Jake Parker: Picturebooking, Episode 68

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Jake Parker Little Bot and Sparrow

Good Things Come to Those Who Create

On the show today we have Jake Parker and his debut picture book LITTLE BOT & SPARROW.

Jake has worked in comics, concept art, illustration and animation. He started the popular drawing challenge Inktober and co-founded the illustration education website svslearn.com with Will Terry (Picturebooking Episode 12). Basically Jake Parker makes things! And after this talk you’re going to be inspired to make things too.

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I want to congratulate Matthew Winner on his 300th episode. I personally enjoyed episode 301 with Liz and Jimmy Reed from Cuddles and Rage. There debut picture book titled SWEET COMPETITION looks amazing. I can’t wait to get my hands on it. Also it was fun to hear more about Liz and Jimmy themselves. Liz has a podcast called PEOPLE I THINK ARE COOL. And she has had Matthew Winner, Blake Hamilton and myself on the show at different times. So it’s great to see her doing the author-illustrator thing!

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Nick Patton

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Hi my name's Nick! And I enjoy stories told with words and images. In 2014 I started the Picturebooking Podcast, where I get to chat with the people behind my favorite stories. I spend my free time writing, drawing, painting and talking picture books. It’s a good life.


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