This is unfortunately our last episode! It's been great having you all as listeners over the years. This episode is all about crowdfunding! I'm going through the process myself - and I can honestly say it's more of a struggle than I thought it would be!
My project is a non-profit called Treefort Academy - a company I'm starting to deliver high-quality and free educational games to kids. Please check our our campaign - it's a great cause - and has potential to really change how educational games are made.
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Hey guys and gals! If you are an artist, and would like to have your portfolio looked at by industry professionals, swing by Spiderhouse Cafe at 6pm tomorrow (Oct 6th). See you there!
Shame on me. I recently had someone mention that I haven't ever shared my own breaking in story! I thought it would be a good idea to share that, which will be heard on the next episode. However, if you would like a more detailed explanation about how I broke in, or would like to read a bit more about environment art in general, head over to Take Initiative, where they recently put up an interview I participated in.
If you aren't getting the right audio for episode 3 in your podcast aggregator (itunes, ziepod, etc) You will have to unsubscribe, then resubscribe to the podcast to get the proper .mp3 file. Sorry for the hiccup!
The podcast has now been successfully added to the iTunes store! Although I think it will be a while before it is actually searchable. Go here to subscribe.
I postponed submitting it to iTunes until I made some album art.
A lot can be done on a lunch break!