In the past weeks I’ve been in Oslo, interning at Qvisten Animation which has been great! I’ve gotten to work on their upcoming Knutsen & Ludvigsen og den fæle Rasputin. They are a very nice bunch of people put whimsical studio divided in a basement and an attic four stories above.
But when I haven’t been interning I’ve been out and about in Oslo and have once again gotten to use my infrared filter. So here it is, Oslo in faux color infrared. Note that there’s a lot of color noise in certain areas. The reason is that I had to shoot with a very high ISO (3200 to 6400) because I didn’t have a tripod with me, so everything is handheld (one is even shot from the bus!).
For the photo geeks I should mention that all photos were shot with a Fuji X-Pro1 using an Olympus Zeiko 50mm F/1.8 equipped with the ever so popular Hoya R72 filter.
The last photo is of my dear friend, Sara Aunbirk.
In the middle of the park in Annecy was this woman playing funky music while giving people a haircut. The hair literally flew off the man’s head as she quickly made one cut after the other, giving quite a show for the surrounding people, and the customer as well I presume.
I passed by this man playing on his santoor in Annecy. It had a wonderful sound and was quite mesmerizing. I asked the man about his instrument and where he came from. He told me that he knew about the festival in Annecy, and that he was travelling around in different countries in his own car. Just playing wherever he came, without any grander purpose. A minute after the police came by and checked if he had permission to play. Since I don’t understand French I had no clue whether he would be allowed to stay, but I hoped. Luckily he was good and his tunes continued to follow us, as we walked away.
“Myths from the Underground” reveals what happens to the ancient gods once they are no longer worshipped. The fallen, downtrodden, and forgotten – they are still here – walking among us. But they’re powerless. And they don’t die of old age. So they’re just trying to make it through the day, like the rest of us. They’ve been doing it for thousands of years, affecting human history from the shadows. In “Myths From The Underground”, a world of urban grit and blue-collar magic, you will learn the true stories behind the gods and how they have shaped our world.
I finally came around to do a screen capture of the final quadruped project done by Martin Baadsgaard. The animation was done by me on the second shot, the fourth shot and the creature on the left in the final run. The other creature was done by Awesta Rogh. See my older post for more explanation.
For this years IndieTAW spring game jam, I wanted to try out some simple iconographic pixel art for our award diplomas. These four are the icons I came up with. It was pretty fun to try out some kind of pixel art.
A fun week with Jericca “Rikki” Cleland. Make a live action film, basically in three days. Credits: Troels Hald Brusen, Michelle Erdmann, Awesta Rogh, Camilla Anderson, Kasper Christensen, Kristine Kjærsgaard Hansen, Søren Krøjgaard.
A very quick animation I did for my friend Morten Lund Thulstrup to show off his astronaut character. I spent around 6-7 hours on it, since it was all the time I had next to school and before his presentation. It was a fun challenge to work so quickly – though the result still leaves me with stuff I want to fix and/or change. But I’d like to leave it as it is, simply because of the limited time.
I’m a character animation student at The Animation Workshop, and dreaming of making short movies and games. I take photographs on the side and snowboard in the winter. Currently I reside in Viborg, Denmark.