Experiment-et a little to day with a Zbrush face that I exploded in 3ds max, an made some time delay animation to it:-)



Building AL as hard surfaces in 3ds Max and refining the sharps in Zbrush:-)


Stephen Hawkings in A Tank chair WIP

Still WIP Working on his face in zbrush, refining the animation for his tank chair for the turntable


Reproductions Rudolf Tegner WIP

I'am starting a series of reproductions sculpts from this almost unknown symbolic artist called Rudolf Tegner, born in Denmark 1873-1950. You can read more here if you like:-) I am using Zbrush and 3ds max and of course Vray.


Inside Descartes machine WIP

Build rapidly as a kind of  brainstorm .. maybe I will continue to work with this:-)

Cartesian theory holds that mental acts determine physical acts and that volitional acts of the body must be caused by volitional acts of the mind. This theory is "the myth of the ghost in the machine:-) Zbrush -Vray 3ds max _ render and some compositing and color-correction in Photoshop. Work in progress:-)


what!! big worm in my garden?


turntable Garden accident

Using my mobil camera and photofly Autodesk-- took some object from my garden..and did a little bit of garden mixing:-) used 3ds max and Zbrush for cleaning the mesh a bit and re-did the handles on the lawnmower finally I did some AE for compositing. Took about 2 hours to do the scene.. I Real 'think that photofly will have great potential in the furture--


God's Wrath hypermarket

inspired by Jean Baudrillard. Baudrillard is famous for his investigations
of hyper reality and hyper reality especially in the U.S. According to Baudrillard, the U.S.
has built itself a world that is more 'real' than reality itself,and how those who inhabit it,
is obsessed with timelessness, perfection and objektificering by itself.



Movement was inspired by Auguste Rodin - Burghers of Calais

speedsculpt in Zbrush 1 hour.. Render:3ds max Vray 



"If I take death into my life, acknowledge it, and face it squarely, I will free myself from the anxiety of death and the pettiness of life - and only then will I be free to become myself. " 
— Martin Heidegger

99 % Zbrush and Olie fernish on Canvas --Printet in 2009