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48 Hour Art Check
94 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Guminelly Joins us for a 48 Hour Art Check
In this episode, Guminelly joins Cory and Josh to discuss what motivated her to be so productive before in creating art and what has caused her to sink into a slump recently.
66 minutes | Apr 5, 2020
The Value of Art from the Perspective of Non-Artists
In this episode, Cory, Josh and Scott discuss how to understand what non-artists value in art. This is important so you can learn how to successfully market and sell your artwork to your audience. How can you find the balance between advocating for the value and quality of your art while still catering to what your audience wants?
37 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
What to do When Everything Goes to SH*T
In this episode, Cory, Josh and Scott talk about what to do when things get tough. They discuss how they deal with it personally, specifically when it comes to their art and other creative projects. It is important to learn how to keep moving forward through difficult times and not give up.
78 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
In this episode, Cory, Josh, and Scott talk about sharing political beliefs on social media and how everyone has a different way of approaching it. How and why do we each approach the topic of politics differently? Their hope is that artists will think of their approach when it comes to sharing politics through their art on social media.
52 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
Problems with the FTC and Increasing Technology
Cory and Scott talk about the FTC’s regulations and how they are creating problems for online creators and marketers. They also talk about the rapidly increasing technology in the world and how that is being used to manipulate people’s choices and opinions.
69 minutes | Mar 15, 2020
Are You a Starter or a Finisher?
Cory, Josh and Scott talk about the concept of being a starter or a finisher when it comes to creative projects. Getting started is important, but it is also vital to continue with the project and finish what you started.
55 minutes | Mar 15, 2020
Finding a Balance
Cory, Josh and Scott talk about the importance of balancing your art and creative projects with the other aspects of your life.
51 minutes | Mar 7, 2020
YouTube’s Data Collection Controversy
In this episode, Cory and Josh talk about how YouTube is refusing to stop collecting data on its users. This is a controversial issue that many people are saying is an invasion of privacy.
70 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
YouTube’s “Marketing to Children” Algorithm
In this episode, Cory, Josh, and Scott talk about YouTube’s algorithm regarding content that is marked “For Kids” or “Not For Kids.” Creators run a risk of being fined for content that YouTube sees as something that could have a child audience, but is not marked for kids. Is it worth it to save yourself from getting fined by marking your content for kids even though you won’t be able to monetize your videos? Or is it better to do the opposite even though you run the risk of being fined?
42 minutes | Mar 1, 2020
Giving Your Projects a Shot
Cory, Josh, and Scott talk about overcoming the fear of failure or rejection with your creative projects. They discuss how you can be confident and give your projects a shot, instead of holding yourself back.
69 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
Cory, Josh, and Scott talk about labels and how we are often afraid of how they determine the way other people see us. They also discuss the common “Imposter Syndrome” that many people face in the animation and creative arts industry. How can you overcome the fear of what other people think of you and be confident in your skills and interests?
44 minutes | Feb 26, 2020
Value of Knowing Why
Cory Kerr, Joshua Kembel, and Scott Serkland discuss why you should think about why! The why behind things is a huge part of motivation when you're talking about a long term strategy.
90 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Kicking Bad Habits
In this episode, Cory, Joshua, and Scott discuss how they have kicked there bad habits in the past and how they are kicking them now. Follow along to hear their words of advice on how that overcome bad habits.
67 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Online Behavior (Authenticity vs. Oversharing)
Cory and Josh talk about the difference between being honest and oversharing on social media. There is a fine line between the two and it is important to know how to balance being real without sharing too much.
31 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
The Power of Being Wrong
In today’s episode, Josh and Cory talk about the power of being wrong in your creative and professional work. It is valuable to be wrong at times and learn from your mistakes but is also important to allow yourself to win. No matter what creative project you take on, these lessons are unavoidable and help you improve.
41 minutes | Feb 9, 2020
On Comic Trends Hour
Cory and Josh talk about art trends in the comic world including various Hollywood productions, such as Marvel and DC. They discuss which trends they think will evolve or die out as well as predictions about what they think will become trends in the future.
42 minutes | Feb 9, 2020
Competing with Yourself vs. Others in Art
In this episode, Josh and Cory talk about the value of competing with yourself vs. others in art. They discuss ways to overcome this hurdle to be successful in your art and animation projects. They also give an update on their progress for the 100 days of making comics challenge.
62 minutes | Feb 3, 2020
Portfolios are an essential way to showcase your work to potential employers, especially in the graphic design and animation industry. Cory and Josh share personal experiences of what they’ve learned from their own professional portfolios. They explain how to analyze and build your portfolio, how to know what projects to include, and other tips to help you kickstart your career.
28 minutes | Feb 2, 2020
Balancing your various creative projects with the other priorities in your life can be a difficult and haunting thing to master. In today's episode, Cory and Josh discuss the importance of intentional thinking. They share various methods of balance, and how to be intentional with your thoughts for the appropriate situation, whether in your work life, personal projects, or family life.
17 minutes | Jan 26, 2020
Regretting Past Fears
Fear is a common reason for not accomplishing the goals you want to do, and that is no different in the art and animation world. We recount several stories of how fear stopped us from doing what we wanted. How can you keep fear from holding you back, whether it is taking on new client work, animating a short film, creating a comic, or any other dream?
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