The About department
Below you find work related information. Somewhat more personal accounts you find here and here or here. From the early 90's of the previous century I have been involved professionally in developing educational material and commercial technical writing, mainly in the aviation and space advanced composites field. Click the images and links (in red type) in the text to see related information.

Vector Art

I am just an other dweller of this domain. The services I provide are shown on the Home page. Mainly I create realistic vector drawings, portraits, paintings, logos and illustrations with the magnificent Affinity Designer. Occasionally I use Affinity Photo for bitmap editing jobs and portraits and Affinity Publisher for Desktop Publishing. I've created dozens of books, flyers and slide shows for educational purposes from scratch that include self-made 2D and 3D drawings for the production and maintenance of advanced composite parts and tooling in the aviation and space industry.

Creative Text

When I'm not creating visual art, I write entries for several of my blogs - my portfolio blogopinion blog and poetry blog. Over the years I increasingly ventured deeper into venues less trodden and it changed my perception. As a result, I have less curbing ties to matters belonging to the material realm. Becoming aware of imposed conditioning, development sped up, leading me to realms that featured  things rarely encountered in what is commonly believed to be 'reality', leaving me to explore why the universe is as elusive as it is. Like in this attempt to create prose, called 'Limitless illusion'.

Analog Art

From time to time I indulge in creating analog art, which is either (analog) airbrushing, pencil drawing or painting with acrylics on canvas or paper. These crafts have a therapeutic effect without the need of a shrink.  Sometimes I have Metallica, other times Danny GattonBlack Pumas or Angelo Debarre playing while doodling. Or just the singing of the birds in my ecological backyard. Occasionally I listen to Dark Journalist or Joseph P Farrell on youtube while submitting myself to a comforting therapeutic treatment. Therapeutic artistic episodes rule.

3D Art

On rare occasions, I create 3D art. Sometimes to support the 2D images I draw to obtain the correct perspective, other times to just create a 3D object. I am by far no expert in this area, but I am able to create simple objects. I mostly use Rhinoceros 3D for this purpose and at times DesignSpark. And recently, since Blender significantly updated its User Interface, that program perhaps has become more accessible than before. However, I still need to get familiar with it to use it in a proper way.