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I love keeping an illustrated journal on a trip. And I’m on a big one right now, a three-week road trip down the west coast. I recorded this week’s episode while we’re on the road and I explain my process in detail, go into all the supercool new watercolor gizmos I bought to pack along, and describe what I’m seeing and how I’m turning it into pages on my journal.
Then I call Koosje to get her advice on travel journaling and a whole bunch more. And I tell you how to get our new and totally free book, Jump Into Watercolor. And I go into detail on our newest project, Watercolor Rules! and how to break them.
I hope you like it.
Episode transcript: Continue reading “Podcast 8: Water Color Road Trip”
My alma mater just profiled me. Aw shucks.
How do artists make a living from their art? I interviewed a bunch of them and discovered the answer is simple (by being creative) and infinitely complex and fascinating.
I talked to:
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Episode transcript: Continue reading “Podcast 07: Making a living”
I wrestle with imposter syndrome a lot. And one of the symptoms is a reluctance to refer to myself as “an artist.” A writer, a man, an entrepreneur, a blogger, a fashion model, sure, but not the ‘A’ word.
In this episode of the podcast, I have an in-depth chat with two smart women (my mum and my pal, Amanda) with very different perspectives on this phenomenon. I hope it’s helpful.
Two other minor things:
- I’m sharing this episode a day early because I’m going out of town for a while.
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Episode transcript: Continue reading “Podcast 06: Call yourself an artist?”
I woke up super early with a thought in my mind and, as fast as I could type, I wrote this script for the new episode of art for all, the Sketchbook Skool podcast. It’s all about the creative process. How the brain recovers from a burst of productivity, the value of inspiration, how to tackle a giant project, coping with setbacks, and more.
I hope it make some sense. Let me know.
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Links to stuff mentioned in the episode.
EPISODE TRANSCRIPT: Continue reading “Podcast 05: The seasons of creation”