November 15, 2010
November 5, 2010
So it's getting colder and colder here, and I'm starring out the window and the snow is falling once again. Time to get ready for 6 months of winter. Anyway it's about time to bring life to this blog again. First up is a illustration I made back in the early summer, for a invitation-card to a picnic celebrating the birth of our daughter Myra.
Posted by Kenny at 00:04
November 3, 2010
August 6, 2010
At one time it was just going to be jelly fish in the right area but we decided on a octopus as well to give it more life and for me to bring something more to this concept. Here's the first sketch I did, but it didn't feel just right.
So I reworked the octopus into a new style. But I liked that the octopus is asking her for a cup of coffee :) so that I kept.
Posted by Kenny at 04:03
July 25, 2010
Hey, hope someone is still following my blog even tough I've been silent for way to long.
Posted by Kenny at 05:23
March 19, 2010
March 16, 2010
February 11, 2010
I started working on the first drawing of a new series of illustrations today. I've been thinking about this for some time now and I'm very excited to see what it will end up looking like when it's done. And I have plans for a bunch more in the same series when this one is done.
Anyone who wants to take a guess on what this fist sketch is suppose to resemble? :)
My cat likes to be the center of attention, it's kind of hard to work when he ends up sitting on my drawings or falling asleep on top of them :P
Posted by Kenny at 14:00
February 6, 2010
Posted by Kenny at 17:55
February 1, 2010
The first Soldier one 7" vinyl is finally released, limited to 300 copies, 150 on white with a hint of black marble vinyl, and 150 on blue vinyl. A few of these come in a even more mixed look like the blue/white. More info:
Posted by Kenny at 23:32
January 1, 2010
First post of the new year!
I'm working on a new illustration of a pile of cameleons coming together and forming a face. Above is a film from when I was drawing the linework. Music by DZR:P, check them out.
Since I could not fit the entire drawing in my scanner I had to scan it in parts and reassemble them on the computer afterwards.
Cleaning up the linework, there's always alot of dust and imperfections when you close enough to it.
Trying out a few different coloring options, not finished with that part yet stay tuned for the finished product.
The finished linework. I'm working on the coloring now. My aim is making this into a limited silkscreen poster print when it's done.
If anyone know of any good silkscreen artprint studios that will ship to Sweden, please let me know.
Posted by Kenny at 03:27