A while ago some of my 'fans' asked me if I could make them a portfolio with prints of illustrations I've made. It seemed interesting to me so I made one by hand that consists 13 signed pieces related to my 'Memories-trilogy'. The material I used fits nicely to the atmosphere of the drawings and of course the portfolio is finished with a personal signed drawing. If you click here you can see which illustrations are in. And if you're also interested, please send me an email: email@example.com
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Saturday, September 24, 2011
After pencilling the first fifty pages of the sequel on 'Scherven', I've just done the line-art of the first page!
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Saturday, September 17, 2011
Rencontres Chaland 2011
I'm very proud that I can tell you that I'm invited to attend Rencontres Chaland at Nerac, France.
This festival is a tribute to my big inspirator Yves Chaland, who sadly died in 1990. Nerac is his place of birth and his widow Isabelle Chaland organises the festival -together with friends- for the fourth time this year. I'm really excited that I will be there from the 7th to 10th of october with great artists like François Avril, Ted Benoit, Charles Berberian, Serge Clerc, Andre Juillard, Antonio Lapone and many others. This years guest of hounour is Zep. I will keep you posted!
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Thursday, September 8, 2011
Comic-art Fair, 10th of september, Design museum, Breda
Coming saturday I will attend The Comic-artfair Breda (at the Designmuseum). I will bring all kind of different stuff: my books, which I will sign personally for you. All kind of signed prints, framed prints and sets of postcards. Hope to see you there!
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Sunday, September 4, 2011
Tribute to Yves Chaland 2
I discovered Yves Chaland through his detective-story Bob Fish. A good looking guy dressed like a real P.I. Also two of his other characters: Le Jeune Albert, a sometimes mean little boy from Brussels and Adolphus Claar, the scientist. This is my tribute to them and their creator.
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