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My first try at Ice sculpturing. It was incredible, so much fun! You have a huge knife-like thing, and you cut trough the ice like butter! It´s really hard to get a good picture of the resault though...

Ice sculpture

Ice sculpture

Ice sculpture

Snow is a great material for doing sculptures! Here I am at Collins Crest, the most famous stage in WRC - Rally Sweden. We spent a long time waiting for the cars, so I had time to amuse my self a bit.

Rally Sweden sculpture

Rally Sweden sculpture

Rally Sweden sculpture

Rally Sweden sculpture

This is a portrait of a classmate of mine. It´s full scale and made first in clay, then we made a mold cast out of plaster. Then pored liquid plaster in it to make the final product.

A sort of abstrakt head, made in plaster.

A little mini portrait of a friend of mine

Painted the face, next step will be the hair.

The finished sculpture, with hair, hat and flower.

This is the beginning of one of the mig cactuses I made for a christmas show, set in the dessert.

Cacti parts in the making

getting the pins on

Me with my Cacti babies

Detail of a flower bud

All the cactuses in their tires.

Björn Novén, the storyteller amongst the cacti in "Jul hos Sanna-Maria"

Sanna-Maria and Annika Ljungberg amongst my cactuses in the trailer for the show "jul hos Sanna-Maria"

I attended a 10 day workshop at Helsinglight FX Academy, where we learned to make silicon masks. First we had to sculpt the original in chavant clay

I attended a 10 day workshop at Helsinglight FX Academy, where we learned to make silicon masks. First we had to sculpt the original in chavant clay

I attended a 10 day workshop at Helsinglight FX Academy, where we learned to make silicon masks. First we had to sculpt the original in chavant clay

I attended a 10 day workshop at Helsinglight FX Academy, where we learned to make silicon masks. First we had to sculpt the original in chavant clay

This is the silicon mask, just out of the mold before I cut it clean and put the paint on

Me and the silicon mask before I paint it

Here is the mask finished after hours of painting with silicone based colours and an airbrush!

Here is me wearing the mask at the photo shoot, wishing I was a part of the Startrek universe. I named the race I created "The Fern".

I continued working with the idea of the Fern race, making some smaller sculptures. They are resting at the moment, but I hope to finish them some day.

It´s quite small and tricky work

The little Fern head, a work in progress.

I sculpted a half mask for the goast in Hamlet as one of my first projects during my education.

The Hamlet mask

The Hamlet mask

Me wearing the Hamlet mask, tho it was made for a man with a bigger face then mine.

Sometimes, you just feel like sculpting the head of a vulture....

I sculpted a rainbow-glittering soft ice cream for a commercial for the local mall

Me and the glitter cream! Loved making this one!

This time the mission was to make a head of a dog, that would be trampled to death every show... poor little thing!

This time the mission was to make a head of a dog, that would be trampled to death every show... poor little thing!

Here is the finished dog, still alive....

I sculpted an amulet that would future in a short film. It was to be a magic amulet with a celtic feel to it.

I sculpted an amulet that would future in a short film. It was to be a magic amulet with a celtic feel to it. Here it is, golden with a magic green stone.

I sculpted a pasty for the show "De Fantastiska".

I sculpted a pasty for the show "De Fantastiska". I took a bite out of it to make it look authentic...

This pasty (piråg) was made for the show "De fantastiska". I sculpted it and made it in latex. Every show, it got filled with some red goo that would stick on to the butt of the actress who sat on it. plenty of fun was had!

I love making skulptures. 
Working in 3D adds so many extra challenges, it´s super fun!
And the amount of different materials you can work with adds yet another dimension to it all.
Sadly I cant find that many Photos of things I´ve made... Working on that!