Thursday, May 08, 2008

What Lies Beneath



Here is the finished piece for the Beasts of Neptune project I was working on. It took a while, but I am happy with the results. Next up are some traditional pieces with a fantasy bend.

10 comments:

Ariel Alvarez said...

very cool oil paintings, and the space piece is sweet. Looks like you're making the most out of the free time! oh, here's a link to your bizzaro counterpart. His name is also J.P and he's an artist

http://www.targeteart.com/default.htm

Jesse Lee said...

great work, JP!
how long did it take you to render this guy's upper lip?

John-Paul Balmet said...

It took, like, all day long.

Dan Westerman said...

That is just... you are like... I mean.......

I'm buying you a pizza!

jehan said...

this is f'ing disgusting.

good job jp, now I really need to buy a new laptop, i just puked all over my keyboard!

PUKED IN AWESOMENESS that is. awesomely disgusting. tone those suckers down.. omg. you know what i'm talkin about. like.. into shadow! like pitch black.. here let me do a paintover

jehan said...

there. ;)

jehan said...

haha, in my disgustedness, i forgot to mention that i think the way you handled the nebula-ish stuff is quite impressive. how did you make it look so nature made? i mean, like the way ink looks when you droplet it into water.. nature made like that.

Nigel Li said...

dude. thats looks sweet!

chrystal said...

i like the way the inside of his mouth turned out : ). if they weren't connected to the creature, i'd like to roll around in it.

chrystal said...

there's a range. 2 old pieces are $100, 1 is 160, 2are 220,1 is 375,1 is $600. exciting, it's next week!