Bryan Mark Taylor: The Master's Mind
DVD Length: 5 Hours
“Travel Into the Minds of
Great Artists and Discover How
They Rose to a Level of
Unsurpassed Mastery ...
And How You, for the First Time
Ever, Can Put Their Level of
Genius Into Your Own Artwork”
Now You Can Speed Your Progress as a Painter More Than Ever Before by Using a Newly Discovered Art Learning Technique That Will Save You Thousands of Hours of Frustration
Do you know how and why master painters become masters? For hundreds of years it’s been believed to be all about investing tens of thousands of hours in practice.
But a new, historic breakthrough discovery immediately shuts down the idea that you need thousands of hours to become a master.
In fact, the new discovery is embarrassingly simple, and will probably irritate those who spent thousands of hours learning only to find out there is a better and faster way to achieve master status as an artist.
If you think this sounds too good to be true, we thought so too. That is, until we saw it in action from artist Bryan Mark Taylor, who has devoted the last few years of his life learning about… well… learning about learning.
When we saw it, we realized it would revolutionise how artists learn and could change the art world forever.
Imagine how the art world would change if you and others did not have to devote a lifetime to achieving master status.
We know you will stop at nothing in your quest to become a better painter. We have all invested an incredible amount of time, money, and energy attending classes and workshops, gone on shopping sprees to buy better paint brushes, easels, and canvases (and more!) — and many of us have even flown thousands of miles to learn from a master artist one-on-one.
Now please don’t misunderstand, there is NOTHING wrong with any of these things — it’s all part of the experience of achieving a higher level of success with painting, something we all want and take very seriously.
But there is something missing in that mix of painting supplies, learning, practicing, and everything else you do to reach your goals as an artist, whether as a hobbyist or a professional.
What is that piece you’re missing? Once you find out, you will be shocked that you didn’t know this before, because it will seem so obvious. But please don’t beat yourself up — it’s not your fault! It’s something art schools don’t teach, instructors don’t know, and even some highly successful artists didn’t know to do this in their own struggle to get to the top.
The Missing “Thing”
What is that “thing” you’re missing? Well, hold tight because we’re about to tell you the magic answer.
First, though, it’s more important for you to understand what is happening because you’re missing this “thing” — it will make the answer so much more clear once we reveal it to you.
Think of Your Art as a Jigsaw Puzzle
Have you ever been down to the final few pieces of a puzzle you’re working on, and you just know there are not enough pieces left to complete it? Without those last few critical pieces, you may never get to enjoy that feeling of exhilaration when you stand back, take a proud look, and say, “Ahhhhh, I did it!”
This same feeling can happen in your painting, sculpting, or other artwork. You can learn lots of different techniques, practice like crazy, and still feel let down when you can’t quite get the work where you want it to be. The feeling that comes when your art projects don’t turn out the way you envisioned them can be frustrating — so much so that you’ll spend even more time trying to fix it, set it aside, or just throw it away. All of this is time-consuming and will lessen your enthusiasm for your artwork.
You May Think You’ve “Lost It”
After several disappointments, you may begin to believe you’ve lost your magic touch for art. This is where hobby artists might just move on to another hobby. If you are a professional artist making a living from your art, the feeling of “I’ve lost it” can be especially devastating.
But “I’ve lost it” isn’t true — it just means you’ve reached your peak of knowledge and skill. To remedy this, you might start the frantic cycle of attending more classes, signing up for more workshops, and going on more shopping trips for supplies.
Trust us, this isn’t the answer. The answer lies in the way you learn new information, techniques, and methods of creating your artwork.
Stop the Madness!
Today we’re going to reveal to you how to stop the madness and get to the real reason we all hit a brick wall in our creativity.
You are about to discover how Bryan Mark Taylor’s cutting-edge, transformational methods can help you rise high above the mark of mediocrity, where other artists will just stay stuck.
In The Master’s Mind, Bryan will lead you on a journey to discover the secrets of mastery by showing you how to accelerate your learning process and focus your attention. You’ll quickly discover that the skills of a master painter are well within your grasp.
Take a look at this short video and see just some of what you'll experience with Bryan Mark Taylor.
In this innovative video, Bryan will demonstrate six detailed exercises that will guide you along the path to artistic excellence.
Watch and participate as Bryan:
- Explains, in easy-to-understand terms, how the human brain best learns. It’s amazing and important science that you must know to achieve mastery.
- Shows you how the eyes and the brain work together to interpret what you see — not just the obvious objects, but what an artist needs to see in order to create paintings that you and others will find strikingly appealing. Without this, your paintings may never get beyond mediocrity.
- Reviews the “hard skills” that are necessary for every artist to know — this knowledge alone will allow you to become a better painter and to paint more quickly, producing more paintings than ever. You will no longer struggle with the frustrations you may be having now, just by understanding and applying these hard skills.
- Reveals the real truth behind some of the myths and inaccurate “rules” that artists have learned, either through formal education, workshops and classes, or from other artists — these faulty rules are holding you back, and once you know the truth, your mind and your skills will open up to new and amazing ways of learning and applying what you already know and what you will learn in the future.
- Explains exactly why you’ll hit plateaus and what you can do to quickly move on — every artist hits these plateaus, but now you’ll have the skills you need to move forward.
- The number one thing you must do before you go to bed so that you wake up feeling refreshed and inspired the next morning ... you’ll never have “mind block” again!
- Gives you the best tips ever to avoid complacency and stagnation — the magic is in changing the way you think and how you learn. It’s all here!
- Puts each new learning technique he presents into action so that you can both hear and see exactly what he means and how to do it — the concept of learning more quickly and efficiently is probably new to most of us, and Bryan teaches it in a way that makes it stick!
- And so much more!
Think about it — you’ve been doing the best you can with what you know, and maybe you’ve gotten to a place of feeling stuck and just can’t get beyond it. Don’t worry, it’s not your fault — you’ve just been limited in your capacity to learn new and different things. You were taught a specific way to learn, and you’ve done that.
Until you actually see how to learn differently, you won’t be able to get past the point of being stuck. By allowing Bryan to show you new and better ways to learn, you’ll quickly move beyond these barriers and think and do things more quickly and efficiently.
Bryan is a highly accomplished artist, and in this video he focuses on how the six exercises he will take you through can help you become a better painter. But this information can be adapted and applied by anyone who wants to master what they do in their lives — everything from learning how to study in school to becoming a world-class musician. You will definitely want to have others watch this video with you.
New and Different
This is a very different type of video than we have ever produced before. It will help you build a strong foundation so that as you learn more about painting by taking classes and workshops and watching instructional videos, you will retain the information better. This will allow you to more easily apply your new knowledge and skills, and help you become the level of painter you’ve always wanted to be.
You will want to watch this video over and over as you practice each exercise Bryan demonstrates for you — that is the key to getting past your current level of skill, as well as your current ability to learn new information.
Don’t suffer one more day with creative block, or mind block. You will be amazed at how simple it is to become a better learner and put this information to use right away. You will wish you knew this stuff years ago, but it’s not too late! Just as you’ll hear Bryan say in the video, “You CANteach an old dog new tricks!”
The Road to Becoming a Master
We all want to be better painters.We all want to grow to a higher level. We all want to achieve the level of master painter.
Before now, it was about putting in thousands of hours of painting mileage. But these discoveries have proved that it’s not about time, it’s about one simple technique. And Bryan has created six important exercises that will help you speed your path to master level using this technique.
||Good advice on learning to paint better
|in The Masters Mind DVD Mr. Taylor shows viewers a way to improve the quality of their representational painting. He maintains that anyone can master painting skills by practicing each skill in a focused way for at least eight weeks. He demonstrates how to practice in six skill areas: dynamic spacing for better compositions; linear perspective; depicting light and shadow; creating an illusion of atmosphere; improving by copying master paintings; and using master paintings as inspiration for original work. In the course of demonstrating each of these skills, Mr. Taylor provides tips on learning and improving that he says are drawn from the latest research on peak performance, tips such as
**Practice a skill for an hour a day for eight weeks before you should expect to master it and
**Find a sponsor in the sense of Alcoholics Anonymous to report to frequently on your compliance with your own practice program.
I found a great deal of value in this DVD. I would give it 5 stars if the content were better labeled. The index to the chapters in the DVD have unrevealing titles like Demonstration 2 instead of Light and Shade: Painting Clouds. The learning tips are scattered throughout his lectures, but never collected in one place. He provides no lists of important ideas or techniques, no references for the books and authors he recommends. This is ironic since chunking is one of the improvement techniques he recommends.|