January 3, 2020
Happy new year from both of us. We had recorded a whole episode with the amazing Katy Shutte but due to technical difficulties, we don't have any of that audio. We will say that if you have the chance to check out any of Katy's work then please do so. We would like to also thank the Bristol Improv Theatre for giving us space and time to record with Katy. We will fix the technical issues and have a back up for this year.
So this episode is just a bit of a look back on our first year of podcasting and a look into the future. We cover some listening stats, Chris sets a challenge to our listeners with a mystery prize, we talk about the fantastic book How To Think When You Draw by The Etherington Brothers (sorry for the mis-pronounciation of your name) and the fabulous art by Chris Barker. We fill you in on the ongoing work by our first podcast guest Sophie Iles who has had a busy year despite having some horrible things happen in her personal life.
We hope to talk to more amazing talents this throughout 2020. Thanks for listening and if you could one thing for us and just tell someone about this podcast we would greatly appreciate it.
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch via our website or e-mail. We release all of our drawings and will also chat to you on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. You can also donate 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
January 4, 2019
Introducing the Rough Sketch Podcast
Our pilot episode where we go over our intentions of the podcast and how we want it to work out and try our hand at rolling Rory's Story Cubes. In it, we mention that our drawings will be held under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) license.
This episode was recorded over several sessions which explains the varying quality of audio. We will correct this in the future episodes, it also contains adult themes and some strong language.