I draw with papermate pens and markers on paper, and edit digitally. I also use gouache, watercolor and copic markers, along with crayons.
I have a great lenovo laptop that I love to use for my editing, and I have more types of wacom tablets than necessary. Let’s just call it an occupational hazard.
Of course. It depends on the workload at that point in time, but I would be happy to connect with anyone who is as enthusiastic about art and illustration as I am. Just shoot me an email! I’ll try to respond to everything.
I’d be happy to, as long as my schedule allows for it. Just email me or use the contact page!
Actually I do. SO many!! I’m busy writing books and blog posts about all kinds of topics but if you have pressing matters to discuss, check out my instagram and DM me. I’m on there a lot!
I’m so glad you like my work like that! Contact me and let’s see what we can do for each other. Contact me using the usual channel of email!
Sure, if they are in stock! Sometimes I get so many orders I can’t process them in a reasonable amount of time – so just go to the portrait page and leave your email adress. I will send out an email as soon as I am good to go again! <3
All work I create is for personal use only – unless agreed upon otherwise. That means: no, you can’t use it for anything else than that. If you have a commissioned portrait or want to use any other of my works for your business, we can get in touch and work out a licensing agreement. That is to protect my work, so please ALWAYS ask for consent and we will figure something out :)!
I do like a challenge! Email me or use the contact page. Let’s go!
I studied Industrial Design and Interaction Design and worked as a digital designer for some years – both during college and after. During my masters I started freelancing because I got some project offers. I had been at the illustration game for a bit but never got paid to, so this was a good opportunity to start my business. Because of my education, I’m well acquainted with digital and printed products, which is why I like to work for both illustrations for digital platforms, and packaging and books.
Nope, nope nope. All my illustrations and designs are protected under copyright law. (Ever heard of Berne Convention?) Just send me an email to ask first – and even after that, ALWAYS give credit where credit is due.
Only for personal use. That means that if you are a business, you got to email me first so we can set something up. However do not make any changes to my work and do not cut off my logo. Not only is it plain rude, it’s against the law. Also tag me in the post and link to my website or social media accounts.
Please note that you should never hesitate to contact me. These questions just serve for me to refer to, because I get them a lot! 🙂