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Ep. 168 - Cornelius Dämmrich

CGI master blaster Cornelius Dämmrich joins us this week to discuss the many oddities we face today as artists, and the challenges we encounter when building work that we are proud of. Cornelius exposes some of the lessons he’s learned over the years, how he manages his personal happiness when working on projects which take months on end, and the future of where this is all going.

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Ep. 121 - Una

Kelly Thompson and Andrew Archer of Melbourne-based design studio UNA join us this week to share the story of how and why they decided to start their new company, the incredible power of combining their different skillsets, and a peek into what they have in store for their so-called UNAverse.

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Ep. 117 - Jessica Svendsen

Graphic designer Jessica Svendsen joins us this week to discuss the nuances she encounters while discovering her own personal design and voice. We discuss the oddities that occur from subjective viewpoints in art and design and how important it is to understand and develop your core fundamentals to guide your taste.

This episode is sponsored by MAXON, the creators of Cinema 4D, who are currently offering a free demo for North and South American users at livedemo.maxon3d.com.

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Ep. 113 - Danny Yount

The Prodigal son returns!  My mentor from the Prologue days and friend Danny Yount is back for round two after a two year gap between episodes.  Danny shares what he has been up to since our last talk and reveals his new company Prodigal Pictures and how things are progressing for him in his life.  We also discuss what Danny looks for in collaborative teammates and creating world class work and how to present it.  

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Ep. 99 - Alex Mandradjiev

Concept designer, illustrator, and music maker extraordinaire Alex Mandradjiev joins us this week to share some information about his influences, including David Fincher and John Carpenter, his thoughts on modern art education, and the power of nostalgia and originality.

When we reference the 'previous podcast,' we're talking about an earlier episode we recorded with Alex which got corrupted. 
Additionally, we opted not to use Lights Out as the banner image for this episode, even though we discuss it during the conversation. 

This episode is brought to you by Maxon

 

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Ep. 97 - Adi Shankar

Adi Shankar, the mastermind producer of films such as DreddThe Grey, and Killing Them Softly joins us this week to talk about his early start in the industry, the complicated business of financing a film, handling peer pressure and the importance of being your authentic self.

Adi also shares a lot of wonderful details about his Bootleg Universe, which independently recently released a very R-rated POWER/RANGERS reboot, as well as a Punisher short starring Thomas Jane, and a Dredd cartoon series.

This episode is brought to you by Maxon, who will be hosting a great booth at this year's NAB Conference in Las Vegas from April 13 - 16. Check out all of the presentations, participate in a live chat, sign up for raffles, and more at C4DLive.com.

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Ep. 96 - Noah Bradley

Legendary artist Noah Bradley joins us this week to discuss how he maximizes his productivity, the folly of modern-day art school, and shares some alternatives to learning, including some of his wonderful workshops and courses.

Plenty of wonderful tangents in this episode including the importance of exercising and being physically active, spirituality and how it influences Noah’s work, and the importance of giving back to the community.

This episode is brought to you by Maxon, who will be hosting a great booth at this year's NAB Conference in Las Vegas from April 13 - 16. Check out all of the presentations, participate in a live chat, sign up for raffles, and more at C4DLive.com.

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