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  1. How To Fail Like A Professional Artist (…and Find Inspiration In The Process) :: ArtCast #109

    So you trashed your last project and started over… …and then again. …and then again.

    …is that because you just aren’t meant to be an artist?

    …or is it simply because you’re ambitious?

    So you spent your weekend sleeping instead of drawing… Is that lazy? …or healthy?

    Are you blocked? …or just solving the wrong problem?

    Is failure useful for you? …or destructive?

    Today on The Oatley Academy ArtCast, we share five “Failure Flip Tips” to help you turn failure into a tool that’s just as useful as your favorite pencil…

    —Huffduffed by tayo

  2. How To Write Comics That Engage Your Audience :: PWP #19

    In this episode, listen to Lora and Chris discuss the biggest problem in comics.

    More importantly, they provide a series of tips that will help you write comics that engage your audience.

    …and discover Chris’s favorite writing resource!

    Episode Highlights:

    What makes an compelling character. How to keep the middle of your story interesting. What you can do to improve your writing today. How to bring focus to your plot. What makes a reader buy into your story.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2001/07/16/arts/writers-writing-easy-adverbs-exclamation-points-especially-hooptedoodle.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm Links Mentioned: Writers on Writing Chris Soth’s Million Dollar Screenwriting Podcast Story by Robert McKee Save the Cat by Blake Snyder

    —Huffduffed by tayo

  3. Books That Will Change Your Creative Process (Best Of 2017) :: ArtCast #106

    The term “Concept Art,” brings to mind a specific kind of imagery. …but isn’t that a problem…?

    What if the struggle of learning Perspective Drawing simply isn’t worth it…?

    How can an animated TV show be deeply autobiographical for it’s creator and still have huge, mainstream appeal?

    Maybe what other people think of your art matters less than you think…

    Today, in celebration of a New Year, The Oatley Academy Team shares their favorite books of 2017. …books that will almost certainly change your creative process.

    —Huffduffed by tayo

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