PROXEMIT - Game - 2014

I made a very very hard game. PROXEMIT. It requires you to decipher alot of things just to get by the first couple of screens. However it does contain many power-ups, things to see and things to find. PROXEMIT is a product of my bad coding skills that after 30(ish) unfinished projects was the thing that I felt like I could finish. So I finished it.

It'll most likely tell you it's a virus, needless to say ~ It's not.

Enjoy - feel free to share and please contact me with comments.

Play the game here: PROXEMIT.zip


Starfish Rig - Article - 2014

Article describing a very simple yet powerful way of creating a rigged humanoid character primarily for use in video games.

Enjoy - feel free to share and please contact me with comments or enquiries.

Read the article here: Starfish Rig article (Online)
Get the PDF here: Starfish Rig article (PDF)


Animation Tag Attack - Episode 3 - 2010

ATA is an "Exquisite Corpse", a project which changes hands numerous times of the course of production. Mads Juul, Christen Bach and I have for many years had a fantasy of doing an Exquisite Corpse, not together though, since I've not known those two great artists longer than a couple of years. My affection for such a project started when I realized that Heavy Metal was something that had gone through many artists hands before completion. So: Hey that is interesting.
Christen was primus motor on this, and therefore took the bold decision to start it all off. He created episode 1, Mads Juul created episode 2 and I took care of episode 3 before the project went abroard. It's clocking in at 13-14 episodes now, and I think it is about to end.

Watch it all at: Animation Tag Attack


WTF Action - 2009

WTF Action is a simple, crappy and cheap flash animation made for the soul purpose to just make something. It was super fun to make and super fast, even though it took me years to finish I only worked on it for a couple of weeks all in all. It is located on Newgrounds where it got over 50.000 views in a short amount of time. I know it's not much, but it fealt good at the time.

Watch the mini short at: WTF Action


Red and Boxbot Responds - 2007

Red and Boxbot Responds was made during a 48 hour 3D jam in German city Stuttgart. Sren Bendt and I created everything you see in this piece, except the girl who was provided as a "requirement" for all contestants. Her face was so awkwardly horrible to look at so we covered it up with geometry pretty fast.

Watch the short at: Red and Boxbot Responds