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Tell a story through world building
Environment Concept Design WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
The more you know, the better.
Unleashing your creative potential
Aaron Limonick has been working as a concept artist in entertainment since 2004. He has worked on feature films such as Seventh Son, RIPD, Into the Storm, and Jupiter Ascending, and worked for studios such as LEGO, Disney, Rhythm and Hues, Method Studios, and Mirada. Now, Aaron is working for Sony at Naughty Dog Inc. and has recently worked on The Last of Us and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
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spring TERM Registration
Feb 10, 2020 - Apr 18, 2020
Aaron Limonick is an excellent instructor and I really valued the lectures and individual feedback. I think that is one of the most important benefits that CGMA provides: real feedback and advice from the instructor. Aaron was great and I would absolutely take other courses that he teaches!
Aaron is hands down the best teacher I've ever had. I've learned more from him in 8 weeks than I have at my art college in 2 years. One more reason I'm making the full switch to you guys. Top notch stuff. Great honor to have him as a teacher.
The class was really informative, thank you for all your help!
Aaron was a very articulate and fun instructor, always motivated and motivating! I'll definitively miss him!
Chang Wei Chen
Best course I've taken so far.
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environment design Benefits
What makes this learning experience unique?
Receive personal individual feedback on all submitted assignments from the industries best artist.
1+ Year Access
Enjoy over 365 days of full course access. This includes all lectures, feedback, and Live Q&A recordings.
Certificate of Completion
Earn a Certificate of Completion when you complete and turn in 80% of course assignments.
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