One more illustration from the “Four Arms” book. This is an illustration near the end of the book, of one of the most dramatic scene; it is hard enough to cling to a cliff like this, but even worse when your extra arms arm trying to tear you down. The wolf’s part of the scene is interesting as well, but I won’t tell too much…  You’ll need to read the book!Read more about the book in my deviantArt journal entry here.Find the project on Kickstarter here.Find the book on Amazon here. Once again, I want to thank everyone for the support! We have reached more than $2000 on Kickstarter now, which means the author will animate the illustration into a 'stop-motion-esque' short! I am really excited about this.

One more illustration from the “Four Arms” book. This is an illustration near the end of the book, of one of the most dramatic scene; it is hard enough to cling to a cliff like this, but even worse when your extra arms arm trying to tear you down. The wolf’s part of the scene is interesting as well, but I won’t tell too much…  You’ll need to read the book!

Read more about the book in my deviantArt journal entry here.
Find the project on Kickstarter here.
Find the book on Amazon here

Once again, I want to thank everyone for the support! We have reached more than $2000 on Kickstarter now, which means the author will animate the illustration into a 'stop-motion-esque' short! I am really excited about this.

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Another illustration from the “Four Arms” book, which you can read more about here. This illustration marks the beginning of the story, where the girl is just out with the family pig looking for truffles, while everything still is normal and safe. It won’t last long… You can find the book on Kickstarter here, with a promotional video by the author where she explains more about the book and you can see more of the illustrations.The book is also available on Amazon here. Thanks to everyone who has supported this project so far! <3

Another illustration from the “Four Arms” book, which you can read more about here. This illustration marks the beginning of the story, where the girl is just out with the family pig looking for truffles, while everything still is normal and safe. It won’t last long… 

You can find the book on Kickstarter here, with a promotional video by the author where she explains more about the book and you can see more of the illustrations.
The book is also available on Amazon here

Thanks to everyone who has supported this project so far! <3

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October 2012, I was contacted by the freelance editor and writer Chani Petro, who wondered if I&#8217;d be willing to illustrate one of her short stories. The story was eerie and a bit macabre, like the original fairy tales of the brothers Grimm. As I found the project fascinating, I accepted the offer, and thus got my first real book illustration job. This was my first illustration for the project. 
I have been waiting so long to share this with you. I finished the illustrations while I was still in high school, and since that Chani has made the book and everything ready. And now, &#8220;Four Arms&#8221; is finally up on Kickstarter! Check it out here. Here you can find a video of Chani giving an introduction of the book, and see more of my illustrations (they&#8217;re animated in the video - so cool!)
Supporting the project can grant you prizes like copies of the book (either digital or physical), buttons, posters, wallpapers and more. Most of all, however, I hope you give the project some attention, and that you like what you see!

October 2012, I was contacted by the freelance editor and writer Chani Petro, who wondered if I’d be willing to illustrate one of her short stories. The story was eerie and a bit macabre, like the original fairy tales of the brothers Grimm. As I found the project fascinating, I accepted the offer, and thus got my first real book illustration job. This was my first illustration for the project. 

I have been waiting so long to share this with you. I finished the illustrations while I was still in high school, and since that Chani has made the book and everything ready. And now, “Four Arms” is finally up on Kickstarter! Check it out here. Here you can find a video of Chani giving an introduction of the book, and see more of my illustrations (they’re animated in the video - so cool!)

Supporting the project can grant you prizes like copies of the book (either digital or physical), buttons, posters, wallpapers and more. Most of all, however, I hope you give the project some attention, and that you like what you see!

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