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PK 120: How to bring your creative project to life – Interview with Jon Schindehette, Owner of Art Order

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How do you take the next step as an artist and bring your creative project to life?
In this interview we talk to Jon Schindehette, owner of Art Order, about how to take your great idea from a sketch on a napkin to a fully-fledged product that actually makes you money.

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PK 119: Indie Gaming and Iron Tides – Interview With Crash Wave Games Co-founder, Carina Kom

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Indie gaming is a growing industry, but what’s it like to actually see your own title get launched successfully and receive rave reviews from the gaming community?

In this week’s podcast, co-founder of Crash Wave Games, Carina Kom, shares her experiences of launching the Viking roleplay game, Iron Tides, and reveals why getting your project off the ground isn’t always as daunting as you might think…

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PK 118: Thumbnail Sketching and Creative Flow – Interview With Concept Artist, Katy Grierson

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Thumbnail sketching and creative flow go hand in hand for most artists…but how can you make this part of your daily routine too?
In this podcast, concept artist and illustrator, Katy Grierson, explains how thumbnail sketches are just the start of an exciting creative journey…

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PK 117: Finding Your Focus as an Artist – With Derek Rodenbeck

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Finding your focus as an artist can be tough. Sometimes, your head can be swimming around with so many ideas that it’s impossible to see the wood for the trees and concentrate on your main creative strengths. In this podcast, artist Derek Rodenbeck reveals how he learned to say no to projects that were distracting him from his main passion.

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PK 116: Inside the Creative Mind With Fine Artist & Former Marvel Colorist John Wellington

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Take a journey inside the creative mind in this week’s podcast interview with fine artist and tutor at the New York Academy of Art, John Wellington.
In this interview, the former DC and Marvel colorist draws on his years of experience to give you a wide range of insights into what it really means to be creative.

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PK 115: How YOU Can Become a Great Artist – Interview With Kevin Murphy, Founder of The Art Academy

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Ever wondered how YOU can become a great artist? Despite what others may tell you, this is not just some crazy ‘woo-woo’ dream. Believe it or not, it’s something you can actually achieve if you really want to.
How come? Because, as Kevin Murphy, founder of The Art Academy, says: ‘Great artists aren’t born – they’re taught.’
And, as you’ll discover in this week’s podcast interview, the results from his many successful students speak for themselves…

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PK 114: How to Get Hired as an Artist – Interview With Concept Artist, David Tilton

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Want to know how to get hired as an artist?

Perhaps you’d love to work in the movie or games industry but can’t afford to go to art school? No problem!
Because in this week’s interview with concept artist, David Tilton, you’ll learn the exact same action plan he used to start building his network of fellow creatives, mentors, and clients.

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PK 113: The Freedom of a Freelance Art Career – Interview With Acclaimed Illustrator, Derek Stenning

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The freedom of a freelance art career can help you see the world and get involved with all kinds of exciting opportunites. In this interview, acclaimed Canadian illustrator, Derek Stenning, talks about traveling through Europe, living in Iceland, and getting to work with concept art legend, Scott Robertson.
He also reveals why building up a regular client base and collaborating with other artists is the key to a fulfilling and successful creative career.

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PK 112: Creating a Graphic Novel and Finding Time for Art – Interview With Patricio Clarey

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Creating a graphic novel is a number one goal for many artists, but it’s also one of the hardest things you can possibly do.
So how does anyone actually manage to do it? In this week’s interview, artist Patricio Clarey reveals the graft and grit that went into creating his third graphic novel, and why he’s determined to keep going and produce even more.

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PK 111: Making The Most of Your Time in Art School – Interview With Concept Artist, Cathleen McAllister

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Making the most of your time in art school might seem like an obvious thing to do, but you’d be surprised at how many students finish their studies without the right skills to pursue a creative career.
In this week’s podcast, we speak to visual development and concept artist, Cathleen McAllister. Despite only finishing art school this year, she’s already landed herself a job at Reel FX.
So how did she do it? Find out in this week’s podcast…

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