Graphite on Paper
A pen drawing of a yeti crab holed up in it’s mountain cave. From a series of drawings I’m working on where I’ve taken deep sea creatures out of their environment using their unusual names as a starting point.
Thanks for the submission linedotsplodge!
These are the illustrations I made for the UMCG hospital I mentioned in an earlier post. They are very happy with them and will soon be visible on their website. As you can see, the illustrations show the different kinds of treatment you can receive at the ward, both in color and in black and white. Two of the three treatments are illustrated both in a frontal and sideways version.
There may be more to come, as they were so happy they wanted me to make a new contract for future illustrations.
As always my images are copyright protected.
My first Friday at school was still orientation week. The first day of orientation was sort of typical; we laughed, we cried, we walked 500 miles in the rain to get our pictures taken for our transit cards.
But the next day of orientation was simply amazing. The bunch of us got together at the