Poet Christopher Luke Trevilla and Artist Raul Aguirre Jr. go deep into the artist rabbit hole and explore the mind of the artist.
Man vs. Art Podcast Episode 81. Raul sits down with old friend and colleague From Disney, animation artist Larry Flores who just got laid off from the Dreamworks ill fated “Me and My Shadow” film. Larry talks about his 20 plus years in and out of the Animation business.
Man vs. Art Episode 80: Interviewed by my own Intern Kristen Bell plus Minion Mailbag and I meet the FBI.
My submission to the 2013 San Diego Comic Con Souvenir Book celebrates Superman’s 75th anniversary. I drew an illustration with Sketchbook Pro on my Cintiq of Superman and submitted it. My intern from the animation studio I work at interviews me about being a storyboard artist, I give advice to a listener in the UK about drawing out of your head, and I have a run in with the FBI.
Ep: 78 Web Comic Ninja Krishna Sadasivam and the Yiynova MSP19u a low cost alternative to the Cintiq.
Today I’m joined by Veteran Web Cartoonist and Animation Instructor Krishna Sadasivam to discuss among other things, a $600.00 solution to the $2000.00 Cintiq problem. Have you always wanted a tablet monitor?, but couldn’t spare the the 2 Grand needed? Tune in and get the scoop on the Yiynova MSP19 tablet monitor. It’s about time someone gave a little wake up call to Wacom about their over priced Cintiq
Ep 76 Canadian Animator Andrew Sharp eh. 2d Traditional Animation Production Pipeline and Holiday fun
Traditional 2d animation artist Andrew Sharp from way up in the Yukon spends some time on the Man vs. Art Podcast talking about artistic influences, animation production pipelines, and home studio set ups!
Homage Parody and Pastiche. What gives? Are artists just stealing shit? Plus why Man vs. Art thinks 50 shades of grey blows. Not in the way you think.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 56:09 — 51.8MB) Frida Kahlo was born July 6th 1907 in Coyoacán Mexico. Perhaps best known for her self-portraits, Kahlo’s art is known for it’s pain,passion, and extremely vivid colors. Her work is recognized in Mexico as a symbol of indigenous tradition and worldwide by feminists for its powerful interpretation of the female experience. The [..see full post.]
Where do artists get their Ideas? From their sketchbooks! By keeping a sketchbook you will always have a place to go when staring at a blank piece of paper!
The Thief and the Cobbler was supposed to be the greatest animated feature film ever created! The film is master animator Richard Williams life’s work, a highly revered legend in the animation industry.Williams labored on his dream project for over 30 years. Sadly, his masterpiece suffered a similar fat such as The Magnificent Ambersons and the unfinished Don Quoxite by Orson Welles. Imagine how much it sucks to have your life’s work taken away from you because of money and then released to the public in a form totally different from that you intended. I call this artist’s hell. That’s the tragic and sad story behind The Thief and the Cobbler.
When he began production in 1964, Williams wanted The Thief and the Cobbler to be his masterpiece, and a milestone in the art of animation. Because its complicated animation and independent funding, The Thief and the Cobbler was in and out of production for over three decades. Williams worked for years as a producer of incredible TV commercials. Every cent he earned went into the gradual independent production of The Thief.
Today’s show is a collection of assorted tales about art and stuff. First, I share the true story of a Jewel performance I attended at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. In the second segment Minion Mike Garvey nominates the great Terry Gilliam for the Man vs. Art Pantheon of Awesomeness! In the third segment Minion Jim Richardson shares his thoughts on the 2011 CTN EXPO and on his quest to get hired by Disney. In the fourth segment I give some advice on things visual artists can do to sharpen their creativity.The Final segment is a bit I wrote called “Every Artist’s Dream.” It’s a tongue in cheek look at what we all fantasize about when we’re sitting at the coffee shop scribbling away in our sketchbooks!