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Fearless

Tuesday, 11 May 2010 12:49

For months I've wanted to participate in the weekly illustration challenge at Illustration Friday. (www.illustrationfriday.com)
Below is my first entry for this weeks topic: "Fearless".

Idea: What to do about the monsters under your bed:

Fearless

Fearless sketch

 


 

 

the End of the World

Wednesday, 24 March 2010 15:53

I started a comics-course in september at Syntra Hasselt. My first story that's worth publishing (on my blog only) was on the subject "the end of the world". Which is the title aswell.

It was loads of fun to see the different approaches of my fellow students on this subject: from poetic to shear horror.

Comic the End of the World

 


 

   

Happy 2010

Tuesday, 12 January 2010 15:57

Best wishes for 2010-card

Print, cut through the thick blue line and fold...

Happy 2010!

   

Tweeking website

Monday, 16 November 2009 14:17

I'm removing all portfolio-pop-up's from this site.
By linking to seperate pages from each portfolio-item, my webstatistics are much more detailled.

Websites… they're never finished! 

 


   

Annecy 2009

Monday, 15 June 2009 07:35

After an inspiring week at the International Animationfilm Festival of Annecy (France) I'm again fully charged. In just 6 days we saw 10 featurefilms and 185 shortfilms. This added up to 34 hours of animation.

A few must-sees…

Coraline

Director: Henry Selick - Story by Neil Gaiman
Winner of the Cristal for best feature film.
Beautiful animation-movie that seamlessly combines stop-motion puppet animation with 3D-backgrounds. Although the story is rather dark, the use of bright colors is breathtaking.
There is a "regular" version of the film aswell as a 3D-version. We watched the 3D-version wearing stereoscopic goggles

Mary and Max

Director and script: Adam Elliot
Winner of the Cristal for best feature film.
Terribly funny stop-motion tragedie for adults. Hillarious and very moving at the same time.
About  a pen-pall friendship between an 8-year old Australian girl and a 44-year old autistic American.

Brendan and the secret of Kells

Directors: Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey
Winner of the audience award.
Graphically very beautiful film with good integration of classic 2D and 3D.
Beautiful backgrounds and characters in a style very appopriate to a movie that brings the origin of "the Book of Kells" to life.


Very nice to see  a shortfilm-winner from last year now has his own animation series called "Log Jam". And even nicer to see him win a prize for that this year 

More info about the annual festival and the winners of the last edition, you can find on the official site.

 


 

   

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