Ryan Estrada and Dan Berry chat about efficiency, speed, collaboration and dealing with too many ideas.
Ben Passmore and Dan Berry chat about punk, drawing, what you don’t see, being sued and fixing cars.
Ben has a new book out with Koyama Press called Sports is Hell.
As mentioned in this episode, there are still people going through the lawsuit Ben mentioned. If you can, consider donating to help them pay their legal bills here.
Hass and Dan chat all about lettering styles and approaches and how comics come to life.
The artwork for this episode was lettered by Hass, drawn by Artyom Trakhanov with colours by Jason Wordie.
Nate Powell and Dan Berry chat about being in punk bands and having a DIY ethos, the idea of selling out and when an artist should be invisible.
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Rich Hardiman of Comicprintinguk.com chats with Dan Berry about all things print – planning a book, working within constraints, colour models, bleed and binding. All that good stuff.
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Hannah Berry returns to the podcast to talk with Dan Berry (no relation) about the realities of making a living in comics, being a parent and being an advocate for comics.
This episode features some un-bleeped swearing.
In the picture, you can see Hannah, former Laureate Charlie and The Cape.
For those that are interested, Hannah and I are running a short course entitled Building Comics in North Wales at the end of September.
Corrections – The first print run of Dav Pilkey’s next Dog Man book from Scholastic is THREE MILLION not one million like I said during the interview. WOW.
Joana Mosi and Dan Berry chat about education (both being educated and being an educator), finding and using inspiration, dealing with failure and the magical power of a book.
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James Albon and Dan Berry talk about James’ new book, A Shining Beacon and get deep into process-chat, talking about pencils, cheap brushes, expensive pigments, the process of writing and turning that writing into comics.
Hi. Dan here. So you may have noticed that the podcast has been undergoing some kind of hiatus and has been following an erratic update schedule (to say the least). Here’s a short update where I talk about my recent situation and how I’m interested in developing the show. It’s only a brief update, and I’ll be aiming to be on a more regular schedule from now on, but I need your input. I wrote a version of this over on Patreon, please take a couple of minutes to give it some thought and let me know what you think.