The Paper Wings Podcast
By Chris Oatley, Lora Innes & Justin Copeland
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Elevate your visual storytelling! Learn to write, draw and make a living from your creator-owned comics, graphic novels, films and webseries with Disney Character Designer Chris Oatley, IDW Comics Creator Lora Innes and Marvel Storyboard Artist Justin Copeland.
||CleanInterview With Novelist/ Screenwriter Abbey Cleland (Part 2) :: Paper Wings Show #36||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 stupid. And tal||17-3-2016||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanInterview With Novelist/ Screenwriter Abbey Cleland (Part 1) :: Paper Wings Show #35||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 film,||14-3-2016||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanInterview With Jason Brubaker: DreamWorks Visual Development Artist and Creator Of “reMIND” (Part 3) :: Paper Wings Show #3||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 nove||14-10-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanInterview With Claire Keane :: Paper Wings Show #33||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.||3-6-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanInterview With Eric Canete: Animation Storyboard Artist & Co-Creator of “Run Love Kill” (Image Comics) :: Paper Wings Show||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 in||6-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||Clean“Failing Upward” :: Interview With Animation Story Artist Aliki Theofilopoulos Grafft :: Paper Wings Show #31||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||2-3-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanFrom Self-Publishing to Scholastic: An Interview With Jimmy Gownley :: Paper Wings Show #30||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. Join u||27-1-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanCreating Characters From Your Story’s Theme (Part 2) :: with Brian McDonald :: Paper Wings Show #29||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 discuss wh||8-12-2014||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanCreating Characters From Your Story’s Theme :: with Brian McDonald :: Paper Wings Show #28||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… Listen To The In||4-11-2014||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanCreating A Professional Storyboard Portfolio :: Paper Wings Show #27||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 and resp||25-2-2014||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
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The most helpful podcast I discovered on the net
If you`re a creative storyteller (comics, illustrated books, movies etc.) and if you could use some great tips, a new challenge or more creative freedom in your work, personal projects, or if you are just starting out in this field, then this is the podcast for you!
As someone who doesn`t yet know exactly which path my art and projects will be taking, I find that the Paperwings Podcast asks the right questions and gives the right ideas to think about what you do and why you do it. Chris and Lora not only have a lot of experience in their field (animation/character design, digital art and comics mostly) but also love to share what they`ve learned and they know how to inspire and motivate people to think about their own projects. They do that in an entheusiastic and humorous way that never makes it boring to listen to. They share their advice, their thoughts, tips about books and websites and steps you can take to reach your goals.
I get reinspired and motivated each week, not only by the podcast itself, but also through the great community that is forming around the podcast on the website. The Paperwings show came on the right time for me and all in all I find it to be the best podcast experience on this subject that I`ve come across. Try out an episode and hear for yourself!
Very good show
This is a very good podcast aimed at creatives working in comics and animation mostly, but also helpful for people working in other artistic and creative disciplines as it tackles general as well as field specific issues. Chris and Lora's conversations are useful and funny. Both have experience in their field and they are not afraid to share their knowledge and sometimes their doubts. The way they wrap up every show, point by point, really helps structure the ideas they have tackled. They are also open for feedback and wish to really engage with their audience through the blog. I enjoy listening to their weekly podcast and hope they will continue to share their expertise and perspective on comics, animation and creativity in general.