Norsak

Dusting off the ol’ tumblr with a fun project I just threw together: time mapping.

Video a few friends and I made in high school for a youtube competition. It has a little over 120,000 views right now.

We lost the competition, by the way. First place was a lip dub of some “Hello Goodbye” song.

This is a picture of my illustration final. I got a C+because the  the shading was too dark. For the record, the camera in the picture is black.

This is a picture of my illustration final. I got a C+because the  the shading was too dark. For the record, the camera in the picture is black.

I initially uploaded an older version of my song “Awareness” (a more current version is at my purevolume.com/norsak), but then I heard this gem and posted it instead.

This was the first draft of the song “Dig” from my album “Synchonation.” I wasn’t a big fan of the ring-y synth in this one, so I cut it down and changed some of the drums. I really like the different sound.

In Illustration class, we had an assignment to implement negative space into a drawing. All I could think was “Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman.”
Edit: Crop. Note to self: Don’t forget to crop.

In Illustration class, we had an assignment to implement negative space into a drawing. All I could think was “Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman.”

Edit: Crop. Note to self: Don’t forget to crop.

Nothing new today. Working on stuff, though.

"Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everybody I’ve ever known."
- Chuck Palahniuk

Once upon a time, my phone microphone stopped working. For a quick fix, I plugged a dynamic microphone (stage mic) into a XLR -> 1/4” adaptor, into a 1/4” -> 1/8” adaptor, into a 1/8” -> 1/16” adaptor, into my phone. Then I could hear out of the microphone.

Once upon a time, my phone microphone stopped working. For a quick fix, I plugged a dynamic microphone (stage mic) into a XLR -> 1/4” adaptor, into a 1/4” -> 1/8” adaptor, into a 1/8” -> 1/16” adaptor, into my phone. Then I could hear out of the microphone.

This is my first attempt at composite photography using Photoshop (CS5.) In retrospect, it would’ve been a lot better with more space and some ambient light.

This is my first attempt at composite photography using Photoshop (CS5.) In retrospect, it would’ve been a lot better with more space and some ambient light.

I made this short animation in Toon Boom. I had a ton of fun figuring out how 2d animation works. Who knows, I might just make a web series…