In October 2017, I took part in the daily drawing exercise called #inktober and drew 31 ‘Vegetable Villains’.
Started by Jake Parker in 2009, artists all over the world take over October with their ink drawings in an effort to creatively challenge themselves, improve their inking and develop better drawing habits.
Tourism website for Zuidrand
Front-end development for a responsive tourism site showing the diversity and beauty of the region. Subtle UI animation to enhance the surfing experience.
Design by Simon Smalle (Entity One)
A penguin-based logo based around simple shapes, made to match the style of a site.
I tend to do a lot of blue-pencil sketching first, to work out concepts and then tighten a selection of those up in ink to show to the client. This one more of a fun excercise in simple but recognisable. No grand concepts, we just needed a penguin (because penguins are cool) and it had to match the style of the site (so keep it simple).
Started by Jake Parker in 2009, artists all over the world take over October with their ink drawings in an effort to creatively challenge themselves, improve their inking and develop better drawing habits. This was my take on it for 2015. I chose to taken on a theme of dinosaurs in popular media.
Storyboarding for a video explaining how the mobile workplace assistant ‘Spencer’ works. Spencer is a product designed to optimise your workflow by helping you accessing all your tools from 1 place.
A prepaid credit-card from Blue Ocean
Development of a number of explainer videos selling the idea of prepaid credit-cards in a creative way.
I made a number of illustrated popup books from 3 provided scripts. These were ultimately filmed with added voice-over.
The illustrations were made in Adobe Illustrator (by the end assisted by a co-worker to get to the deadline), the individual popups and books were made by hand.