Klaus Kremmerz is a unique illustrator, born and raised in Germany.
He is considered one of the fastest “markers” in the industry precisely because of his technique, but despite this, his work requires a considerable amount of time, the pen drawings, although digital, can take hours and hours.
He has continuous requests from all over the world, but before getting to what he really is today he had to work as always a lot.
When he started, his style was still incomplete, “raw” as he likes to call it himself, but over the years he has been able to skillfully refine his technique until he reached a concrete and complete self-awareness.
He had to do a lot of work, to find the right creative flow so that each of his illustrations could communicate with the public in a completely natural way.
In fact, every message behind his artwork tries to translate it as best as possible into his work, never leaving anything really to change. The part of his works he loves the most is the beginning, each work marks a new flow, a new way of thinking when an idea from nothing comes to mind and he has to do everything to elaborate it so that the shadows, the lights, the angles, and the colors make it as he thought.
As the artist himself states, inventing a visual language is a long and delicate process.
In order to achieve his goal he needs to process his images many times and especially to make mistakes, and then delete them and as after each mistake start again because this is the most effective way to correct his work.