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Apr 28, 2016 | 4:18 AM EDT
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101 min 39 sec
4.03 / 5.00

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Adam Phillips (@chluaid) talked with us all about creating his amazing Brackenwood series, working at Disney, Bob’s Burgers and switching from Flash to Toon Boom and his book! He opened up about some health issues, education, his views on working from home, experience with popularity on the internet and the ill-fated Kickstarter for the Dashkin game. Check out his Patreon page which is going to help him return to Brackenwood for more films!

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Topics & Timestamps:

(3:22) Inspiration
(5:38) “Chluaid”
(7:58) Disney days
(10:00) Factory accident
(12:37) Talking Lobo
(14:58) Studio vs Freelance
(19:07) Bob’s Burgers
(25:35) Australian animation scene
(27:16) Getting out of the office
(29:46) Heart surgery
(34:24) Dashkin game
(41:53) Adam’s book “Animate to Harmony”
(44:54) Ween music video
(51:34) Patreon
(54:51) Newgrounds
(1:00:34) Bitey
(1:04:05) Audience Questions…
(1:04:21) Mike Boas
(1:09:51) Jesse J Jones
(1:11:48) Christopher Murphy
(1:16:43) Joe Wayne
(1:19:13) Alex Dudley
(1:22:16) Ronald Chaparro
(1:24:06) Timothy Bergeron
(1:31:28) Lamont Wayne
(1:32:31) Nathan Viney
(1:34:16) Kaishu Mannella

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I agree with Adam on that Yuyu scene XD

Probably his best section of animated works! Good interview

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rubberonion responds:

The whole animated short was impressive and with all that action you still got to learn more about Bitey's character... outstanding. Thanks for listening!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Adam mentioned so many things I'm familiar with, like working throughout the entire day as opposed to working for a set time. Being so indulged in your own workproces, that you hardly see the work of others anymore. Which is bad, great ideas often come from allowing yourself to get inspired by others.

This has been eye opening and simply amazing.

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rubberonion responds:

Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for commenting, hope to see you in the comments section more often now (=


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great episode! Tons of inspiration, hilarious stories, and quite educational.

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rubberonion responds:

Adam's great and really open about his history... I love his career story! Also, check him out on Patreon (=