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Showing Off, Saying No, and Marshall Gets a Prank Call – Draftsmen S2E18

August 18, 20200 Comments

Marshall and Stan field voicemail questions about balancing time an artist should devote to input and output, what kind of message they want to convey with their art, how much showing off is too much, and whether an artist should take a pay cut to create artwork for friends.

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Questions
5:00 – How do you find a balance between input and output as an artist?
11:54 – What kind of message do you want to give in your artwork?
24:26 – Prank call
25:36 – How much showing off is too much?
34:18 – How do I price my work for good friends who don’t have a lot of money, but want to commission me for work?
44:28 – Outro

References and books

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War of Art Book
On Kitsch by Odd Nerdrum
Spike Lee’s Master Class
War of Art Draftsmen Episode
The Art of Fiction by John Gardner

Referenced Artists:

Marshalls Mad Magazine Art

Marshalls Mad Magazine Art

Robert Williams (Juxtapoz Magazine)

Robert Williams (Juxtapoz Magazine)

Big Daddy Ed Roth (Hot Rod Monster Art)

Big Daddy Ed Roth (Hot Rod Monster Art)

Milt Kahl (American animator)

Milt Kahl (American animator)

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