Stockholm Doc Posted by Scott 04/02/08 Joaquim has made a short documentary detailing his trip to Stockholm for the ISO50 Workshop there this past January. Above are parts 1 & 2. Part 2 has some brief footage of the workshop itself. Thanks Joaquim! 19 Comments Leave A Comment 1 Simon Jakobsson says: April 2, 2008 at 3:09 am Great stuff! I agree, the workshop was really nice, I still regret that I didn’t stay for beers and mingling, but I kinda was in a hurry :) anyway, good job Joaquim, it was really fun to watch! (you even caught me on film, haha, I was the guy sitting next to you on the other “side” of the chairs :) ) I 2 Jon says: April 2, 2008 at 8:57 am Video seems to be down? 3 Jon says: April 2, 2008 at 8:58 am Nevermind, it’s up again…. weird. 4 LAB says: April 2, 2008 at 9:51 am I loved that doc, was really cool. Ive always loved documentaries about road trips and such, was really really awesome. Also Joaquim you have an american accent when you say english words lol Well done anyways, wish i could have been there myself. 5 Simon Barsky says: April 2, 2008 at 12:33 pm Nice work Joaquim. It was great meeting you there. Now I feel a bit bad that I only had to travel ten minutes from work to get there. 6 Joaquim Marquès Nielsen says: April 2, 2008 at 12:59 pm Simon Jakobsson –> Thanks man! Oh, you’re talking about the photo of the entire room which is panning? Credits to Dane (I think) for taking that shot. Maybe next time at a future workshop (Copenhagen perhaps?) you’ll get the chance to mingle and stuff, hehe. LAB –> Hehe. Could you be more specific as to which English word I’m pronouncing with an American accent? Languages really fascinate me, that’s why I’d like to know :) I’m glad you liked the doc! Traveling is the BEST, but we hardly got any sleep for two whole days :o Simon Barsky –> Hey man, great meeting you too. I must say your Demo Reel is pretty darn cool. I always wondered how you create textures for 3D models. You’re surely an expert at that :) That Minas Tirith project looks huge btw! Scott –> Thanks a lot for posting this man :) Also, my school agreed to post it on their site: http://www.dskd.dk/index.php?id=819 Cheers! 7 Marcus Stade says: April 2, 2008 at 2:26 pm Awesome video, love it! Brings back such fond memories! =) 8 Scott says: April 2, 2008 at 2:33 pm No problem joaquim, thank you for making it! yeah, my friend and I were watching this thinking how perfect your american english accent was every time you spoke english, funny stuff. do you know a lot of americans? 9 * says: April 2, 2008 at 2:38 pm Ahhahahaha,so funny these videos. Great, ahahhaahhaah ! 10 ^^^^ says: April 2, 2008 at 2:55 pm I love you ! 11 Erik Pettersson says: April 2, 2008 at 4:28 pm I like you too, but we can’t continue meeting like this. Bigups joaquim for a cool vid! 12 Kirk Hansen says: April 3, 2008 at 1:36 am Got Damn now im just more jealous haha oh well no worries 13 Simon Jakobsson says: April 3, 2008 at 3:31 am Joaquim – No I mean when you use your camera, right in the beginning of the workshop (0.52m in the second video) ;) Anyway. You chew gum. alot. :D 14 chrispis says: April 3, 2008 at 6:14 am Great vids! And indeed,… you chew too much gum :D 15 Joaquim Marquès Nielsen says: April 3, 2008 at 6:24 am Simon Jakobsson –> Oooh yeah that’s right, there you are – full of anticipation if I’m not mistaken :) Scott –> I’m really fascinated by the English language and all it’s variations / accents. Most of my life I’ve been practicing the various pronunciations (for no particular reason other than the fact that I find it amusing, hehe). It helped me a great deal in English class in primary school. Anyway, I think I’m quite good at the American accent (specifically: NY, Southern State / hillbilly) and British as well (cockney, “royal English” / snobbish) but I’m working on my Irish, Scottish and Australian accents, hehe. My friends all tell me that I should do voice over sometime. Maybe I’ll get the chance to do that someday. Well, it’s cool that you noticed! 16 LAB says: April 3, 2008 at 2:07 pm Haha Joaquim when you say Scotts name you say it in a perfect american accent. At the start of the doc i thought you were actually american but could speak (dutch? :s) really well. 17 Joaquim Marquès Nielsen says: April 3, 2008 at 3:32 pm LAB –> I’m from Denmark (and darn proud of it) :) 18 LAB says: April 4, 2008 at 10:42 am And so you should. Denmark seems like a really nice place.