H.W.Fluks at telecom.tno.nl
Tue Sep 14 20:11:56 CEST 2004
Here's some interesting new from
From Floyd Norman:
I've had the pleasure of working with him over the last ten years or
so, usually at Disney in Feature Animation and in Publishing. True,
Daan did work on "The Three Musketeers," but as always, his stay was
Don't worry about Daan going back to Europe. He's continually doing
that, and he always comes back. He does the most amazing drawings, and
his writing is pretty good as well, though a bit on the dark side. Must
be a Dutch thing.
I would love to have "The Flying Dutchman" on any project I'm working
From Dan D. Sparks:
It was ten years ago already, when I worked with Daan at the early
beginnings of Warner Features. It was with him I first encountered the
word "Glom". He thought I was weird for not knowing what that word
meant. I thought he was weird for knowing that word. Ten years later I
realize he was right.
From Daan himself (via Steve G):
Yes, I will return to my
native country, the Netherlands (soon) after one year of Dreamworks
storyboarding, to continue my comic book work (full time).
My last completed Duck stories for Egmont Publishing were a redrawn
'King Scrooge the First' and my own 'Easter Basket Case', a dark
(indeed) easter romp.
Just written and scribbled: a golf story (Luck or Skill?) and a
concession stand in the dessert-story.
Stories both steeped in melancholy and despair, yet optimistically
submitted for editorial scrutiny and approval.
Will I never learn?
A public service message for you all.
(From Harry: Yay! King Scrooge the First! Can't wait to see it!)
Harry Fluks, TNO Telecom, Delft, The Netherlands
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