Very useful course. Really puts you to practice. I learned a lot and feel encouraged to continue. Reviewing other peer's work was inspiring and gave me fresh ideas about what I could have done better.
I'm so happy i did this course. Gail, you're amazing and you made my imagination go wild with just your words. I can see you love your craft and that's very inspiring. Enjoyed this course all the way!
par Saúl E T H•
I liked it, is very creative, but is much teory and a bit confusing
I learned a few interesting methods for helping my imagination run
par Utku K•
Good course, maybe more detailed information would be better.
par Nicole S•
Very good course for the amount of time they spend with you.
par Kaiva J•
Loved it. More non graded assignments would have been great.
par Marie A•
I started 2 Hours ago.... it's amazing, such good teachers !
par Daniel M•
Nice lectures and assignments. Also provided good resources
par Tabitha A J•
Loved the Course! Enjoyed Working on the Assignments!
par Thasni T•
I love this course because it made me think a lot❤️
par Julia R•
Great course if you want to practice image making!
par Hung C F F•
Pretty informative on the subject, inspiring also
par Aditi A•
amazing courses, learnt a lot about imagemaking!
par Naomi M H•
Great methods for development.
par Khan Z A•
Had a great time learning
par Joy S•
Good, practical course
par Maria T G•
Challenging and great!
par chathrapathi n k•
really a great course
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par Alexandra K M•
I't was good
par Passant M T•
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par Sister E B•
This course gave a great opportunity to explore one's creativity, with assignments that didn't require us to have skills in particular types of graphic expression. However, I also found that it didn't give me the richness of principles and techniques that I've found in other courses in this sequence. I expect that, for an in-person course, this instructor gives individualized feedback that provides that content. In a peer review situation, the feedback is quite general and so doesn't take up the slack from the lectures. I suggest that Coursera work with the instructor to retain the current content, but produce much richer lectures that have concepts and principles which students can put into practice even after the course ends.