Ep.127: How to get clients with Amanda and Gus from Limetown Studios

By Iva Mikles •  Updated: Mar 19, 2018 

Hey, guys! In this episode, I am chatting with Amanda & Gus from Limetown Studios in Brazil. Gus does concepts and Amanda does color, light and digital painting. They work with 2D illustration and games – online, mobile, consoles, board and card games.

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Key Takeaways

“Don’t overwork yourself, sleep well, eat well, exercise! You can’t pour from an empty cup”

“If you feel stuck, just do a lot of studies”

Resources mentioned

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Special thanks to Amanda & Gus for joining me today. See you next time!

All artworks by Limetown Studios, used with permission

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Iva Mikles
Hi, I am Iva (rhymes with “viva”). I am an artist, illustrator, teacher, and the founder of Art Side of Life™️. I've worked as a commercial artist since 2009. I believe that we are all creative in infinite numbers of ways so I’ve made it my mission to teach you everything I know, to contribute to waking up your creative genius.

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