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art for all

Creative inspiration and advice to help you stop procrastinating and start making stuff. Any kind of stuff. Hosted by best-selling author Danny Gregory. Brought to you by Sketchbook Skool. 

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Why is everyone's art better than mine?
Are you constantly comparing your art to other artists? Does it seem like everyone on Instagram is making better stuff than you?  Let's talk about these issues and better understand where your art stands and why you shouldn't give up!Get your free copy of Danny's book, The Seven Deadly Sins of Creativity, at http://sketchbookskool.com/sinJoin Danny Gregory and Jill Badonsky for Art for All, the Sketchbook Skool podcast to discuss this and other topics impacting creative people like us.These experienced creative coaches and authors will discuss themes, share exercises, read their books and tell jokes.Art for All is also available as a video at https://www.youtube.com/c/sketchbookskool  Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
49:01 4/6/23
How do I find my style?
Are you copying other people's art and worrying you can never make anything unique?  How do you develop a personal approach? How do you make art that's authentically yours? Let's talk about these issues and devise some solutions to make art a regular part of your life, no matter what level you are.Join Danny Gregory and Jill Badonsky for the new season of Art for All, the Sketchbook Skool podcast, to discuss this and other topics impacting creative people like us.These experienced creative coaches and authors will discuss themes and answer questions from the audience. They'll also share exercises, tell jokes and read from their booksEach episode is recorded in front of a live audience that YOU can join each Wednesday at 10 am PT.Bring your questions about your creative process, blocks, challenges, and problems. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
54:55 3/29/23
How do I find time for art?
Welcome to the 5th  season of Art for All, the Sketchbook Skool podcast.Join Danny Gregory and this season's cohost, Jill Badonsky, as they discuss creative blocks and challenges and how to get it together, get inspired, and get to work.Today we discuss:Are you waiting until you quit your job or retire to find the time to make art?  Are you too busy to de-stress with some art-making? Do you feel guilty when you take the time to draw? Let's talk about these issues and come up with some solutions to make art a regular part of your life, no matter how busy you are.Each episode is recorded in front of a live audience that YOU can join each Wednesday at 10 am PT on YouTube.Bring your questions about the creative process, blocks, challenges, and problems.Art for All is also available as a video podcast on the Sketchbook Skool channel on YouTubeGet your free ebook and essays at DannysEssays.comDannysEssays.compodcast@sketchbookskool.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
52:55 3/23/23
How to get your creative project started NOW!
Welcome to the 5th  season of Art for All, the Sketchbook Skool podcast .Join Danny Gregory and this season's cohost, Jill Badonsky, as they discuss creative blocks and challenges and how to get it together, get inspired, and get to work.Today we discuss: Why is it so hard to get started on a new project?  Whether it's beginning a new sketchbook or writing the first sentence of a novel, starting has a unique set of challenges.Each episode is recorded in front of a live audience that YOU can join each Wednesday at 10 am PT.Bring your questions about your creative process, blocks, challenges, and problems.Art for All is also available as a video podcast on the Sketchbook Skool channel on YouTube: Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
52:31 3/15/23
77. Jill Badonsky: The Creative Mind
This week Danny chats with Jill Badonsky, M.Ed, an internationally recognized workshop leader, award-winning inspirational humorist, and author/illustrator of three books about mindfulness and creativity including The Muse is In: An Owner’s Manual to Your Creativity, The Nine Modern Day Muses (and a Bodyguard): 10 Guides to Creative Inspiration, and The Awe-manac: A Daily Dose of Wonder. She is the creator of Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching Certification training. Jill facilitates workshops in San Diego, around the US., annually in Taos, NM. and aboard. Jill lives in San Diego with two cats and a bougainvillea. She has a podcast called A Muse’s Daydream. More Jill:• Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching Certification  training: • Jill's podcast- • Facebook: • Instagram:• Website: www.themuseisin.com and www.kaizenmuse.com   Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
57:52 12/26/22
76. Trevor Romain: Healing kids with art
For more than 30 years, Trevor Romain has been entertaining, educating, and inspiring both children and adults with his best-selling books, award-winning animation series, as a keynote speaker, and an incredible storyteller. Being South African born and American by choice, Trevor has written over 50 books that have sold more than a million copies worldwide and published in 24 different languages. Thousands of educators have used Trevor’s materials to help kids that are facing some difficult situations such as bullying, divorce, deployment, grief/trauma, homework to name a few. As the Washington Post has said, “His rapport with kids is a stunning thing to watch.” He has traveled to schools, hospitals, orphanages, refugee camps, and military bases worldwide, delivering his unique heartfelt self-messages of resilience, compassion and the ability for kids to safely express themselves.Through Trevor’s humanitarian efforts, he has spent years working with terminally ill children, having served on the board of The American Childhood Cancer Organization and worked closely with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, UNICEF, The Boys and Girls Club, and the USO. He also developed educational materials for the United Nations for children living in armed-conflict areas. He visited and worked with former child soldiers in the Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganda. Since 2007, Trevor is also the co-founder of 501(c)(3) national non-profit the Comfort Crew for Military Kids and serves as President of the Trevor Romain Company.He has spoken to over 1 million kids in 16 countries on his popular With You All the Way! Tour, helping children deal with the problems they face on a daily basis, including the deployment of a parent, wounded parents of visible and invisible injuries, and coping with the loss of a loved one. Trevor has also served as a keynote speaker at numerous conferences and summits including: National Child Traumatic Stress Network Conference, Innovative Counseling Strategies Conference, Innovative Schools Summit, Wounded Warrior Conference, and most recently ACM SIGGRAPH’s Virtual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit.In his spare time, Trevor enjoys working out, writing, illustrating, and podcasting with a nice cup of tea. However, he will always be committed to work with kids and adults to become happier, healthier and more confident.  Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
68:55 12/19/22
75. Michelle Meeker: the comic diary
Michelle Meeker has been an animator at Pixar and Dreamworks and teaches at the Art Institute. She's also a student at Sketchbook Skool.Michelle's comic diary: https://www.instagram.com/totallytrueevents/ Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
72:45 12/12/22
74. Najeeb Tarazi: To Pixar and Beyond
Najeeb Tarazi is a Lebanese-American director based in Los Angeles.His new short film “One More Try” was recently called “mesmerizing”, “masterful”, and “brilliant chaos” by Tony Hawk.His 2019 music video “Walk the Walk” screened at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival.He got his start in film as a technical director at Pixar, where he worked on films like Toy Story 3 and Monsters University. He has a BA in Physics from Harvard College. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
73:04 12/5/22
73. Miriam Schulman: Be an Artrepreneur
This week, Danny chats with Miriam Schulman.  She's an artist, teacher, podcast host, and author of Artpreneur: The Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Sustainable Living from your Creativity. Scheduled for release in February 2023, it's a book about how to price and market your art while kicking the starving artist mentality to the curb. It's a very inclusive book with artist examples from all genders, backgrounds, and walks of life. schulmanart.comhttps://www.schulmanart.com/podcast/ Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
61:42 11/21/22
72. Adam Westbrook: How to love making
This week, Danny chats with Adam Westbrook. He is a journalist, filmmaker and artist, currently based in London. Alongside his YouTube channel, he has produced dozens of videos for The New York Times, including "Operation Infektion", a documentary about Fake News, which was nominated for two Emmy Awards. Outside of journalism he has just completed his first comics short story collection, "Bite Guard Fever Dreams". He writes about creativity and visual storytelling in his newsletter "The Third Something."Adam's YouTube ChannelAdam's newsletter Adam's comics short story collection Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
66:51 11/14/22
71. Mark Golden: Making Paint
This week, Danny chats with Mark Golden, the CEO and Co-founder of Golden Artist Colors.Mark began the company in 1980 with 4 employees, his father Sam Golden, mother Adele and wife Barbara. Originating in a cow barn on his parents’ retirement home in rural Columbus, NY, the company made and delivered custom paint colors for artists in Manhattan. GOLDEN’s staff of full-time Employee Owners is now 250, with facilities in Columbus as well as Norwich, NY. GOLDEN sells its products in over 60 countries.In 1997, Mark and his family began The Sam & Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts to honor their parents. Its mission is to be a significant resource for visual artists. Over the next 14 years, the Foundation donated to numerous artists and art organizations. In 2010, the Foundation began constructing the Golden Residence, a 10,000-square-foot living and work space for invited artists which opened in 2012.Golden Artists ColorsThe Golden Foundation Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
60:48 11/7/22
70. Beth Trembley: Comics and trauma
This week, Danny talks to Beth Trembley about her new graphic novel, Look Again and how making art helped her process a traumatic event.About Beth:Beth grew up knowing herself to be a kid who could write but who could not draw. Everyone else in the family created visual art, but she just couldn't make anything that looked good.  In her late thirties, she realized that she could probably become a better draw-er if she approached it the way she approached writing:  daily practice, lots of experimentation, a sense of humor, and teachers!  Betty Edwards' Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain and Danny Gregory's The Creative License were the two most inspirational companions she had on her way.  Beth knew she didn't want to become a fine artist, but someone who used the visual to enhance storytelling.  And, she just wanted to be able to draw fun short comics that captured her adventures with her dogs.In April of 2014, her progress leaped forward when she enrolled in the first klasses offered by Sketchbook Skool and became exposed to so many different teachers and the wonderful community of fun, challenging sketchbook artists.  She began to draw and paint every day.  She created sketches of events and animals and people and trees and buildings and, really, everything.  She combined these with writing into illustrated journals.   She took other classes with teachers she encountered in Sketchbook Skool.  She attended SketchKon in California and loved meeting so many virtual colleagues!In 2017 Beth decided she was finally brave enough to get serious about creating comics, so she began what became several years of in-person and online study at both the Center for Cartoon Studies and the Sequential Artists Workshop.  The wonders of using comics as a medium for telling her own stories opened up possibilities and power she had barely imagined.  In 2019, after thirty years of college teaching, she retired to work more fully in comics.  In addition to creating comics, Beth currently teaches comics and graphic memoir online and in-person.  In particular, she runs the Graphic Memoir + Medicine group and teaches multi-week courses in graphic memoir for the Sequential Artists Workshop.Her graphic memoir, Look Again, is her first published work in comics.Look Again, Street Noise Books, 2022.   Purchase from bookshop.org or amazon.com or your local bookseller!Website:  https://elizabethtrembley.com/Instagram: @elizabeth_trembleyTeaching at Sequential Artists Workshop:  https://learn.sawcomics.org/ Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
59:40 10/31/22
69. Ann Lemon: how art saves lives
This week Danny talks to Ann Lemon about the legacy of her son, artist Amos Lemon Burkhart, and the foundation she established to extend his message and combat teen suicide.You can support the Foundation's work at their upcoming benefit on Friday, November 4th from 6 to 9 pm. For tickets and information about Amos, see amoslemon.org. You can also find exhibit information at stayalivemakeart.org Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
60:59 10/24/22
68: Seth Apter: Art and Insecurity
Seth is a mixed-media artist and a teacher. He’s also a former psychologist who practiced for decades and then gave it up to focus on his art. He has taught at Sketchbook Skool and will soon start a new class in our Spark program.  I’ve known Seth for many years. He is a calm and thoughtful presence, and I always learn so much from talking to him about art, teaching and life. Seth teaches in our Spark program.  Learn more here.visit SethApter.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
51:18 10/17/22
67: Helen Birch: Are we "real" artists?
Helen is an art tutor and blogger and has been an art lecturer at several art and design institutions across the UK. She is also the author of several books including Freehand, Drawn from Life, Just Add Watercolor and her latest, New Ideas in Botanical Painting . Helen knows so much about art, art history and she always makes me think about things differently. Helen teaches in our Spark program.  Learn more here.Helen's blog, drawdrawdraw Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
53:16 10/10/22
66: Lindsay Weirich: Yummy art supplies
Lindsay is an artist and a teacher. She also has an incredible YouTube channel called The Frugal Crafter full of reviews and demonstrations. More than half a million subscribers tune in to learn more about using materials, painting, and making beautiful things. She’s also teaching at Sketchbook Skool. Her workshop, Yummy Color, will take place on October 15, 2022. Sign up at our website: Her Youtube ChannelHer blogSponsored by Derwent. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
45:40 10/3/22
65. David Pyle: Geeking out over art supplies
David Pyle is an author, a publisher, a prize-winning watercolor painter, and he has worked in and around the art supply world for decades. He teaches at Colorado State University and also at Sketchbook Skool.  He also has a degree in Chemistry which comes in handy when it comes to explaining how pigments bond to paper.   David knows everything about everything related to art supplies, and I always learn so much from talking to him.   Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
17:19 9/26/22
64. Tom Hart: Art & Artificial Intelligence
 Tom  Hart is an award-winning cartoonist, a NY Times best-selling author, and the Executive Director of the Sequential Artists Workshop or SAW, a school for cartooning and graphic novels. He’s also taught at Sketchbook Skool. Tom's website Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
42:23 9/19/22
63. Koosje Koene: Surviving creative burnout
Today I’m going to be talking to Koosje Koene. Koosje cofounded Sketchbook Skool with me back in 2013 and we worked together every day for almost seven years. But then Koosje decided to leave the company and she’s taken a new direction with her life. She’s become an abstract painter, she teaches travel workshops, and she’s just written a book about drawing and how it can improve your life. Koosje's book:  I am still great friends with Koosje and in fact, she still teaches a regular class in our Spark program. But we’ve never talked publicly about why she decided to leave the Skool, how we both felt about it,  and what she has been doing since.We decided it was time to sit down and chat about it. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
26:59 9/12/22
62. John Muir Laws: Natural journaling in Africa and the Galapagos
John Muir Laws is a naturalist and an artist, and a major figure in the world of nature journaling. And he teaches at Sketchbook Skool.  Season Three of this podcast was an extended conversation between Jack and me.For more visit johnmuirlaws.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
36:18 9/5/22
61. Art and Healing
This week John and Danny talk about art and healing.From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process.Get your free ebook and essays at DannysEssays.comDannysEssays.compodcast@sketchbookskool.comGet your free ebook and essays at DannysEssays.comDannysEssays.compodcast@sketchbookskool.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
54:06 5/30/22
60. Inspiring yourself
This week John and Danny talk about inspiration.From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process.Get your free ebook and essays at DannysEssays.comDannysEssays.compodcast@sketchbookskool.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
70:28 5/23/22
59. Art & Business
How can you make a living as a creative person?  Danny and John tell you how they do and other strategies for making ends meet.  Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
68:33 5/16/22
58. High School
This week John and Danny go back to high school — how it affected them, how it affects creative people of all types, and whether it is necessary. From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
79:13 5/9/22
57. Playing with myself
Jack is off this week so Danny fills the void by reading a few essays.  You can get a fresh essay each week by signing up (free) at DannysEssays.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
48:43 5/2/22
56. Tools for new artists
What supplies do you really need to start making art?  Can you learn and make art a part of your life without spending a lot of time and money?  Danny and John tell you how you can and why you should. Also includes some stories about alligator attacks, melting gold in a microwave, and other thrilling creative adventures.From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process.Write to us: podcast@sketchbookskool.com Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
66:13 4/25/22
55. Drawing and the Brain
This week John and Danny dive deep into the brain and discuss how we process visual information. They talk about how the brain affects art-making.From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
63:47 4/18/22
54. Analog/Digital
This week John and Danny discuss digital and analog ways of doing things and other vagaries of modern life. From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
66:46 4/11/22
53. What is art for?
This week John and Danny discuss the purpose and meaning of art in our lives.From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
65:15 4/4/22
52. Growth Mindset
This week John and Danny discuss what it means to have a growth mindset. Listen along as they debate the negatives and positives of a fixed mindset, and the effects either can have on your creative journey. From Season 3 of "art for all," the Sketchbook Skool podcast. Join artists/authors, Danny Gregory and John Muir Laws in rich discussions about the creative process. Get your free ebook and newsletter at https://sketchbookskool.com/Write to us at podcast@sketchbookskool.com Subscribe to Danny's weekly Essay at dannysessays.com. Watch the video of this interview on YouTube: https://skool.tiny.us/podvideos And learn more at sketchbookskool.com
74:31 3/21/22

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