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    Helena

    Then I'm calling this done.
    The horns are pure fantasy inspired by different antilopes. This idea originally came to me when I saw a huge wet stain on the ground from a bridge looking like a head shape with huge horns standing straight out to the sides.

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    Here's another pencil on paper drawing, 17 x 23,15 cm. "In the dragonfly's den"

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    Wow that pencil on paper still life is awsome kodos!!!
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    Ta -glad you like it

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    A new pencil piece. "Flight"13,5 x x18 cm.

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    Cd cover work

    Hello peeps

    Here are the finished cd cover I did for Reig. He's a Norwegian electronic musician. His web site can be found here, and you will find tastes of this album there as well.


    First out is the front and back of the booklet. The main theme here was the Czech Absinth ritual, which is the most famous one were you pour Absinth into the glass through a lump of sugar. Then the sugar is light, and burnt until its caramalized. The elements he wanted on the front was first and formost his and the albums name on the bottle label, then electronics and, of course, the ritual. On the back I put a picture of him playing in his studio.

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    Next is the inside of the booklet. The little green thingy is made with Apophysis. I wanted to keep this simple and abstract so it didnt detract the attention from the writings.

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    Then we have the actual cd. Here I just used elements from the front (praised be Photoshop with its layers), and another light environment made in Apophysis

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    Last we have the backside (outside of the tray). Guess wich app is used Here I wanted it simple and good with space for the writings.

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    I really love everything about this design. It looks wonderful

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    Thank you Yngvill. I'm happy to say both the client and the record company loved it. So then I'm happy

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    You must have drink a lot of this Absynth before starting work !

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    Hehe -I actually got a bottle of Czhec Absinth as thanks for this one. But yea, I drank a lot of Absynth before and suring this piece

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    Waaaaaaaaaw ,what i can see here ,its really fantastic

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    Thanks Aziz. It makes me happy you like it

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    Website banner

    A banner for Reig's website. He failed to tell me about the old graphical elements he wanted implemented, but after he had placed it on the site it still worked. So we let it stay as it was.
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    That pencil on paper drawing is spectacular nice job!
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    Its' cool pic. Imagination is greater than reality.

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