LIA Cast 265 - When is it "Done"?

There’s an old expression: “Art isn’t finished, it’s abandoned.” So when do you know when to abandon ship and let the art just be what it is? Join Rob and Jerzy for an exploration on when to stop fussing and let your piece exist on its own.

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LIA 264 - Creating on the Road

At some point or another you’ll find yourself drawing while traveling. Whether you’re keeping a practice going or trying to stay on deadline while traveling, it’s worth thinking about what you carry with you to make the stuff you want to make. Join Jerzy and Rob for a discussion on keeping a mobile setup.

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LIA Cast 209 - Unpacking Your Work for Presentation (rebroadcast)

At some point you may be asked to describe your creative process, whether it’s at a friendly get together, an informal meeting at work, on a panel at a conference, or in a workshop environment.

Putting words to thinking that sometimes happens silently and abstractly can reveal new dimensions to the work you’re doing. But how do you approach this unpacking? How does the intended audience shape the presentation material? How does your sense of mission inform the material?

Join us for a discussion on how we go about picking apart our work to turn it into material to present to a variety of audiences.

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LIA Cast 263 - Public Art Drops

This week Jerzy and Rob look at the methods and rationale for hiding pieces of original art in public.

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LIA Cast 155 - Inking (rebroadcast)

Talking about inking on the Lean Into Art Cast!

We all know by now that there are no “right” tools for drawing. But how do you begin an investigation into which tools to use? How do you interview the tool for the job you want it to do? On that topic, how do you define the tool’s job description?

Join us for an exploration of various inking tools we have used and continued to use in our illustration and comics work. We’ll hold live demos for as many of the inking tools as time allows.

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