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Friday, October 14, 2011

Podcast Episode 31 - 3D (Without the Silly Glasses)


Been away for a while here at the podcast.  It's summer, we are toasting marshmellows, swimming in pools and painting away for the summer cons.  But on episode 31, Mike Sass, Grant Cooley and Mark Harchar talk about using 3D modeling in the production of art, what some of the downfalls of physical and digital modeling can be, what the strengths are and where you can buy a slightly used B-52 model...I mean B-25.
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In the 30th podcast, Mike Sass, Jason Cheeseman-Meyer and Mark Harchar discuss other marketing opportunities for illustrators including gallery art. We also discuss the concept of an "art personality" and as with all good stereotypes, you will need a beret.  Oh yeah, we'll tell you where to find one of those too.  Join us for a ride on the spaceship we call the DrawnToday podcast.

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In the 29th podcast, in the first week of our second year podcasting, we dig deep into what it means to be an artist, to give yourself and your work to the world. We are joined by the talented and thoughtful Adam Paquette.

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Speakers

Adam Paquette

Aaron Miller

Marc Scheff


We're happy to release Drawn Today Podcast Episode 28. This podcast happens to be our 1 year anniversary podcast.

In this podcast we have guest to the show, Cynthia Sheppard discussing illustrating on a part time basis with DT members Marc Scheff, Christina Hess, and Mark Harchar. If you're thinking about going full time or wondering how to make a go at it with other obligations these illustrators have a few tips for you. So, please have a listen.

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Speakers

Cyhthia Sheppard

Marc Scheff

Christina Hess

Mark Harchar






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