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David Firth | DSC Interview

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Published on Nov 4, 2013

David Firth is an English animator, video artist, filmmaker, and musician. He is the creator of Salad Fingers, Spoilsbury Toast Boy, Sock, Jerry Jackson, WallerFM, Locust Toybox, Stegosaurus Trap, and a number of cartoons that have been featured on the BBC.

Check out David's work here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Doki66

In this video, we discuss and muse on a lot of things, including creative drive, bad video games (like Duke Nukem Forever), sounds, the British Broadcasting Company, the state of news broadcasting in general, and David's work. David was great to converse with.

David's site: www.fat-pie.com

@David_Firth
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Dom's Sketch Cast on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DomsSketchCast

My portfolio: www.domrabrun.com

@countblackula

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FAQs:

What do you use to draw?
I use Adobe Photoshop CS5 and a Wacom Bamboo tablet (mid-size, like 9")

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