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EXPLODE YOUR STORYTELLING SKILLS
&
LEVEL UP YOUR CAREER





Take your knowledge one step further with our structured courses.


Set up your visual storytelling and drawing foundation with our interactive courses. We cover rarely discussed topics including the film language, shot choices, staging, all while building your own personal style and developing career skills. You’ll find courses and resources that fit your needs at every stage of your career.

Build your storytelling confidence and start landing the entertainment jobs you want!

Learn from artist working at



Laika
Disney
Dreamworks
Lucas Film
Marvel Studio


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Registered members get these benefits:



Access to our Pro Artist Guide with industry info and tips.
Access to our Visual Storytellers United Facebook group.
Join our monthly Live Story Q&A to update you on industry trends.
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Testimonials



Thank you sooooooooooooooo much for funding this community, this is like huge treasure cave! I just watched the video for beginner and learned a lot! I'm too excited now, there are tones of words in my mind, let me start some sketches to calm down myself ^_______^
Thank you again and again!!!!

-Abby Goo

This course has been as informative if not more informative than any class I've taken undergrad or otherwise! I've compiled a mailing list of about 150 animation studios in N. America, Brazil, Europe and Australia. And I still have to add video game companies to that list...but I've gotten some positive comments in just the last few days.
Thanks so much for your time and for your teaching abilities! Every time I come across an excellent teacher I try to absorb how they approach teaching. I hope I can apply your teaching abilities, as well.

-Lincoln Adams

I thought you guys did a great job with the portfolio video because it covered practical methods to actually build a portfolio. Thumbs up on the image editing section with the Adobe software. There are two things in particular that I liked: (1) it was cool how Sergio displayed how quickly storyboards are looked at and (2) I liked hearing the philosophy of "what" should be shown in a book (no words, just images, SHOW THE WORK). I can't speak for others, but I feel that I really learned something from this.

-Tony Lockhart


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