Saturday, December 22, 2007

Merry Christmas!

School is over, my finals went pretty well. I'll get my grades in January. I'm all packed and ready to go. I'll land in Iceland the 24th. Happy holidays everybody.

Merry Christmas.


Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The Cave

Heya guys! As promised, my perspective final, a mini-comic. The picture is only a preview. Click HERE to read it, or go on to > Gallery > Comics > The Cave. Enjoy.


Friday, December 7, 2007

Time is running out!

Finals is upon us! I have loads to do. I'm pretty excited about my perspective final though. I'm doing a 5-page mini comic, which is going to be awesome! Only couple more weeks before I fly back home to Iceland over the holidays!

I'm including my fish-eye lens perspective drawing (with progress shots) and my reflection in perspective drawing. So many perspectives! Where does it end?

Stay tuned for my sweet comic and other projects on the way!


Monday, December 3, 2007

More Life Drawings

More life drawing from anatomy class. These are all pretty long poses, 3-5 hours...The One in the middle is a Henry Yan copy.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The Whisperer (1/2)

Last summer I was commissioned to do couple of conceptual illustrations for director Ragnar Bragason for his newest movie The Whisperer. I am finally able to show them now.

I wasn't very good with painting in photoshop at the time, so I had to learn fast. I definitely learned a lot in the process. I used a lot of photo references to look at and all the skills I've got. I pretty happy with how most of them turned out, although I would have wanted some more time on some. Anyways, here they are finally. Enjoy.

The Whisperer (2/2)

Wednesday, November 21, 2007


Waterfall! 3-point perspective. :)

Happy Thanksgiving!

PS. Oh, and I did a new layout for, was kind of sick of the other one, go check it out!

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Getting colder

Á la la c'est froid. It's getting a little bit colder here in San Francisco, but nothing a hardcore icelandic viking can handle.

I spend saturday and sunday this weekend in Monterey acting in my friends short film. It was pretty fun, although we spent pretty long hours shooting (didn't stop filming until 3 am on satuday night). I hope it turns out good.

Thanksgiving is coming up and I have couple of days off next week. Everybody goes home to their families and eat turkey and remember some pilgrims. Too bad I have none of those here. I could always buy some icecream. I like icecream.

Just a couple of quick sketches for today, about 30 minutes each done with a 2B mechanical pencil.

Take care people,


Wednesday, November 14, 2007

More Perspective

Alright gang! I got sick over the weekend but I'm getting better now. Had a cold and sore throat. Now I'm back and kickin'! I'm posting my 2-point-vertical perspective homework which I finished yesterday at 4am. Had little sleep over that crazy drawing. But I'm glad it turned out kick-ass! Feast your eyes! Later.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007


1. Sketch

2. Clean it up. I traced it on a new semi-transparent paper

3. Quick small thumbs, done with markers, trying to figure out how I want the lighting and mood. You can tell I picked the bottom far right one.

4. Ruin it in Photoshop. I kind of changed the whole "in the ocean" feel into "we're in space and it's weird" feel. Bah, who cares, it's my drawing!

Saturday, November 3, 2007


On November 4th, 23 years ago I was born. Happy birthday to me :)

Friday, November 2, 2007


A rare glimpse into my personal sketchbook, a lot of it is just scribble...

Saturday, October 27, 2007


Meet dinosaur-bob! A class assignment. I rarely do such extreme cartoony stuff, but it's fun though. Done in photoshop.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

In the alley

1 point perspective. pen + markers + photoshop.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Friday, October 19, 2007


So I got my hands on the infamous program "Painter". For those who don't know, you can paint and draw with almost every medium known, reproducing the hands-on experience with a computer. Everything from charcoal to oils. Pretty neat. Here's a quick one I did with Oils. It's an old guy playing the harmonica.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Skull and hands

More Anatomy homeworks. A pencil drawing of a skull, and some hand studies. Yay!

Monday, October 15, 2007

Mister E.

So I watched Tekkon Kinkreet the other day and it was pretty amazing. I highly recommend it for everyone. Great story and visually stunning.

Pretty busy with homework. But it's all good.

Pixar came to our school and held this presentation about them and talked about their internships and job applications and portfolio submissions and whatnot. Pretty cool. I'd love to work for them. They have like millions of different cereals to choose from in their kitchen. MILLIONS!

I need to do my laundry soon.

No art this time, more next time.

Stay classy

Monday, October 8, 2007

Midterms already?!

So next week the midterm starts. Tests and assignment overload. But I manage. It's still summer here in SF, the weather is awesome. School is going good so far, I've included an atmospheric perspective homework assignment, it was done with a 6B graphite pencil and a kneaded eraser. Don't you feel the depth? Feeeeeel it! Anyhow, Tell me some news from back home you icelanders, and if you're not an icelander, tell me some news anyways!

And by the way, I've made an awesome menu bar and changed the layout a little bit back at so go check it out!


Thursday, October 4, 2007

More Sketchorino

Hello gang. So much homework and stuff. Here are some sketches from class.. Yeaaaaah.

Sunday, September 30, 2007


Anatomy homework...

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Choo Choo

Here's my first homework for my Perspective class. It's an isometric design, meaning there is no vanishing point, everything is symmetrical, like these older role playing games. The first one is the inked line drawing, second is sun-lit, and the third with a light source. Enjoy.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Charcoal Studies

Some quick studies of the back and torso, done in charcoal. The first ones are 5 minutes sketches, then 20 mins, then 40 mins, then again 20 mins. Gotta get down that back action.