Jeremy Enecio is a Phillipines-born, NY-based illustrator, represented by Levy Creative Management. Enecio’s rich imagination is complemented by incredible rendering skill. He’s done a lot of work for an impressive roster of clients, in a variety of media including digital and traditional painting and drawing, doing concept art, character design, and editorial illustration. To call him diverse is something of an understatement.
Although I’ve been seeing Enecio’s work floating around the interwebs for some years now, I was visiting exhibition-ism yesterday (one of my favourite blogs) and they had posted a bunch of recent work by Enecio that is truly stellar. I followed the links to his portfolio website and from there ended up on his blog, where I saw a digital illustration piece he describes as “something I’ve been playing with on and off for a while now, mainly to exercise my concepting muscle.” Oh, is that all? More like Oh. Em. Gee.
This is just nuts. Here’s a couple of details.
Just playing around.
Consider me blown away. Not convinced yet? OK, here’s a page from his sketchbook.