Wednesday, December 30, 2009

MERRY X-MAS

Back in the saddle after a nice Christmas not much like the picture below.
This is me and my wife saying a very late merry Christmas and an action packed new year!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

We all could practice a little...


Here are a couple of illustrations for teaching material I work on these days. Post more soon, hopefully also some of my just-working-for-fun-illustrations I have going. If I get the time.

Empathy


Anger management

Monday, November 16, 2009

Warmin up


Got involved in a project that will take me to a small town in Poland. My task is to illustrate how the town looked during the second world war. I guess there will be a lot of on the spot illustrating but since I'm spoiled with a Cintiq I rarely work on real paper. So this is me getting back to basics and warming up until the project starts in early spring. Super fun!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

In labor


Started up a fun little project the other day. It's going to be a short animation. This is some of the very first character sketches. Probably not the final look, but I'll try to keep posting during the progress. Without ruining the end of course.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

A fine view


Suppose that view really makes him long for home. If he grew up in the town under the arch that is.

Friday, October 30, 2009

Good old days

Used to do a lot of these lose tusch (indian inc) illustrations. Enjoy this skechy man and his trusty dog. Acually saw this man on my way to work the other week. He stood so still and bored in his yard, something made me want to paint him.

Monday, October 26, 2009

I like autumn

I'ts one of my favorites!

I painted some of your colleagues!

Which stereotype are you at work? Maybe one of these? The illustrations where made for a article about what sort of roles people take at work and how to deal with them if you are their boss.
The Doer


The Disputer


The Quiet


The Emotional


The Diffuse

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

My website is out on a grand adventure

Tried to visit my site tegol.se but he must be out on some heroic quest. Couldn't find him anywhere. I don't think he will be gone for long though. I'll let you know when he's back.

Monday, October 12, 2009

I invite you to fika!

I just updated my website www.tegol.se!
I have bigger plans for that place in the future but this will do for now.
Please visit it and have a fika.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Monsters!

Hoping they would blend in they left the woods to join the costume party.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Bägge med skägg

Once there were two criminals in Sweden. They both had a beard. This is probably what they look like.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Your friendly neighbourhood butler - from a detective story.

Just the way we love them:

Bouncing in space


Would be awesome... very awesome.

Bambatant...


... that's what we call these in Sweden. Don't know how to translate it I'm afraid. 

Board games...

...do we love them? Yes we do!

Did a super tiny bit of the game Dominion: seaside by Rio Grande Games. Hoping to post more board game illustrations soon.


For the younger audiance

I've been doing some illustrating for a paper called justdé for a couple of years. Here are some tricky puzzles and action scenes from the bible:






...meaty quality


He's from a while back but he's got some sort of meaty quality that i like.

It's X3M

This is a short section dedicated to the company X3M I worked with some year ago. Be sure to check out their website. Also, don't miss out on the nice hand made Romanian beanies as my brother is the guy behind that project.

This digital painting was made for their second exhibition and is also shown on their website. Some artist were asked to do street-art inspired of the word extreme. At the time the hot-air system at my office were broken and the most extreme thing I could think of that day was how cold that winter was. So that is me being beaten up by "cold". As you probably figured out on the ice-cream, fish and fridge.


This painting of mixed techniques was made to their first street-art exhibition. Inspired by the word "extreme"


This is how the illustrations looked like that I worked on in regular. Instead of using photos they used illustrations to show the might of the floor ball players.

In a project with STIHL called "anticipating saturday"


Adding a little something from the archive.









#1

The first post... just to get it over with.