STÖMOL, what a journey it was!


When Huck asked me to pose for a ‘short video clip he had in mind’, in February 2019, we could never have imagined it would turn out in a full feature-length movie complete with a private premiere, an interview in Second Life’s Live Talk-show ‘Lab Gab’ with Strawberry Linden, and interview in Eclipse Magazine ánd…

Voice-acting in a Second Life movie


When talking to Strawberry Linden in last week’s Lab Gab one of the questions was about the voice acting in STÖMOL and if we hired actors for that. The past year, when I told friends about what we were doing, this question also came up a few times ‘how do you film speech?’ Well, we…

STÖMOL release date: 23 July 2020


Originally posted on What the Huck?:
After a long haul that began in February 2019, I’m finally ready to announce a release date for STÖMOL, my feature-length science fiction machinima: 23 July 2020. Stay tuned for further details of the premiere plus a number of events in the days leading up to it. In the…

Stömol backstage, more behind the scenes!


If you follow me, or Stömol movie director Huckleberry Hax, on social media you may have seen the reveal of the official movie poster as well as a new preview video-clip aired on NewWorldNotes earlier this week! Yes, the premiere is coming close – if all goes well and to plan, the release will take…

Stömol: Official trailer released


Originally posted on What the Huck?:
The official trailer for Stömol got its debut on New World Notes this week. Long-term SL commentator and author, Wagner James Au, described the movie there as “among the most ambitious Second Life-related projects I’ve seen in years.” If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out below or…

‘Like no one is watching’


This weeks challenge by Strawberry Singh is all about my favourite pastime in Second Life: dancing! I love to dance in Second Life. Well in real life too, but I am afraid my moves aren’t that smooth in the real world. Never kept me from dancing anyway, though it is best kept private.

Rebeca Bashly’s Chronophobia


It has been a while since I tried to produce an SL machinima, but yesterday I felt in the mood and wanted to do a blogpost with a video. And what better topic than Rebeca Bashly’s art installation on Split Screen, ‘Chronophobia’. I always love Rebeca’s work and this piece is no exception, though it…