COMICS OF COURSE
What better way to conclude three years of school than interpreting one of my favorite pass-time activities in Virtual Reality.
One and a half month later there's literally, virtually comics all around!
My elementary- and highschool teachers would look at me, shaking their heads when I handed over my books and assignments. "You need to focus on math and stuff" they'd say - I did! I just saturated the rest of the pages with drawings.
I've spent a good portion of my life developing skills in many different mediums of drawing and illustrating. I am too modest to claim to have fully mastered any - there's just too much unexplored potential.. I'm pretty good with a pencil though.
I had the pleasure of interning at Postyr Postproduction during five tough months. Besides a lot of concept art, rotoscoping, matte-painting, storyboarding, 3D-modelling etc. I earned my place in the sun, making the title sequence for the Danish movie "Three Heists and a Hamster".. or at least earned a place halfway through the credits.
To sum up the introduction course to Cinema 4D at DMJX, we were given a case; create a 20 second Halloween themed breaker for a kids or youth channel of your own choosing.
THE SCENT OF LIFE
In a collaboration project between DMJX and Sonic College, this little piece of art came into existence. The result of 2.5 days intense work.
The talented Composer and Sound designer Ida Skjerk composed the entire soundtrack while I made all the visuals.
A LUKE WARM CHRISTMAS
In Denmark we have a tradition dating back to the 1940's of decorating our houses with little Christmas Elves on Shelves.
Now for the first time, the adorable little elves will have company by adorable little half naked Christmas girls.
Here you'll see how I like to approach a project.
I was contacted and given a very vague brief of the illustration the client needed. 40-50 sketches later we agreed on a concept, and in the end, we were all very happy with the outcome.
SILLY, BUT WORTH IT!
Wow - this is silly. I'm inclined to call it stupid, however it turned out to be a great way of getting to know my way around Cinema 4D.
When I started this, it had no purpose and no idea where it was going. It still doesn't really, but it is sort of funny in a stupid, silly way...