Uncanny Creativity: A productivity podcast from sketchee.com
By Brian E. Young / Sketchee.com
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The Uncanny Creativity Podcast is a creativity and productivity audio show featuring quick tips for illustrators, designers and other visual artists. Hosted by Brian E. Young. Link: http://sketchee.com/podcast
||Uncanny Creativity 25: Blogging and Creative Writing||In this episode: Blogging and Creative Writing. Show notes: Please take the survey, which will be used for future blog posts: http://sketchee.com/blog/artists-designers-illustrators-share-your-experiences-survey.html Promises and Fears of Social Networki||1/9/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Uncanny Creativity 24: Social Media||In this episode: Using Social Media for your art and design. Show notes: Please take the survey, which will be used for future blog posts: http://sketchee.com/blog/artists-designers-illustrators-share-your-experiences-survey.html Promises and Fears of So||12/8/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Uncanny Creativity 23: Planning Your Projects||In this episode: Tips for planning your business and freelance projects. Show notes: Please take the survey, which will be used for future blog posts: http://sketchee.com/blog/artists-designers-illustrators-share-your-experiences-survey.html The Uncanny||11/24/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Uncanny Creativity 22: Building Your Online Portfolio||In this episode: Tips for building your online portfolio. Show notes: Please take the survey, which will be used for future blog posts:http://sketchee.com/blog/artists-designers-illustrators-share-your-experiences-survey.html Squarespace: http://www.squar||10/27/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sketcheebook 21: Starting Your Creative Blog||All creative types can use a blog as a self promotion tool. Resources: Graphic Design Forum Estitica Design Forum HOW Design Forum The SketcheeBook Podcast is a creativity and productivity audio show featuring quick tips for illustrators, designers and ot||2/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||SketcheeBook 20: Listener Feedback||This episode contains listener feedback! For the animations by Ayman Alagouza mentioned in the episode: http://www.aymanalagouza.blogspot.com/ The Illustrator Frappr Map: http://www.frappr.com/illustrators Rehearsing Visuals with The Sketch: http://www.is||2/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||SketcheeBook 19: Get a Creative Job||One thing you can do to increase your creativity is to get a position in a creative field. Here are some tips for researching a possible career and how to figure out what might be right for you. Take action! … Continue reading →||2/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||SketcheeBook 18: Separating Work||Let’s talk about keeping your productive work life and your productive personal life in their own bubbles. Why is this good and how can we keep issues from one aspect from intruding on another? Another exciting episode of the SketcheeBook … Co||2/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||SketcheeBook 17: Design Brief||No, it’s not an episode about quick design work. This episode is about preparing your strategy for a project through an outline or even a more substantial document such as a work order or a fully developed brief. The SketcheeBook … Continue re||2/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sketcheebook 16: Meeting Artists||James (jhmckissic.artistportfolio.net) wrote in a question about meeting artists. So here’s some of my experience on that topic. I’ve met a few somehow, kinda fun to think about. Resources Volunteer Match http://www.volunteermatch.org AIGA.org||2/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
I suggest it.
I have just recently started listening to this podcast. Brian points out some very relevant facts regarding all sorts of aspects of being a visual artist. Such facts as the importance of a sketchbook, giving and receiving criticism, and what to do when you have artist's block. Some of the episodes are a little short, but they relay their point quite well. More recently Brian has started to include references with each cast. Many of them are great sites that I probably wouldn't have found on my own. If you are an aspiring artist, or even a practicing artist for that matter, you should pick this up and give it a listen.
Great podcast for creative types
SketcheeBook covers all sorts of creative topics in a really accessible way. He provides good and interesting information. I think anybody interested in art would enjoy this podcast - definitely check it out!
Short, sweet and to the point.
I listened to the first podcast and liked it so much that I downloaded all of them. Very insightful, professional, and to the point without being pretentious. I want more please.