- Episode 63: Eddie Stacey. From Day 1 at the Tattoo Shop (Ink and Dagger), Eddie was like a brother to me. We are kindred spirits, brothers from other mothers. We both live in our heads, and struggle with out idealism in a far from ideal world. I hope you’re all enjoying this new side of Inkpulp Audio, and my new artistic journey. If not, oh well.
Episode 62: Russ Abbott, Part 2. Why am I doing this apprenticeship? I’m not busy enough? Is there something wrong with me? Why do I have problems with social media? Why am I asking these questions? Why are you still reading this? STOP! Turn on Inkpulp Audio and ignore these crazy ravings of a mad man, well, don’t read them, just listen to them.
Episode 61: Russ Abbott, Part 1. I’m learning to Tattoo, because of this man. Yes, i can’t sit still. Call me crazy. Russ is an inspiring artist and businessman. I am learning a ton from him, maybe you can too. Come with me on my tattoo journey, starting with the man who made it happen.
Episode 59: Cary Nord. They broke the mold after Cary was made. The most genuinely nice dude and the most talented artist. I’d find a reason to hate him if I didn’t know him. I watch Cary draw at every con, it’s a site to behold. The art just flows from him, so naturally, so seemingly effortless. I had to know HOW THIS WAS POSSIBLE! We talk. It’s a good one.
Episode 58: Brent Peeples. I cannot get your name right, Brent. Ugh. Sorry about that intro. I didn’t know Brent all that well going into this, and I had no idea what to expect. He approached me about doing this. I don’t know what he wanted out of this, but I think we got somewhere. I hope it wasn’t a disappointment Brent.
Episode 57: Karl Kerschl. Karl’s one of my favorite cartoonists. Karl’s one of my favorite people. Karl’s one of my favorite episodes. Give Karl a listen, and go buy his self published work or read his web comic. He’s a pioneer, though I doubt he’d ever admit to it.
Episode 56: Phil Hester. From the day I started this podcast, Phil was a guest I wanted. We all can learn a lot from him, about life, career, and this wonderful medium of ours. Plus, he’s got an important story for all of us to hear.
Episode 55: Periscope with Eric Canete and Jeff Dekal. This is a u inquest one,people. We opened up the podcast to questions from the audience, through Eric’s periscope. I’m always up to try something new. I hope it plays well for you!
- Episode 54: Jeff Dekal. THE DUCKS! I FORGET TO ASK HIM ABOUT THE FUCKIN DUCKS!!!! Jeff, we’ll have to record a second one. I want to know about these ducks! Sometimes, I make a plan for my conversations on Inkpulp Audio, which is silly. The whole idea is to keep the conversation raw, honest, off the cuff. So, if i have a plan, I tend to abandon it the minute the Mic’s go live. Well, it’s not that intentional. Honestly, I just get nervous, flustered, and I forget. Jeff is an artist i’ve come to know recently. He’s a wonderfully clam and quiet person. Which is great, because I’m an anxious loud mouth. So, we balance each other. Or, Jeff just thinks i’m an asshat who doesn’t shut up. I don’t know. You be the judge on this installment of Inkpulp Audio.