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Welcome to Unbound Theatre! Here you'll find podcast and audio and projects from the Unbound Theatre company, based at Queens Park Arts Centre in Aylesbury. Our podcast currently spans poetry, sketch shows, sitcoms and panel games, with more projects lined up for the near future including exclusive audiobooks and behind-the-scenes content.
 
I am an automotive designer but people are always asking me, "what does that mean"? And, how do you "design" a car? My favorite question, though, is what makes "good" design? This podcast will answer all of those questions and more as we talk about the latest in automotive trends, major car shows like NAIAS and SEMA, and what influences these designs. Every now and again, I'll talk product design too. So come on, check out an episode or two and let's take this journey together!
 
Sketchbook Heroes is the podcast that brings you on a journey into the crazy minds of two geeky artists from Stockholm. No matter if you are at the beginning of your artistic journey with a few insecure sketches or if you´re a Jedi level illustrator splashing your paint around like its nobodys business. Sketchbook heroes will have you covered.
 
Known for their down-to-earth conversations, each week, artist Laura Horn and husband, Richie, share their experience of making art, running a business and juggling family life. Join them as they talk about the hot topics facing artists today. From finding your style to navigating social media, this podcast is packed with relatable stories and practical strategies to help you grow as an artist.
 
Creativity can be a lonely path. If we want to reach our full potential (and have a good time doing it), we Creatives need cheerleading and insights from our creative colleagues. In the Creative Chats podcast, I speak to some of the best Creatives around, about creativity and their process, and I share stories of Artists, Makers, and Content Creators. In fact, anything that will help you do your best work yet!
 
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Welcome to another segment of Sketchbook called Matchbook where Jen Barton and I set the band world on fire with our hot takes! You may remember Jen Barton and me from the highest-rated drum corps & fashion-related show on FloMarching, Taking the Field. Or the wonderfully entertaining 4th episode of Sketchbook found here on Anchor & wherever you li…
 
Danny Gregory has written a dozen internationally best-selling books on art and creativity. He is the founder of Sketchbook Skool with tens of thousands of students worldwide. Through his books and in the large online communities he oversees, Danny has shown tens of thousands of people how to ignite their inner artists, embrace their creativity and…
 
What kind of person are you? What are your personality traits and what are your quirks? This might seem like an odd question for an art podcast, but we both believe that it's a vital one and in this episode, we get into why. For us, the ancient greek aphorism "know thyself" applies perfectly to art-making and may impact our style, our medium and ou…
 
Back in action friends! This week we discuss the difference between personal and commercial artwork and the effect it has on us as artists. 00:10:30 - Topic 01:07:00 - Tools Robert talks movie poster and more writing adventures and Ilias is talking his pyrography into a new direction. 01:34:05 - Retro Time! Nerdy stuff for this week: Invincible on …
 
Artist and storyteller at heart, Ânia Marcos believes empathy and stories are what drives humanity forward. She's been building a career out of helping creatives, art schools and other creative companies stand out by finding their own voice. She also hosts the Make More Art podcast at Etchr Lab, which allows her to go on art rants with other artist…
 
Probably! We all are to some extent... After all, it's not unusual to enjoy it when other people like our work. However there are times it can become a problem and block you from moving forward. We discuss times when we have been guilty of making work with too much consideration for what other people may think of it and have some ideas about how to…
 
Last week, Marvel Comics signed a distribution deal with Penguin Random House to distribute their comics to the direct market (comic shops). Joe and Cory!! go over this deal, how affects comic shops, fans and the rest fo the comics market overall. Alse, they discuss going to a warehouse sale of comics, what these sales are like and the type of back…
 
There's a chill in the air during this episode of 'Tell Great Stories', as we look at our pantomime production of 'The Snow Queen' with some of the original cast. Host Andy Shaw is joined by Stephanie Hull, Andrew Faber, Emily Pugh, Filipa Garrido, Micky Scott & Alisha Westbury. www.unboundtheatre.co.ukMusic CreditPamgaea by Kevin MacLeodLink: inco…
 
In today's podcast, we’re going to talk about the curse of perfectionism for artists. And one of the first things to consider is why you are striving for perfection. Are you striving for perfection because you enjoy the process of getting there? (That’s not a bad thing) Or are you just striving for perfection to prove to others, or yourself that yo…
 
In this week’s episode, I am sharing a few posts and podcast episodes from other artists that have helped me to get back on track after a bit of a slump in my creative practice. They say a problem shared is a problem halved and I certainly have to agree with that. I’ve been taking a lot of comfort from other artists in the community and I wanted to…
 
This week, Louise is joined by special guest Lewis Noble. Lewis is a UK-based contemporary landscape painter with a unique style and a well-established reputation. He exhibits widely and has been teaching workshops for over 15 years. In this episode, we discuss his approach to abstracting from reality, a unique process that involves a combination o…
 
It's a challenge to be in high school and feeling you are poised to make a decision that will determine the course of your entire life. In this episode I offer some perspective to a person in need. I try to do my best to answer all emails people send me, especially those with pressing questions. If you'd like to write to me, my email is dannygregor…
 
No theme this week, just comics talk as Joe and Cory!! haven’t had a time to just talk comics as if they were hanging out at the comic shop, so you get to listen in. This week, they discuss: For some reason, Cory!! sounds like he is recording from the bottom of a well. No work yet on if Buffalo Bill told him to put the lotion on his skin or he gets…
 
'The Chronicles of Professor Chronomier: From the Depths'EpilogueWritten by Dario Knight | Performed by Erika SandersonThe Enforcers are ready to leave 1895, but as the mission to detain 6-0-4-9 comes it its conclusion, another is about to begin...Artwork by Jon ScrivensMusic CreditConstancy Part Three by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.film…
 
'The Chronicles of Professor Chronomier: From the Depths'Chapter 16 - The MessageWritten by Dario Knight | Performed by Erika SandersonEveryone has their place in history. Everyone has their role to play. For the Professor, 1895 holds one final heartache. New chapters released every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 4pm.Artwork by Jon ScrivensMusi…
 
Do you consider yourself to be creative? Did you know that cartooning can help?! Meet Sarah Jane Vickery, an artist and creativity coach who’s developed unique online art classes to help you do just that. Her goal is to help as many people as possible build the core skill of being able to think creatively - children and adults alike. Sarah believes…
 
I'll just make a quick video for Instagram. It'll be easy. 5 hours later and with much cursing, I had nothing. Well actually, I did have some footage of the back of my head and some interesting shadows! If this sounds all too familiar, stay tuned! This week, Richie is taking over the mic and sharing his skills and knowledge as a videographer. Don’t…
 
'The Chronicles of Professor Chronomier: From the Depths'Chapter 15 - The HotelWritten by Dario Knight | Performed by Erika SandersonThe Professor and Astrid are reunited in 1895, where Oscar Wilde is recovering from the attempt on his life. But before the travellers depart, there is a gift to be given, and one last deception at play...New chapters…
 
This week, we're discussing the challenges of finding time to make our art when we all have so much else going on. Many of us balance family, work and art-making and then somewhere in there, we also need to find time to market the work and manage the admin side of things. This means posting on social media, managing a website, keeping inventory, de…
 
Every Month, Diamond comics distribution puts out the magazine Previews, a catalog showing what comics are coming out two months (or more) from now. Also, every month, Joe and Cory!! go through it to highlight the new comics and books they find interesting as help you find new comics you may want to order. Along the way, they talk comics history, s…
 
Today we are talking about the pros and cons of social media for artists of which there are many. I think at some point we will all have had some great experiences on social media, whether that is making new friends and contacts or a great comment. But of course it also has its downsides too.By Kick in the Creatives
 
Its time for that filler episode! So enjoy these awesome art tips that we assume are great and life changing while we do other things ;D 00:03:17 - Topic 00:49:12 - Tools A cool thing thing that Robert did for his mom! 00:57:32 - Retro Time! Willow Its Always sunny in Philadelphia HR Giger Art book and other nerdy stuff! Much enjoy!…
 
'The Chronicles of Professor Chronomier: From the Depths'Chapter 14 - The BombWritten by Dario Knight | Performed by Erika SandersonThe Professor embarks on one last-ditch attempt to stop 6-0-4-9, but at the scene of their final encounter, neither is ready for the force about to act against them...New chapters released every Tuesday, Thursday, and …
 
Welcome to another segment of Sketchbook called Matchbook where Jen Barton and I set the band world on fire with our hot takes! You may remember Jen Barton and me from the highest-rated drum corps & fashion-related show on FloMarching, Taking the Field. Or the wonderfully entertaining 4th episode of Sketchbook found here on Anchor & wherever you li…
 
'The Chronicles of Professor Chronomier: From the Depths'Chapter 13 - The LinkWritten by Dario Knight | Performed by Erika SandersonOn a bridge across time that should never have existed, the heart of Oscar Wilde is about to be laid bare...New chapters released every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 4pm.Artwork by Jon ScrivensMusic CreditConstanc…
 
Mike McDerment is the Co-Founder and CEO of FreshBooks, the #1 accounting software in the cloud, designed exclusively for freelancers and growing service-based business owners. Built out of frustration after accidentally saving over an invoice, Mike spent 3.5 years growing FreshBooks from his parents’ basement. Since launching in 2003, over 24 mill…
 
Sometimes the administration side of being an artist takes over to the point where you don’t feel like much of an artist at all! Too many hours behind the computer screen can leave you feeling tired, exhausted and full of self-doubt. When this happens something has to give! This week we chat about making painting a priority again. You’ll hear about…
 
'The Chronicles of Professor Chronomier: From the Depths'Chapter 12 - The ShowdownWritten by Dario Knight | Performed by Erika SandersonAstrid returns to the factory, where the Enforcers are preparing to make their final stand. But when the attack begins, she begins to suspect there's more than one traitor in the ranks...New chapters released every…
 
This week, we're diving into the world of Instagram. This is perhaps the most popular social media platform for artists, but it can feel overwhelming, confusing or just downright frustrating. What are the right hashtags? Why do some posts do better than others? How can you increase your following? Do your clothes have to match your paintings? And w…
 
Welcome to another segment of Sketchbook called Matchbook where Jen Barton and I set the band world on fire with our hot takes! You may remember Jen Barton and me from the highest-rated drum corps & fashion-related show on FloMarching, Taking the Field. Or the wonderfully entertaining 4th episode of Sketchbook found here on Anchor & wherever you li…
 
After the conclusion of WandaVision, a lot of people are curios about the comics connections. Is it based on the comics, how true to the comics characters is the series, and just what IS the background of these characters. Joe and Cory!! do a rare “Hero History” (a series that used to be done by the magazine Amazing Heroes in the 80’s) to explain t…
 
I’ve struggled with my identity as a writer and an artist and maybe you’re doing the same. Perhaps this will help.... Would you like to get some creative inspiration sent to you each week? Sign up to get my Friday essays. They’re thought provoking, funny, occasionally quite odd, and always free. Tell me where I should send yours by signing up at da…
 
Whats up folks? What the hell is a "niche" and should you be doing it? 00:05:35 - Topic 00:39:35 - Tools Robert gets his mojo back and Ilias finally gets his head out of his @ss and buys a burning kit and actually gets around to using it. 01:18:23 - Retro Time y'all Raya and the last dragon. Into The spider-verse(AGAIN?! FOR 9 MINUTES, WTF?!!!) and…
 
We're looking back through the pages of the Unbound Sketchbook in the next episode of 'Tell Great Stories', as we disucss the origins of our much-loved sketch group.Hosts Kati Herbert and Dario Knight are joined by Gareth Johnson, Brian Murray, and Jo Pratt.www.unboundtheatre.co.ukMusic CreditPamgaea by Kevin MacLeodLink: incompetech.filmmusic.io/s…
 
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