For the Dutch boardgame called: Het Grote Basisschoolspel (literally translated: The Big Elementary School Game) I made all the illustrations. The board has two sides, in 2 different illustration styles, one for young children, and one for slightly older children so the game can be played by children from different ages.
As a tribute to the dozens of videogame characters I have had these great adventures and explored the most beautiful worlds with, I made a couple of illustrations starring my heroes.
Tekenclub (or Drawingclub) is a website I created to show Dutch kids how wonderful and fun drawing actually can be, without all the silly restrictions parents and teachers give them at home or at school. Together with the characters Pen, Ink and Gom (= Dutch for eraser), the children embark on an unforgettable trip through online interactive worlds, and discover all aspects of making a picture.
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A series of 50's themed illustrations.
For neuzenroode.nl, a website from the CliniClowns, I illustrated the 5 online worlds children can explore during their visit on the site. Neuzeroode.nl won the international W3 Award in 2008 in the category: Best visual appeal.
8 little button illustrations I made for a personal project
6 covers I made for Dutch mathemetics books, called: De Wereld in Getallen. Each cover represents a different level.
In the video on the left you can see the making of one of my illustrations. I recorded my desktop during the creation of a scene where a cowboy enters a saloon. The original rendering process took me about 5 hours, and it’s sped up here to about 15 minutes.
A collection of various illustrations I made during the past years for several clients and personal use.
For Ka-Ching Cartoons their short film, the 3d Machine, I made all the backgrounds and the poster. The 3d Machine is a very cool film in 3d (not like in the Pixar movies, but actually with the red and blue glasses) inspired by old horror classics, about a professor, his assistant and a huge machine. Check out the trailer on the left or visit the official website here.
During my internship at Animation Works I illustrated my first children's book: De Beloning van de Koning, written by Arjan Wilschut and published by Callenbach. It's the story (on rhyme) of a greedy king who keeps raising the taxes and litteraly gets stuck in his own wealth.
In 2008 De Beloning van de Koning won de Verwondering. The award for the best looking book, given by the BCB.
You can visit the official website here or order the book here.