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January 29 2014

22:46

Random Occurrences With Brian DeMoy - Episode 10 - Sarah Hartshorne | Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand

Listen to Random Occurrences With Brian DeMoy episodes free, on demand. Sarah Hartshorne's life is pretty random, and she's big in Taiwan. She tells Brian how she got to be on America's Next Top Model almost by accident, first saw comedy at a Motel 6 and how she can be both a model and a stand up comedian. Brian and Sarah are joined this week by comedian Brendan Sagalow adding "genius" insight. You can find out where to find Sarah at http://www.officialsbh.com/ and on twitter @sarahhartshorne. Listen to over 15,000 radio shows, podcasts and live radio stations for free on your iPhone, iPad, Android and PC. Discover the best of news, entertainment, comedy, sports and talk radio on demand with Stitcher Radio. http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/random-occurrences-with-brian-demoy/episode/32060026?refid=stpr&autoplay=true

December 10 2013

21:06

Writing Excuses Season 3 Episode 24: Writing Comics with Jake Black » Writing Excuses

@Eliyanna: The artist isn’t the director, but neither is the writer. Ideally they share the role of director. They both have a vision for the book, but they need to realize it’s a team activity, not a writer (the boss) giving directives to the employees (the artist, letterer, colorist, etc.). When a writer assumes the visual dictation of the scenes, it’s like going into a 9-5 job where you clock in, you sit at your desk and your co-worker comes over and tell you how to do your job. Annoying at best. I’ve never worked with Mr. Black so I can’t say more about his approach that what I’ve heard here, so my humblest apologies if I’m missing the mark with him. This isn’t actually a criticism of Mr. Black, but rather my attempt to show aspiring comic book writers what the ‘other half’ of the creative team thinks about. Good advice for comic book writers would be to talk to your artist. Ask what format they’d prefer to have. Some will want the panel to panel layout, but most will not. Remember, your name is on the book for ‘writing’, not ‘penciller’ or ‘colorist’. If you make a wrong call on layout, it’s not you who will be hurt by it, but the artist that’s been forced to do it your way. If you have a clear visual image that you want to express, that you feel is integral to the story (like a close-up of one character’s hands clutching a bottle of Glenmorangie) then by all means specify that. For the most part though leave the art to the artists. As a comic book writer, you should be more concerned with telling the story than with panel count. Develop your story on a page by page basis and simply tell the artist what you want to happen on that page. Don’t just write what is visually happening (Spidey clinging to a wall, etc.) but also include things that the reader may not directly know. What’s he thinking about? Is he brooding? Even through a mask, an artist can portray these things with pose and camera angle. @mike Barker: Near the beginning, and he mentions that he does a panel by panel layout, even specifying the number of panels per page. It’s this attitude that I felt the need to reply to. http://www.writingexcuses.com/2009/11/08/writing-excuses-season-3-episode-24-writing-comics-with-jake-black/

November 09 2013

22:50

BBC - Reith Lectures Grayson Perry: I Found Myself In The Art World 5 Nov 2013

4/4. Grayson Perry discusses his life in the art world and assesses the role of the artist in society.

September 30 2013

00:11

"Raw+Jpeg" - Digital Photography Podcast 97 - The Digital Story

Weekly digital photography podcasts, photo tips, reader submitted pictures, equipment reviews and more. New Tools for the Creative Mind. The Digital Story is about making photography, music, and filmmaking enjoyable. Creativity flows better when technical issues are resolved. Instead of trying to figure out every blessed control on your digital camera, we want to show you the simple things that help it become an extension of your vision and a tool for your expression. http://thedigitalstory.com/2007/09/rawjpeg---digital-ph.html

September 06 2013

02:07

"Insecurity Blanket, Photokina, iPhone Story" - Digital Photography Podcast 338 - The Digital Story

Weekly digital photography podcasts, photo tips, reader submitted pictures, equipment reviews and more. New Tools for the Creative Mind. The Digital Story is about making photography, music, and filmmaking enjoyable. Creativity flows better when technical issues are resolved. Instead of trying to figure out every blessed control on your digital camera, we want to show you the simple things that help it become an extension of your vision and a tool for your expression. http://thedigitalstory.com/2012/08/insecurity-blanket-p.html

August 04 2013

18:20

Sound Journal 001

Found sound, telephone conversations and homemade electronic music made with a hand held phrase synthesizer.

July 29 2013

14:48

"Everpix Interview, Winners, Workshop" - Digital Photography Podcast 382 - The Digital Story

Weekly digital photography podcasts, photo tips, reader submitted pictures, equipment reviews and more. New Tools for the Creative Mind. The Digital Story is about making photography, music, and filmmaking enjoyable. Creativity flows better when technical issues are resolved. Instead of trying to figure out every blessed control on your digital camera, we want to show you the simple things that help it become an extension of your vision and a tool for your expression. http://thedigitalstory.com/2013/07/tds-podcast-382.html

August 14 2012

02:49

Inkstuds: Simon Bisley Interview

Simon Bisley was one of those creators that had a profound impact on me when I was in my teens. Coming across his work in Slaine was amazing. It was violent, over the top and extreme in all the right ways. Simon has continued to make work and seems to never slow down. We cover a million different things in this interview, but somehow don’t even discuss what he is working on right now. http://www.inkstuds.org/?p=4147

February 25 2011

01:18

Fielded - White Death

Raven Sings The Blues is a music and mp3 blog devoted to indie pop/rock, psych, folk, and all forms of independent expression through music. We offer news, album reviews, free mp3s, music updates, interviews, and links to other great music sites. http://ravensingstheblues.blogspot.com/2011/01/fielded.html
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