Thursday, 23 January 2014

Mr. Fox

Funny Mr fox. I did this for my in-law this christmas. I was very inspired by a sculpture i bought to
my parents two yeas ago. Which was a Raindeer in the same type of style. But since i love foxes i did this creature! =) hope you' ll like it. 


Portrait.

Hello everyone, This is two paintings i did for my family this christmas.
This one on the top is a portrait of my lovely niece and in the bottom is me, my sister and mom.

If your interested in a portrait of your family or just yourself don't be afraid to send me an 
email. If so, we can talk threw about how you want it. 

ps. sorry for the bad pictures, i'm gonna try to take better pictures of them =)   



Thursday, 24 October 2013

Polished

The final picture of my friend Frida. I'm pretty happy with the result!


Monday, 21 October 2013

Silicone, Fomelatex and gelatin

Character design

Mine was a sea-queen thingy Frida Hådén is my model and the mask is made with Foamelatex.
I had some problems with my joints but overall a think it looks good.


Mindstorm Lego


Playing with Legos new MINDSTORM
This was a Team-project so me and Frida hådén made this dog.
This was superfun. Our dog hade functions like colour sensor in his nose, so when he have a red block infront of his nose he opens his mouth and make sounds like chewing and barking. The other sensor he have is a push button on his head. So when you act like you scratching him on his head he barks and flapping his ears. So FUN  
 














Newspaper

So fun, I made the frontpage in the local newpaper. So for those who can read swedish enjoy ;)


The reporters quotes of me were really weird! in English direct translation = "He is my inspiration, only he"
haha weird


Hayao miyasaki

Hayao  Miyasaki as my famous skulpting person.
We had a class with Jim Vikström about skulpting a human face, a famous person. I Choose Hayao Miyasaki. A very fun lesson and I learn a lot. I made his face a little big but he has sort of a big head, not in a negative way but a good way. The challenge for me was to remember to take a few step back and look at what I've done, if you just stand there close up to the skulpture everything will be wrong with the proportions. So the key too a good skulpting head is too open your eyes and look at what you've done.


Later on we made a palster form of it.