A Few New Comics

I've been going through my comic strips lately, and decided it was time to make a couple more. Just to kind of point out the direction I want to go with, to make it easier for myself and others to understand. Anyway, I've decided on keeping the colours pretty sparse, and to use them to…

Do you laugh?

I've made a few comics over the years, but they have all been made on one square sheet. That makes them quite straightforward, but also gives a lot of restrictions when it comes to elaborating the jokes. So I've cropped, copied and added some new slides to them, making them more into comic strips than…

Summer at Home

For a lot of norwegians, spending the summer at home means hiking in the mountains. Instagram- and Facebook-feeds are bursting with photos of people together on the peaks, enjoying the view and often something extra.In line with good weather, an increasing amount of people trudge up the trails, past the stocky cabin areas and up towards…

Waiting for the Right Moment

I have fun making these slack hills, putting some people and fences on top: This I imagine is an evening in late summer.A few guys sitting around in the hunting tower, waiting for the right moment. They might not be the most experienced hunters, though.As the target looks to be closer than they think...

Defying the Sea

After drawing an ocean made out of crystal-like objects, I wanted to do the same thing with a wave.Something grand and sparkly, to really catch the eye.This is how it ended up:  It may not be as grand as I imagined, but it sure is bright and sparkly.And that made it really fun to draw!So,…

No Hands

I've been drawing these "humans" for quite a while.The funny thing though, is that I've never really felt that they needed arms.  It's quite weird, because it certainly is a pretty important body part.And when I have added arms to them, they look very much like the legs.Not very delicate, but it does bring more…