Illustrators Will Terry, Lee White, and Jake Parker talk about illustration, how to do it, how to make a living at it, and how to make an impact in the world with your art.
Are There Shortcuts To Making Great Art?
This episode was tailor-made for our Critique Arena contestants, but there are lessons applicable to most beginning illustrators here -- namely, what are the common illustration mistakes that hold your art back, and what shortcuts can you take to make great art? This week, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry do a deep dive the common pitfalls that beginning artists fall into and offer their solutions.
Should You Work With A Small Publisher?
This week, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry take on listener questions — should you work with a small publisher, and what red flags should you look for? Should you track all your ideas and inspirations? Should you do spec work? Should you get more training if you already have an art following? Listen on as we tackle these questions and get you practical answers!
Slowing It Down
What is the Slowvember Challenge? You might have heard of it before, but Lee White has updated it to focus on recovery, creative refreshment, and deep, focused work on a singular image. This week, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry discuss the different strategies and steps needed to do the challenge and how you can bounce back from the intensity of Inktober and embrace the slow, studied approach!
Burnout affects everyone, and the harder you work, the more susceptible you are to it. How do you avoid it, and if you’re going through it, how do you push through to the other side? This week, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry discuss the different techniques you can use to manage stress and solve burnout, and how to work stress management into your daily life.
Finding a Mentor
Art mentors can supercharge your career and teach you the tricks and shortcuts you need to hit the ground running. But how do you convince someone to take you on as a mentee? This week Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry discuss the perfect way to approach a potential mentor from a pro artist’s perspective. They also discuss email templates that you can use when reaching out to new potential mentors!
How To Do Inktober
How do I do Inktober? Why not hear from the founder Jake Parker, as well as artists Lee White and Will Terry, as they discuss the benefits of challenging yourself by doing a drawing a day for a whole month, as well as offer advice on different approaches to the prompt list. They also discuss their ideas for three different prompts from the 2020 list!
För alla svenskar
Dena pod är en av de bästa jag har lyssnat på. Dynamiken mellan det tre ”värdarna” är rolig, och att se hur de ser världen. De frågor som dom tar upp är svåra att hitta ett svar på, men i slutet har man lärt sig mer om det temat och konst som helhet