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ON ANDROID? Use PODCAST REPUBLIC APP. Talking about art and life as an artist, hosted by Emmy winning creator and award winning artist, Bobby Chiu. Join Bobby as he interviews top artists working in film, animation, tv, illustration, games (Iain McCaig, Craig Mullins, Brenda Chapman... etc) and shares his own thoughts and philosophies about art and being an artist.For online art courses, live art workshops, and over 100 free artist video interviews visit SCHOOLISM.com

Latest Episodes

#186 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 3 - Using Reference

Independent artist and illustrator, Djamila Knopf, keeps TONS of reference handy for her work. In Part 3 of this mini series, she talks about how to use (and how NOT to use) reference, and how to get the absolutely perfect reference for whatever you're working on.STORY-DRIVEN ILLUSTRATIONS WITH DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=48DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.instagram.com/djamilaknopfBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

9 MINOCT 17
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#186 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 3 - Using Reference

#185 Michael Kurinsky: Say Yes and Figure It Out

Michael Kurinsky's current job is to take an iconic property like Scooby Doo, and make it "different" from any other version in the last 50 years, and yet "familiar" to old and new fans alike. This sounds difficult on paper and, in this interview, Michael explains why it's even harder in practice.ART EDUCATIONhttps://www.schoolism.comMichael KurinskyTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/mkurinskyBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

62 MINOCT 14
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#185 Michael Kurinsky: Say Yes and Figure It Out

#184 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 2 - Generating Ideas

A lot of artists say that one of the two hardest things in art is art is starting. (The other, of course, is finishing.) In Part 2 of this mini series, independent artist, Djamila Knopf, explains how writing helps her drawings, and her other strategies for taming the blank page.STORY-DRIVEN ILLUSTRATIONS WITH DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=48DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.instagram.com/djamilaknopfBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

6 MINOCT 10
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#184 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 2 - Generating Ideas

#183 Building Characters with Wouter Tulp: Part 1 - Idea Incubation

Dutch illustrator and character designer, Wouter Tulp, has worked on hundreds of books, editorials, and now, movies at Sony Pictures Animation. In Part 1 of this mini series, Bobby talks to him about his new Schoolism class, "Conceptual Characters with Wouter Tulp", beginning with what Wouter does to generate ideas.CONCEPTUAL CHARACTERS WITH WOUTER TULPhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=49WOUTER TULPhttps://www.instagram.com/woutertulpBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

11 MINOCT 7
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#183 Building Characters with Wouter Tulp: Part 1 - Idea Incubation

#182 Jordan Lamarre-Wan: The Life in Life Drawing

Bobby didn't realize at first that he had actually taught Respawn Lead Concept Artist, Jordan Lamarre-Wan, in college! As a result, this interview partly becomes a reunion as Jordan talks about what he learned from Bobby besides life drawing, how he missed a flight and nearly lost his career, and what it means to be a self-fulfilled artist in the industry. Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter by James Gurney Alla Prima II: Everything I Know About Painting by Richard Schmid

46 MINOCT 3
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#182 Jordan Lamarre-Wan: The Life in Life Drawing

#181 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 1 - Evoking Emotion

Independent artist, Djamila Knopf, is loved by her 300,000+ Instagram followers and other social media fans for her evocative paintings and illustrations. In Part 1 of this mini series, she talks to Bobby about her new Schoolism class, "Story-Driven Illustrations", and shares some tips for evoking emotions from the viewer, which she believes is the foundation of her art.STORY-DRIVEN ILLUSTRATIONS WITH DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=48DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.instagram.com/djamilaknopfBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

9 MINSEP 30
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#181 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 1 - Evoking Emotion

#180 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 13: Creating Depth

Every failure contains a lesson, which is why veteran concept artist, Nathan Fowkes, wants you to keep your work ESPECIALLY if you think it's a disaster! A lot of failures are actually, say, 75% successful. In Part 13 of this mini series, Nathan gets to the core of creating depth and how to fix paintings by focusing on three main things.ENVIRONMENT DESIGNhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=26DESIGNING WITH COLOR AND LIGHThttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=22PICTORIAL COMPOSITIONhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=31LANDSCAPE SKETCHING IN WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHEhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=36NATHAN FOWKEShttps://www.instagram.com/nathanfowkesartBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

6 MINSEP 26
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#180 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 13: Creating Depth

#179 From Coat Check to Grand Master: Donato Giancola

Did you know that Spectrum's newest Grand Master, Donato Giancola, was once lord of the coat check at the Society of Illustrators? This was just one of the tidbits that he and Bobby talk about as they disucss how the art industry has changed, what would Donato save first in a fire, and how he has adapated as a traditional artist in a digital world.ART EDUCATIONhttps://www.schoolism.comDONATO GIANCOLAArtStation: https://www.artstation.com/donatoartsBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

59 MINSEP 23
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#179 From Coat Check to Grand Master: Donato Giancola

#178 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 12: Landscape Sketching From Life

Every artist who paints plein air landscapes runs into the problem of too much information. In Part 12 of this mini series, veteran concept artist and landscape painter, Nathan Fowkes, relates landscape sketching to figure drawing and challenges you to get to the core of any landscape by capturing its "gesture" in 20 strokes or less.LANDSCAPE SKETCHING IN WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHEhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=36NATHAN FOWKEShttps://www.instagram.com/nathanfowkesartBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

10 MINSEP 19
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#178 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 12: Landscape Sketching From Life

#177 Riot Illustrator, Jennifer Wuestling

By all accounts, Jennifer Wuestling, now illustrating at Riot Games in Los Angeles, is a long way from the German countryside where she grew up. In this interview, she talks to Bobby about how she went from making do with an education in graphic design to creating fan-favorite splash art for one of the biggest games in the world!ART EDUCATIONhttps://www.schoolism.comJENNIFER WUESTLINGInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenniferwuestlingBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

30 MINSEP 16
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#177 Riot Illustrator, Jennifer Wuestling

Latest Episodes

#186 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 3 - Using Reference

Independent artist and illustrator, Djamila Knopf, keeps TONS of reference handy for her work. In Part 3 of this mini series, she talks about how to use (and how NOT to use) reference, and how to get the absolutely perfect reference for whatever you're working on.STORY-DRIVEN ILLUSTRATIONS WITH DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=48DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.instagram.com/djamilaknopfBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

9 MINOCT 17
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#186 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 3 - Using Reference

#185 Michael Kurinsky: Say Yes and Figure It Out

Michael Kurinsky's current job is to take an iconic property like Scooby Doo, and make it "different" from any other version in the last 50 years, and yet "familiar" to old and new fans alike. This sounds difficult on paper and, in this interview, Michael explains why it's even harder in practice.ART EDUCATIONhttps://www.schoolism.comMichael KurinskyTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/mkurinskyBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

62 MINOCT 14
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#185 Michael Kurinsky: Say Yes and Figure It Out

#184 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 2 - Generating Ideas

A lot of artists say that one of the two hardest things in art is art is starting. (The other, of course, is finishing.) In Part 2 of this mini series, independent artist, Djamila Knopf, explains how writing helps her drawings, and her other strategies for taming the blank page.STORY-DRIVEN ILLUSTRATIONS WITH DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=48DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.instagram.com/djamilaknopfBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

6 MINOCT 10
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#184 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 2 - Generating Ideas

#183 Building Characters with Wouter Tulp: Part 1 - Idea Incubation

Dutch illustrator and character designer, Wouter Tulp, has worked on hundreds of books, editorials, and now, movies at Sony Pictures Animation. In Part 1 of this mini series, Bobby talks to him about his new Schoolism class, "Conceptual Characters with Wouter Tulp", beginning with what Wouter does to generate ideas.CONCEPTUAL CHARACTERS WITH WOUTER TULPhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=49WOUTER TULPhttps://www.instagram.com/woutertulpBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

11 MINOCT 7
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#183 Building Characters with Wouter Tulp: Part 1 - Idea Incubation

#182 Jordan Lamarre-Wan: The Life in Life Drawing

Bobby didn't realize at first that he had actually taught Respawn Lead Concept Artist, Jordan Lamarre-Wan, in college! As a result, this interview partly becomes a reunion as Jordan talks about what he learned from Bobby besides life drawing, how he missed a flight and nearly lost his career, and what it means to be a self-fulfilled artist in the industry. Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter by James Gurney Alla Prima II: Everything I Know About Painting by Richard Schmid

46 MINOCT 3
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#182 Jordan Lamarre-Wan: The Life in Life Drawing

#181 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 1 - Evoking Emotion

Independent artist, Djamila Knopf, is loved by her 300,000+ Instagram followers and other social media fans for her evocative paintings and illustrations. In Part 1 of this mini series, she talks to Bobby about her new Schoolism class, "Story-Driven Illustrations", and shares some tips for evoking emotions from the viewer, which she believes is the foundation of her art.STORY-DRIVEN ILLUSTRATIONS WITH DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=48DJAMILA KNOPFhttps://www.instagram.com/djamilaknopfBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

9 MINSEP 30
Comments
#181 Catching Lightning with Djamila Knopf: Part 1 - Evoking Emotion

#180 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 13: Creating Depth

Every failure contains a lesson, which is why veteran concept artist, Nathan Fowkes, wants you to keep your work ESPECIALLY if you think it's a disaster! A lot of failures are actually, say, 75% successful. In Part 13 of this mini series, Nathan gets to the core of creating depth and how to fix paintings by focusing on three main things.ENVIRONMENT DESIGNhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=26DESIGNING WITH COLOR AND LIGHThttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=22PICTORIAL COMPOSITIONhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=31LANDSCAPE SKETCHING IN WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHEhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=36NATHAN FOWKEShttps://www.instagram.com/nathanfowkesartBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

6 MINSEP 26
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#180 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 13: Creating Depth

#179 From Coat Check to Grand Master: Donato Giancola

Did you know that Spectrum's newest Grand Master, Donato Giancola, was once lord of the coat check at the Society of Illustrators? This was just one of the tidbits that he and Bobby talk about as they disucss how the art industry has changed, what would Donato save first in a fire, and how he has adapated as a traditional artist in a digital world.ART EDUCATIONhttps://www.schoolism.comDONATO GIANCOLAArtStation: https://www.artstation.com/donatoartsBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

59 MINSEP 23
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#179 From Coat Check to Grand Master: Donato Giancola

#178 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 12: Landscape Sketching From Life

Every artist who paints plein air landscapes runs into the problem of too much information. In Part 12 of this mini series, veteran concept artist and landscape painter, Nathan Fowkes, relates landscape sketching to figure drawing and challenges you to get to the core of any landscape by capturing its "gesture" in 20 strokes or less.LANDSCAPE SKETCHING IN WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHEhttps://www.schoolism.com/school.php?id=36NATHAN FOWKEShttps://www.instagram.com/nathanfowkesartBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

10 MINSEP 19
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#178 The Core (Series 2) with Nathan Fowkes, Part 12: Landscape Sketching From Life

#177 Riot Illustrator, Jennifer Wuestling

By all accounts, Jennifer Wuestling, now illustrating at Riot Games in Los Angeles, is a long way from the German countryside where she grew up. In this interview, she talks to Bobby about how she went from making do with an education in graphic design to creating fan-favorite splash art for one of the biggest games in the world!ART EDUCATIONhttps://www.schoolism.comJENNIFER WUESTLINGInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenniferwuestlingBOBBY CHIUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert

30 MINSEP 16
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#177 Riot Illustrator, Jennifer Wuestling
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