We're continuing on with our #BrownBag25 picks this month, and this time we thought we'd
Whether you're looking for a little something to tune into on your daily commute, while you're working away on your latest project, or looking to hear about the animation process from industry pros or just
Take a scroll through and be sure to add your own favourites in the comments below:
A studio favourite, the DRAWN podcast, hosted by Holly Frey, is a must have for all animation lovers featuring great interviews with various industry heavyweights and discussing a wide and fun range of topics like The Villains of animation, Music of 'Toons, and How Cartoons Get Made, to name but a few.
The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast provides an entertaining and educational look at animation. Tom Bancroft and Tony Bancroft, two ex-Disney animators, discuss the art and business of animation with
Hosted by Hector Navarro, the Nick Animation Podcast takes you behind the scenes and into the brains of
This series was set up by an animator Clay Kaytis whose credits include Tangled, Wreck-it Ralph and Frozen! And, although no new episodes are being created, the series features some notable interviews with animation legends Glen Keane and Ray Harryhausen and other creatives that Clay has worked with in the past.
In this series, accomplished voice actor Rob Paulsen sits down with various other voice actors to discuss their experiences, reading scripts, and re-enacting famous film scenes with cartoon voices!
Hosted by Liam Geraghty, Meet Your Maker is a show about the people who make the things we love. From board game designers to video game music composers and from city architects to animators, it goes behind the curtain, inside the mechanics and onto the pages of scribbled on, ink soaked notepads to hear stories of how people make the things they make!
Hosted by Chris Oatley, the Paper Wings Show podcast features terrific interviews with creatives from all aspects of the animation process, with great advice for artists and writers alike. And also some helpful tips for dealing with creative roadblocks, like anxiety or fear of failing.
You can also check out more from Chris on his YouTube channel which includes The Oatley Academy ArtCast series which features artistic insight and career advice from the most inspiring voices in Animation, Games, Comics, Illustration and Children's Books.
Hosted by Emmy winning creator and award-winning artist, Bobby Chiu, the
Hosted by Angela
Hosts Cory Casoni, Brad Guigar and Scott Kurtz have been creating and publishing content online for a very long time. And they are pretty good at it. In this podcast series they discuss art, test new media technologies, talk to other industry professionals, and share some laughs.
Hosted by Dan Berry, this is a great podcast for anyone interested in illustration and storytelling! Featuring some terrific interviews with comic artists as they discuss how they approach their work and make stylistic decisions. There's some great inspiration for Storyboard Artists and also some great advice for creatives on their journey!
The Allan McKay podcast is a creative and career related podcast focused on artists in Design, Film, Visual Effects and Video Games. Each episode typically features Allan interviewing other artists in the film or games industry, designers, or book authors, developers or entire software or film or game teams. Episodes range from interviews with Blizzard, Blur, Autodesk, ILM, Pixar and more!
A show for MoGraph artists by MoGraph artists, featuring interviews with Designers, Animators, Producers, and other folks in the Motion Graphics industry. Get deep into the geeky world of Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, Photoshop and Illustrator and learn a
The do-it-yourself guide for independent animators featuring interviews with indie creators like Alex & Lindsay Small-Butera (Baman Piderman). It's all about making what you can with what you've got!
A podcast about how to develop your career in the animation industry. Hosted by Stop Motion Animator Terry Ibele, the podcast features interviews with industry professionals with a focus on how to pitch your project, market your work and the skills you need to make in in the industry.
Hosts Tim McCourt and Sam Taylor, members of The Line Animation Studio, talk to some of their favourite filmmakers and animation creators in this nifty podcast series.
Started back in 2012, iAnimate.net decided to invade the airwaves with their podcasts and since then have talked with many industry pros! They talk about animation, the industry, workflows, and wisdom picked up throughout their careers. You can also find these podcasts on iTunes.
21. BroGraph Podcast
Dave Koss & Matt Milstead of Mograph.com discuss the world of Cinema 4D and Motion Graphics. With many regular, big-name guests from the industry. Regular topics are anything from Cinema 4D tips & tricks to features & woes. After Effects, Render Engines like Octane, Redshift, and Arnold, or even Hardware configurations. They even get into industry discussions like clients, contracts, and work efficiency.
This highly-skilled, highly-motivated team produce tools, content and share their highs and lows from within the industry! They also help at all levels, so whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro these guys will have something for you!
Hosted by Andy J. Miller, an American full-time freelance illustrator with a background in graphic design, this series is designed to help creatives 'make a good living, making great art.'
Each episode is all about the creative, and features some great interviews and useful tips on how to step up your creative game and get your work out there.
24. Design Life
Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. The show covers a whole host of issues young creatives face, such as managing time, career development and overcoming creative block. While it is targeted to designers, the show has plenty of relevance for all sorts of creatives with great insights from the two hosts Charli Prangley and Femke Van Schoonhoven that will give you a dose of motivation or inspiration when you need it.
Your weekly sandbox for social media stories, insights, experimentation, and learning. While not strictly a creative podcast, this series is a great resource from the gang at Buffer for artists looking to improve their social media skills and get some great tips on how to market their work on social.
There you have it - got your own favourite animation/creative podcasts? Pop them in the comments below!