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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.

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    • 4.9 • 652 Ratings

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.

    When Should You Abandon A Project?

    When Should You Abandon A Project?

    Should I give up on my book? Is social media essential? What’s the best way to make a master copy? Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry answer these questions and more in this episode.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Rebecca Green: The Deliberate Illustrator

    Rebecca Green: The Deliberate Illustrator

    For the first of a series of interviews, illustrator Rebecca Green joins Jake Parker and Lee White to discuss comparison, making art on the move, Patreon, social media, and much more in this engaging episode.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    How Do I Find Time To Do The Art?

    How Do I Find Time To Do The Art?

    Am I stealing images? How should I approach an agent? And what if I’m too tired to make art? Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry answer these questions in this week’s episode.

    • 49 min
    What's the Point...alism?

    What's the Point...alism?

    Can you grow an Instagram following without posting finished work? How can you start projects with confidence? And when are you good enough to teach? Jake Parker, Will Terry, and Lee White explore these questions in this week's episode.

    • 43 min
    The Future of Self Publishing

    The Future of Self Publishing

    This week, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry discuss the ins and outs of self-publishing, Kickstarter vs traditional publishing houses, and how to improve consistently.

    • 57 min
    Do You Need To Have Talent?

    Do You Need To Have Talent?

    Can you make it in illustration if you hate storytelling? Do you need talent to be a great artist, or can you make it work without natural talent? And what if your agent doesn’t give you the jobs you want to work on? This week, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry go over these questions and provide their answers.

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
652 Ratings

652 Ratings

Fishnecktofu ,

Excellent!

Always informative! This podcast delivers real world professional insight into the world of a working artist in a natural and conversational manner that is often humorous and entertaining.

Redhedsaysrawr ,

This podcast has helped me so incredibly much

Entertaining to listen to, and super informative on everything you could ever need to know about the illustration industry (or just creating in general).

When I first heard about their podcast I thought how can a podcast about such a visual subject matter be that helpful? But I finally gave it a chance this year after switching my career goals and diving headfirst into illustration, and my god I’m so glad I did. This is now my favorite podcast and I recommend it whenever I can. Mixing humor, entertaining tangents, and incredibly crucial design information, this podcast is fantastic.

Also, I just realized that my partner bought me a book for my last birthday on Kickstarter by Will Terry, “What They Don’t Teach In Art School” and never made the connection that he’s also on this podcast. It of course makes sense now because between reading that book and listening to this podcast, I have some hope for being able to be successful as an illustrator that I would be otherwise lost without.

Pamcake318 ,

Favorite podcast by far!

I recommend this to everyone. It’s funny how often I can throw it in conversations when people are talking about non art related stuff. I seriously love the practical advice and book recommendations. I’ve found some great books through you all. I think my favorite part, though is when you guys make analogies to other careers that you don’t know anything about. Being the wife of a contractor it’s always funny when you guys try to make analogies to contractors… “No one ever asked the contractor to…” cracks me up EVERY TIME. 😆

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