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Tristan Lovell

Instructor in training

United-States
Location:
 Antelope Valley, California, USA

About Tristan

“I have been an artist ‘at heart’ for as long as I can remember. I have and had a dream to create, conceptually design, and storyboard my own Anime (Japanese Animation). I grew up mesmerized by the beautiful animations and incredible stories that Anime contains such as Princess Mononoke, Akira, and Wolf Children. I had one major problem though…. I couldn’t draw a stick figure to save my life, so mesmerizing animation art seemed well beyond my wildest dreams.

Then I stumbled upon DrawPJ and the Cindy Wider Method, just over a year ago. I was instantly drawn in by the stark difference between the before and after images of students who had successfully completed the online course. The results were simply outstanding! I signed up nearly immediately and began my wonderful Art Journey. Fast forward a year later, and I have made more progress than I thought possible in my life time. I CAN DRAW!! The freedom this brought me is beyond words. I am actually on my way to achieving my dream of creating Anime!

Not only that, I was offered the rare privilege of becoming an in-person and online teacher of the DrawPJ course. The very idea that I could help people realize art dreams that they themselves thought were impossible is immensely fulfilling to me!

I am very much looking forward to helping you accomplish your dreams through DrawPJ as Cindy did for me!”

Biography

I attended Claremont McKenna College, a top-ranking liberal arts college in California from 2010 to 2012, where I met my best friend Kenneth Warner. In 2012, we dropped out of college together to start a social good company called FuzeUs, which is now over 4 years old! At FuzeUs, we utilize and enhance socially responsible cause marketing partnerships between Non-Profits and Brands! I am chiefly responsible for product development and the technology behind our brand. With FuzeUs, we intend to make a true and lasting impact on our world by enabling Non-Profits to have much easier access to corporate money, awareness, and lasting constituents that support them for a lifetime!

When I am not fully encompassed in my work at FuzeUs trying to make a difference, I am teaching children about S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) through motorized LEGO® builds from another company I co-own, this one with my mother Carol, called Bricks 4 Kidz Santa Clarita. In our first three months, we managed to help raise the level of education regarding S.T.E.M. for 126 children! And we are just getting started!

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