As a kid TheoVision really liked to draw, using crayons, pencils and lots of sheets of paper. Later on he experimented with all kinds of techniques and styles, really loving them all. The canvas also became bigger and more exiting, as he started painting on walls or even on skin. In the digital realm he explores pixel art, line and color art, vexel art and he likes to experiment and fool around in Photoshop.
TheoVision started with digital art at a young age as well, using the Commodore 64 (and later the Amiga) and little programms like DeluxePaint.
It were the times when 320x200 was the screen resolution standard en CGA became MCGA and it was just possible to color with a whopping 256 colors on a screen! Early work are therefore showcases of a color extravaganza, in later work he reduced the color count (also to create an additional challenge). TheoVision likes different pixel art styles including iso-art, and solving things like anti-alias by just using skill, lots of time and patience...