What Should We Draw

What Should We Draw

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The show where we use the art of conversation to make art ABOUT a conversation!

Episodes

Episode 45: Cow Court (w/ Bria Jones)  

Today's WSWD is a TRIAL BY PODCAST. Special guest judge Bria Jones (Animator, Bob's Burgers) presides as Caldwell and Nathan engage in civic discourse over the quandaries that have rocked our nation since its very inception. Questions like: "Is it okay to eat pork if the pig was an asshole?" "What would a pool jail look like?" And of course, "Can birds know love?" Strap into your jury bench, because we're leaving no stone unturned and no cow un-tipped. This episode is brought to you by Blue Apron and Squarespace! To see this week’s finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWe Draw.com And email your drawing suggestions to WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 44: Goop Dreams  

Oops! Caldwell and Nathan forgot to start the episode and ended up just talking about goo for 50 minutes. I guess they figured that they could just post that sticky conversation and hope no one notices that it's covered in hair. This episode is brought to you by Squarespace! To see this week’s finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWe Draw.com And email your drawing suggestions to WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 43: Pay-Per-Moon (w/ Cheyenne Curtis)  

Hey roomie, did you get my note? The one embroidered on that huge spider's web next to the fridge? About not drinking my milk? Oh you didn't? Because you were too busy listening to the latest What Should We Draw? The one where Caldwell, Nathan and Disney storyboard artist Cheyenne talk about birds, bees and Baltos? Oh, that's totally understandable then. Sorry for bothering you. This episode is brought to you by Blue Apron! To see this week’s finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWe Draw.com And email your drawing suggestions to WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 42: Befuddle the Duddles  

This week’s show is brought to you by Squarespace! This week’s episode of What Should We Draw is all about TRYING NEW THINGS. Join Nathan and Caldwell as they plunge deep into their newly expanded comfort zones for a rousing conversation about the best and worst flavors, new jobs for spiders, and how to keep your precious bread safe from the ever present threat of ducks. To see this week’s finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWe Draw.com And email your drawing suggestions to WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 41: Slug Buddies (w/ Sarah Andersen)  

Caldwell and Nathan invite webcomic artist extraordinaire Sarah Andersen (sarahcandersen.com) to help them develop some hot new products ranging from sticker mods for money to engraved swords for moms to a website that no one should visit. Can gastropods be used for social commentary? Listen and find out! This episode is brought to you by Blue Apron!

Episode 40: Sven the Swaddler  

ALL ABOARD THE COZY TRAIN. On this week’s episode of What Should We Draw, Caldwell and Nathan use the Danish philosophy of hygge to prepare an incredibly soothing audio experience designed to put your mind and body perfectly at ease. Once you’re fully relaxed, they’ll attempt to discover unheard of depths of coziness by mentally smothering you to death with a pillow-soft discussion about guillotines, dadnapping, and the definitive list of kissable animals. So throw on your favorite slippers and light a few dozen candles, because this show’s about to go full Kami-cozy. This week's episode is brought to you by Squarespace! To see this week's finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWe Draw.com And email your drawing suggestions to WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 39: Hep to the Zep (w/ Julia Lepetit)  

Caldwell and Nathan invited former guest, Julia Lepetit (Dorkly.com), to help them rummage through their mailbag in this first episode of the new year. Join our hosts in their conversation dirigible as they explore topics such as The Emoji Movie, the pooality of man, the opposite of lava lamps, trading card currencies, and organized ska crime. Hopefully they don't run out of helium! This episode is brought to you by Blue Apron and Squarespace!

Episode 38: Bad. Of the Bone (w/ Magnolia Porter)  

Gather close, Young Riders. Gather close and listen well. For today, from the Whispering Void known only as What Should We Draw, comes a tale of speed, avarice, and several very beefy, bald men. Clutch your keys tight, Young Rider, for on this day, you shall at long last learn the Fate of the Furious. Once you know this secret truth, then and only then may you walk in harmony with Caldwell and Nathan, the twin keepers of the Void, and also their friend Magnolia Porter (Monster-Pulse, Rose of Winter), who makes a lot of dope shit that you should definitely check out. Good tidings, Young Rider, and may the Carheart ever guide your wheels. To see this week's finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com! And email your drawing suggestions to WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 37: Magical Mikes and Where to Find Them (w/ Cynthia Kao)  

Oh boy, this here is a good and not bad podcast episode for you yes! On this week's show, Cynthia Kao (Collegehumor Originals, Adam Ruins Everything) joins our hosts as they prepare to launch their new competing television networks. Possible programming includes uncomfortable confrontations, grandfathers reading comics, friendly ghosts and, of course, nonstop Channing Tatum marathons. The ratings are gonna be through the roof yes!

Episode 36: The Truth About Beans (w/ Rekha Shankar)  

Greetings from the vaulted depths of our spacious podcast manor! On this week’s show, Caldwell and Nathan sit down between their two baby grand pianos to chat with comedian and writer Rekha Shankar (Reductress, MTV's Decoded) about the struggles of ordering vegetarian sandwiches, royalty-free mascots, and the architectural advantages of holes. This episode also features the introduction of an all-new segment where Nathan just straight-up leaves to go pee and we keep recording just to spite him! It’s a an audio adventure almost as huge as the room we record it in, which, if I didn’t mention before, is enormous. To see this week's finished drawing, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com! And email us suggestions at WSWDShow@Gmail.com!

Episode 35: Number by Colors  

Hey there friends. Boy, it sure has been a stressful 24 hours, huh? Just to let you guys know, we recorded this episode a while ago and we did not address any current events. So, if you want a little light hearted distraction from our grim reality, feel free to listen to Caldwell and Nathan chat about mom powers, new Dan Brown novels, Sonic the Hedgehog fanart and cake pranks on this episode of What Should We Draw.

Episode 34: Apple-tizers  

Hello Friend! Are you ready to Have Make Amazing opportunity? All you need do is Listen to New Episode of What Should We Drawing for exciting Business Insider Tips! Caldwell and Nathan (the Very Drawing Boys) will guide you on the path two success by showing you how to design your own restaurant, create a bathroom inside your brain, and discover several Exciting New Breeds of the Apple. What a nice! To find out more, please emailing GetMeMoney@VeryReal.Yes. Good of Luck!

Episode 33: The Basement  

My dearest child, I beseech you hear the tale of Caldwell and Nathan and horror they unleashed from below. This episode of What Should We Draw is a warning to all curious children who seek to know what should not be known. Ponder not the terrifying implications of the movie Space Jam. Ignore the Gummi Men and stay out of dad's fridge. Sweet child, do not seek answers to your questions for you will surely doom us all. Heed my advice precious child, also GET GOURD!

Episode 32: Sleight of Ham (w/ Zach Weinersmith)  

If you’re listening to this episode of the podcast and your name is Justin Pierre James Trudeau. FUCK YOU. Put on a goddamn shirt and come fight us this instant. If you’re name ISN’T Justin Pierre James Trudeau, welcome! Today on What Should We Draw, Nathan and Caldwell are joined by cartoonist and BAH Fest founder Zach Weinersmith for a unusually intelligent conversation about DMV Cheat codes, the secret lives of koalas, and an in-depth strategy guide for making mermaids a reality. Best bring a towel, cause this episode gets both wet AND wild. Seriously though, Justin. We’re waiting. To see this week’s finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

Episode 31: Souprise! (w/ Pat Cassels)  

Well howdy y’all! Welcome to the Souplantation! We sure wasn’t expecting no visitors, but since y’all’s here, we might as well sit for a spell and have a bowl of my grandpappy’s famous corn chowder. We grew it ourselves right in them soup fields over yonder. Now that you’ve got your soup, how’s about a little suppertime entertainment? Our good friends Nathan and Caldwell have prepared a humdinger of a performance for y’all. They even invited their good friend Pat Cassels (A city boy what writes for that Samantha Bee program) to help out with their japes. So unbuckle your belt, grab an extra bread bowl, and get ready for a souper-sized spoonful of hilarious hi-jinks and hootenanny! To see this week’s finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

Episode 30: SNEATH  

On this week’s episode of What Should We Draw, Caldwell and Nathan are joined by an Invisible Sense of Constant Dread ( Last Comic Standing, Funny or Die) for a conversation about Tree Crime, the Ever-Present Danger that Lurks Beneath Our Very Feet, and of course, Halloween Hairstyles. WARNING: No matter how spooky it may seem, everything we say in this episode is true. It holds water, but YOU MAY NOT. To see this week’s finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

Episode 29: Tank in a Tank (w/ Jon Gabrus)  

Sorry DPS and Healer classes, this week’s episode of WSWD is all about Tanks! Joined by the legendary Tank in a Tank himself, Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty Podcast), Caldwell and Nathan embark on an epic wordventure spanning myriad topics such as fat fries, alternative forms of reproduction, weird fetishes, fantasy novels, college art classes and worm dads. Seriously though, double check to make sure your dad isn’t secretly just a bunch of worms when you’re done listening to this episode. To see this week’s finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

Episode 28: Rollst Beef (w/ Josh Ruben)  

It's another Michael Douglas morning here at WSWD studios, and to help celebrate Caldwell and Nathan have invited hyper-talented actor and director Josh Ruben (The Mindhouse Podcast) to join in their debaucherous revery. So grab your favorite bag of heroin and prepare for some freeform jazz comedy featuring sexy donuts, potato mysteries and some of the worst Seth Rogen impressions ever committed to audio! To see this week’s finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

Episode 27: A Farewell to Cargs  

This week's episode takes a more somber tone than usual as Caldwell and Nathan say their goodbyes to the article of clothing that defined their childhoods. Our two hosts turn to Twitter to help ease their grieving process and end up discussing a myriad of topics including food based birth control, robot parents, internet mascots, and an all new executive office in the U.S. government. The only thing that can fill the cargo pocket sized hole in our hearts is your laughter. To see this week’s finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

Episode 26: FlossTalk (w/ Katie Marovitch)  

Welcome back, flosskateers! It's time for another exciting, ultra-hygenic episode of everyone's dentist's favorite floss-based podcast, FLOSSTALK! Today on the show, Caldwell and Nathan chat with pro toothroper, Katie Marovitch (CollegeHumor) about deep sea facts, s'more, and the undeniable lure of a politically-charged Facebook comment thread. I hope you chumps brought an extra coil, 'cause it's time to plaque out till we BLACK OUT. To see this week's finished art, visit WhatShouldWeDraw.com And to send a drawing suggestion, email us at WSWDShow@gmail.com!

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