Shelly Bond and Dan Berry talk about the practicalities of being an editor; what it does and doesn’t entail, trusting the people you work with and Insider Art – an anthology of comics, craft and cats to support female and non-binary comic book retailers during these hard times.
Nick’s first time on the podcast was in 2014, and he returns to talk about working as an artist who writes and a writer who draws, how a career can change course and the balance between chaos and disorder.
Jason has a podcast with Scott Dooley called Is There Something In This? Check it out!
We also talk a little about the brass pens I make. If so inclined, you can buy one here.
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.
Please consider joining the Patreon for the podcast. Now, all patrons get access to a monthly video q&a with Dan where he answers questions and demonstrates stuff. I might even do one on bleed and margins!
Here’s the patron-exclusive Q&A I recorded for January 2020.
There were some really good questions about process, motivation, travel journals, drawing straight into ink and some iPad/scanner/lightbox workarounds.