The blog “Coloring Books for Adults” published an interview with me. And I just learned that the Songgryphons coloring book is available at Amazon, too. :)
Now, I totally forgot to post this link!
The songgryphon colouring book is available at Ellen Million Graphics again:
(You’ll need to scroll down quite a bit, this colouring book is one of the oldest ones in this shop…)
The dark fantasy colouring book “Fantasy isn’t always pretty” will not be reprinted by Ellen Million. Thus, I upload my pages from the book here for your to print and colour. But be warned: These colouring pages are not for the faint of heart …
My Songgryphon Colouring Book will be reprinted by Ellen Million if the stretch goal at Kickstarter is reached! If you would like to support a reprint and secure a copy for yourself, you still can contribute; the campaign ends next Monday:
Another line-drawing that I made following the instructions of my children after they listened to Tabaluga. If you like to download and print it out for private use for your children: go ahead!
I am a bit tired at the moment, so I thought I cut this long thing into pieces and put them all into a nice, printable PDF. It has two animals per page and lots of space around them to glue the printed sheets together: download the printable measuring rod (PDF)
If you choose a scaling of 100% or just “none” the printed scale should come out right. Best print one test page and check with a real measuring rod in case you need to adjust the printer’s scaling.
I finally scanned this thing for anyone to print out and give it to their children for colouring or for hanging it up somewhere to measure their height. The figures are shoulder height (in cm) of most animals, except for birds and apes. Here’s a PDF for printout on several pages.
… halten das nordmärkische Wappen. Oder streiten sich drum? ;-)
Eine kleine Zeichnung fürs DSA-Briefspiel.
During most of my free time (which always feels to be too short) I am writing, mostly still practicing to improve my writing skills, so there has not been much to show here. But now I illustrated a German science fiction novel: “Dunkelwärts” by Ulf Fildebrandt. (It’s not published yet, I’ll post a link when it’s available.) This was my very first job as an illustrator (which feels pretty cool), but I found out that I would probably starve as such. I am just drawing much too slowly! Well, I guess I can say the same about writing, but I tend to ascribe that to the painful lack of continuous chunks of writing time …