Monday, December 29, 2008

IF: Clandestine



The hot wings may have been a little spicy to the taste... but they had a nasty little secret that snuck up on you and made you feel the burn again...

19 comments:

Katie said...

Very exotic. I love your style.

get zapped said...

You gotta watch what you eat :) gReat take on the prompt.

Btw, loved your comment on get zen, made me lol! Glad the snow is gone....

joseph's art and stuff said...

Oh, I wish the snow was gone here. Nearly a foot fell today... ugh

indigene said...

Beautiful design and color composition!

Detlef said...

Looks like Johnny Cash wasn't the only one who sung the Ring Of Fire. Her facial expression gives the impression she's burst a gasket on her personal bunsen burner.

Her pain comes through in this piece.

isay said...

you succeeded with the movement and the idea of rage and of wanting for more....so cool!

yoon see said...

I do agree with isay here, cool!

jmigration said...

Thanks for the comment. I really like your stuff, especially the sketchbooks. Very graphic, comic/poster style and amazing illustrations. It rocks.

joseph's art and stuff said...

thank you all for the nice comments

InkyDisaster said...

Pass the Mylanta...

ded said...

I love your illustrative style! Very fresh!

Mayumi said...

It's very cold there so eating hot hot spicy buffalo wings that's a good idea!
I love this drawing. How is Kristine doing?

joseph's art and stuff said...

She's doing great! She is visiting now, on break from college.

ArtSparker said...

Funny take on what the Infernal Regions really are - great use of the space.

Twisselman said...

Really like her expression and tossled hair. Great composition, lines and colors. Have a great 2009.

Grimace said...

Hey J, thanks for stopping by, really glad that you liked my stuff. I have to say that I find your moleskine work to be quite fascinating. Working in the notably confined space of a small notebook is a path from which I deviated a long time ago. It takes a clear vision, solid skill and, in my opinion, a good deal of boldness to tolerate, so to speak, the limitations of the medium. Another thing that I salute you for is the relentless usage of black and red, both of which happen to be personal favorites. Your "Hot Buffalo Wings" provides an excellent example of how powerful the combination of the two can be. Keep it up. And have a great '09.

theartofpuro said...

Thanks for the comment

Great illo and style,we looked your blog you are very talented

Hapy new year

Yulia Makarova said...

Great design and interesting typographic solution

joseph's art and stuff said...

Thank you all for the kind words!