Yeah, I just finished the environment design 1 class a week ago, sure was a blast! I really recommend them over any art school because in CGMA you really get to learn straight from the professionals, and it is not as costly either.
And thanks! Yeah, did some softening with round brush but also used quite much a textured round brush.
Actually, I was thinking in taking most part of my education there, so I've been looking for reviews about the classes and they are all pretty good. I left art school this year because it, well... sucks. It's really not adapted to what I want to do (and probably you too) so CGMA could be a great option.
No problem! Sorry for the late reply. CGMA is indeed pretty good choice, but it is also good to back it up with some other sources if you are planning to go on the complete self-learning route. Here's a good post about it, hopefully you find it useful: medium.com/i-m-h-o/138c5efd45e...
Yes I already read this post before, thanks. Noah's one of my favourite artists and I agree with him on that, despite the cost of art school in Europe (in my case) is quite low, I just don't like it. Are you gonna take another class soon?