Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Super Silo

Hey guess what?  3D Modeling software was not used in creating these art.  Commodore's Amiga 500 was the first computer Martijn Van Dam used to learn to digitally paint at age 12.  Martijn is currently 28, a graphic designer from Netherlands, who is known for his fun and adventurous digital illustrations.  His clean illustrative style adds depth by basic knowledge of perspective, lighting, and shading.  Martijn uses Adobe Illustrator for the textual layout, and Adobe Photoshop for vector shapes, textures, and shading.

There is no surprise when Martijn said he is influenced by sci-fi and animation movies as well as video games.  On a daily basis, you will find him designing webpages and print graphics at Momkai, an interactive agency located in Amsterdam.