Episode 17: How to Work With Art Directors
Zombie Rhythm last edited by
and for the music... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh3t2QuxTZA
daviesdesignated last edited by
Hi Jake, in the ep you mentioned that it would be publihed the first week of December.
But i can't see a post schedule anywhere on the site? Is there a way to know when the next episode will be posted?
I just put the new episode on but I don't know if it's my docking that's getting messed up or not, I can barely hear Jake. Do you guys have the same problem?
demotlj last edited by
@sas I didn’t have any problems. I was listening to it on my phone.
@demotlj I shall give it a try on my phone. Thank you!
Jason Bowen last edited by
@jake-parker Why dont you upload your podcasts to youtube too. Might get you more listeners.
cgordon last edited by
@sas Me too, listened to it in my car and I missed 3/4 of what Jake said. His audio was super low for some reason.
Also yes SVS please do SPACE FARM as a contest!
Debra Garcia last edited by
I actually loved the buffer music, until I watched some Better Help videos about mental health, and they use the exact same track. Lol. A new video would start playing, and for a split second I'd get excited to hear you guys, and then I remembered I was starting a video about C-PTSD.
I have a couple of ideas for topics:
Actually choosing which art idea to explore. I have no shortage of ideas, all very diverse. But I can't seem to be able to just pick one or two and stick to it. Also, I love several different mediums and styles, and I can't seem to be able to choose which one to settle on for a concept I have. Should I draw that series of images in graphite, ink, digitally, with colored pencils, I'llwith vector shapes, more realistic, or really graphic? Should I paint it? With watercolor or acrylic, or alcohol ink? Too many options makes for a stressed self-learner.
I would really love to hear from part-time illustrators, especially if they're a stay at home mom, or even better, a homeschooling mom. Those two things are higher on my priority list, but abandoning my dream of making children's books does not sound like the right choice. How can you make the time when you're not going to be the bread winner?
burvantill last edited by
I just heard the music for the 2018 podcasts in a commercial for The Good Feet.
So glad you changed it.