D. Christopher Tietz | 3D edutainment artist home about me that's me! curiculum vitae portfolio 2D 3D concepts music contact 2D Portfolio CD Cover Artwork: The Venturas Friends of mine asked me to help them design a cover for their debut album. The band is called 'Venturas' and they are playing "supernova punkrock". Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, about 10 hours of work. Central Park Enschede - Party Flyer The Central Park is a popular bar/cafe in Enschede. "CENTRAL beatz" is a party series on a weekly basis. It became a great success. 3D artworks & layouting, about 5 hours of work. "How do I see myself in 4 years" (2008) Collage from the first period of my studies in the Netherlands. Paper on paper, DIN A2 (420*594mm). I expected to have a brain filled with motivation, inspiration and qualification. Approximately 10 hours of work. Perspective (2008) It had been an idea for a long time and in the first period of my studies i finally took the time and drew it. Colored pencils on paper, DIN A2 (594*420mm). Approximately 20 hours of work. Central Park Enschede - Key Visual (2009) A party series especially for Dutch-German friendship of students in Enschede needed a key visual. The visual was used for several partys of great success. Illustrator, Photoshop, approximately 8 hours. The Storck Suite Machine - Moodboard A short film production of fellow students required an animated machine inspired by old steam engines and old motors. Originally the film was planned to be filmed in "film noir" style. Internet research, Photoshop, approximately 3 hours. Homage to M. C. Escher (2006) Just an idea I had years ago. I used the image as an avatar pic for myself in solcial media. Sadly most people thought I had drawn it all and did not know the real creative force behind the original. Photoshop, approximately 20 minutes. Landscape of points and lines (2007) It was just a try to draw a scene different. I just placed single points with few additional lines to create the contours of the mountains. I just like the result for its simplicity. Ink on paper, DIN A3 (420*297mm). Approximately 20 minutes. Homage to Pablo Picasso A painting inspired by work of the grand master of surrealism. Not much I can tell about this one ... seemed right that way - that day! Acylic paint on paper, DIN A2 (420*594mm). Approximately 6 hours of work. Sketch of an eye Eyes are one of the most exciting things to look at. I always liked to draw eyes because they mirror a character's identity. Every viewer will decide whether to see an evil character's eye or the eye of a sad character. Approximately 5 minutes of work. Clown of Shapes Graphite pencil drawing on paper, DIN A4 (210*297mm). Approximately 2 hours of work. The fruits are shocked! Ink on paper, DIN A4 (210*297mm). Approximately 5 minutes of work. Homage to René Magritte Pastel crayons on paper, DIN A3 (420*297mm). Approximately 6 hours of work. Sad Freaky Clown Ink on paper, DIN A4 (210*297mm). Approximately 20 minutes of work. Collection of smaller drawings Just some small sketches I drew over the past years. Another collection of smaller drawings The title says it all - just sketches. Ballpoint Emotion Ballpoint on paper, DIN A4 (210*297). Approximately 1 hour of work. Face Drawing Pencil drawing on paper, DIN A2 (420*594mm). Approximately 3 hours of work. Homage to Greg Capullo Todd McFarlane created my favourite comic book character "Spawn". Greg Capullo has been the lead comic book artist of the series for years. His style of drawing is just breathtaking. Approximately 2 hours. Behind the logo - Rebranding BP 2010 The Deepwater Horizon oil spill, caused by "BP", shocked the whole world. Greenpeace asked designers and artists to re-design BP's logo. "May the oil eat BP"! Approximately 2 hours of work.