This time we take a walk around the notion of evolving styles, using Jerzy's recent experiences (and subsequent existential crisis) with re-designing his characters from The Front: Rebirth in a new art style.
If one's art style is destined to evolve, how does one approach it's evolution in the context of creative works? Should the pacing of the evolution be restricted on a project-by-project basis? How does a drastic shift in art style affect reader expectations? Does publishing on the web change the way we approach our artistic development?
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Thunder Punch Daily 143, where Jerzy shares his dilemma in an audio essay
- The Front: Rebirth
- Jerzy's Front character re-imaginings
- Jerzy's He-Man and the Masters of the Universe character re-imaginings
- My Little Pony: Frienship is Magic
- Craig McCracken
- Samurai Jack
- Powerpuff Girls
- Art Geek Zoo
- Ryan Estrada
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