Monday, August 17, 2009

Something Fishy


Ink, charcoal, and Photoshop. My book 'glum, defeated creatures'will be published soon ;)

I'm loving indian ink, and think I prefer the directness of the the black and white raw painting before the colour work. As usual.

10 comments:

Francesco Malin said...

Woow!! Yes, the black and white is very beautiful but the color gives it warmth and character! great work JP

Samantha Hughes said...

hee hee, Glum Defeated Creatures of the world unite! Great character beautifully executed.

jriggity said...

excellent!

jriggity

Eric Orchard said...

I kind of agree with your preference here. I always tend that way though, I love to see the mark of the artist.In any case this is an astounding piece! Are you joking about the book? You probably are but I'm really hoping otherwise.....(;

Christian said...

Love this sketch man,great blog!

Kab said...

WOw just find your blog!!
Really like your work!

:)

JP said...

Hey guys, always appreciate the visit. Thanks:)

paperclip said...

love yo fish dude
look so mesmorizing

richardcthompson said...

I love 'em both, but yeah, the b&w shows your hands at work, which makes it more interesting. And "glum" is one of my favorite words.

JP said...

Thanks for the thoughts. Always enjoy feedback :)