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Here is a direct continuation to the previous medieval piece, this time in a more ambient-symphonic setting:
From the album Memory of the Rose (2005).
In 2003 I had a season of composing medieval and celt-inspired themes. Back then, I was inspired by Mark Seibert‘s electronic medieval soundtrack in Sierra‘s classic adventure computer game Conquests of Camelot: The Search for the Grail (1989) and Mike Oldfield‘s celt-nostalgic album Voyager (1996) that I highly recommend.
This is from a 2003 album Fallbringer in series called Medieval Paths. The song is #2 I Picked You a Rose from the Forest (2003).
Round-tummy Tommy the Troll (Pullea peikko in Finnish) is the main character in the adventures of Troll Land.
He likes to create origamis that come to life – for example they start to fly and fire away.
Unlike the Internet trolls, Tommy is a nice sympathetic fellow.
This is a scene from the upcoming (premiere estimate 2017) post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi film Soulweaver: Requiem for Earth. The black and white and red photograph Memory of Tomorrow (a.k.a. The Ruins of Our Past, the Ruins of Our Future, 2009) is by Jukka Eronen & Satu Eronen.
This is the aftermath – the sunny scene preceding in this same place cuts from a thousand years in the past.
The forests, ruins and mythological places in the world of Soulweaver are based on real locations in south of Finland – see the maps and go see the places for yourself.
Here is more about the film.
A series called Sepia.
Encounters in Spring.
Flapsticks and Wind of the Sand.
“Which was first, man or the egg?” | “Kumpi oli ensin, muna vai mies?”
Man or the Egg #1 – #3 (2012–13). Drawn with pencil and digitally colored.