I have decided to put up some drawings or sketches I have made in the past years to boost the content of this page a little. I only managed to scan in these eight before my crappy scanner died on me. I will be putting up some more when I have steady access to a scanner, but god knows when that will be. Anyway, enjoy!
(Click the thumnails to see the full image.)
This is something I did when I saw an empty Carlsbergbottle standing in front of a lavalamp I had at the time. Nothing special really, but I always wanted to do something more out of this idea.
The cubic faces are something I originally jotted down on a discarded envelope at a café, and later cleaned up. Not all that sure about the aestethic value, and I originally wanted to utilize them in a small comic, but nothing happened there.
The senile woman in the wheelchair was and is just a one off sketch I rushed off while talking on the phone, however, I always kind of liked her, and thought her amusing, so here she is.
This scene from Konkordia was something I did for a bloke, upon request. I like some of it, but it needs more work and the characters are kind of inconsistant which annoys me something awful. This panel was meant to be one of three but the other two remain incomplete, due to my tremendously slothful nature.
This is an old one I did in an extremely boring maths class. Not really sure why I put it in here, since its incomplete, but I think it turned out allright.
The house in Limbo is a particular favorite of mine. The idea is partly stolen though, from a comic I read which name escapes me. The comic featured a single tree floating in Limbo if I remember correctly, and I wanted to do something of a similar nature.
Metromorphosis is also a favorite of mine. Something I threw up in Denmark when I applied for the Design-school there. The idea came to me one day when I was riding the, then new, metro-system. Sitting at the front looking at my reflection it seemed as if the metro-tunnel was spiraling through my body. I wanted to make something out of that and did this picture. Perhaps the only original piece I managed to produce for my folder in the week before I applied.
The robots inspired heated debates at the time of their publishing. They remain a controversial work but not as much as before. The idea was spawned at the Rex-café in Reykjavík in 2001, and a few days later the robots saw the first light of day.