Tom Hart and Dan Berry talk about running a comics school, the different kinds of practice and the question ‘What Would Kate Bush Do?’
Stephanie Cooke and Dan Berry chat about going freelance, working with others and the importance (or not) of tools.
In addition to writing and editing, Stephanie also runs Creator Resource, which is an excellent site that collects a treasure trove of information all about the comics industry. Totally worth jumping in. There’s a Patreon for Creator Resource too!
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Eleri Harris and Dan Berry talk all about having a multi-faceted career, the role of truth in journalism, information & explanation and how the world works.
This episode is a bit of a break from the norm, with Danielle Corsetto and Dan Berry discussing approaches to teaching. This mainly takes the form of Danielle asking Dan’s opinion on various aspects of being an arts educator, from confidence, to expertise, to grades, to tone of voice and more.
The course in Denmark we both taught on is the Graphic Storytelling course at The Animation Workshop, Via University in Viborg. It is exceptionally good and I am always very impressed with what they do and how they do it.
MariNaomi and Dan Berry talk about applying lessons learned from autobiography to fiction, characters as catharsis and burning out.
We talk about Dapo’s journey into publishing, and his experience of arts education in the UK’s university system. If are a student studying art or design in the UK and any of the things that Dapo talks about is affecting or has affected you or someone you know, feel free to get in touch with Dan for advice.
Richard Short and Dan Berry take about having a streamlined process, understanding your characters and not letting them die.
Campbell Whyte and Dan Berry chat about shifting styles to stay excited with a project, the intention behind the work and the purpose of practice.
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Lizzie Kaye of Cast Iron Books and Dan Berry chat about publishing, editing, having something to say and a leap, a push and a stubborn stomp.
Keef Knight, Gentleman Cartoonist and Dan Berry chat (amongst other things) about stepping back, working solo vs working as part of a team and drawing funny pictures.
Paul Savage and Dan Berry chat about comedy, comics, Dan’s problem with puns and being a full-time uncle.
Chris Gooch and Dan Berry chat about the making of Chris’ new book Under Earth (available from Top Shelf and your local independent book store), rules for future-proofing and the mechanics of dread and suspense in films.
Sam Hardacre and Dan Berry talk about getting started drawing comics, parenthood, mortality and process.
Hannah Eaton and Dan Berry chat about folk horror, diagrammatic plots, the crossover between comedy and comics and mystery nibs.
Buy Hannah’s book from Myriad Editions or from your local independent bookshop.
In the 200th episode of Make It Then Tell Everybody, the tables are turned and Dan is interviewed by Adventure Cartoonist Lucy Bellwood, who brings a previously unheard level of professionalism to this podcast. Lucy talks to Dan about career transitions, lessons from the last 8 years of the podcast, his role as an educator and working through a competitive bracket in which the most absurd nautical term is finally, definitively chosen.
Dan has a new book available! Buy it here!