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In this final episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast for season 10, Alec and Mike have gathered all the tips: from this season and have added an uplifting music soundtrack to them. We hope this unique listening experience will inspire you as you reflect on this year and prepare for the new year ahead. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketc…
 
In this episode, hear from Anh Bui, a graphic recorder and illustrator who lives and works independently in Germany. Hear Anh’s story of discovering graphic recording, and how a wise manager graciously facilitated the opportunity for her to develop skills as a graphic recorder. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is br…
 
In this episode, branding and storytelling expert Marc Gutman shares how he uses images and words together to tell the stories of brands for entrepreneurs and businesses. Learn about Marc’s unique visual task list and how sketchnotes have integrated themselves into his life, in this interesting interview. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the S…
 
In this episode, Mina Legend shares how she connects the dots from tango dancing moves and bartending skills to make her visual thinking unique. Hear how she and her visual thinking firm, Big Brain Agency, provide live scribing and visual facilitation for small and large customers in Sweden, Europe, and worldwide. Sponsored by Concepts This episode…
 
In this episode, Michael Geiß-Hein, better known as “Mister Maikel” from Germany, shares his journey from analog-only to adding digital graphic recording and sketchnoting to his company’s options. Mister Maikel also talks about his experience creating his new book on sketchnoting, “Sketchnotes, Dein Workshop” or “Sketchnotes, Your Workshop” where h…
 
In this episode I talk with Ben Norris, a software developer, sketchnoter, mental health advocate, blacksmith, a loving husband and father of 7. Ben shares his passion for mental health, and how sketchnoting is a meditative practice he’s used to support his own journey with ideas for you too. Journey along with us on this thoughtful discussion. Spo…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I talk with Sheena Mays, a music teacher, sketchnoter, and lettering artist about her journey from music to sketchnoting to hand-lettering. Learn how hand-lettering as therapy for multiple sclerosis led Sheena to launch a hand-lettering and sketchnoting company — in the pandemic — and how this challenge strengthened …
 
In this episode, Matt Ragland, a productivity guide, creator coach, and sketchnoter, talks about how he integrates sketchnoting elements into his productivity practice. Learn how your abilities as a creative person can enhance your productivity practice, and why your bullet journal pages don’t need to be Instagram-worthy to be valuable to you. Time…
 
In this episode of the podcast, hear from Josie Dee — a sketchnoter, author, script-writer, and poet as she shares how she entered into visual thinking and continues to use Sketchnotes every day in unique ways. Josie found a niche at work where she captures sketchnotes that help clarify communications, and how initially it was a challenge to convin…
 
In this episode, I talk with compulsive sketchnoter and designer, Rasagy Sharma from India. Learn how Rasagy came into design and sketchnoting from computer science, coding and engineering. Hear Rasagy talk about the hard work of improving his handwriting and how that led to his sketchnoting practice. I think you’re going to enjoy this interview! S…
 
In this episode, Ari Alvarez, a visual thinker, design thinker, and teacher from Mexico City, Mexico, talks about her shift from being an industrial design professor at university into full-time visual thinking and teaching. She shares how experiencing professional and person burnout led her to this radical change into full-time visual thinking. Th…
 
In this episode I talk with Dario Paniagua, visual thinker, coach, and ex-advertising agency veteran. Dario’s mission? Helping amateur scribes become professional visual thinkers with his courses and his coaching. You’ll hear about his journey out of the agency world into visual thinking. You’ll also learn about his courses that help you create met…
 
In this episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I talk with Eleanor Beer, a Graphic Facilitator and Illustrator near Cardiff, United Kingdom. Hear Eleanor’s origin story of how she came into the visualization space as well as the challenges she overcame during pandemic by adding digital graphic facilitation to her analog work. Sponsored by the Sket…
 
We kick off season 10 with talented illustrator and creative leader, Alejo Porras! Alejo is creative lead at The Sketch Effect, a company that offers graphic recording and explainer videos. He’s a trained and talented illustrator and also works as an artist coach, helping artists reclaim their joy in art. He shares stories about his work at The Ske…
 
I have great guest interviews for your listening pleasure, including: Alejo Porras Eleanor Beer Dario Paniagua Ari Alvarez Rasagy Sharma Josie Dee Matt Ragland Sheena Mays Ben Norris Mister Maikel Mina Legend Marc Gutman Ahn Bui I think you are going to LOVE season 10! New episodes start next week Monday, September 6th, 2021 with Alejo Porras, so k…
 
Originally broadcast May 3, 2019. Jerzy’s begun a new comics project, and it’s been a while since we’ve had an art demo on the LIA Cast, so this week join Jerzy and Rob for a demonstration and discussion on designing sound elements in your comics using Clip Studio Paint. Sponsors for this episode Science Comics: Rockets Art & Science Punks Lean Int…
 
Ready for another day of work, yet not feeling it. So many valid reasons to be in that situation… yet also having due dates and commitments to meet. Sometimes the work is rewarding and the outcomes too, people liking what you do, paying you for it, it’s all awesome. Yet still…sitting there, ready to write, draw, code…and Just. Not. Moving. Or distr…
 
Working on the thumbnails for your next comic and discovered you’ve sketched dozens of pages of talking heads? We cartoonists can put the reader’s eye wherever we can imagine, so why don’t we? But how do you know where to put the reader’s eye? In today’s Lean Into Art Mini-Workshop Rob and Jerzy are going to help you find more visual interest on yo…
 
In this final episode of season 9, the Sketchnote Army Podcast audio engineer Alec Pulianas and I take time to reflect on each one of the season 9 episodes, and each guests unique perspectives and ideas they sparked in us both. We hope this episode sparks you to revisit and reflect on season 9 episodes with new ears, so you can learn and apply the …
 
Posting socially is something most independent creators need to work with. I've often been the show up when I've made something, share it, then mostly hang back and like other folks stuff approach. But I know that I can do better, reach folks who I'm here to help. It takes more than that occasional post and that's what I'm hoping to dig into with J…
 
In this episode, I have a fantastic discussion with Michael Janda, a business coach for creatives, author, and agency veteran. Michael shares his suggestions for sketchnoters who are asked to create sketchnotes for money but don’t know where to start. If you’re doing sketchnoting for hire or are considering it, this episode is a great foundation to…
 
When you sit down to write a blog post is that a comfortable creative activity? Are there times when it feels like the words are stuck or just not sure how to say what you’re really trying to say? Recently Rob finished a 100 days in a row blogging challenge. That project and other writing he's done in recent years for team collaboration, manifestos…
 
In this episode, I talk with Brian Tarallo — author, graphic recorder, and meeting facilitator — about his new book, Surviving the Horror of Online Meetings. Hear how Brian came up with the book concept while he was stuck in a traffic jam heading for a graphic recording session and how his years of learning how to make online meetings less scary wi…
 
We’ve all been there--you start out with the promise of a new day, a reasonably curated to-do list, and a commitment to make your art. And suddenly you look at the clock and it’s the end of the day and all you have to show for it is seven or eight little piles of unfinished good intentions. This happens to all of us. Whatever your skill level, it’s…
 
In this episode, I talk with Guillaume Wiatr, a strategy consultant who uses visual thinking, sketchnoting and graphic recording to help his clients visualize solutions. Hear how Guillaume got his start in this space and how he has become a guide to the companies he works with using visuals as his secret weapon. You’re going to love this one! SPONS…
 
Frustrated that you can’t find a way to bring the big feelings you get from others’ art into your own? Maybe you just need to train your analytic eye to level up your inferencing skills. Being able to look for and identify the ideas behind the art can lend you insights to help you get back on track and feel motivated to create again. Sponsors for t…
 
In this episode, sketchnoter, graphic recorder, author, and bullet journaling queen, Diana Soriat joins me to talk about her unique path into visual thinking and going full-time as an author, visualizer and teacher. We talk about how her past professional life gives her a deeper business understanding that helps her graphic recording and sketchnoti…
 
Clarity competes with other concerns when writing and illustrating - what’s a useful approach to get enough information and emotion into the page? When should you be going for clarity vs inspiring awe? Sponsors for this episode Boulder and Fleet: Mining for Trouble Rob's Listening Like a Coach workshop Lean Into Art Discord Thanks to our top Patreo…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by Grant Wright and Paddy Dhanda, the two guys who run the super-popular, monthly online meetup, The Visual Jam. Hear how their Visual Jam plans changed — from a local meetup in Birmingham England — to a truly international gathering during the pandemic and lockdowns of summer 2020 and beyond. And don’t forget to check o…
 
Are you in meetings in person or on screen where you’re taking notes in front of folks? When we're listening to learn from a conversation even one other person or to work in a group we use a similar style of note-taking for both situations. It’s about understanding what we're hearing and can reflect back to the people in the room. Honor the obvious…
 
In this episode, I talk with Ceren Yildirim, an agile coach and avid sketchnoter and visualizer living and working in Turkey. Listen in as she shares how she integrates sketching and sketchnoting into her agile coaching practice — and how our pandemic lives have made for challenges — but also great opportunities for both our sketchnoting community …
 
Every once in a while we feel like we're in over our heads, whether it’s due to the number of tasks we've committed to, ambiguity of the tasks, or just feeling a bigger-than-usual sense of friction between the tasks and us. When this happens it helps to check in with a friend, so Jerzy talks with Rob today to see where they both land when talking a…
 
In this episode, hear from Benjamin Felis, a former graffiti artist and punk rocker turned graphic recorder, facilitator, sketchnoter and visual teacher. Hear how Ben’s early life as a graffiti artist led him into visual thinking and working large canvases, and how his time as a punk rocker helps him go for it every single day. This is a discussion…
 
It’s no big reveal that time tracking and journaling can be invaluable tools to help you find the time to focus on your creative work. But how do you pick the one that’s right for you and how do you use it? We look at some options and use cases. Sponsors for this episode Science Comics Rockets Rob's Listening Like a Coach workshop Lean Into Art Dis…
 
In this episode of the podcast, hear from Debbie Baff, a PhD Student in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning. Debbie has found sketchnotes have been instrumental in her academic work. Hear how mind mapping connects to sketchnotes for her and how she uses sketchnotes to better understand complex ideas. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchn…
 
Rob feels he has a variety of advocacy ideas tangled up and thinks it’ll be super useful talking with Jerzy on today’s show - he’s been doing advocacy through comics for years! Sponsors for this episode Four Million Years Later Rob's Listening Like a Coach Workshop Lean Into Art Discord Links mentioned: Kids Read Comics The SRSLY Coalition Thanks t…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I have a great discussion with Martin Haussmann, a visual facilitator, author, trainer and creator of the bikablo® visualization technique. Martin talks about how he developed his bikablo approach and the ways it has helped thousands of people around the world express themselves visually through training and bikablo …
 
Ever wonder what those paneling tools do in Clip Studio Paint? You’ll be surprised by how much they can speed up your work. Join Jerzy and Rob for a Mini Workshop episode where they demo 3 awesome power-ups in Clip Studio Paint. Sponsors for this episode Four Million Years Later Rob's workshops and coaching Lean Into Art Discord Links mentioned: Cl…
 
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