Monday, April 9, 2007


apparently I have reached the limit of
images you can post in this blogging
so, if you are interested I continue with
my posts on -

you find the link on the right...

Thursday, April 5, 2007

too much...

as you might have noticed the slow disappearing
of my posted artwork in 2 steps over the last
3 days.
this is getting too much. I am afraid some morons
don't quite know what the hell they are doing.
so - my consequence - sorry, but I am not posting
anything anymore.
this blogging system was supposed to be kind of
a personal diary 'ersatz' in the very beginning, as
far as I remember. these google business guys
encouraged everybody to post their whole life
in words and pictures. of course for their profit,
the more people watch the stuff the more advertising
they can sell.
now, I am afraid, the system got a bit out of hand.
too many users, probably not enough problem
solvers at google, and maybe - who gives a damn.
that's the point where I leave the boat.
not the first time, - that's why I left countries

for the google idiots

Wednesday, April 4, 2007

alaska - changed!

sorry, I had to change this post. all the before
shown layouts of BALTO changed into questionmarks.
either the google guys had a problem with them or
it is a mysterious copyright issue. it would just be
too n i c e if someone would tell me before
editing my stuff, excuse me!!
usually, when you are looking for something you
are not successful. but during your searching you
find all different other things you even forgot that
you collected them many years ago.
like in this case some designs I did for BALTO.
in our early story the gold-dredge in nome was way more
important than in the final movie. I had to design a lot of
pretty complicated oldfashioned machinery.
nothing of that was used in the final movie.



now it is official -
the english version of my book
DREAMWORLDS - production design for animation
will be published by FOCAL press, oxford.
probably oct. 2007, hardcover, price $ 39.95 / EUR 33.95
I am very happy to be with this english publisher
because I grew up with all their animation publications
in the sixties and seventies.