I am a 3D generalist specializing in characters and design. On this site you can browse a portfolio of my work. I also program as a hobby, and have couple of tools to share. If you want to know what I can do for your project, send me an email at runesuperrune.com.
Visit www.storedyret.com - a creative discussion forum I started in 2000.
Latest blog entry:
A bunch of updates
Posted: 22. Dec 2014
It's been 20 years!
This year I'm marking 20 years as a professional 3D artist, starting with my Funcom job in 1994. Looking back, I've done a lot of stuff, but I still don't think I've done my best work - or even done something where I've really stretched my muscles. I'm looking forward to see what the next 20 years might bring.
My second feature film
Last time I updated this site, I was directing my first feature film. That film was released last year, got great critical reception, and was well visited in the cinemas here in Norway. It also won the award for best Norwegian children's feature last year. I am now directing my second feature film, about Knutsen and Ludvigsen, a project I have been working on for over 15 years. This project really is a dream come true.
The short film I am doing with Dave Cooper is also progressing well, and should be ready soon. Follow me on Twitter or Instagram to see previews from both films.
Super Simple Rig version 1.3
There is a new version of Super Simple Rig inside the tools section. This version adds support for extra limbs, skin saving and has a couple of fixes and GUI improvements. I've also written some pretty extensive documentation for the system, and there is more to come in the future.
Completely redesigned site
I had to re-do the site backend to accommodate the Super Simple Rig documentation, so I decided to also give the site a makeover on the design front. I hope you enjoy the more modern look. I've also updated the gallery with more projects, both old an new, take a look!
From all of me to all of you!
I have also remastered the TV2 nisse bumpers in HD. I improved some of the matte paintings and made tweaks to the overall look. Even though they're almost ten years old, they hold up surprisingly well. And with these bumpers, I wish you all a Merry Christmas!