Zeichner: Dick Heins
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Dick Heins ist ein vielseitig begabter Zeichner, der sowohl im Funny als auch im Realistic zuhause ist.
Dick Heins is mainly active as an illustrator for game and holiday books. He began his career contributing to small press magazines Striptuur and Incognito in the 1980s and 1990s. He created several comic characters, such as 'Baldo', 'Babeteam' and 'Mooie Keetje' (in Het Kanton). Together with writer Rikky Schreever, he published an album about the bear 'Baldo' at Big Balloon in 2006. More recently, he became the assistant of Jeff Broeckx on 'Klein Suske en Wiske'.
For the new Eppo magazine, launched in January 2009, Heins
made the gag strip 'Kleine Napoleon' with Frank
Jonker, and he did the inking and coloring of
the 'Eppo' comic by Uco
Egmond and later René
Uilenbroek. When 'Kleine Napoleon' finished, Heins
created the office gag strip '40-Hours' with Eric Hercules
in 2010. From 2013, he is affiliated with Studio Jan van
Haasteren, a studios set up to produce crowded jigsaw
puzzles in the tradition of Jan
van Haasteren for Jumbo.
original art Dick Heins