Rough Sketch Podcast
Mike Garley - Ep#46

Mike Garley - Ep#46

July 16, 2021

We managed to grab some time with Mike Garley, a very busy writer and lecturer. Mike has a huge back catalogue of work and has recently (at time of writing) completed the Kickstarter campaign for the Samurai Slasher Omnibus.

During our chat we dig a bit into the Our Final Halloween series, how Mike feels about giving artists notes on their drawings to help get the idea across and discover exactly what kind of podcast this isn't.

We can't thank Mike enough for his time, patience and joining in with our show.

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Morrighan Corbel - Ep#45

Morrighan Corbel - Ep#45

July 2, 2021

Let us introduce the incredible artwork of Morrighan Corbel. We found her through Twitter somehow and we are incredibly glad we did. We think her artwork really portrays that feeling of aloneness, isolation and somewhat frustration. She also does pretty incredible pet portraits..

We loved chatting with Morrighan. It was really interesting for us to find out that as she has ADHD she tends to bill in terms of day rather than hours. We cannot thank her enough for the time she gave us and for the honesty she bought to the conversation.

If you are into folk stories, dark and beautiful art and/or enjoying RPG's then put Morrighan on your one to follow list.

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We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch which you can do via e-mail or social media. All of the drawings will be published on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram feeds. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi or Patreon

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Emmett Nahil - Ep#44

Emmett Nahil - Ep#44

June 18, 2021

We chat with Emmett Nahil, an editor and writer of many things including books, comics and narrative heavy games who is based in the US.

Emmett goes into great detail about the upcoming game Love Shore and just completing the Kickstarter for Let Me Out and what he aims to bring to the people who consume his work.

Emmett Nahil links

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We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch which you can do via e-mail or social media. All of the drawings will be published on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram feeds. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi or Patreon

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PhaseChan - Ep#43

PhaseChan - Ep#43

June 4, 2021

PhaseChan is another of those artists we found at True Believers (2020) and when we saw the Kraken T-Shirt she had (but sadly sold out of our size) we knew we had to talk to her at some point and here is that chat.

We dig into PhaseChan's work a fair amount, how birds are basically dinosaurs, Twitch, conventions and once again sing the song of praise around the world of fan art. We also chat about her delayed upcoming appearance at Upfest this year!

PhaseChan links

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Chris Baldie - Ep#42

Chris Baldie - Ep#42

May 21, 2021

In this episode we chat to comic maker, storyteller and Design Director at Papertank Chris Baldie. Back in November 2020 Chris released a Kickstarter to fund his comic "We Said Goodbye to Gravity" and it was more successful than he imagined.

We had a lovely chat with Chris about his Space Captain series, being his own sales person and his disapproval of the Adobe subscription model.

During our creative bit we build an intergalactic library run by a generation of beetles, during which Nathan says the word "poop" a lot.

Chris Baldie links

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We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch which you can do via e-mail or social media. All of the drawings will be published on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram feeds. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi or Patreon

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Shazleen Khan - Ep#41

Shazleen Khan - Ep#41

May 7, 2021

We kick off May with another fantastic artist, illustrator and award winning comic maker Shazleen Khan.

We took a bit of a whirlwind tour through their history in the comic industry and how they get actual pleasure from the physical act of drawing. Shazleen has been working on their web comic BUUZA!! since 2019 and is enjoying using actual time as an element and making the reader commit in the long haul.

For our creative section we come up with a rhythm based game loosely connected to Pa Rapper the Rapper where the stars of the game are guiding a giant cosmic friendly bee to a safer place.

Shazleen Khan links

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Gustaffo Vargas - Ep#40

Gustaffo Vargas - Ep#40

April 16, 2021

We met Gustaffo Vargas in 2019 at Thought Bubble and he is is an amazing comic book creator who has been incredibly busy in 2020.

Not only did Gustaffo work on the really interesting Quarantine Comic by Jordan Thomas, he also worked on Skrawl: Comix Magazine and drew, funded, released his own work Puno. We chat to Gustaffo about his really busy year, his work, his incredible use of colour, inspirations and so much more.

Gustaffo started our story telling section wonderfully and you have to have a listen to see what we come up with.

Gustaffo Vargas links

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Cooper Shaw - Ep#39

Cooper Shaw - Ep#39

April 2, 2021

We got to chat with another creative across the pond in the form of Cooper Shaw. Cooper is an actor, director and teacher at the well known Second City training school. Chris got to know her a bit while he was taking the Dialects and Character Voices course that was run by Cooper over Zoom

It was lovely to dip into Cooper' history and work and how encouraging she is when learning to use your voice as an instrument. She has an infectious teaching method which is fun and encouraging so if you are interested in learning more about accents and dialects we would recommend you take a look at the course.

Wait until you hear the story we create too.

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T. W. Burgess - Ep#38

T. W. Burgess - Ep#38

March 19, 2021

Here we are with our second producer of the occult and spooky material. Here is a chat with T. W. Burgess, a writer and purveyor of horror, especially ghost stories. We had a bit of audio difficulty with this and we hope it does not ruin your listening enjoyment.

We went on a HUGE horror movie tangent and picked up on how important it is to dig into those old folk tales for more material. We dug into the success of the Early Haunts Kickstarter and what is coming up.

That's all before we take a break and then come back and create something supernatural together.

T. W. Burgess Links

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James Bojaciuk - Ep#37

James Bojaciuk - Ep#37

March 5, 2021

We have another double episode for you for March and feature two producers of creepy, occult and that type of content. Starting off with James Bojaciuk the Chief Executive Officer Duobus of 18th Wall Productions.

We talked to James about how the publishing house came about after he received a rather harsh piece of criticism on a piece of his writing. He also speaks about finding the right audience, the controversy around e-books, his love of the Hammer House of Horror series of films, what Kickstarter has bought into the world and how Peter Cushing was really into his tabletop gaming and a massive nerd.

James Bojaciuk Links

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