1. I can be really slow in discovering obvious things sometimes.

     
  2. He makes lot’s of weird faces. Still, it’s great practice. Have a few more cat-themed comics up my sleve, but this will do for now.

     
  3. I didn’t understand a single word he said but I still got through the purchase just fine. Cool dude.

    Drew the first page on the train home from Stockholm. I’m surprised I actually managed it.

     
  4. Dropping by SIS/SPX in Stockholm this weekend? Then make sure to stop by and say hi at one of these tables. It seems the table I’m sharing with people from my university class in comics and the ones I’m sharing with my studio, Serieateljen i Göteborg, ended up right across from each other so you’ll find my comics on both of these tables. This year I don’t have much new to offer. I have a few copies of Silver Vein vol 1 left and I also have a few strips of Neurostorm appearing in my studios anthology (pics on the lower left and lower right, respectively). Anything else is just not ready yet.

    Anyway, see you there and hope you’ll have as much fun as I!

     
  5. Art by Ronald Betfjord, colours by me.

    It didn’t quite make it to SIS this year but soon, Ronald Betfjord and I are re-launching “Lake”. We weren’t confident with the series the way it was drawn and planned, so we decided to start from scratch. The first parts of chapter one will be familiar to those who read the first version but it will go down a different path after that.

    That said, hope you guys are still interested and will enjoy reading it this time as well. More news in a week or so.

     
  6. Keeping it in tune with last year’s SIS mascot fan art, this year I managed to postpone it until the same week (one day earlier though!). Just as last time, I drew & inked this in A3, then went on to color it in manga studio 5. This year’s mascot was created by Nina Hemmingsson and looks like this.

    The anatomy’s a bit off but all in all, I think this turned out ok :)

     
  7. I saw a really shitty horror-movie a few days ago (not going to name it) and got this idea from watching it. Drawing & inking this took a LOT longer than I thought it would. I’m kind of surprised I could keep it down to two pages as well. That first panel took a lot of drawing with a ruler and redrawing but it showed me that I actually can accomplish some decent perspective if I’m just patient enough (never am).

     
  8. Submissions for annalandin’s RPG week! It’s a little bit late but I’ve been busy.

    First up, I drew myself as a darker kind of Summoner (with corpse paint!). I think the design turned out well but as always, I don’t feel all that confident about the coloring. Ah well, it’s good to have it done anyway.

    Next up: My girlfriend Jenny drew herself as an Assassin and her cat, Buddha, as a “Fart Venom” peddling Merchant.

    Doing this was really fun. I hope I have time for it next year.

     
  9. I’ve been comic-ing this week. First some philosophical-ish stuff and then some style practice. Trying out other artist’s styles was both fun and enlightening. Of all the styles I think Tezuka, Miyazaki and Miura turned out really well. Then again, they are my main inspirations so it’s not that strange.

    Now then, if I can only get the rpgweek pic and some tones done this weekend I’ll be really happy.

     
  10. Did some thinking this weekend (rare)….and some drawing (even more rare). Mmm, tea.

    Used some photo reference for this. I miss doing that.