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Character Illustration / Portrait

Collaboration with Jean de Wet | 2011 | Holbrand's Exile | Concept Illustration for Am I Collective's Experimental Project, Verstikland

Meet Verstikland’s main antagonist, Holbrand, a troubled vandal of a teenager.  This illustration took shape in collaborative style with Jean de Wet, an uber-talented artist working at Am I Collective.  The illustration began with a Jean’s concept, drawing and colour palate.  I then went on to paint the piece.

Verstikland is one of Am I Collective‘s  self-initiated, experimental projects.  Go and take a look at some more  saucy character interpretations of Holbrand and his equally delinquent friend, Vinger on their site.

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2011 | Tannie Sannie's Mantelpiece | Concept Illustration for Am I Collective's Experimental Project, Verstikland

Verstikland

2011 | Detail from Tannie Sannie's Mantelpiece | Concept Illustration for Am I Collective's Experimental Project, Verstikland

2011 | Detail from Tannie Sannie's Mantelpiece | Concept Illustration for Am I Collective's Experimental Project, Verstikland

Here’s a sneak peek into the life of Tannie Sannie….  Her husband disappeared from Verstikland some years back and no soul knows what happened to the poor man, originally the town minister.  On some lonely nights, Tannie Sannie even serves an extra plate at the dinner table for him, hoping in vain for her missing hubbie’s return.

To see some other experimental (and super awesome) Verstikland artwork, visit Am I Collective’s Behance site!

Character Illustration / Portrait

2011 | Tannie Sannie | Concept Illustration for Am I Collective's Experimental Project, Verstikland

Character Illustration / Portrait

2011 | Klip | Concept Illustration for Am I Collective's Experimental Project, Verstikland

Meet Tannie Sannie and her strikingly attractive and intelligent son, Klip.  Tannie Sannie is a member of the ‘HVG woman’s group’, the ‘Crossword Puzzle Club’ and the ‘Maltese Poodle Taxidermia Society’ in a place called ‘Verstikland’.