pod 21 - "The Lonely Road"

Well everyone, it was bound to happen sooner or later, and in this episode of the PeeWeeRobo podcast, I get all deep and moody. This episode is sort of like a cathartic diary entry, where I speak a bit about how the road less traveled can bring an intense loneliness and sense of isolation. But, it's not all bad, it's just part of the total package that comes with experiencing the full spectrum of life's journey. And as always, thank you for watching.

pod 20 - "November in 20"

It's Matt and I'm back once again! Or, wait, I mean... PeeWeeRobo is back! It's been awhile, but I never forgot about you all, my imaginary audience. I love you guys. Happy new year, by the way! In this podcast episode, I'm compiling all the work I did in the studio last November, 2017. But I've fast-forwarded it and crunched it down to about 15 minutes or so, with a SUPER ANNOYING 5 minute scrambled video intro. Will watching my flickering crazy video effects give you a seizure? Yes. You're welcome. Much more on the way soon party monsters!!!

pod 19 - "Thank You for Standing Up"

Hi everybody. PeeWeeRobo here, also known outside this fantasy art blog as Matt Woods. I hadn't really planned on making this post or video, but circumstances are unique in the world today, and if you've got something you want to say, I'm here to inspire you to do just that. No matter who you are, no matter what your beliefs, just know that I am inspired by your collective voices, ladies and gentlemen. Stay focused, stay safe, stay civil to one another, but please STAND UP and speak your heart and your intellect. These are turning into some really insane times here in this overcrowded world, and it's not a good idea to have this much chaos. Thank you for standing up. Fake news!

pod 18 - "Y2K? Cuz 1 just wasn't enough..."

"Why all the superfluous cameras PeeWee?" Hi gang. Matt Woods here to talk (in first person this time,) about a painting I made for my best friend Seda. This piece was born under pretty much the same frame of consciousness as you've seen demonstrated in my 90-Second Drawing videos. While I was acting as temporary custodian of the painting, I decided to turn on a few cameras and practice my own uniquely-awkward, patented narcissism. I enjoyed myself. Hope you can too. (The video for this blog post was recorded 01/16/17.)