Last Tuesday our art director Pascal went all traditional as he took up his old markers and brush pens! He did this to create ten original drawings for the winners of the text message contest. You’re probably here because you just want to see the results, so here they are!
With the novel launching this week, we thought it would be a good idea to give you some more information about its writer, Ate Grypstra. And what is a better way to learn about someone than doing an interview? Read on.
Finally some good news for those of you who are waiting to get their hands on the Cross of the Dutchman novel: we’ve got a date for you! Better mark your calendar, because starting from Saturday November 17th the long-awaited book is available! The Frisian title is Grutte Pier: Krús fan de Hollanner . You [...]
The release of the Cross of the Dutchman novel is getting closer and closer, so it’s time to pay some more attention to it! In this post we’ll give you the very first preview of one of the illustrations you will find in the book. One again, our art director Pascal Brander did a great [...]
Yesterday we announced we are attending Indigo 2012 with a playable demo of Cross of the Dutchman. Remember we told you to keep en eye out for our next blogpost? Well, this is it. So you’re attending Indigo 2012? Great, we’re attending as well and we’re looking forward to meeting you! Especially for the ladies [...]
Today we have some great news for the people who pre-ordered the upcoming Cross of the Dutchman Novel . We’ve received word of our writer Ate Grypstra that he finished writing the book! That means that the first draft is now being reviewed by the publisher and that translating has already begun! We expect to [...]
There was a soft-launch during the Kickstarter campaign, but today everybody is able to pre-order the official Cross of the Dutchman Novel! The legend of Pier Gerlofs Donia is re-written by Frisian author Ate Grypstra. The book will be available in Frisian, Dutch and English and is shipped directly to you, anywhere in the world. [...]