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Scribble to Discover – Draftsmen S3E02

April 13, 20211 Comment

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Scribbling in your art can be an excellent starting point, or a disastrous dead end. In today’s episode, Marshall and Stan discuss how scribbling can reveal fresh ideas, how scribbling relates to categorizing thoughts, and how their training shaped the way they draw today.

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References and books

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Bootcamps with Marshall and Vance Kovacs
Elizabeth Gilbert Ted Talk
Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein Masterclass
The Natural Way to Draw by Kimon Nicolaides
Zettelkasten Method
How to Take Smart Notes by Sönke Ahrens
Rome Research
Edward de Bono: Six Thinking Hats
Howard Pyle by Henry Pitz
Cliff Edwards (Scat Singing – Singing In the Rain)

Referenced Images:

Winsor McCay

Winsor McCay

Kim Jung Gi

Kim Jung Gi

Jeff Watts

Jeff Watts

Stan’s Quicksketch

Stan’s Quicksketch

Edward Sorel

Edward Sorel

Heinrich Kley

Heinrich Kley

Preston Blair

Preston Blair

Back to the Future (actor swap)

Back to the Future (actor swap)

James Gurney

James Gurney

Barron Storey

Barron Storey

Howard Pyle Painting “The Coming of Lancaster”

Howard Pyle Painting

Justin Sweet

Justin Sweet

Vance Kovacs

Vance Kovacs

Honore Daumier

Honore Daumier

Frank Gehry

Frank Gehry

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  1. Hannah says:

    Great listen. Thank you.

    On the subject of notes taking, the Zettel Kasten system reminded me of The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

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