The latest Direction & Design showreel showcasing the productions and visual effects by Lars Magnus Holmgren. This reel homes in on various directorial 'hats (Creative, VFX and Animation) as well as in-depth design involvement. Most productions Lars was the sole director and some he was co-director (such as productions where he was VFX & Animation director and there was another beauty director assigned). Please see his breakdown list available for details as to his involvement per production in relation to the reel edit.
For reels focusing on VFX, Animation General, Character Animation and FX Dynamics please refer to the other reels in his portfolio.
From the subterranean depths of the Frankenskippy Laboratory, delicious elixirs are brewed for you to imbibe. Note; This is only a very limited selection of films and spots. For an insight (as overview) into the broader span of Frankenskippy motion works, please refer to the show-reels section. For a full comprehensive showcase of Frankenskippy creative works, please refer to the Frankenskippy URL & Blog.
Lars AKA DrFrankenskippy has been involved in several performance, on-stage and broadcast geared ventures including involvement in R&R circuit (punk, alternative, experimental) bands, film festival theatrical presentations, multi-media events, performance art at venues, street geared performance (large and small scale) and appearance as DJ's at two radio stations.
Potions of the Sonic variety unleashed in low-fi, rough 'n' ready output. The songs represent old unrecorded tunes and covers via acoustic/unplugged raw appeal.
Lars Magnus Holmgren AKA Dr Frankenskippy
Looking for fast-fun during his wee teen years, Lars found appeal via DIY sub-cultural outlets such as skateboarding the local streets, home-made ramps and half-pipes with a background noise of the time being early sludge metal and punk rock 'hummmmm ahhh grrr huh' that became a break neck beat as he turned his focus from skating to fronting a Hardcore Punker band back in the early 80′s spawning several noisy anarchic assaults to the visceral senses. He was then involved in situationalist style performance art where sound was the driving force and beat behind the shows and he continues to weave sound into his creative film and motion works.