Frequently asked questions
I'm enrolled - how do I find my course?
We recommend you bookmark the school site: http://layne-johnson-studio.teachable.com
Once you're signed in, you can click on 'My Courses' to view all courses that you're enrolled in.
I can't log in! It says my email address is already in use. What's happening?
When you visit the site, you have two options, "Sign Up" or "Login." Sign up is only for new accounts. Look for the "login" option to access your existing account.
I've forgotten my password!
Click the "reset password" option below the login form to reset your password. You'll received an email to reset your password. If it doesn't seem to work, contact us to manually reset your password: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm having trouble viewing the videos. What should I do?
There are three things that normally are the culprit. Try these before contacting us for help:
Be aware that the videos were recorded in HD and will require a longer loading time due to the higher quality of the video.
If you are still having trouble, please email email@example.com with a description of the problem and we will work on resolving the issue.
Can I share my work from the class on social media?
I'd love for you to share the painting that you’ve done during the course, I do ask though that you give credit to the learning source by using our hashtag #PaintingDramaticClouds.
Can I share the course material?
A lot of time, expense, thought and care went into creating all the material for this course and sharing any of its copyrighted course content online or elsewhere is prohibited.
The course material is intended only for those individuals who have registered and paid for the Painting Dramatic Clouds course or any other course in the school. Thanks for understanding!
Can the painting I do in this course be sold or exhibited?
The painting done from videos in the course should not be sold or exhibited and here’s why. The copyrighted painting featured in the course is for learning purposes only. The inspiration and design for the painting is the creative property of Layne Johnson. In addition, competitions generally prohibit submitting paintings completed as part of a workshop or class.
Take what you learn from the class and create a new painting that's unique and all your own!