May 1, 2020
Another month is upon us and we are still in lockdown, we hope you are all well.
This episode was recorded at the beginning of March. Elliot and Kay collectively known as Arthole joined us after a full day at the Bristol art fair Shake. We fed them and plied them with tea to find out more about their own art fair, style, interests, influences and whatnot.
Of course, we also made them roll some dice and invent something on the spot and they did not let us down. How Kay managed to draw a whole page of a comic in such a short space of time is beyond us.
Do yourself a favour and go check out their social media to find out when the magazine will be released. Or become part of the elite Arthole Isolation Club and buy yourself a swanky t-shirt. You will be helping to support the magazine and two lovely young artists at the same time.
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch which you can do via our website or e-mail. You can get in touch and find all of the drawings on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi
December 6, 2019
Welcome to probably the last episode for the year where we chat to the multi-talented Dan Emmerson.
First a quick advert for our recording space which was donated to us by Desklodge. Desklodge is a hotdesk and office rental space that have two locations in Bristol and one in Basingstoke. You can pay by the hour for just £3 per hour and £20 (ex. VAT) for a whole day. For more pricing take a look at the Desklodge website or give them a call. New members get 2 free days!
Dan is a multi-talented creative who has worked with digital 2D, 3D as well as illustration and even programming. He's a really nice person and terribly busy with a project that he could not talk about due to an NDA. We talk about his university experience, the tools he uses, his Fleshy Friends project and a brief touch on D&D before we all get drawing.
Dan Emmerson Links
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch via our website or via e-mail. You can get in touch and find all of the drawings on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi
May 24, 2019
Welcome to part 2 of our chat with one of the Directors of Upfest, Stephen Hayles. If you have not listened to part 1 then please go listen to that as well.
In this section we roll the dice, draw some things and chat some more with Stephen about his job history. There is a bit of swearing in this section so do be warned about that.
Once again we need to thank Stephen for coming onto the Podcast and for the gift. We look forward to seeing what all the work happening during the Summer Editions and look forward to what the future holds for Upfest. Our next episode will be out on June 7th.
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch. You can find all the ways to do this on our website. We put up all of our artwork and episodes on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. You can also drop us an e-mail & support us via Ko-Fi
April 19, 2019
For the next few episodes we are releasing twice a month! In this episode we chat with Jess Tkls who is the lady behind CityAnimalz. Jess creates these amazing stylized creatures and sells her work on a stall near St Nicks Market in Bristol but you can buy them online. In our chat we find out that she is creating a whole world for them to frolic in. We really enjoyed meeting Jess and can't thank her enough for her time and more importantly we love her Steampunk fish that she drew with us. As usual all the drawings will be released on our social media, we would love to see your efforts. Our next episode will be up on the 3rd May.
Jess Tkls Links
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