In this episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss: Theodor Kittelsen paintings, Anubis: Dog of Death, The Lonely Island, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
This is a video adaptation of my The Art of Theodor Kittelsen article.
The Norwegian artist Theodor Kittelsen is my favorite painter. During his career as an illustrator he defined the look of trolls, Norwegian folklore, and The Black Death in Norway. The video includes some of his best paintings, and explains what makes his art so great.
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Today is my 30th birthday! I’ve long had a plan of making a sort of autobiography composed of several blog posts on this site. This week, after writing a bunch of new posts, I finished that goal.
Would you be interested in writing guest posts for my blog?
I am looking for posts about something that you like from popular culture. A movie, or book, song, painting, TV-show, video game, etc.
These are some early pieces of concept art for Tor, the Norse god of thunder, as he appears in Anubis: Dog of Death.
These are some early pieces of concept art for Jesus as he appears in Anubis: Dog of Death.
‘Anubis: Dog of Death’ features many gods and religious figures from various faiths.
This is a work-in-progress GIF. It features the different stages John Barry Ballaran took in creating the artwork for the first page of part one of Anubis: Dog of Death.
In December of 2017, when my blog was just a few months young, I set up a Mailchimp email newsletter list.
Besides putting a link to a signup form in the header, I never marketed this.I never even linked to the signup form at the end of any of my articles.
This is a work-in-progress GIF. It features the different stages John Barry Ballaran took in creating the artwork for the front page of part one of Anubis: Dog of Death.
Let’s write some funny articles based on science fiction clickbait headlines! 😀
A few months ago, I wrote a post where I listed a few funny fantasy themed article titles I had made with a clickbait generator.
When I’m seeing red
And the world is a blur
Your presence reminds me
Of the things that are pure