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Best Darryl Kluskowski Cartoonist And Writer podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Darryl Kluskowski Cartoonist And Writer podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I'm joined by John T. Reynolds. John is an accomplished TV writer and the creator of the darkly funny comic, A Fistful of Babies. In this episode, you’ll hear how John got started cartooning, his thoughts on how cartooning is unlike any other medium, and how he got a letter from “Calvin and Hobbes” c…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I'm joined by humorous illustrator, character designer, and cartoonist, Robb Mommaerts. Robb fills us in on how he got started in illustration, what his studio looks like, and the kinds of comic books his grandfather would bring home to him. There were some gremlins in the recording equipment on this…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I'm joined by Mark Parisi, the creator of the hugely popular syndicated comic "Off the Mark." Mark let's us know what it's like being a syndicated cartoonist, how he finds inspiration for his work, and all about his awesome "Marty Pants" book series. Settle in and get ready for some fun cartoon talk!…
 
Daryll Collins joins me on this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast. Daryll is a successful cartoonist and humorous illustrator who's work has appeared around the world. He tells us about how he got started in cartooning, how the industry has changed over the years, and how his Saturday morning cartoon ritual influenced his work. Enjoy!…
 
In this special episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I head over to the New York Comic Con. You'll hear about some of the sites I saw, plus I head over to New York AnimeFest for a bit. Unfortunately, my own awkwardness prevented me from getting any in-person interviews. I think you'll still enjoy this episode and I promise to do a better job ne…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I have a chat with Buck Jones. Buck is a humorous illustrator and cartoonist living in Des Moines, Iowa. You'll hear how he got started in cartooning, what his studio is like, and all about his new puppy. And, as an extra bonus, you'll get to hear me mispronounce "Des Moines." Nifty.…
 
Dip pens have been around for a long time. In this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I fill you in on the old-timey pen nibs I use for my cartooning. You'll learn a bit of history, what my favorite pen nibs are, and some tips for using them. If you’re a cartoonist who likes to produce their work by hand, you’ll find this interesting. No fool…
 
This episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast features my conversation with cartoonist Frank Hansen. Frank is based in Los Angeles, California and lets us in on his life growing up in Reno, Nevada, what inspires him for his work, and his favorite celebrity encounter. It's another fascinating peek into the world of an awesome cartoonist and I know yo…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, Maria Scrivan stops by for a chat. Maria is a syndicated cartoonist and the creator of "Half Full". You'll learn how Maria got started in cartooning, how her miniature dachshund, Toby, is an inspiration for her work, and how Siri mistranslated what she said once and provided her with perhaps the all-…
 
International artist and creator of "The Book of Bare Bones", Will Blood joins me from Brighton, England. Will's a talented artist and designer who's work has appeared around the world. He also knows about a kick-ass dumpling place in London. Insects, art, and anger are the themes of this epic episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast. (Among other t…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I'm joined by Jason Chatfield, the internationally-syndicated cartoonist of the comic strip, "Ginger Meggs." His cartoon work regularly appears in the New Yorker and MAD Magazine. He's also a stand-up comedian in New York City. A native Australian, Jason let's us know how he got started in cartooning…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, cartoonist Johnny Sampson sits down to discuss his craft. Johnny has worked for the New York Times, Mad Magazine, and VICE, to name a few. You'll hear about his days as a storyboard artist in Los Angeles, what his teachers thought about his paintings in art school, and the value of a stupid idea jott…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling podcast, you'll listen in on my chat with Duane Abel, creator of the comic strip "Zed." Duane has a real passion for the art and craft of cartooning and it shines through in our chat. You'll hear a wonderful story about his Grandma, learn about one of his favorite comic strips that some people hate, and hear …
 
Another international episode of the Cartoon Dumpling podcast! This time I chat with Nick Prodromou from England. Nick's work is influenced by street art, cartoons, and pop culture. It's also super rad! You'll learn about his technique for producing his work, how he started his own brand in 2017, and his favorite cartoon of all time. This is a tota…
 
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling podcast, you'll hear from Elliot Lobell. Elliot is a stop-motion animator and monster maker. You'll learn about his time working on Anomalisa, what his biggest disaster in stop-motion animation has been to date, and what makes stop-motion animation so difficult, yet so rewarding. It's a fun discussion that ev…
 
Mad Magazine artist and Reuben Award-winning illustrator Ed Steckley joins me on this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast. Ed is an ultra-talented caricature artist and illustrator. You'll learn how he started his career, what his studio is like, and where his favorite dumplings are served. Ed is a helluva guy and I had a blast chatting with hi…
 
Shelly Shenoy is a voice-over actor who has brought tons of cartoon characters to life. In this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling podcast, Shelly joins me via Skype to discusses how she got started in the business, how she finds the "voice" of a character, and her favorite character she's worked on. You'll also learn what it's like when a character i…
 
In this episode of Cartoon Dumpling, I have a conversation with Lance Inkwell, a cartoonist based in Denver, Colorado. Lance is a former punk band member who had his own "punk rebellion" in cartooning by establishing a thoroughly modern, retro-cartoon style. Lance is a self-taught cartoonist with a huge Instagram following. He may not leave the hou…
 
On this international episode of the Cartoon Dumpling podcast, I chat with cartoonist Amber Marfatia. You'll learn how he uses technology to produce his cartoons, what inspires his creativity, and why his city is known as the "Oxford of the East." The conversation is lively, informative, and a whole lot of fun. Enjoy!…
 
This time on the Cartoon Dumpling podcast, I'll cover a topic near and dear to every cartoonist's heart: sketchbooks. I've used a lot of different sketchbooks over the years, including one kind some people actually hate. (I know, right?) Learn which three types have been most useful for me. You'll also hear about the tiny tragedy concerning my 20+ …
 
In this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I sit down with Vincent Stall, the indie-comic icon known as King Mini. In our wide-ranging conversation, you'll hear how a former football player influenced his art, how the death of Phoenix made him feel, and why he draws in a basement. It's a chat I think you'll find fascinating. But be warned, th…
 
This episode of Cartoon Dumpling features a discussion with Michael Patterson--animator, director, and music visualizer. Mike has had a profound influence on my cartooning work. He joins me for a chat about his career as an artist. You'll learn about Mike's famous music video work for the band a-ha and Paula Abdul. You'll also learn what Don Henley…
 
This episode of Cartoon Dumpling podcast is about Bristol board. What are the different surfaces? Is it the same as illustration board? Why is it called Bristol board? This subject may be too basic for the pros out there, but for those just starting out, I think you'll find it helpful. Really. I do.By Darryl Kluskowski: Cartoonist and Writer
 
This episode of Cartoon Dumpling is about an obscure cartoon, Tobor, the 8th Man. Tobor (a cartoon favorite of mine) was a shape-shifting, monster-wrestling, crime-fighiting android who's unique rejuvination power eventually led to the show being banned from television in the United States.By Darryl Kluskowski: Cartoonist and Writer
 
In this episode of Cartoon Dumpling, you'll learn how to avoid "B.D.E.", what the "dumpling scale" is and why you have no say in it. Plus, you'll hear a shout out to a cartoon show I'm sure you've watched, but if you haven't, you must. It's a tiny episode but, just like a dumpling, it's tasty.By Darryl Kluskowski: Cartoonist and Writer
 
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