Saturday, March 15, 2008

tales

For my thesis I've been illustrating short stories and folk lore from around the world. These are the ones done in water color. I will try and get better quality photos soon.

This one is an Icelandic fairy tale called The Father of Eighteen Elves, which is a story about changelings.


This next one is a work in progress. It's from a Russian fairy tale called The Water Snake.

7 comments:

Ted Terranova said...

It's cool seeing your traditional work. They're looking great.

kenjibliss said...

Jeremy your images are sooo nice and refreshing. The designs are awesome too. Can't wait to see more dude!

Colin Campbell said...

Yeah, I love these. The Father of Eighteen Elves one is just amazing. You've got a real touch for watercolor.

Colin Campbell said...

I was thinking about the second WIP piece over the last few days. You should check out Frederick Hart's tympanums from the National Cathedral; they're really amazing examples of bodies writhing and entwined together.

Jeremy Enecio said...

hey thanks colin. just checked out his stuff. those scupltures are amazing! definitely someone to keep in mind.

jessicahara said...

i hate you

jessicahara said...

but with love :)