Søren Berg Pedersen

Søren Berg Pedersen

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First Name * Søren
Last Name * Berg Pedersen
Username * Daxtor
Country * Denmark
City Odense
Nationality Dane
Languages DanishEnglishGerman

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Contact

Availability: Freelance
Website www.imaginem.dk

About

Alright, let me tell you a bit about myself.

I have always had a knack and desire to express myself creatively. Building, sculpting, hammering, drawing and clicking, I have always had some sort of project going on. This has still not changed, except for the boundaries of the projects, always striving to make my next work better than the previous.

Since the age of three, I started my creative career by drawing. Crude, odd-looking shapes quickly evolved into recognizable Turtle characters. In the elementary school, doodles and cartoon parodies roamed my note books, as well as drawing females in the lunch breaks – occasionally being given to the girls in my class… ;) Unfortunately, my periods of drawing has come in waves, so I still have a long way to go, but I will be enjoying the trip.

After the elementary, I drifted around for a while in the education system. I started out searching for internship as a goldsmith, but by luck I dodged a bullet. The lack of internship made me stumble into something even more interesting; stumbling right into what has now become my deepest passion - creating 3D.

Still learning, but with a goal of becoming among the best in the business, I am focusing upon detailed modeling, as well as complete still images, where everything has been taken into consideration – colors, composition, mood, theme, symbols and etc. Favorite visual styles include the full blown realism, inspired by the gothic, victorian/steampunk or the dark and twisted. My sources of inspiration come from authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft, and directors like Tim Burton.

A big part of my time has been filled with games. My gaming days started with the 8-bit Nintendo, closely followed by a good reliable 486 pc, oh what happy days. The happy days are still alive (What? There is nothing wrong with a bit nostalgia!), but I play various newer games as well. enjoying the theatrical or strategical side of it.

So now you know a bit about me. Cheers, and thanks for reading!