Here are a few samples of my non-digital work.
First up is a sculpture of Nosferatu in Werner Herzogs film from 1979. This sculpture depicts Isabelle Adjani and Klaus Kinski in the scene where the Count enters her bed chamber and all she sees are his shadow since vampires don't show up in mirrors. We, the spectator, are of course the mirror... This was sold as a model kit in 2001
Next is a design study as from the Swedish vampire slasher "Frostbiten". I worked briefly on this show and amongst other things I sculpted this bust of the main vampire, inspired by drawings made by Tommie Löfquist.
Graf Orlok was sculpted in 1998 based off of the original drawings by Albin Grau from the first Nosferatu movie from 1921. I wanted to make his sketches more fleshy and real, but still keep the quirkiness of the original drawing. This was available as a model kit for a few years and also made as an action figure for Mezco/Aztech Toyz in 2000
The Seventh Seal sculpture was based on the famous scene from Ingemar Bergman's classic film, where Death plays a game of Chess with a knight. Gambling for the life of the Knight and also his fellow travelers, this depicts the moment when the Knight looses his game, but knowing that Death just missed the small family who just managed to escape the Knight has a smug smile on his face... This was available as a model kit in 1996
The Moria Orc: A make up with suit I did for the Swedish grand opening of Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers and Return of the King.
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