As part of a graphic design, used on websites, to illustrate, demonstrate, explain or promote any service, product to just for fun. I love making illustrations.
Sometimes you need to show what is not ready for showing just yet. Take for instance this yacht, while she was still in dry dock it was time to start marketing trips, hence a proper picture was needed. In this case an illustration of the yacht based upon the dry dock picture.
To pitch a new product line, to design furniture or to show designs on a product. 3D illustrations offer a large variety in options.
Based upon experience we develop these maps to explain to guests how to best make this dive, where interesting places are, what dangers are around and so on. A good illustration adds to the experience and clears up what is expected.
Some things are best explained using compact illustrations like these. In this case a series used in briefings to explain the use of a zodiac in diving activities.
As any child I loved to make drawings, but the subject that caught my eye mostly was actually human eyes. They fascinated me and actually still do. From the eyes that I learned to draw I was seeking a new challenge and found the nose. And step by step I got into making pencil portraits and preferably on handmade paper to complete the challenge.
Portraying a lost loved one is a hard job, as the family that was left behind has a certain memory of them that they seek. Using different techniques, multiple pensils and multiple examples.
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Making a portrait to me is an amazing job of making shadows in shadows in shadows… Each layer darker then the one before, using a different pencil.
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Sometimes smudges that are very real in a picture are nothing but disturbing and misunderstood in a sketch. In that case some retouche will be applied in the portrait to keep the skits as real looking as possible.
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Sometimes you seek artistic freedom to add onto what pictures show us. Think of a combination of subject that in real life where not photographed together.
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