by Chris Thompson
After last week’s chat with Charlie Adlard (which you can listen to here), this week I’m back with an early review of the new Ant-Man film – plus theTraditional vs. Digital Art panel from last year’s NICE convention in Bedfordwith Adi Granov, Dave Kendall & Guillermo Ortego.
First up, Chad Armstrong joins me again to delve into the world of cinema with Marvel Studios‘ new Ant-Man feature film. Does it measure up to size or is it more of a shrinking violet? Find out right here.
Then I present the Traditional vs. Digital Art panel from last year’s NICE convention, where we talk about the artists’ differing approaches to work, how they switch between mediums, and what benefits each brings.
And never fear, you can still enjoy the Pop Culture Hound back-catalogueright here, as we continue to put out the same quality interviews and discussion with Orbital in Conversation going forward. It’s only gonna get better, folks!
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