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Is it a CD or an LP? Fantastic combo-disc!

July 14, 2010 by

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Cleaned out my shelves yesterday and found some CD samples that I should get rid off since I had never listened to them – and who listens to CDs nowadays anyhow in this spotify/itunes era? (I sure don’t – if I use “physical media” other than my iPod/iPhone/Mac then I turn to old fashioned vinyl […]

Cool cars!

November 18, 2009 by

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Life in the woods?

August 3, 2009 by

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Inspired by Thoreau’s Walden (Life in the woods) and my pursuit to learn basic animation skills, I created this simple short teaser this evening.

How to make an animated movie

July 25, 2009 by

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Learning animation: Equipment for clay models

July 19, 2009 by

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As described in a previous post, my current personal project is learning the basics of animation. I haven’t decided technique, concept or story yet, but in this post I explore model making equipment using clay and computer software. Model making and equipment I went to the toy store to get some plasticine. Bought something which […]

Personal projects#3: Stop-motion for beginners

July 18, 2009 by

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I decided my next personal project was going to be: “Create stop motion animation using plasticine” For the record (as will be clear any minute now): I know nothing of animation. I decided I wanted to learn a little of this art myself. No idea where to begin. This is a true beginners project – which of […]

Personal projects #2: Pop-Art and MJ tribute

July 12, 2009 by

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Inspired by a visit to Astrup Fearnley today – the museum for contemporary art in Oslo which owns the Jeff Koons scuplture: Michael Jackson and Bubbles (currently on display in London in the Serpentine Gallery – probably increased in value now…), I had to create some “art” myself. So, here goes: My own little MJ […]