“I can’t take ten steps without seeing something I want to paint or draw…”
– Pascal Campion
In part one of this interview, we learned about Pascal Campion’s early career and his development into a uniquely versatile professional artist.
In this episode, Pascal manages to communicate to us how his creative mind actually works – which is extremely difficult to do.
He also shares some stirringly thoughtful responses to questions from my color theory and digital painting students. We talk about portfolios, art school, composition, lighting and, of course, personal style.
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Pascal’s “Skill-Builder” Project:
To make more time for his family, Pascal committed to a full-time freelance in the Spring of 2007.
A wave of vocational success followed as Pascal’s client base has grown to include major media companies like Disney, Dreamworks and Cartoon Network.
Listen To The Interview:
Read the transcript for this episode here.
- How Pascal developed his personal style.
- In-depth insight into his workflow and creative process.
- How to find freedom and joy in your artwork.
- How to come up with inventive ideas.
- What should you look for in an art school?
- Common problems with student portfolios…
Help Pascal Kickstart His New Book!
‘3000 Moments’ is a 250 page collection featuring the best of Pascal’s Sketch Of The Day!
Awesome Pascal Links:
Pascal’s First Ever Solo Exhibit: Pascal will be at Center Stage Gallery in Burbank, CA on August 2nd for a Storytelling Workshop, Kickstarter Party and Reception!
More Awesome Links:
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What did you learn in this interview that inspired you most?
…and how are you going to use this inspiration to guide your own art or creative career?
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