BJM-Creative Blog

My name is Joshua Kop, creator / owner of bjm-creative studios. On this blog I would like to keep people up-to-date with my studio's assignments and projects from both the past and present.
I hope you enjoy what you see and for further information please visit my website or mail me at
You have to believe it, to see it!

Thursday, 12 March 2015

Fairytale Festival Promotional Poster

BJM creative, Official sponsor Fairytale Festival.
May 16, 2015 Kaatsheuvel
Tickets now on sale!
Promotional artwork BJM creative

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

BJM creative Official Sponsor Fairytale Festival 2015

BJM creative is proud to be an official sponsor of the Fairytale Festival 2015
May 16 Kaatsheuvel, the Netherlands

Monday, 26 January 2015 Package Design

Whenever I am considering a new assignment, I first take a neutral and fresh look at not just the client but the product too. Gauging the quality of the product, target audiences and overall feeling I am able to gain, greatly influences whether or not I am willing to team-up with the potential company / business. With Bamigo, there was little hesitation.

Bamigo is a new and inspiring clothing brand focused on comfort, quality and durability. BJM-creative was happy to provide the designs for the eco-friendly packaging that fits in your letterbox.
Read more here:

Here are some of the initial concept designs:

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

BJM Office Art

New & expanding in 2015. BJM Office Art!
Considering the average Dutch person spends on average 153 hours of a month at the office, why not at least have an awesome office?!
Custom made and unique artwork that visualizes your specific business themes and elements. Alternatively, ready-made artwork available for both lease or purchase. The best part is, the possibilities are seemingly endless; canvas prints, framed prints, on glass prints, mesh prints, designer frames, wall paper print and more. All in a diverse range of sizes.
Want to pimp an otherwise empty office and create an ‘ice-breaker’ talking point for both clients and staff? Maybe enlighten and invigorate your workers with a fun and positively charged artwork displayed on that lonely office wall. Even have the company logo subtly or centred in a customized work creating something truly unique, almost anything is possible.
Curious? Interested and want to know more? Contact BJM creative at your convenience.

Thank you
06 438 204 77

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Just a Flesh Wound Final Coloured

Just a Flesh Wound final pages coloured. These will be featured in the Steampunk Originals Anthology Volume 8 book. Written by Mike Schneider

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Just a Flesh Wound comic pages

Just a Flesh Wound
Pencilled (digital) pages
Written by Mike Schneider

Page 1
Row 1
Panel 1 ( 1/3 height full width )
an old master is meditating on the porch of his dojo. a ninja moves through the shadows of the darkened dojo behind him
'Just a Flesh Wound' - Mike Schneider +

Row 2
Panel 2 ( 1/3 height 1/2 width )
the old master looks in his general direction without turning his head. behind the master we see the ninja quietly sneaking across the dojo floor.

Panel 3 ( 1/3 height 1/4 width )
the old master's hand touches his sword

Panel 4 ( 1/3 height 1/4 width )
flash of the blade slashing across a black panel

Row 3
Panel 5 ( 1/3 height full width )
the ninja runs through the front courtyard past the meditating master ( who seems to have not moved ) holding a bleeding stump ( he's missing an arm ). the ninja turns his head back to the master.
Ninja: Tis but a scratch.

Page 2
Row 1
Panel 1 ( 2/5 height 1/2 width )
the ninja ( he now has a mechanical replacement arm ) is perched on a nearby rooftop spying on the master ( who is sweeping the dojo's porch ).

Panel 2 ( 2/5 height 1/2 width )
the ninja jumps down behind the sweeping master with is sword out.

Row 2
Panel 3 ( 1/5 height 2/3 width )
from in front of the master we see the ninja about to slash him... the master looks back without turning his head
Master: You don't want to do that.

Panel 4 ( 1/5 height 1/3 width )
flash of a blade downward slash across black panel

Row 3
Panel 5 ( 2/5 height full width )
the ninja runs off holding the bleeding stump of his other arm with his mechanical one. The master looks at the ninja's arm and pool of blood. The master is focused on the mess the ninja is looking back at the master. 
Master ( to himself ): Pity. I just swept there.
Ninja ( to the master ): It's just a flesh wound.

Page 3
Row 1
Panel 1 ( 1/3 height 2/3 width )
Ninja ( with a pair of mechanical arms ) jumps down from the sky with sword in hand at the master who is focused on tending to his garden

Panel 2 ( 1/3 height 1/3 width )
flash of the blade sideways slash across black panel

Row 2
Panel 3 ( 2/3 height full width )
the ninja walking away gorilla style on his mechanical knuckles ( his torso cut in half ) and intestines hanging out and trailing behind him. In the background the old master continues tending to his garden

Page 4
Row 1
Panel 1 ( 1/2 height full width )
the master sits sipping tea when the ninja ( now a fully mechanical steam-powered body with a large glowing furnace in his chest.. all that's left of the original ninja is his head ) bursts through the front gate.

Row 2 ( 1/3 height 2/3 width )
Panel 2
The old master looks up at the mechanical ninja and reaches for his sword 
Ninja: Have at you!

Panel 3 ( 1/3 height 1/3 width )
flash of the blade only it stops hitting the hard surface

Page 5
Panel 1 ( 2/5 height full width )
the old master lands in a kendo fighting stance. the mechanical ninja laughs
Ninja: Ha. Foolish old man. Your sword can't cut my mechanical body!

Panel 1 ( 3/5 height full width )
the old master looks towards his tea setting without turning his head.
Ninja: I am a marvel of the steam age... technology always triumphs!

Page 6
Panel 1 ( 1/3 height 2/3 width )
old man turns toward the tea setting as he turns his back, the ninja starts to slash down at him with his sword.

Panel 2 ( 1/3 height 1/3 width )
liquid slashes across black panel

Panel 3 ( 2/3 height full width )
the ninja is stopped short frozen in his attack... steam rises out of him.  The old master stands holding the now-empty tea pot in hand tea splashed at the ninja's furnace putting the fire out.

Page 7
Panel 1 (2/5 height full width)
the old master practices his kendo in the dojo's courtyard facing away from the ninja in the background. The ninja is in the same exact position only now his mechanical body looks rusty/ weathered

Panel 2 (3/5 height full width)
facing the ninja we see his head's still alive and looks very angry/ frustrated. the master is in the background practicing his kendo.
Ninja: Come back here and take what's coming to you. I'll bite your legs off!