I started my professional career doing a lot of infographics mostly for computer based information terminals in museums. So many of the graphics also have been animated, building up the graphic based on a narration or highlighting facts along the way. I used different techniques from vector graphics to photocollage or 3D and 3D animation. During recent years I have used this experience to write a couple of tutorials.
Infographic on the water circle - texturing done with the plugin Texturino.
Donut chart – Illustrator default pie chart with a lot of post processing
Using brushes and an appearance a single path can be turned into a blood vessel.
Using symbols to create a map for children
Skin – using brushes to create most of the parts. Tutorials in my video training »Tipps, Tricks & Troubleshooting«
Older work: 3D rendering of a water mill
Older work: Fossilisation (vector graphic for an exhibition design)
Older work: 3D rendering of a water turbine