CG artist, designer, and creative François Leroy AKA Friendly Robot joins us to discuss a bit about his childhood and how he’s been progressing in the industry over the past 10 years, some of our shared experiences working on PASSAGE together, and a bit about his other massive personal project NO SIGNAL.Read More
Creative technologist? CGI artist? Designer? Wizard? Jack-of-all-trades Ryan Cashman joins us this week to discuss all of the various roles he finds himself filling in the industry, reminiscing about past projects we’ve worked on together, how becoming a dad has changed his perspective on the work/life balance, and what he’s looking forward to in the future.Read More
3D artist and designer Joey Camacho joins us this week to share how five years of Everydays has influenced his process and philosophy on design, tons of nerdy goodness about render engines and CG workflows, and the art and balance of patience and commitment.Read More
Designer Nicolas Lopardo joins us this week to discuss manifesting your goals into reality, the diverse trajectory of his career and how it led him into user interface design, and some philosophical musings on maintaining an online presence.Read More
You wanted more, so we got more! Entrepreneur and all-around badass Chris Do joins us once again to touch base on some of the topics we discussed in our last episode, and we touch base on his recent ventures, how he manages it all, and where he currently is in life.Read More
Game designers Tim Soret and Danny Wadeson join us this week to discuss some insight into their upcoming title The Last Night, and we chat about everything from politics, their view on society, and some possible future outcomes of dealing with art and being a human.Read More
Concept artist and Learn Squared co-founder Maciej Kuciara joins us once again to give us an update on what he’s been up to, sharing some of his growing pains and life lessons to work at your maximum output, and a bit about his personal projects and where he plants to take them in the future. #bidetclubRead More
Jessie Kawata, a creative strategist and industrial designer at NASA JPL, joins us this week to discuss the beginnings of her career in design, the complex and constantly evolving nature of her unique role, and what her thoughts are on the industry as a whole.Read More
This week we’re joined by Ben Radatz, a partner and co-founder of the legendary Kansas City-based production studio MK12. We discuss how Ben got his start in the industry and how MK12 came about, the bizarre economy of pitching in the motion graphics industry, and how detrimental it can be to work for freeRead More
We're finally back from our hiatus, joined by one of our most sought-after guests - Sir Richard Taylor - the founder, creative director, and head of New Zealand's legendary Weta Workshop.
Join us as we go in depth on Richard's backstory, how he started the Workshop, and where he hopes to take it in the future. We cover everything from Richard's professional aspirations, how he cultivates creativity in his talented team, and how he manages a hectic schedule while maintaining strong personal relationships.
Seeing as Richard has worked on some of the most iconic projects in the history of entertainment, it's quite a treat for us to have had this opportunity, so we really hope you enjoy his insight as much as we did!
Director Saman Kesh returns to talk about his incredible new short film, HIT TV, which premiered this past week and has already been selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick, making it Saman's 15th. Throughout the episode, we discuss our directorial processes, how they differ, and why it doesn't matter as long as you're passionate about it. Lots of nostalgia, who inspires us, and what we miss about their early works.
Shoutout to Baptiste for helping out with this week's notes!Read More
Illustrator and art director Daniel Savage joins us this week to discuss how he got his start in the industry, the challenges of discovering his own style and how it’s led to unique community-driven projects like Yule Log, and the intricacies, benefits, and occasional downsides to freelancing.Read More
Emmy Award-winning artist Raoul Marks joins us this week to discuss the struggles and benefits of working remotely from Australia, the confusing task of determining what his title is, and a ton of information about his often one-man process to create incredibly detailed and provocative art.Read More
Errolson Hugh, the co-founder and mastermind behind Berlin-based apparel designer ACRONYM joins us this week to share how constantly traveling affects his creative flow, some self-reflection on the company, and the future of the fashion and apparel industry.Read More
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.Read More
Legendary concept designer and educator Anthony Jones (AKA Robotpencil) joins us for the third time this week to share a bunch of new information about his newly released book Heaven's Hell which we discussed last time he was on the show, some insights and adventures related to his worldwide Creative Juice Expo, and toward the end we reveal some exclusive tidbits about the new educational platform we're starting called Learn Squared.
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Slovenia-based motion graphic designer Nejc Polovsak joins us this week to share how he achieves such a unique vibrancy in his work, how he got started on his artistic path, and how his location affects his life socially, creatively, and professionally.Read More
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.Read More
Legendary illustrator and art director Mike Yamada tells us about his education at Art Center and the decade he spent working with Dreamworks. Mike also shares his love for creative passion, some insight to the process and tools he uses, as well as some of his favorite books. We also discuss his experiences going to Comic-Con and a bit about his odd work/life balance.
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