Thursday, September 29, 2011

Book illustrations for "the Demon from Notre Dame"

Book illustrations for "the Demon from Notre Dame"

Book illustrations for "the Demon from Notre Dame"

Spitting a Gargoyle in the face, brings it to life. The Gargoyle (a demon named Azull) can take control of other peoples bodies .... a perfect camoflage when he want to get close to boy who escaped his wrath 8 years ago... now it's time for revenge and to set the scores straight ... the boy has to die!

Friday, September 23, 2011

bookcover for horror story: final version

Book cover for author Morten Dürr's next horror story for kids "The Demon from Notre Dame"...... a nasty, horrifying tale about a boy who has trouble escaping his brutal destiny.
This is the fourth story from Morten Dürr's book series Sort Chok, after the stories about the "Axe Murderers Skull", "Alligator Blood" and "Stepdad from Hell".

I will post some of the illustrations I did for the inside of the book later.

The book will be out later this year.

Thanks for reading.

Ferocious creature aka. bookcover for horror story: third version

bookcover for horror story: second version

bookcover for horror story: first version

Monday, September 5, 2011

Bodily Distress Syndrome

Bodily Distress Syndrome

These are the 8 final illustrations ... the sketches from the meeting with clean lines and colors added. The colors are the CVI-colors of the hospital (Corporate Visual Identity).

I hope these image will be a good aid for the doctors when they have to explain what this is, what causes it and how it can be dealt with.

Bodily Distress Syndrome

I recently completed 8 illustrations for a hospital brochure explaining about what bodily distress syndrome is, what causes it and how it can be dealt with. The subject was rather complex so I had a sketch meeting with four doctors from the hospital, in order to be able to ask them the right questions and sketch in front of them, so they could see if my visual ideas explained the subject matter the right way. By choosing this way of working = sketching in front of the client, they are able to take part in the development of the images, and I can make sure that I understood the subject the right way and the way the images are intented to be used ... in this case in a brochure and as powerpoint slides. These images top priority is not to 'sell the story', but to explain the content.
These are some of the sketches I made during the meeting.