gacaca and other

Here are some rough test-pages for a possible book project. 
I will probably end up drawing it quite differently though, and in simple colors.

Some character design and sketches for the same project.

A test for a book I'm working on now. It's a long war poem about hate, written in diary form and fully illustrated. I will post some of the drawings and more info when I'm done with the book.

Head like a fucking orange (you know who I'm talking about).

Here's some animals I drew for my daughter. And beneath that a rather successful collaboration.


tome of the unknown / over the garden wall

Back in 2012 I did a number of character designs that I haven't been able to post before now. They were for a Cartoon Network short called Tome of the Unknown, created by Pat Mchale. It was later green-lighted by CN to become their first mini-series, and is now known as Over the Garden Wall.


politiken II

Here are two more illustrations done recently for the Danish newspaper Politiken.

Following the publication of the German version of Burn Out (avant-verlag), I was at the rather hectic comic festival in Erlangen. There, together with my bud Michael Ross, we had a small showcase of some originals, and signed a few books. Below are a few of the drawings I did.

I recently found this photo of an old drawing I did for someone in Saint Petersburg, in his copy of Obsolete. It shows a very typical Russian couple.

And something else. Freedom perhaps.



I recently started working freelance for the Danish newspaper Politiken. Here are some of my first drawings for them:



I had the great privilege of doing this years poster for the Copenhagen Jazz Festival.

And here's a few of the scrapped ideas:


burn out - finally

Dear everyone. There's been an awful lot of delay concerning the birth of Burn Out (in book form). It's finally out now, in French and Dutch with publisher Casterman, and will be out in German with publisher avant-verlag in a matter of days.

Here is the cover:

And here's the three first chapter illustrations:


the one armed lady

I decided to do another test. A thorough one. Focusing on style, line and coloring techniques. So this is the one armed lady, an almost random character in an almost random environment. 

Here's a selection of the tests on style and line.

And here's a selection of the tests on rendering and coloring.

A few unrelated drawings.

Here's a little drawing I did together with my bud Bene.