Friday, June 16, 2006

SHOW # 4


Artcast Show 04 Download
Artcast Show 04 MP3
This Artcast is about Getting started in the animation industry, what to put into a portfolio.
Thanks for listening

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15 comments:

Bluebird said...

I enjoy these!!! Its great to hear the comment about life drawings in portfolio, I love seeing just a couple pages with some life drawings. I have seen some portfolios with unbelievable work and thats just it unbelievable. I ask where are the drawings and they say, "I dont have any with me" So it makes me ? their true abilites.Anyways this is a great thing you are doing. Keep em coming. -peace Stephen

Chet said...

Cool, I think this is my favorite artcast yet(and my favorite podcast period).

How much do you think collage matters in the animation industry?

I think im going to go but, do you think it will make any diffrence as far as the work i get in the animation industry?

thanks for doing this podcast.

stephen Silver said...

Chet, I don't like to tell anyone not to go to college and have their parents hunt me down. I think art school can be a motivator and sometimes introduce you to new ideas and techniques that you may find useful, not to mention all the parties. But, I will say that going to school does not guarantee you a job. The bottom line is your drawing ability. For me instead of showing up to a class every day, I started working and drawing what I wanted to everyday. That meant looking at other artists works that I admired, and they became my teachers. If you do choose to go to school, I would recomend drawing just as much outside of your class assignments. Good luck.

Carly said...

wow i really needed to hear that podcast. I've been going trough a drawing rut the past couple of months
and this really helps. thank you so much! very grateful.

Frankie Stellato said...

Keep em comin stephen! They deffinately help a lot! :D

Spudart said...

hey, where's the xml url of your podcast, so I can add it to my podcast reader?

Angel said...

I am so glad I found this site, this is such a treat!

Mattias said...

Great work with the podcasts, and I really admire your work, theres so much movement in your drawings

phc said...

i see, only now, your blog...it's very, very, very interesting...and your drawings are very cool...

roby

Ryan K Yee said...

Please please please keep doing these!!!!

I really enjoy them.

also, it might be intresting if you had any friends in the industry guest interview you or vise-versa?

thanks again!
-Ryan

Chet said...

Chet, I don't like to tell anyone not to go to college and have their parents hunt me down. I think art school can be a motivator and sometimes introduce you to new ideas and techniques that you may find useful, not to mention all the parties. But, I will say that going to school does not guarantee you a job. The bottom line is your drawing ability. For me instead of showing up to a class every day, I started working and drawing what I wanted to everyday. That meant looking at other artists works that I admired, and they became my teachers. If you do choose to go to school, I would recomend drawing just as much outside of your class assignments. Good luck.

Thanks for the advice, well said.

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