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Bastards of Art: Too polished for folk art, too punk for fine art.

Matt Hodel presents: The Bastards of Art

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Matt Hodel presents: The Bastards of Art

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Bastards of Art is a podcast to reach out to lowbrow artist. We are helping artist to come together with a message of positivity and ambition. It can feel very lonely spending hours in the study. We are here to help erase self doubt and cultivate the artist inside you.

Latest Episodes

Bastards of Art : 57

EHello I’m back! After a year of chasing dreams and smashing fears, I am back to recording. I don’t record podcasts if it feels like I am just going through the motions. So from time to time, I take a break. I have gathered so much experience from the last year that I finally feel like I can podcast again! I have a schedule to get these up every Monday. Thank you, Matt Hodel

19 MIN1 w ago
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Bastards of Art : 57

Bastards of Art : Episode 56

EItunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher Who you know! Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle discuss in this podcast how who you know can help give you clout. Having a bit of clout does not hurt your worth. Name dropping is not the answer, but getting your art in the right hand so other people name drop you is key. Also there is a really long tangent about tattooing people that is worth an extra 8 minutes of your time.

32 MIN1 w ago
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Bastards of Art : Episode 56

Bastards of Art : Episode 55

EFirst Impression In this episode we follow up on “What are you worth?” This question has no direct answer but what to consider is a the elements that go into that question. Episode 54 covers an overview of the subject but in this episode we discuss the impression you give to your future clients and customers. Are you chronically late and in disarray? Do you look like a hobo? Is your instagram full of 3am selfies at the night club? You will still obtain likeminded clients, those who also like to live fast and fun. The question is, can you charge accordingly? If you rent a dingy motel with sticky sheets, would you pay Four Seasons prices? Of course not! This isn’t about how much you can make as much as what is your fare rate. Take a listen and leave some feed back. Thank you, Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle

32 MIN2018 AUG 29
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Bastards of Art : Episode 55

Bastards of Art : Episode 54

E“How much should I charge for my work?” The answers will vary and nobody can give you a clear cut answer. There is a way to narrow down your current worth. You must take into account a few variables: * What impression do you leave? * Who can vouch for you? * What do you do thats different or unique? * What achievements have you earned? Episode 54 discuss this overview and how to think about your worth. The following episodes will zone in on each topic in depth so stop stiffing yourself because your undercharging. Maximize your wins by understanding your worth. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

27 MIN2018 AUG 14
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Bastards of Art : Episode 54

Bastards of Art : Episode 53

EBurnout. Their is a guilt that arises when doing something you love starts to feel like a grind. If you are working in a creative art field, you are probably in a service industry. The service industry is very repetitive and this causes burnout. Chris Boyle and Matt Hodel discuss how they have dealt with their personal burnouts in the industry. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

26 MIN2018 AUG 7
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Bastards of Art : Episode 53

Bastards of Art : Episode 52

EHelpful tips when Talking to a client for commissioned work: Inform the new client on how you operate. Understand that your client has no idea what they want. Be detailed. Get on the same page as your client. Don’t move forward until you have an agreement. Have an approvals process. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

33 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Bastards of Art : Episode 52

Bastards of Art : Episode 51

EInvention in Art. Whether it is technique or style, stretching the boundaries of your art career will reach out while you find your voice. Struggling to be original for the sake of just being different may not always equal success. Our last two podcast (episode 49 and 50) discuss Imitation and Innovation. In this episode we discuss Invention. Are you stretching the truths just to stick out? There is a fine line between being unique and just looking cringe worthy. Join Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle in the adventures of Art. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

38 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Bastards of Art : Episode 51

Bastards of Art : Episode 50

EInnovation. After social learning from imitation becomes futile, innovation starts to develop. As an artist you will start to problem solve with personality. You ability to confidently find new answers for common problems will shine on you almost intuitively. Using the building block you learned from watching others your next step is innovation Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle define what innovation is and how to use it in your career. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

49 MIN2018 JUL 11
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Bastards of Art : Episode 50

Bastards of Art : Episode 49

EImitation What is the difference between imitation and mimicking? When an artist copies someone else work, they have no interest in the intent of the original artist. They just want to to steal some glory. When you imitate art work, you are studying the original art. The process of dissecting someone else’s process in order to understand the solutions given. How to light. Balanced composition. Maybe its a suggestive brush technique but what ever it is, someone has solved it and social learning requires studying what has come before you. This speed the learning process along until social learning is futile. Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle walk you through a 5 part series about learning and exploring art. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

41 MIN2018 JUL 4
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Bastards of Art : Episode 49

Bastards of Art Podcast : Episode 47

ESensory, Perception, Reasoning It is these 3 steps that challenge the viewer to understand what they are seeing. Our eyes bring us information without prejudice. What we perceive from our eyes is not straight forward. What we perceive from what we have seen should not be trusted. It is the second part of the cognitive which is reasoning that helps us to organize our perspective. In this episode of Bastards of Art podcast, Matt Hodel gives us some food for thought on what happens when we use visual language to express ourselves. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

16 MIN2018 JAN 23
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Bastards of Art Podcast : Episode 47

Latest Episodes

Bastards of Art : 57

EHello I’m back! After a year of chasing dreams and smashing fears, I am back to recording. I don’t record podcasts if it feels like I am just going through the motions. So from time to time, I take a break. I have gathered so much experience from the last year that I finally feel like I can podcast again! I have a schedule to get these up every Monday. Thank you, Matt Hodel

19 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Bastards of Art : 57

Bastards of Art : Episode 56

EItunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher Who you know! Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle discuss in this podcast how who you know can help give you clout. Having a bit of clout does not hurt your worth. Name dropping is not the answer, but getting your art in the right hand so other people name drop you is key. Also there is a really long tangent about tattooing people that is worth an extra 8 minutes of your time.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 56

Bastards of Art : Episode 55

EFirst Impression In this episode we follow up on “What are you worth?” This question has no direct answer but what to consider is a the elements that go into that question. Episode 54 covers an overview of the subject but in this episode we discuss the impression you give to your future clients and customers. Are you chronically late and in disarray? Do you look like a hobo? Is your instagram full of 3am selfies at the night club? You will still obtain likeminded clients, those who also like to live fast and fun. The question is, can you charge accordingly? If you rent a dingy motel with sticky sheets, would you pay Four Seasons prices? Of course not! This isn’t about how much you can make as much as what is your fare rate. Take a listen and leave some feed back. Thank you, Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle

32 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 55

Bastards of Art : Episode 54

E“How much should I charge for my work?” The answers will vary and nobody can give you a clear cut answer. There is a way to narrow down your current worth. You must take into account a few variables: * What impression do you leave? * Who can vouch for you? * What do you do thats different or unique? * What achievements have you earned? Episode 54 discuss this overview and how to think about your worth. The following episodes will zone in on each topic in depth so stop stiffing yourself because your undercharging. Maximize your wins by understanding your worth. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

27 MIN2018 AUG 14
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 54

Bastards of Art : Episode 53

EBurnout. Their is a guilt that arises when doing something you love starts to feel like a grind. If you are working in a creative art field, you are probably in a service industry. The service industry is very repetitive and this causes burnout. Chris Boyle and Matt Hodel discuss how they have dealt with their personal burnouts in the industry. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

26 MIN2018 AUG 7
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 53

Bastards of Art : Episode 52

EHelpful tips when Talking to a client for commissioned work: Inform the new client on how you operate. Understand that your client has no idea what they want. Be detailed. Get on the same page as your client. Don’t move forward until you have an agreement. Have an approvals process. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

33 MIN2018 JUL 24
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 52

Bastards of Art : Episode 51

EInvention in Art. Whether it is technique or style, stretching the boundaries of your art career will reach out while you find your voice. Struggling to be original for the sake of just being different may not always equal success. Our last two podcast (episode 49 and 50) discuss Imitation and Innovation. In this episode we discuss Invention. Are you stretching the truths just to stick out? There is a fine line between being unique and just looking cringe worthy. Join Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle in the adventures of Art. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

38 MIN2018 JUL 24
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 51

Bastards of Art : Episode 50

EInnovation. After social learning from imitation becomes futile, innovation starts to develop. As an artist you will start to problem solve with personality. You ability to confidently find new answers for common problems will shine on you almost intuitively. Using the building block you learned from watching others your next step is innovation Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle define what innovation is and how to use it in your career. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

49 MIN2018 JUL 11
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 50

Bastards of Art : Episode 49

EImitation What is the difference between imitation and mimicking? When an artist copies someone else work, they have no interest in the intent of the original artist. They just want to to steal some glory. When you imitate art work, you are studying the original art. The process of dissecting someone else’s process in order to understand the solutions given. How to light. Balanced composition. Maybe its a suggestive brush technique but what ever it is, someone has solved it and social learning requires studying what has come before you. This speed the learning process along until social learning is futile. Matt Hodel and Chris Boyle walk you through a 5 part series about learning and exploring art. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

41 MIN2018 JUL 4
Comments
Bastards of Art : Episode 49

Bastards of Art Podcast : Episode 47

ESensory, Perception, Reasoning It is these 3 steps that challenge the viewer to understand what they are seeing. Our eyes bring us information without prejudice. What we perceive from our eyes is not straight forward. What we perceive from what we have seen should not be trusted. It is the second part of the cognitive which is reasoning that helps us to organize our perspective. In this episode of Bastards of Art podcast, Matt Hodel gives us some food for thought on what happens when we use visual language to express ourselves. Itunes – Soundcloud – Contact– YouTube– Stitcher

16 MIN2018 JAN 23
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Bastards of Art Podcast : Episode 47
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