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Swampy Marsh interview

We’re very lucky here at Slurpy Studios, because our close association with the wonderful Skwigly Animation Magazine means that we occasionally get to meet our heroes under the guise of interviewing them.

Last week at the Children’s Media Conference I got to meet Swampy Marsh, co-creator of Disney’s Hit show Phineas and Ferb.

Here’s the interview, and if you don’t have time to read the whole thing then here’s a video explaining, in his own words, what it’s like to be an animator.

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And here he is drawing Phineas


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