Creating when you’re stressed?

We still have one more week of school, but the exams are over. So, I finally have some time to be more creative! To be clear, we never stop being creative, even when we are studying or working. We are always gifted with some level of creativity. However, depending on…

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Studying for an exam, Artist Style!

The Anglican Church persecuting the PuritansPuritan Christians sail to AmericaKing and Minister of Prussia change the communion ceremony, Lutherans petition against it I have a church history exam coming up on Monday. It's not so much material compared to some stuff we are expected to do, but it's still 140…

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Operation Easter Island

Way back last November, I had the idea to write a story based on the words "Operation Easter Island". Some brainstorms, a long break and more edits later, here is a somewhat stable draft of the story and some concept sketches (the numbers represent double-page spreads, like what you see…

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Back to the Roots: Clay and Iron!

I have worked in all sorts of art mediums. But I always like a good challenge, so I decided to try something "classic" that I hadn't done before: pottery and blacksmithing. Working with raw materials like "earth" and "metal". People have used these "elements" for thousands of years. Surely, I…

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Illustration Progress!

I have been working on this illustration commission for over 100h, over the course of several months. But now, I'm in the last leagues. Less than 20h to go! Isaiah, Part 1: Judgement of IsraelIsaiah, Part 2: Comfort for IsraelDeborah, the female Judge and WarriorGideon, the cowardly Judge

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Celebrating Easter with a Reclaimed Palette Desk!
adding a pattern

Celebrating Easter with a Reclaimed Palette Desk!

During the next few weeks, I want to work on my own illustrations. I want to use "traditional" collage materials or watercolors, but my desk is occupied by the graphic tablet. So, I just built a new space: an art- and writing desk out of reclaimed wood! I pulled apart…

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