Brandon Thomas Art, LLLP copyright 2016
So this question keeps coming up. " Do you want to become the best artist you can be?" or the phrase "becoming the best" what does this question and phrase mean to you? As I read these articles from another company, I can clearly see they are trying run a smear campaign. Trying to degrade other artist and instructors, some that has come right out of their own company. All for that "almighty" buck! Trying to push a "membership" or "art" course, that can cost you hundreds if not thousands of dollars the time you pay for the program, supplies and what other items they can push on you, before you even get ANY instructional materials. They call YouTube artist "amateurs" and "rookies" they even go on to talk down to folks that are in Facebook painting groups and again the word "amateurs" come up. Here is a quote from there article.
"It is interesting to see how many different painting groups are on Facebook. What is even more interesting is that the same people sign up for many groups. They seem to spend more time poking around when they could be painting. Amateurs make up most of these groups. Those groups aren’t a source of advice. Most groups just post pleasant pictures. Comments like “Wow!”, “Impressive!”, and “Awesome!” don’t help you learn to paint!"
Now the person writing these articles isn't even an artist. He is simply a "marketeer" (marketer)so what is a "marketeer" well according to merriam-webster.com a marketeer is-