Heleentje by Wout Paulussen
Heleentje (Tina, 1985)

Wout Paulussen is a freelance illustrator and comics artist. He does illustrations for advertisements, newspapers, presentations, and cartoons, and is known for his illustrations for greeting cards. He drew his first comics for the amateur magazines Fenomeen and Coyote in the early 1980s. In 1985, he created his first comic series, 'Heleentje', which appeared in girls' magazine Tina.

Sweety by Wout Paulussen
Sweety - De Vloek van de Hudonisteen (Coyote #5, 1984)

In 1995-96, he took over the artwork of the humorous horror strip 'Max en Mummie' from Steven Dupré, with scripts by Dick Briel and Ruud den Drijver in Veronicagids. Together with Herman van Veen, he created the football comic 'Jan Kaman' for the Dutch soccer association KNVB. This comic was later continued by Wilma van den Bosch.

Jan Kaman, by Wout Paulussen

Wout Paulussen's website

Last updated: 2012-08-04

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