to Webinar is designed for large audiences who remain silent, but can ask questions through a question box. The group doesn’t not have chat functions and cannot see all the questions asked…only those that the organizers answer. The system actually makes for a smoother meeting, but as you noted, you cannot chat with other attendees and the organizers. The organizers could make everyone a panelist, then chat would be available for all, but the chat box then fills up with lots of off topic stuff.
      Everything was working correctly, this time. If you want to send a message to the presenter or organizers…then just type it in the question box. It will be private.
      Hope this helps,
      Skip

  5. Skip,
    I probably will not be able to attend any of the Painter Jam sessions due to work (pesky job!) I have looked for the link to a possible recording of session 1, but maybe it is too early. Please send us a link when the recording becomes available! I do not want to miss a minute :)
    Candace

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