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Friday, April 15, 2011

Mesa Community College Video Contest: Declare Success Your Major


The school I’m attending, Mesa Community College is having a video contest: Declare Success Your Major. Current students were invited to create a video on how MCC has positively impacted their future.

I’m having a VERY good experience there, so creating a video on that topic wasn't difficult.

MCC offers some 200 degree programs!! I’m working towards finishing both a Fine Arts and Digital Illustration degrees. I used that experience as a foundation for my video, talk about the school and show a lot of my artwork for various classes. Towards the end I include personal work I’ve digitally painted using my Wacom Intuos Tablet and Sketchbook Pro software.

If you’re thinking about attending school, or know someone who is, you can get a fantastic education at MCC and save a truckload of money too. I talk more about all that in the video.

I hope you enjoy the video and if you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments section here.

Or see the video directly on YouTube




UPDATE:  I won First Prize and $500.00 for my video!!  Yeah!


Video: Copyright 2011, Jeff Curtis, All Rights Reserved

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  1. I love it! You have always had such a great work ethic, Jeff. I'm really digging where you went with those Illustrator pieces from Chris' class.

  2. Hi Josh...I was looking over old comments and saw that although I replied to you on Facebook around this time last year...I'd overlooked doing it here. So a big thank you for stopping by and checking that video out a year ago spring. Thanks for your encouragement to take Illustrator from Chris way back when in painting class...recently I've used it for two commissions. :)