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I spoke with Matthew Fryer – an inspiring and versatile animator, designer and educator, living in the UK. A man of many talents and our friend, he is the person behind the fantastic and extremely popular TipTut channel on YouTube.

Matt was very kind to answer my questions. Read more
I spoke with Marcus McKebery – an animation professional, living in Sydney, Australia. A friend and supporter of EDAP Tools since the very beginning, Marcus is a Flash/Animate expert, college lecturer and has been part of the Australian animation industry for over two decades.

He was very kind to share some of his thoughts and experiences with our audience. Read more
I spoke with Zach Cohen – an animation professional, living in Tel Aviv, Israel. A friend of EDAP Tools, he is a university lecturer, an illustrator and animator with a unique and distinct art style.

Zach was very kind to agree to speak with me, so that we can learn more about his work and reflections upon the world of animation. Read more
I spoke with Sergio Rodríguez Valdunciel – an animation professional, living in València, Spain.

A long-time friend of EDAP Tools, Sergio is an animation lecturer, does studio work and is actively engaged in the worldwide animation community. He is a technical innovator, who has made incredible contributions to Flash production workflows, which need to be widely acknowledged.

I'm very happy to share our engaging conversation with the audience. Read more

Interview for the Adobe blog : Nickolay Tilcheff

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I was recently interviewed for the Adobe blog.

The conversation revolved mostly around EDAP Tools, our motivation to start the project and my use of Flash/Animate as a professional tool of choice, but I also touched upon some topics about my early interest in cartoons, how Vlad and I met and the history of the first incarnation of Electric Dog back in the twentieth century. Read more