Hi, I'm Anders Goberg. I'm a freelance Motion Graphic designer based in Oslo, Norway. On this website you'll find some of the work that I have done lately. If you have any cool projects brewing you shouldn't hessitate to get in touch with me onEmail orTwitter,
In 2008 I moved to Brisbane in Australia to start my bacelour degree in film production. The place kind of hooked me, and I stayed there for almost 8 (!) years. But now I have moved back to Norway, and this is how it looks like, insane!
I've learned, that in life, things seems to move in waves. What I mean by that is that I often get approched to do much similar kind of work at the time, so sometimes I might do a bunch of Cinema 4D stuff, other times it could be character animation in After Effects, but lately I've been doing a lot of web development and design. And I like it a lot. More info inside...
For the last couple of years I've been working with a great company called Ride Free in Brisbane, Australia. Each year we try to do a internal project called The Annual. It's a challenge to ourselves to create something new, fresh and different. The Annual has no brief so we can take it wherever we want, this year we took inspiration from our work environment and process and let our minds run wild.
I recently bought a car model on Turbosquid (a 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda to be spesific) to practice some lighting and texturing tecniques. I've been using Octane Render for Cinema 4D a lot lately, but haven't really used it on a proper model yet.
Late last year (2014) I decided to buy myself a new computer. At the time I only had a 2010 MacBook Pro and the work that I was doing was a bit too heavy for the little machine. The MacBook Pro had served me well, it was basically the machine that I used to learn both After Effects and Cinema 4D. Read more about my experiences with moving from Mac to PC inside...
Roskilde Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in Europe with more than 130,000 people attending for the 8 day long party. Its been going for 45 years, and it just gets better and better every year. This was my sixth time at the festival, and I'm pretty sure I will be going back next year. Check out the video I've made inside...
Trip with the boyzz! We hired a 4wd for the weekend and traveled up to Noosa where we took a tiny ferry across the Noosa River to the island. It is a really cool place to go camping because you can drive up and down the beach if you have a 4wd car. Really hot and great weather, but lots of beer helps cool you down. It was so hot in fact that some roads on the island melted in the sun. Straya!
Roskilde Festival in Denmark is really one of those special music festivals. The atmosphere is great, the people are awesome and the music is top-notch. In 2014 they had acts like Rolling Stones, Jack White, Outcast, Damon Alburn, Mogwai, Trentemoller, Arctic Monkeys, Kavinsky, Moderat and many many others. It was a great festival with great weather. Hopefully 2015 can be just as good.
Someone burned this massive greenhouse to the ground
Here is some hauting photos I took of a burned down greenhouse in Skien, Norway. Someone actually put this place on fire in an attempt to make some money from the insurrance claim. Luckily the autorities and police didn't belive the story and the person is now in jail for insurrance fraud.
A very simple but quite handy app that I've made for Android
Keyer is my second Android app aimed at filmmakers. This one is free and is quite handy when you have to do a shoot involving phones or tablets and have to comp in a different screen later in post-production. It doesn't look fancy and it doesn't have any fancy animations, but it does what it is built for quite well.
This app can help you calculate needed storage space
Wrangler is an app I've made for Android phones that can help filmmakers to calculate how much storage space is needed for a shoot when shooting with various cameras. I actually use this app quite a lot myself so it is definitely handy.