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Friday, October 30, 2020

Up in the air

This here was the first ever concept sketch I did linked to a Alfred J. Kwak sequel project. Over a period of about five or six years, with lots of ons and (more) offs, I worked as a designer on this beloved TV series character from the late 1980s. My participation was originally initiated by the late Harald Siepermann himself who proposed me to take care of drawing the character. Unfortunately, the project is still up in the air, mostly for legal/business reasons.

However that may be, I was honoured - and still am - for Harald's trust in me.
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This here was the first ever concept sketch I did linked to a Alfred J. Kwak sequel project. Over a period of about five or six years, with lots of ons and (more) offs, I worked as a designer on this beloved TV series character from the late 1980s. My participation was originally initiated by the late Harald Siepermann himself who proposed me to take care of drawing the character. Unfortunately, the project is still up in the air, mostly for legal/business reasons. However that may be, I was honoured - and still am - for Harald's trust in me. --- #HaraldSiepermann #HermanVanVeen #HansBacher #AlfredJodocusKwak #AlfredJKwak #tvseries #sequel #animation #characterdesign #visualdevelopment #conceptsketch

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