A view behind the scenes at Classical-Art!
From July 27 my work and method can be admired on national television! The viewer gets a nice picture of the creation of my artworks. Throughout the year this topic is still on TV at RTL-Z as part of the program “How it’s Done?”. A nice short documentary of my work as a classic car artist. The “How it’s Done?” Program is repeated weekly on Tuesday at 4.30 p.m. and on Thursday at 10.30 p.m.
Storytelling with images
I discovered the endless possibilities of digital drawing and animation early in the early 1980s.
I made my first digital creations on a Commodore Amiga, and not much later on my first Mac II. From the moment I became acquainted with the endless possibilities of digital drawing, painting and animating, it didn’t let go. For hours I learned to master the most complex painting, composition and animation software, including many other 2D and 3D tools. Nowadays I work with the latest hardware, including the Wacom 27 HD Touch, a digital drawing tablet where I draw directly and touch sensitive on the screen. Working with this tablet is a pleasure – it feels like drawing and painting on a traditional canvas, but with full control over texture, line thickness, color and composition. I use a wide range of digital drawing and drawing tools to make my work. I fully control the effects, brushes and materials, which results in colorful and dynamic works with a unique and unique handwriting.
As an independent artist, I have no relationship with – nor do I work for – the car brands shown on this website.