Friday, April 8, 2011

Ahab

He's one angry whaler
Had some inspiration from the 1956 movie adaptation. That movie has some interesting looking characters, if you know what I mean.

A million pardons for not posting much this week. Been a tad busy with commission work, but never fear, faithful blog followers, I'll be posting like a wild man once its over and done with

9 comments:

Chenny said...

badass scars! these are really cool :D my Fav is the top left, He definitely stands out to me more.

-GFT- said...

Nice :D

Viv said...

Jez, these are awesome!!! Keep up the wonderful work! Thanks for your kind support as well. Cheers :)

Mauricio said...

These are cool! I like the graphic quality especially!

Louise Smythe said...

very nice! i wanna watch the movie now.

Danny Araya said...

jawsome!

"TORI CAT" said...

Hey Jez!!
Your work is great!! So much fun and energy and you have a lovely style!! :)
I dont go on FB too much (i try to avoid wasting hours, being nosey and playing pointless games on there!) hee hee...
but, i was briefly having a cheeky peek whist having my breakfast and i noticed you have coloured up your bagpipe playing Scots man!! YAYIE! He looks ACE!!!! :D I was gunna leave you a comment on there, but then thought i'd leave it on your blog instead!! :D ..... but i don't see him on here tho :( I remember when i saw your original sketch, i was really keen to see him coloured :) he's a perfect characture of the real deal!! :D

I really recommend you watch 'the illusionist' if you haven't already!!! The style and character designs are so inspiring... and some of the charactured Scots could really help spark lots of extra quirks to your 'pipe band' characters!! I'd love to see them all coloured and comped together as if they are jaming with each other! :P

Keep up the fab stuff!!
I'll drop by again soon!!

T.x

"TORI CAT" said...

Do'h!!!
I just found your bagpiper on the 2nd page!! He looks great!! :D
Keep um' coming!! :)

James Woods said...

Hey man, these are awesome! Love the subtle variations and painterly style