353 - Lasse Jensen

Lasse Jensen is a 3D Artist and Content Creator from Denmark

Lasse Jesen is a 3D artist with over 10 years of experience. He is passionate about technology, workspaces and design.

He regularly publishes content at the intersection of all three.

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Inside Lasse's Workspace

What is the most useful item in your workspace?

This is probably an odd choice, but I would say that price goes to my desk shelf from Never Odd or Even.

Before getting one I honestly thought they were a bit overrated, but I’ve since changed my mind.

I use mine for stowing away items and just organization in general. it adds multiple layers to my workspace, I have hidden cables underneath, one for my work laptop and one for my a USB receiver. it just keeps everything nice and tidy also, it helps to elevate my monitor, as I’m on the taller side and most built in stands don’t reach high enough.

What does your typical daily routine look like?

I wake up at 6:00 and I’m at my desk at 08:00. I have decent commute to work, so I spend the time in the train watching YouTube and reading blogs. I love getting that out of the way in the morning, so that when I get home, I can focus on being present.

I work at a real estate company where I produce visuals for marketing. So most of the day is spent either in meetings, in front of the pc or out and about in Copenhagen, taking reference photos and inspecting our many old apartments.

After 16:00 is usually spent either in front of the PC working on personal projects/freelancing, in the gym or with my SO.

What is the most challenging aspect of 3D design?

Figuring out when a work is complete.

As a creative, I can sit for hours and nitpick all the small details to death. However, this is usually not beneficial for the final output.

The key is determining when a work is good enough for its intended purpose and budget.

Lastly, trusting yourself and your visual taste is crucial. If you start a piece of work constantly doubting yourself, it can lead to a messy art direction and frustration. Instead, double down on what makes you unique.
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