Saturday, 5 December 2009

Much to do...

Sorry for the lack of updates. I just had too many things to do lately. Had to move because of impending renovation in our old apartment building. So new home. Also new job. Or well before that I was actually unemployed for 6 months. But a job nonetheless. I am liking it a lot. And of course some freelance work coming my way, not to mention that I still want to spend some time with my family as well.

Much to do...

Also I have a fetish with making pastry-dish's at the moment, will update next time when I have an awesome recipe to share. But not quite yet.

Friday, 30 October 2009

PHP and Regexp are fun!

Hit a major roadblock earlier this week (a metaphorical one mind you) and so I decided to learn PHP and Regexp.. As a starter at least, after that I'm gonna start with mySQL and Cron.

So far so good. I can now proudly say that the PHP Xbox Scraper is hand coded all by myself. And it's really nice. Still not done though as the next step to scrape the various other RSS feeds I have going on my website. And then cache them in a database so that my website won't be so 'effin slow to load. Yes I am very aware of the slow-ness at the moment.. But rest assured that I am learning all of these programming languages to fix it. It took me three days to learn enough (from no knowledge) PHP and Regexp to be able to scrape my "gamercard feed". So maybe I'll have it fixed soon enough.

Until then enjoy some John Mayer - Belief why don't you. And just chill.

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Volume 4, up and running

Hell yeah, Volume 4 of Fiinix Design is online and working more or less properly. I had some nasty bugs in IE I had to care of but now it works. Still have to add all the content to Showcase and Portfolio. As some of you might have noticed it get's a bit wierd in the end.


Don't worry though, I just fixed that too, but I still have to add content, but for now it will at least not try to load images that aren't available as it did earlier. Ignore the number that says there's 25 items to view for now, it's lying. Yes it really does..

But other than that and a few possible kinks that need to be solved it's awesome, so visit it...

Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Dear Agony...

I'm really liking Breaking Benjamin's new album Dear Agony, especially "Anthem of the Angels".

Working hard on an update for my online portfolio, stay tuned for the awesome-ness that is Fiinix Design.

Here's "Anthem of the Angels" as featured on youtube.

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Flying MC

Got a request to post an other design I've done some time ago (Yes among all other things I also design T-Shirts)

So here it is. I can't really take credit for the design though I just made this composition and re-vectored it for T-Shirt.

Yes it's Master Chief and yes, I'm a Halo fan. There I said it, now move it along and enjoy the design instead. :P

My Xbox My Way, Runner up...

I should remembered that I entered an Avatar competition some weeks ago, turns out I made it to runner up in the competition, which I a nice way of saying I didn't win. But that's okay, I made it quite far anyway which is really cool. Here's the screenshot from, I wanted to save it as a memorabilia. As you can see mines to the far right and not to blow my own whistle too much (just the appropriate amount) I think my design was/is better the winner's one...

I linked it too, but alas I don't know how long it will be there...

EDIT: As requested by beije, here's the entry I sent in, he pointed out nicely that you can barely see the design in the "tiny" screenshot.

Thursday, 24 September 2009

So far so good.

Tried napping at 17.00 for 30 minutes, it really didn't feel like I fell asleep but for some reason I felt way more energized afterward than I had felt before the nap. I was a bit groggy for like 30 minutes after I "woke" up, but nothing out of the ordinary. So I decided to try to make some chili bread. I just took them out of the oven and now the apartment smells delicious.

It'll be interesting to see what tomorrow is like, seeing as I haven't tried sleeping for only 4,5 hours yet, last I slept about 6,5 as a form of easing into it. Might have to adjust the night one still, even though it would be nice to manage on 5 hours/24 hours.

I'm going to go enjoy some bread now.

[day 1] Experimenting with Polyphasic sleep

Or well to get really technical it's more accurately biphasic sleep. I have decided to try to sleep less, but more effectively. Not to go into too many details right now, simply because I don't feel like it I have decided to try to sleep differently. My starting point will be 4 and a half hours of sleep at night and a 30 min at day. Yes, I'm also thinking this might be too little, but I will have to adjust it as I see how thing pan out. Seeing as this is the first day I suspect things might not work exactly as I've planned but I'll just have to wait and see. With biphasic sleeping I could get around 4 extra hours to be creative and do things that I feel I do not have time to do otherwise.

The reason I decided to opt for the biphasic model is that I have a son of ~1 years old and a wonderfully understanding "wife" and I do so enjoy spending time with them (her) so I figured the Uberman model (sleeping 20 min every 4 hours) wasn't for me. Albeit tempting to get much more time to be creative, it's simply wouldn't be desirable with all my other life-goals.

Let's see how it goes.

Sunday, 13 September 2009

And here's what my tattoo now looks like. I didn't feel like posting a picture of it right away, I mean who really wants to see a tattoo that red and swollen... This is what it looks like right now, which is about a week and a half since I had it made. It's not completely healed yet and the club -part looks a bit off in this picture but I am personally very pleased with it.

Many thanks to Kodi who came to my home to do the tattoo. And good luck in Canada!

That's all for now... now fuck off.

Saturday, 12 September 2009

The Hangover...

... no not the movie actually.. I have seen it, but I didn't find it that amusing, or well technically I did find it moderately amusing, it's just not a movie I would see more than once. Yeah a lot of people say they really really liked it, sadly most people are also idiots.

My point with this title is more in style of I had a hangover this morning and for most of the day. Fortunately for me, I have not only inherited my fathers proneness for alcohol, I've also gotten my mothers tendency for hangovers of epic proportions. No I'm not joking, you should see me hungover it's not a pretty sight.

Thankfully I have recovered from most of yesterdays alcohol related debauchery. I say most because I will most likely last until I awaken for another day before all of it has passed.

On a side note, or well two actually... I have come to the realization that I have a very (to me interesting) mix of American and British English, and to top it all of I have Archaic tendencies. This is actually not related to the fact that my English is technically not my mother tongue, but it's actually because I like sticking in a few Shakespeare-ian words here and there.

Review of Batman: Arkham Asylum

Second side note; I have finished story mode in Batman: Arkham Asylum, I still have some challenges to do before I am completely done. This is a very good game, albeit with some minor flaws. Personally I felt the camera was a bit too close to Batman, although this was easily rectified by crouching which made the camera zoom out a little. It was still annoying though.


4.5 out of 5. This is the only game to ever challenge Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay when it comes to games based of fictional characters with associations to movies. Albeit the reason both of these games are good is because they have no movie tie-in.

Friday, 4 September 2009

All's fair in love, war and queuing ...

Well it is done. I've gotten my third tattoo. I'll try to post a picture soon (Yeah right, that's what you said about the ball-cupping-mammoth picture too). Honestly.. I'm going to try.. but for now I suppose you'll have to settle with this image I created using Adobe® Photoshop® *, albeit the tattoo is slightly altered in it's actual form I feel that this image captures the essence of the tattoo nicely.

* Originally written as "Photoshop mock up". But after reading Adobe Systems Incorporated Permissions and Trademark Guidelines, section 4 to be specific, I decided to alter the text to accurately reflect the guidelines set by Adobe®.

Some people can sure be anal about their registered trademarks. Not pointing any fingers though.

... or am I?

title? Huh? Oh, you mean the point of the title. Well here's a funny story. Well not so much funny as true, and not really funny at all. I'm just quoting myself, because I like doing it. End of story.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Waiting for inspiration...

Awesome! For years I have thought that inspiration comes to you when you least expect it. Then I read somewhere, by someone I can't seem to recall at the moment...

...busy googling.

"Amateurs look for inspiration; the rest of us just get up and go to work."
Chuck Close

There we go, that was a lot easier than I thought it would be. Anyways, that quote got me thinking a while back ago that maybe, just maybe, and bear with me now as this might get difficult.

Inspiration isn't something you wait for, unless you don't mind waiting a long 'effin time.

So after that epiphany I decided to work out methods to be creative, when I wanted to be creative. This is something that is especially necessary when one (me) has a child. So here I am, a couple of years later (I actually don't remember when I read that quote) and now I have finally figured out methods that work for me, whenever I feel like being creative. Awesome!

Which brings me "kinda" back to where I started. I am right now writing a new song, I have the chorus penned down and need to connect the dots in the verses. Or more importantly right now, I need to come up with a chord structure that works in the verse, the one I have right now feels.. well it feels a bit "blah". And I will not have "blah" for a verse. On the bright side, the lyrics for the chorus are just awesome, metaphorical and tragic at the same time.

Hype-machine anyone?

But I try not to. You'll just have to hear it when it's done.

Until then, in honour of Chuck Close I will just post an image of one of his paintings. This is one his paintings, called quite simply "Mark". And before you ask, I have no idea who those two people watching the painting are, I just googled this image.

Saturday, 29 August 2009

One of the worst video games in the world

Yes I've resumed playing The Simpsons Game on Xbox 360. And I still don't like it, the camera system suck Japanese penis! But what can you do when you're and achievement whore like me, I faced with a couple of hours of sucking it up and just playing through the damn thing.

Yes, I was playing Assassin's Creed earlier and I'm still not done with that game, but when the last flag in Damascus glitched out on me, I thought to myself "fuck it!". And I decided to take a break from AC. But I'm very hopeful for Assassin's Creed II, it looks to be way better than the first one, and I did/do still like the first one. Over n' out, I'm going to continue with Simpsons now.

Friday, 28 August 2009

To pensée or not to pensée..

Nah, I'm just joking I already know that I'm definitely one who likes to pensée.
My excuse for this rather pointless post/title is that I just wanted a reason to upload a picture of this pansy that bambina found on the roadside whilst walking from town.

On another note, I just finished designing my third tattoo, it's gonna be a small and "kinda" discrete one, but nice nonetheless. I won't post a picture of the design though because I always want my tattoos to be unique in both the sense that no one else hopefully has them, and also they need to mean something. My two earlier tattoos both have a very strong symbolic meaning. And I'm continuing on that path. It'll be interesting to see what the tattoo for my arm (possible 4th tattoo) will look like, as I only have a general concept idea so far, but no clue as to what it will look like. Well time will tell I suppose.

I'll post a picture of my third tattoo when it's done though. So then all my million readers (read; two) can see it. I also thought I would post the lyrics to Most Lesbians maybe tomorrow, just for the fuck of it. I feel it could be a good getting-drunk-sing-a-long-kinda song, but for that people would have to know the lyrics.

Until then you'll have to settle the previously mentioned picture of the pansy bambina picked for me. Lack of focus indented.

Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Part III & IV, "Into The Night" and "Made of Glass"


Both of these are dedicated to the one girl who throughout many endeavours has supported my crazy ideas (I have like 3+ a day at least) and always been the only person who understands me in a way that I don't even sometimes understand. I love you more than you can probably imagine and...

Je t'aimerai toujours, quoi...

So here goes, Part III and IV.

Part III, Interlude...

No, I didn't name a song interlude... this is something you would know if you had read my earlier posts. I just feel the strong need to express my disappointment with youtube's uploader. After 3 hours of uploading the next part of performance, it just decide to give me a random "some unknown error occurred...". So now I'm annoyed. And also decided to try to shrink it down before I try the next time, as I'm the first to admit that the file sizes are ridiculously huge for a couple of minutes of singing, but then again that's what you get for trying to maintain quality. We'll see how that works out. So here's something randomly funny while we wait..

Courtesy of Zach Weiner at

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Part II, Most Lesbians

Enjoy part II!

Part I, Leap of Faith now finally on youtube, it only took me like 5 hours to get there.. well I guess that's what you get when you try to upload a 1.17 Gb live video. Even though it's only 4 minutes 42 seconds long.

I'm already uploading the next one, and as it's only 465 Mb so it should be available in about an hour and a half.


I just had to

Tagged at 1944 views when I found it. I can for the life of me not imagine why, remember that this is two years before the release of their Appetite for Destruction, and it wasn't until Use Your Illusion I (1991) came out that this song was even featured on their album.

Performing and having a cold. (Part II, the Videos)

*drum roll*

I finally managed to capture the video of my Night of the Arts performance. I cut it up into tiny little pieces (one song being 1.17 Gb). I'm in the middle I'm making sure they end up on youtube as we speak, kinda. I'm not actually doing anything about it right now as the upload speed I have available right now is 512 Kb so I'm going to wait until I get home, where I have a whopping 832 or something like that. At least it should be a little faster, but I don't forsee getting all of the videos online today, maybe two (50%) of them if I'm lucky. Like luck would have anything to do with it.

But until I've gotten them uploaded I thought I would write down the set list. So here it goes, this it what you have to look forward to (trust me... you trust me right? Well you should because it's awesome).

  • Part I, Leap of Faith, by Carlos (Original Song)
  • Part II, Most Lesbians, by Carlos (Original Song)
  • Part III, Into The Night, by Carlos (The Motorhomes Cover)
  • Part IV, Made of Glass, by Carlos (Original Song)

Accompanying me wonderfully with a 12-string and 6-string guitar is BG.

BG is an excellent guitarist, which he proves nicely keeping up with my slightly odd rhythms sometimes, especially considering that one of the songs were written 3 hours before the performance.
I, on the other hand was still recovering from a cold. But enough excuses!

Yes the videos are dark, the audio is filled with background noises from the audience as well as being muddy at times. But it's still awesome, and that's all that counts. :)

Monday, 24 August 2009

Broken promises and 15 seconds of shame...

Well technically it's more like 3 minutes and 57 seconds of shame. But that pretty much depends on weather you listen to the whole thing or not. So yeah, I'm going to claim 15 seconds of shame for now. A long time ago I promised myself I would never ever upload anything featuring myself on I just broke that promise. Then again, I was probably going to do that anyway at some point. I mean I still "kinda" had plans to upload my performance during "Night of the Arts", but alas it's taking longer than I expected at the moment. Fear not dear readers though, a promise is a promise. And I try to keep my promises, except the earlier mentioned youtube one of course.

I wanted to dedicate this to very dear friend of mine who is away in Scotland at the moment, and might or might not be homesick. If he isn't homesick, well f**k him in that case. But if he is, then here you go Janne, enjoy my 15 seconds of shame. See you when you get back!

Personally I feel this performance is not one of my best, but bare with me as this was/is one of those "in the heat of the moment" -kinda things. I'm still planning to upload my whole 4 song performance (crowd goes wild... not) as soon as I am able to aquire it.

Enjoy... or don't.

Oooh, I can feel the embarrassment creeping up already. It's kinda nice.

Don't worry bambina, your's will magically appear soon too.

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Achievement Whore

I confess, I'm an Achievement Whore. Whatever game I might be playing, if it has achievements I stuck forever trying to make sure I get them all. This goes from Xbox 360 games to Farmville on Facebook, yeah you know what I'm talking about.

Anyone else out there who can relate?

Anyways. I bought Fable II Pub Games some time ago, probably like almost a year ago but not quite, I know this because I had purchased Fable II, before I actually bought Pub Games. Anyway, when and how I bought it is besides the point. The point is that this game has ridiculously difficult achievements to get. Not all of them, but some.

Take for instance "I Want It All", pictured below.

"Earn all 15 unique items"

The requirements for this one doesn't really sound that difficult, and in itself it isn't. However, when you factor in that there are 5 tournaments per game type (3) you have to win in (getting within the top five seems to be enough) to unlock an item. You can pretty much calculate that 15 "wins" equals 15 items, and then your set.

Enter the dreaded "Spinnerbox" game. This is purely based on luck, and nothing else. If you google it, and look in forums where people have discussed various strategies for this game. Don't believe a word they say. It's all about luck, and there is not a bleeding cows anus in hell that you can affect the outcome. You wanna win 5 tournaments of this annoying piece of shit game? Then get prepared for some button-mashing, because that is the only thing that you can do. And be prepared to do a lot of it.

I honestly hate this game. I really do.

From one thing to another though, or well... not actually another thing, more like a continuum of where things have been so far. I am also enjoying Assassin's Creed at the moment. Yeah I bought this like some years ago too, but I just got stuck at a certain point in the game and couldn't muster myself to get past it. Until I picked the game up again that is. Now I'm busy busy busy as a bee trying to find all the 'effin flags in this 'effin game. Don't get me wrong, I like this game. The cheer pleasure of jumping from rooftop to rooftop only to drop down on an unsuspecting target, stab him in the throat and then be gone so quickly that no one has any time to react. It's a thrill.

But hunting for flags for no other reason than to get an achievement, you're lucky I'm such a whore for achievements.

I'll leave you with this wonderfully juvenile rhyme I just made up.

Runny runny
Jumpy jumpy
Stabby stabby
Likey likey.

Endy endy.

Thursday, 20 August 2009

Fucking with blue teeth

My bluetooth is not working and therefore I am unable to upload the picture of me cupping the balls of a prehistoric mammoth.. Yes it's random, don't ask. But as long as my bluetooth dongle keeps acting up and almost installing all the drivers needed you'll just have to make do with this instead. It's safe to bet that it's equally random as the picture of me would've been. If I do manage to get the bluetooth working I'll be sure to upload the picture.

Speaking of that, yesterday I tried to get a hold of the live video of my performance. Had to install Premier and whatnot, so it's probably going to take until next week before I am able to upload them. It's 3 original songs and a cover of The Motorhomes - Into The Night. Clicky clicky if you wanna see the original version on

But enough about that for now, here's the substitute for the lack of mammoth pictures.

I present you with Charlie the Unicorn, a bizarre creation from the wonderfully random mind of TypeQueen

Monday, 17 August 2009

Progress, it's like going forward without moving...

Progress, it's like going forward without moving... yes thou may quote-eth me-eth.. :)

Anyway, despite the storm currently roaring around, there are some possibly good or potentially awesome news as well. And for reasons I won't go into I'll just go with the good stuff this time.

Today I have been interviewed on live radio. Enjoy the link, or well don't depending on your mood..

Today I also managed to get myself and interview for our local newspaper Vasabladet, so look forward to an article about my board game in the not so distant future..

Continued the last paragraph I also managed to contact a major international board games publisher, they actually seems interested by my prototype and here's hoping it will turn into something more. Of course the odds are quite against me as they have apparently in the last 4 years only accepted 2 board games from outside developers. But one can always hope for the best and prepare for a "thank you, but no thank you." If nothing else I am going to make damn sure I get some feedback to improve from. Feedback is always a good thing, unless of course you get booed of stage by people screaming that you suck. That sort of feedback might not be so good.

But I've begun to work on a presentational package I can send, so besides that, here's doing the only other thing I can do. Hope.

Regression, it's like going backwards without moving. And no, thou may-eth not quote-eth me-eth.. :P

Saturday, 15 August 2009

As the red leaves slowly die

... don't get me wrong (or do, it's not like I can stop you) I like autumn, I really do but at the same time it's a very depressing season for me because I really really hate winter. Besides the occasional Christmas that isn't a total rip-off there is nothing nice about winter...

No wait, I just remembered one thing I do like about winter. -25 degrees Celsius outside, large fluffy snowflakes dancing down down on the streets lit with dim street lights. And being able to sit inside with Love Actually (yes I like that movie so sue me... on the other hand, please don't sue me), a nice clean-smelling blanket and a warm cup of coffee or coco.

Okay, so maybe winter isn't all that bad, but there's still seasons I prefer more.

But from one thing to another, my board game is shaping up nicer and nicer. Yesterday I began using a potential exterior test group. Many thanks to Nonne at Indigo, Folkhälsan for letting me have my board game at their youth café, I'm very curious to see how it pans out, especially wether the rules are comprensable or not. I've never writted board game rules before and when I began it dawned on the that it is much for difficult than I at first anticipated. Well actually I have written rules once before, but that was for a Senet replica I made, and that was easier as I just used rules suggested by Timothy Kendall and R.C. Bell and mixed into something I thought was a nice mix of both of their suggestions. Here's by the way a few promotional photos I took of my replica.

I have the rules somewhere as a .pdf file but alas I am unable to find the at the moment so you'll just have to make do with these photos. But I think that's all for now. Enjoy!

Thursday, 13 August 2009

Random undead cowboy

Let's call him Jack.. I have tendency to name things Jack, ask some of my friends and they'll agree with me. Anyway, I don't really feel like posting a really long explanation or anything, this is just a random experiment I did in Photoshop, trying out the Wacom Graphire4 XL that I purchased years ago and to this day haven't used nearly as much as I thought I would.. but mark my words.. one day I will.. The original is about 2560 x 2560 pixels large @ 300 dpi, this is of course the tiny-I-shrank-it-for-web-use-sized one.. Feel free to click it for a larger version (i.e. larger than what your watching right now..)


Sunday, 9 August 2009

Things to do whilst I'm still alive

Things to do whilst I'm still alive, the revised list.. or something of similar nature. I already had a list before, don't really remember where but it's gone now so I am making a revision.

This new revision will be an unnumbered list, I didn't quite like the fact that numbering the list made it feel like there was a set of priorities..

  • Write & publish a book (first chapter kinda done, the rest of the story is in my head)
  • Write & record an album ( ~4 songs done, that I feel quite content with)
  • Build a relationship with my father (managed to try a little, then he died)
  • Make, but not necessarily star in a porn movie (new to the list, feels like a fun idea)
  • Have a threesome (devil's threesome doesn't count)
  • Paint a nude portait (I suck at portraits so this would be a challenge)
  • Master two new languages (Already know three, so none of those count towards this)

This list will grow as I remember more of the things I had on there earlier. But this is all for now...

Thursday, 6 August 2009

Performing and having a cold.

Performing and having a cold really don't mix well... or do they? The reception for my performance seemed quite nice considering I'm suffering from a cold.. or the flu. I really can't be quite certain yet, but I'm guessing it's a cold mainly because it's passing quite quickly... then again, I don't actually know if colds do that. Anyway, enough about my runny nose.

But stepping away from sore throats and runny noses back to this years Night of the Arts (Konstens Natt/Taiteiden Yö). Dare I say that this year feels and for all accounts felt like the best one so far, from the mood in the morning when everyone was preparing for the evening and chipping in where needed, to the night itself when all chaos broke loose every now and then... but in a good way. One word describes this night.


Will upload pictures when and if I get any. Don't hold your breath though I might just as well forget it too. :)

Lady of the lake, yes I'm looking at you! You missed one hell of a performance, not just from me, but from two other very talented girls (who's names I would gladly publish right here, but I won't as I haven't asked them). I guess you'll just have to by the DVD instead... :)

I'll leave you with these parting words, yes I'm quoting myself but that's irrelevant.
"If I can't fix it, it ain't broken"

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Project: Board Game (status update)

I'm going to pretend that I've had a number of earlier posts about the board game I'm making. I haven't so don't look for them, but for the sake of this post let's pretend I have.. I am happy to announce that my board game is getting closer to the open group testing now. Meaning anyone is welcomed to try it. Still adjusting the prototype and whatnot, or should I say prototype-s, as I am currently trying to make it so that I have many prototypes (two) for testing. And the translated cards need to be tweaked some for, before I can produce another batch of them. But so far so good.

The above picture by the way, is a concept image, not an actual photo, but yeah, it does look like that. And it's awesomely fun to play!

Monday, 27 July 2009

I blog, therefore I am.. bored.

I blog, therefore I am.. bored. Wise words a very wise man once said....

...okay, so I just made it up, but it's better to say something irrelevant than not to say anything at all. Or was it the other way around? On a more positive side note, the preparations for "Konstens natt" are going quite nicely. Today, it's official that I will be dressed as a turn of the century bohemian writer. (imagine Moulin Rouge if that helps) Let's just hope I won't scare the children, or my own child for that matter.

That reminds me, in true blogging about birth and death and all the shit in between, I can proudly say that my son is now 1 years old. Technically he's over a year already as his birthday was a little over a week ago, but that's not going to stop me announcing it to the world. Speaking of him, I have to get going now as he's sleeping right next to me and I don't want to wake him.

Cheers & fuck off...

Friday, 24 July 2009

Creative diarrhea

Yes, it feels like I'm "suffering" from creative diarrhea right now.. I use the word suffering lightly since it's quite difficult to complain... "Oh no, I'm feeling so inspired right now, poor me...". You get the gist.. In other words, no I'm not suffering at all actually.. albeit I'm slightly annoyed at the fact that it's proving to be more difficult to finish a song I've started writing, because new songs keep poppin' up.

I also modified my Ibanez with nylon strings. That was very exciting to try, as the AW is an elecoustic model and isn't designed to maintain the tension of nylon strings, and the bridge was a bit of a bitch to get good, I might have to have a professional take a look at it, so the neck doesn't snap or something when I start playing it more often.

Also, make sure you check out Föregångarna on Konstens natt (6.8.2009) If you happen to be geographically close to Vaasa, Finland that is.. I'm going to be there with my dolls and some other surprises I have stored up on..

EDIT: Here's a link to Föregångarnas actual website as well, maybe that makes a bit more sense than just linking to their location.

Friday, 29 May 2009

More Glorious Shots Of Dolls

Different angle of the elf doll known as Valandil Singollo (yeah, that's what I named him but I'm not telling as to why I did..)

Actually the first doll I tried creating, it's just a zombie clown as they have a tendency to follow me around in different shapes, colours and sizes be it on canvas, as an embroidery or in this case as a doll.

Sgt. Jack Daemon, underworlds latest addition to douche bags, or something..

Enjoy and. And yes, they are for sale.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Something to blog about

Turns out some of my creations have made it to the almighty internet (link). And it's a good thing too seeing as my own website is in a bit of a flux at the moment, flux in this case meaning "layout done, almost no content yet". And has been so for months, yeah to be honest I just got bored with the layout and started working on something new instead, toying around with some liquid css this time around. I will have to see how it shapes itself later on, and maybe it'll become the new home of Fiinix Design - Volume 3. Though as a friend so nicely pointed out to me, technically it's version 52 or something.

But back to the matter at hand, as I was saying, turns out my creations made it to be the internet, before I even had a chance to display them myself. So to rectify this, here's one photo of Valandil Singollo (the elf doll) that I took for my portfolio. I'll probably post more pictures when I get the the chance, and finish the all the dolls.

The goblin shaman is yet to be completed, I just had it in the exhibition (Ihanko pihalla) to display parts of the work process, albeit a very late stage of the work process.

Yes, they're awesome and yes, they are for sale.

Forgot to link to the site where the dolls where, corrected it now...

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Rest Assured Erection (Resurrection)

Edited, because I was experimenting and fucked up.