The latest installment in my series of musical eagles. It's listening to Guns N' Roses, and way too loud! Turn the volume down!
Friday, March 15, 2013
Friday, February 1, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Friday, January 4, 2013
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
I have gathered some frequently (and less frequently) asked questions about me and my work, in an attempt to quench your undying thirst for knowledge. I might expand on this if anything else comes to mind, but for now:
Q: You seem to be some sort of drawtist, so can I hire you for this cool paying job I have in mind?
A: Absolutely you can! Any serious job inquiries are always welcome, so just contact me through email or PM.
Q: You seem to be some sort of drawtist, so can you draw me a cat/a flatbed truck/whatever I want for free? It will be good marketing for you!
A: Absolutely I won’t! As someone who draws for a living I will MOST CERTAINLY NEVER do anything for free, however cool your flatbed cat truck may seem. Free marketing is never a good enough reason, and you should know better.
Q: How did you make [painting]?
A: Unless otherwise specified almost all of my work is done with Photoshop, and the version I’m currently using is CS5. I use a Wacom Intuos3 to paint.
Q: So, how did you learn to use this ‘Photoshop’ then?
A: When I started out as a digital artist I used to hang around the forums at conceptart.org. I learned a lot by joining in community painting exercises, getting critique from my peers, and studying other artists’ work and tutorials.
Q: Did you go to art school at all?
A: I did! But I knew Photoshop before then. In 2009 I went to Konstskolan Basis in Stockholm to study the basics, and then went on to study graphic design and illustration at Nyckelviksskolan in 2010.
Q: Have you made any tutorials I can look at?
A: Nothing that isn’t in a magazine or made after 2008. I do have plans to make more tutorials in the near future though. Stick around and you might just get lucky!
Q: Why do you draw all those stupid animal characters all the time?
A: Because it's fun to play around with their shapes. Also because animals are funny and stupid.
Q: What did you think of season three of Downton Abbey?
A: I thought it was worse than the previous seasons, but is this really…
Q: Have you ever kissed a girl? Are you a mormon? Can I borrow your penguin T-shirt?
A: T-this certainly isn’t relevant! That's enough for now!
(Didn’t find an answer you were looking for? Just ask me directly, but keep it classy!)
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Monday, October 15, 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012
The companions you can choose from in A Defender's Tale; Oonie the ostrich, Linus the lizard and Noah the goldfish.
A Defender's Tale (formerly known as Defender of the Realm) is a choose your own adventure-book for iPad that I'm working on full time at the moment! There will be more updates along the way. If you want to know more about it you can check out its Kickstarter page!