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Coffin Crushers Live On Kickstarter!

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Hey Guys my personal project is finally live on Kickstarter!

‘In this fun adventure comic, we follow a unit of vampire hunters who operate legendary Coffin Crushers. These War-Mechas have but one mission: To crack open the vampires vaults and tip the scales of this eternal war!’

You can find it here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robinkeijzer/coffin-crushers-the-comic

Sharing the link is super appreciated of course, but it will also get your name in the printed comic! Check out the link for details :)

 

 

 

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COFFIN CRUSHERS PANELS

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Hey everyone!

My  ‘Coffin Crushers’ comic  is finally shaping up! After a very long design period I could finally make some progress on the actual pages. Here you see two shots from what I have so far!

This first shot is from inside a Coffin Crusher (a huge robot designed to withstand vampire attacks).

And this shot shows a Crusher protecting his fallen comrade from  a huge vampire!

 

 

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Antegods Comic

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Hey everyone! I recently created a comic for Codeglue, a dutch game company that develops the arena shooter game ‘Antegods’. Below you see the cover and a page from the comic (1 of 22). If you want to learn more about the process of making this comic, then have a look at the interview on Codeglue’s blog over here.

 

The story is written by Niels ‘t Hooft & based on the artwork made by Codeglue’s design team. The comic art & character design is done by myself; and Maroussia Jansen did a great job helping me out with the basic colors! ( Thanks again!). And this is the game the comic belongs to:

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Coffin Crushers collaboration

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For years I have been doing art-project together with Gijs Hermans (currently art director at Ronimo Games). And recently we made this Coffin Crusher illustration together. I did the sketch below, and Gijs did all the hard work turning it into a fancy image ;0  I think it turned out great!

 

The sketch

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Coffin Crushers Bike design

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Whenever time allows, I continue making designs for Coffin Crushers :)

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Coffin Crushers Pilots

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Luna The Vampire Variant Cover

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A while ago I made this cover for Yasmins comic ‘Luna the Vampire’!

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Coffin Crushers Badguys

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My Portfolio artbook

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I’ve worked on over 40 different projects in the last few years and lately I felt the need to collect all that work in a presentable way. So I made this very old-school  paper artbook!  Here’s an impression of the book and it’s contents:

The book contains 216 pages, and all projects have a short introduction and some comments. It contains comic work, animation work, concept art, game art, live-model drawings and roleplay art.

-PS. Sorry, it’s just one copy, so it’s not for sale!

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Coffin Crushers Vampire Bike

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So, now Gang Up! is being finalized it’s time to move to the next project. This will be a comic called ‘Coffin Crushers!’(Vampires VS medival-Mechs).  In 2014 when I first came up with the concept, I just made a few initial illustrations. But when I came in contact with writer Brian Spinney, things shaped up quickly. The characters got a personality and the storyline began to develop. Now while Brian refines the storyline, I will be concentrating on a first scene.  But before I can actually start drawing pages I need to do some research and initial designs, such as this ‘vampire bike’ & the medival mechs. Here are some rough sketches.

 

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