In einer Nacht- und Nebelaktion habe ich eine Coverillustration für den Science-Fiction-Fantasy-Crossover-Roman Exil der gefallenen Götter angefertigt. Der aufstrebende Nachwuchsautor Krisha Klein nimmt mit dem Epos am Amazon Kindle Storyteller Award 2015 teil.
Bitte unbedingt reinlesen und bewerten – es lohnt sich.
Edit: Für das Cover liegt mittlerweile eine überarbeitete Version vor.
As I mentioned earlier, I was working for MegaZebra last year.
Another facebook game they’re actually working on is Tales of Vendetta. There is a Beta version online, which is already fun to play and definitely worth a look. I did most of the concept designs, especially for the buildings, environment props and the characters. As you can see below, I also created the logo and some of the icons for the UI. Furthermore, there are a few story screens I concepted.
Of course you all know, the first publication of the Brothers Grimm fairy tales had it`s 200 th anniversary in 2012. That made the work for ToV a bit special. Above all, designing some of the famous figures was a lot of fun. Not least because my task was to exaggerate the characters: the guys a bit more tougher, the girls a bit more sexy…
Responsible for the final art were two artists, I want to mention here:
And Anja Rabenstein made the clean ups and coloration of most of the 2D stuff and the UI used in the game.
Thanks for your support.
Midyear I concepted the playing area for the very succesful social game Solitaire Castle. The client was MegaZebra, a munich based company producing facebook games.
It was a lot of fun to do because I like work on this funny comic style of the game. Each playing area had to match the correspondent background of the different rooms. Melanie Miklitza painted the beautiful background art of the game and Anja Rabenstein did the clean ups of my concepts.
Here are some examples:
… is not the title of the latest movie I was storyboarding for. But this door 13 leads to my artists workshop. I’m in there since the beginning of the year, when I was moving down two floors in a complex of buildings called “Fruchthof”. In fact, it is an old fruit market.
The rooms of my new studio are quite big, the colleagues around me are supernice, as is the hood and finally I have enough space to place all my artbooks in range. And I got my own doorplate. Gosh! Altogether it’s really cool to work there.
Have a look at it: