After a successful first-run of classes at K&M SOPA, I am working on revamping much of the curriculum.
In addition to the courses already offered, I am thrilled to announce that in 2016 I will be offering classes on The Artiste.
I will be teaching courses aimed at helping new owners/users to understand the main functions of the HUD and palette.
New users will create ‘working models’ for reference for various abilities of the HUD and palette. These ‘working models’ are invaluable when working solo to re-create Artiste abilities.
In addition, Yummy will be teaching ‘Master’ level courses on various topics, including advanced features like the Thrower, Grouping functions, and Dance Diva.
Yummy has been writing a series of Tutorial articles on the Artiste to explain some of its capabilities and the thought process behind its creation.
In case you’ve missed them, you can find them under the ‘Product Reviews‘ page of the blog.
Tomorrow marks the start of the sale of the new Artiste product combos, which Yummy wrote about in Tutorial #1.
For those interested in a taste of what the Artiste can do, you can now purchase the following:
A-50: 1 NOCOPY/NOTRANS/MOD HUD $5,000L
A-75: 1 NOCOPY/NOTRANS/MOD HUD & COPY/MOD Palette $7,500L
A-100: 2 NOCOPY/NOTRANS/MOD HUDs & COPY/MOD Palette $10,000L
The A-50, A-75, and A-100 are only guaranteed valid From December 1st, 2015 thru December 31st, 2015.
I am having to re-educate myself on some of the functions, because Yummy is constantly developing and adding to its capabilities. (Such a wonderful problem to have, right?!)
Once I have finished creating the curriculum, I will open registration for K&M SOPA classes, including those on the Artiste. I anticipate that will happen mid to late December, with the classes actually beginning in January 2016.
In addition to the Artiste classes, I will also again be offering courses on choreography, dance tools, set building, etc.
What new skills would you like to gain in the new year?