Edik is still in school, but he’s already chosen a profession at the age of 13. In his words, he loves crafts. He has his own workshop, where he brings new life to old objects he finds and creates new things that appear older.
Where did this passion come from, you ask?
“One day, while watching an old house being demolished, I saw some beautiful antiques. I decided to rescue them, and that’s where it all began. My family and friends helped me and we set up our workshop together. Now, whenever someone sees something old, they bring it to me right away.
In his spare time, Edik loves not only playing video games, but also creating them using the knowledge he learned at TUMO. But as he mentions, his hobbies, work and free time are all connected to his craft.
“I draw at home, collect objects, and then start creating. Before I learned 3D modeling, I drew my designs on paper. Learning 3D modeling at TUMO made my job easier and more efficient,” says Edik.
The craftsman participated in two levels of 3D modeling. Now, he is waiting for the third one to make even more beautiful and complex objects in his workshop.
“I would also like to create robots using cutting-edge technology on the inside and an antique outer frame. It is already clear to me what my next learning target will be,” Edik added.