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My Experience with Class101: It’s awful!

Back in December I saw that an artist I really liked was going to be teaching a class on a site called “Class101.” I had previous experience with these types of sites, using Udemy and hearing of Skillshare, but this was a new one.

So this review is about Class101, a Korean site in which artists or crafters can apply to teach a course to students, usually somewhere like $100-$200 per person to sign up (instructor sets the price). It runs for a set period of time (mine was five months, not sure if this is per course or not), and essentially you watch videos the instructor prepared and do homework assignments that get you closer to earning a Completion status on the class. The instructor is expected to comment on and help students via their homework/comments.

The artist’s colour usage is amazing, so I thought I’d be learning their thoughts on colours and how to use them and I was excited to level up.

Alas, as an intermediate artist, this was the biggest waste of money and I won’t do it again!

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Grand Rapids Comic Con Summer Bash 2021 Artist Alley Review

Once again, Grand Rapids Comic Con is another event I had never been to before! Originally it was slated for November 2020, but then Covid of course happened and then this event split into two – a Summer Bash (was first Spring Fling), and then the actual event in November.
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Dokidokon 2021 Artist Alley Review

Dokidokon 2021 Artist Alley Booth

This was the first time I’ve been to this event. I first came upon hearing Dokidokon when I attended a tiny Halloween con set up by them in 2019. The staff were kind and the area was not too far of a drive, so I decided to apply. I didn’t know what to expect about this, but I had heard it was nice.
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