One of The Brothers comes to the podcast prepared and the other is named Dan. Jeff is terrified. Dan fears anyone asking him to spell anything ever. Its the episode where The Brothers finally ask “why are we here?”
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The Brothers stomp through the minefield that is the Catholic-themed Met Gala. Dan wonders what tattoo he'd regret. Jeff accidentally wears some Glenn Beck pride. What jobs are shirtless with a high moral standard? It's our pre-diabetic episode.
When a listener requests an episode on the history of ceramics, The Brothers re-think their entire show. Dan loves the nuanced quality of a pinched rim. Jeff tells us how to safely transport a pineapple. It's the episode that primes The Brothers' Hot Mud Expedition.
The Brothers talk about Paintings by Lisa Yuskavage. Jeff gets escorted out of a gallery. Dan loves Pie Face. It’s the episode where we learn what we are not allowed to paint.
The Brothers follow-up their Frank Frazetta critique with a review of "Fire & Ice," the 1983 animated Frazetta/Bakshi magnum opus. Dan admires a well-animated glute jiggle. Jeff is too eager to discuss sub-humans. It's the episode where we pole vault a Sarlacc.
It's the second installment of Kitsch Redemption, and the Brothers wade through a pile of corpses to consider the work of Frank Frazetta. Dan has a real intercostal axe to grind. Jeff always finds the skull. It's the episode where we signal all the virtues.
Watch the video for this episode: https://youtu.be/OaKWa8kgnnM
In episode 12 of our podcast we took a critical eye to Presidential portraiture, and especially the recent Obama portraits. As promised, we tackled the challenge ourselves, sketching a basic likeness of Dear Leader Trump using the Loomis method. Follow along to learn how you can use the same illustration techniques to craft your own state-approved propaganda.
The Brothers talk about critique and tear Jeff's work apart. Jeff reveals both fear and fantasy about big toys. Dan literally phones in his criticism. It's the episode that combines painting, snowstorms, and wet T-shirts.
The Brothers talk about studio setup. Jeff gets one-up'd in the studio by his daughter. Dan also gets one-up'd in the studio by his daughter. It's the episode where we purge our cycles.