Saturday, December 07, 2013
In episode 124 we discuss a multi-part question from lister, Te Kopp, about how to determine if it is time pursue a career in illustration.
Thank you, Te!
Jeremy also shares an interview with artist, Dave Palumbo, recorded way back at Illuxcon 2012!
Things got busy for Jeremy and we had a few special episodes that made it necessary to wait on sharing what turned out to be an awesome interview.
We hope you enjoy it!
Listen to episode 124 of the Ninja Mountain Podcast.
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Munkie Revolution by Jeremy Rathbone!
Friday, October 25, 2013
In this episode, we are joined by Stephen and Will, the coordinators of Aethercon 2013 to share the latest news on this exciting event.
Artists Chris Malidore, Eric Lofgren, and Jeremy McHugh are in the show this year and join in the conversation.
Special thanks to Jon Gibbons, and Jon Hodgson of Cubicle 7 for joining in the early attempted recording of this episode.
Sadly, that first recording was lost to the internet gods who must occasionally select a tribute to sate their terrible hunger.
Socar even asks a question in this episode that we all manage to not answer. :)
Have a listen!
mp3 version now available!
Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or you will join the lost recording of episode 123---floating and lost amidst the internet ether!
Monday, September 16, 2013
This episode opens with an interview with artist, Eric Velhagen, taken at LAST year's Illuxcon ( Jeremy's been busy).
It is followed up by Ninjas Kieran Yanner, Socar Myles, Patrick McEvoy, and Jeremy McHugh with discussion about Kickstarter.
The departure of The World of Warcraft CCG and what it might mean to many working freelancers.
We also learn about Mr GnarlyPouch and why he doesn't like you...
Subscribe to the Ninja Mountain Podcast on iTunes or Mr GnarlyPouch will do somewhat more than merely not LIKE you...
I mentioned on facebook that we were in the midst of recording this episode and the following Ninja Listeners kindly voiced their approval. I happened to look at the post during the show and made mention of these artists:
Apologies to those that did not happen to chime in on facebook during the recording! You all rock!
We also make special shout-out to our friends at Sidebar Nation. Give that show your ears, folks!
Check out Krab Jab Studio while you're out there in the internet wilds or stop by Atelier Coffee Company for a steaming cup of kick-ass!
Learn more about Eric Velhagen and his work at his studio website. :)
Thursday, June 20, 2013
This week the Ninjas are joined by Aaron Miller and Randy Gallegos to learn more about PACT--The Professional Artist's Toolkit.
The team at PACT reveal their plans for the site and how it hopes to better the situation for freelance illustrators everywhere! They also need your help to get the site off the ground.
Consider becoming a supporter and visit their Indiegogo page!
We also tackle challenging questions from our listeners.
Don't forget to listen to the episode's "B side" tacked on by special request at the end of the first half.
What to do when a publisher breaks its contract with you!
We've all been there, folks.
Subscribe to the Ninja Mountain Podcast on iTunes or we will come to your house armed with variously sized pen nibs. Don't think we won't!
Thursday, May 16, 2013
In this latest episode Socar, Drew, Kieran, Patrick, and Jeremy discuss fandom in answer to a question from Chantal Fournier. They also discuss topics raised by the good people at Art Pact!
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
This episode opens with an interview with Fred Fields recorded while at Illuxcon 2012.
Next, we discuss devious Deviance with Socar, Jeremy, Drew, and Kieran.
Have a listen!
Saturday, November 24, 2012
In episode 118 of the Ninja Mountain Podcast, Socar, Patrick, and Jeremy field listener questions about how to deal with poor reviews from the internet critics, the importance of defining your goals as an illustrator, and the secret to building a space-age fort of the future!
Illuxcon–Note! The Jury for artists wishing to take part in certain showcases at this year’s symposium is taking place now! Get your entries in!