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Here at Man vs. Art, I love hearing from the listeners, or Minions as I like to say. If you would like to contact the show to suggest a topic, ask us a question, or just say hello, please contact me using the form  below.




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Cheech and who?




Some FAQ about podcasts.

What is a Podcast? A podcast is a pre-recorded audio show that is  offered as a simple .mp3 file that you can download and listen to on your computer, iPod, iPhone, Zune or any portable .mp3 player.

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  2 Responses to “CONTACT / FAQ”

  1. What do you think of Sean “Cheeks” Gallowey? http://cheeks-74.deviantart.com/
    He seems to me to have a more hand drawn style, but I’d like to hear you opinion.


    P.S. Your Passion and Your Time are invaluable to all your minions and It is great to see you grow as an artist and podcaster. Kudos to you and thank you for sharing. You make the world less bleak. I wish there were more like you.

    • Hi Jim,
      Sean’s work is phenomenal! WOW! He has an awesome design sense and his figures are dynamic and full of appeal. Thanks for sharing.

      Thanks for the kind words man. If you keep listening I’ll keep making them.


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