In part one of our interview Abbey Cleland talked about the crazy way she made a career as a freelance writer.
Now, in part two, Abbey:
Dissects the anatomy of a treatment.
Encourages us to pitch to friends who are willing to make us feel stu
Abbey Cleland forged a successful career as a freelance writer by sticking to a pretty courageous plan: “I’ll figure it out.”
Now, she splits her time between Hollywood and Ohio where she writes treatments and screenplays for television and fi
In the first two parts of this interview, Jason Brubaker told us the story of his unexpected success at DreamWorks Animation and provided fresh perspective on the power of persistence.
Now, in part three, we discuss his career-defining graphic
Claire Keane is a brilliant illustrator and visual development artist, who has helped to develop numerous immersive worlds, including Tangled and Duet.
After leaving Disney, she released her first illustrated children’s book: Once Upon A Cloud
Eric Canete‘s unique drawing style demonstrates layer upon layer of artistic mastery: Anatomy, character, caricature, composition, storytelling…
After 20+ years of trend-setting work in story, games and comics, his style is as distinct and int
Aliki Theofilopoulos Grafft describes her career as “failing upward.”
She broke-in during the TV animation revolution and saw the beginnings of Cartoon Network, Adventure Time and Frederator.
Though she lacked a clear sense of direction early-
Since he was 15 years old, Jimmy Gownley has never stopped breaking the rules of self-publishing.
He went from selling self-published comics in the hallways of his high school to huge publishing deals with both Simon & Schuster AND Scholastic.
Jedi master Brian McDonald is back with more revelatory perspectives that will challenge the way we think about visual storytelling.
In part one, Brian showed us how theme creates character and character creates theme.
Now, in part two, we dis
Storytelling guru Brian McDonald joins us for another mind-blowing interview.
In part one of this two-part interview, Brian discusses writing roadblocks, how theme creates character and why you have to send your characters to Hell…
Paper Wings is back!
Marvel Animation storyboard artist Justin Copeland joins the team as the newest co-host of the Paper Wings Show.
In this podcast episode, Justin explains the necessary steps to creating a professional storyboard portfolio a
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