If you worked at a fast food joint, and someone told you to flip some burgers for free. Would you? Hells NO! So why is it that people think it's ok to ask an artist to draw something for free?

This week the boys ponder this exact question.

Take it from Adam and Andrew, there's nothing more stressful for an artist than trying to maintain their identity and relevance working as a commerical arist.

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Direct download: GWP_Ep44.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:14pm EDT

  • Guys, I'd like to know your opinion about participating to friends/acquittance 3d short project for free (given the design is done already, so the duties are about production work like modeling, texturing, rig, animation, lighting, rendering, TD, supervision and what not) and the reward is the credit, participation to festivals, use on demo and CV, but no money.

    posted by: Morena on 2012-05-15 17:48:22

  • good podcast guys... start calling out these companies...and their practices, the more new people in the industry are made aware of company exploitation the better. use names...some of know the toy company you are talking about...it was them right? Later...have to go for a spin....!

    posted by: p on 2012-01-31 01:24:47

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