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Wimmel mit! Roughly drawn

The Backbone of every Illustration is the Rough Sketch. Ooooh, aaahhh, huhhh? Many people who watch an artist at work expect to immediately recognize what the illustrator is drawing. This often happens to me when I go to town to sketch. I’m drawing to gather information, not to paint a beautiful Sunday picture. Many do […]

Heidelberg wimmelt – Wimmelsearchtip of the Week 28 – Heidelberg’s Peregrine Falcon

In Heidelberg, high up in the tower of the Holy Spirit Church live peregrine falcons which you see in my illustration wearing red Christmas hats. Heidelberg is proud of its peregrine falcons. Hohenstaufen Emperor Frederick II Historically, falconry has always been a noble art. The Hohenstaufen Emperor Friederich II even kept journals about it. He […]

Wimmelsuchtipp of the week 2

Have you found them yet—Perkeo, the red haired Royal Dwarf and his friend Thustu (pronounced toos-to), the bridge monkey? They are the best of friends and can be found on every page of “Heidelberg wimmelt”. Guess where they are right now and tell me in the comments below where else you have found them and […]

Max and the Orange Clock

Max and Mia Experiment “The Orange Clock”

Meet Max and Mia, friends having great fun discovering scientific principles. Play, learn, and laugh with them as they find out how to make a clock run from two oranges…everyday is an adventure with Max and Mia.