fan*alley hosts artist & maker pop ups in Los Angeles and Orange County. This podcast was created for professional & freelance artists to share about their work, give insight to listeners interested in becoming freelance & professional artists, and to talk about upcoming events.
In this episode we chat with Morghan Gill of Tea Tiger Cafe. She is an industry professional that will be vending, talking and instructing at the February 18th-19th, 2017 Ground Zero Animation EXPO. Her limited tickets are on sale now for the Intro to Acryla Gouache Workshop: Purchase your ticket here
Morghan Gill works in both the animation and video game industry, and also currently teaches at the Laguna College of Art and Design. She recently finished a Kickstarter which helped fund the printing of her latest book "PINK: Pinups, Pink, and Ink"; a book that focuses on 40 unique acryla gouache paintings featuring pinup girls with tattoos.
Make sure you follow the artist on her Instagram: @teatigercafe
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This episode we are joined by the incredible Kris Wimberly, storyboard artist for animation studios, artist, and creator/host of The Animation Network Podcast. Kris will also be a professional at the 2nd Annual Ground Zero Animation EXPO, held Feb. 18th & 19th, 2017 in Anaheim, CA. Tickets are on sale now. He shares ways to prepare for the EXPO, what he plans on sharing and more.
ALSO...listen to the whole episode to find out how to win tickets to his Animation Network Mixer:
If you weren't able to attend last time (or even if you did), now's the time to get your ticket to come meet & mingle with animation professionals, some you've heard on the Animation Network podcast, some you haven't! This is not like your average art convention, it's more like the after party! Come dressed like you would attend an art gallery opening and prepare to socialize the night away! Tickets are super limited! Hope to see you there!
We sit with talented storyboard artist & GZAEXPO, Jordan Koch. He speaks about his history with animation, current work and his workshop at the 2nd Annual Ground Zero Animation EXPO, "Funny Side Up".
Be sure to follow Jordan and get tickets to his workshop (space is limited).
Peter Paul shares about his time in animation, storyboarding and gives quick tips for those trying to break into the industry. Peter will be attending as a professional and vending at the Ground Zero Animation Expo, Feb. 18th and 19th. He will also be teaching a Storyboard Workshop on the 18th at the Expo. Limited tickets available, get your tickets today.
Instagram & Twitter: @adventuresofp2
Follow more about Ground Zero Animation Expo on Instagram: @gzaexpo
Eva Sowinski, founder of fan*alley and the Ground Zero Animation EXPO interviewed on Network Radio's ARTWORKS episode.
INTERVIEW WITH JANET RODRIGUEZ AND STEPHANIE RIZO
See the process of their work and get your tickets for the Ground Zero Animation EXPO: TICKETS AND MORE INFO
The design artists for fan*alley's 2017 Ground Zero Animation EXPO open up about their art lives, schooling and how they designed this years cover.
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Art Ride with Leslie Strock
A freelance artist, cartoonist and an avid cosplayer/costume designer. She has been known to take her art to new levels with paper art sculptures and puppets! Learn more about Leslie Strock in this episode and follow her social media sites:
Art Ride with Jenny Vo
In this episode we speak with one of fan*alley's Stranger Things tribute gallery artists and upcoming art star, Jenny Vo. Jenny takes us on her "Art Ride" and how she's managing to juggle school and her incredible work. She talks about growing as an artist, her struggles, success, and doing her first art gallery. Please support and follow the artist on Instagram: @heytherejenny