The Demon Zucchini
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Josh recently had a terrible experience with a Zucchini, which shook (and shocked) Alex to the ground.

Stan Prokopenko, Marshall Vandruff and Studio71
The 5 Sins Artists Should Be Aware of
Marshall talks to Stan about the different “corrupting” influences which can affect the purity of an art piece. Some problems affect the craft of your art, but others affect the spirit, undermining the meaning you are trying to convey in your work. These pitfalls, while hard to avoid, are something Marshall believes artists should be aware of as they pursue their careers. Learn how pandering, sentimentality, mannerism, frigidity, and didacticism can violate the spirit of art and how an artist battles between being commercially attractive to clients versus being considered a sellout and a hack. Thanks to Betterhelp for sponsoring today’s Draftsmen episode! Save 10% on your first month with Betterhelp - Build confidence within your team and reach every goal with ease- visit to start your free two-week trial. Call and Ask Your Art Questions: 1-858-609-9453 Show Links (some contain affiliate links): The Art of Fiction: Notes on Craft for Young Writers by John Gardner - Leo Tolstoy - Thomas Kinkade - Norman Rockwell - Ralph Bakshi - James Gurney - Just Break the News to Mother - Carson Robison Trio (1930): The Color Purple - John Cleese on Letterman: Karl Kopinski Interview: Rembrandt - Vincent van Gogh - Paper Moon - John Singer Sargent - Double Indemnity - Fresh (1994) - The Death of Stalin (2018) - The Last Laugh documentary (2016) - Take My Course, Please! the Philosophy of Humor - Steven Gimbel - Schitt’s Creek - Pee-Wee’s Playhouse Christmas Special - Story by Robert McKee - The Public Enemy - Learn to Draw - Marshall Vandruff - Stan Prokopenko - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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