Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Jacque and the Kelp Stalk

Here's a different interpretation of Jack and the Beanstalk: an underwater version!Artist Richard Peter Han explains his interpretation (from his BLOG):
Jacque is a deepsea treasure hunter and scavenger, when he comes across a kelp field and see's a giant sea monster climbing up a gigantic stalk carrying treasures up into his kelp lair.
And here he is, 'running' from the giant/sea monster on a giant nautilis.Here are a couple of design drawings for the main characters:I highly recommend clicking for the full view on the main paintings and the Jacque character sheet in particular - the scope of the paintings are beautiful and the character sheet is wonderfully expressive!

You can see more of Pete's wonderful designs, concepts and drawings HERE.

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