Cory Lally talks with me this week about nurturing a creative work environment to help artists feel confident and thrive in a retail setting. Other members of the California boys join us to corroborate his claims and talk about customer management. THanks to Cory Lally, Kirby Rudolph, Chris Chua, Jordan Martin, and Cory McCollough for their insight.
Check out their work at www.thecaliforniaboys.com or #thecaliforniaboys
This week, the episode is really a minisode featuring a short clip from one of my favorite artists/people, Joe Bluhm talking about our favorite Steves and how sometimes you gotta take chances and push yourself to be a better artist/you.
This week, Kirby Rudolph, Chris Chua and I brave the elements and smells of “nature” to talk about retail stand locations in fairs that have been less than favorable to us trying to do our business. And then it rained.
This week, I take you into the Central PA York Comic Con with BeeJay Hawn. We chatted mostly about how everyone loves us, but also what it was like to meet celebrities like Billy West and Ken Hunt. Other amazing people stopped by the stand like Tyger Smith, a wrestler and fellow podcaster, and Turtle, the TMNT enthusiast. As a caricaturist, the most addictive thing about the experience was everyone’s enthusiasm about art and your work. It’s inspiring
You can follow BeeJay Hawn on her Facebook page.
Tyger Smith can be found all over the webs; on the UWC network, his podcast “shooting with friends” is available on iTunes and other podcast platforms and one of his other projects “Con Cops” can be found on Spreaker.
Valentine’s Day is coming up and i wanted an episode delved into that age old question; What’s it like to be an Artist in Love? And by love, I mean living, creating, working, and building businesses together, because that’s what love is really all about.
Featuring Caricature Power Couples Chris Moore and Kira Layli Moore and also Manny and Natalia Avetisyan
The International Society of Caricature Artist’s Convention has come and gone but the good times rage on! Join me as I take you back to the Con to relive all the awesomeness. To learn more about ISCA and the convention, visit www.caricature.org
College isn’t the only option out there for artists to learn and grow. In this episode, recorded Live at the International Society of Caricature Artists Convention, I talk with Jason Seiler and Torren Thomas about Schoolism.com and the struggles of being/becoming the artist you want to be.
In this bear of an episode, we explore the art of the Convention. We talk to Tyler Johnson and Kirby Rudolph and their experiences with selling their art and doing caricatures at the conventions. In the second part of the episode, I talked with veteran Convention Comic Guy Lar DeSouza who has gone to several conventions with Blind Ferret to meet fans of the comics he draws for (Looking for Group and Least I Could Do) and the artwork he creates.
Jeremy Townsend, aka Jert, sat down with me to talk about his move from retail caricatures into his illustration career and the impact that his time in caricatures has had on that. We also find out what the #mostleastfunniest things are and Jert answers this weeks hashtag, #whatsinmybeard.
You can find Jeremy Townsend @MrJert on Twitter and Instagram
Hey you! And welcome to the first post and first episode (check out the pilot in the previous post) of “It’s Supposed to be Funny: A Caricature Podcast!”
I’ve been wanting to do a project like this since I started listening to podcasts, but i didn’t have a solid idea until this past summer when it hit me: “I’ll talk about Caricatures! My friends and i talk about that all the time anyway so it’ll be easy!” I sat down with my buddy Cory Lally and we recorded the Pilot episode. 6 months and a healthy push/collab with fellow noobie podcaster Nolan Harris of the ISCAST, and here i am finally presenting this content to the world.
New podcasts will be available every other Tuesday starting January 6, and as of right now (and after several days of technical difficulties), the podcast is in the process of submission with iTunes and will hopefully be available there soon (fingers crossed). Until then, you can listen to the pilot here or on SoundCloud.