pencil and Indian ink on craft paper;

Photoshop color work

The editors at The Guardian were gracious enough to publish a selection of scans from my Indonesia travel sketchbook in their new amazing supplement Do Something.

The editors at The Guardian were gracious enough to publish a selection of scans from my Indonesia travel sketchbook in their new amazing supplement Do Something.

joshtierney:

João Lemos asked me to write a ballroom battle for his Glass Flowers chapter, resulting in this amazing page. João’s work here goes well beyond what I put into the script.

Josh surprised me with how much freedom he gives his collaborators. He seamlessly embedded the ballroom concept in the adventure’s chain of events.

joshtierney:

João Lemos asked me to write a ballroom battle for his Glass Flowers chapter, resulting in this amazing page. João’s work here goes well beyond what I put into the script.

Josh surprised me with how much freedom he gives his collaborators. He seamlessly embedded the ballroom concept in the adventure’s chain of events.

joshtierney:

Part 18 of Glass Flowers is now online, illustrated by João Lemos. Click the page above for the full comic.

Very happy to have had the chance to be a part of Josh’s ‘Spera’.

joshtierney:

Part 18 of Glass Flowers is now online, illustrated by João Lemos. Click the page above for the full comic.

Very happy to have had the chance to be a part of Josh’s ‘Spera’.

If wishes were horses, beggars would be riders

Indian ink on paper, Photoshop

© joão m. p. lemos

nunoplati:

More development work from “Mia, Tales from the Lost islands”, a creator owned comic book, co created and co written by me and my friend João Lemos, with full art by me.

nunoplati:

Development work on my creator owned book “Mia, Tales from the Lost Islands”. Co-created and co-written by me and João Lemos, with art by me.

nunoplati:

Development work on my creator owned book “Mia, Tales from the Lost Islands”. Co-created and co-written by me and João Lemos, with art by me.

So I’ve doomed myself, mingling as I do with all sorts of wrong crowds. More, soon.

UPDATE: Folks at Gallery Nucleus, besides interviewing me and posting my art, had the amazing kindness to invite me to join an incredible list of artists in their upcoming show Out Of The Shire. That list includes, among many others, the very talented Chris Appelhans, my MicroVisions fellow artist Allen Williams, Sam Bosma, and the remarkable Iain McCaig.
Exhibited will be:
> Witch-King of Angmar
> Radagast
and you can also see my other Tolkien pieces here:
> Fangorn & Fimbrethil
> Samwise Gamgee

UPDATE: Folks at Gallery Nucleus, besides interviewing me and posting my art, had the amazing kindness to invite me to join an incredible list of artists in their upcoming show Out Of The Shire. That list includes, among many others, the very talented Chris Appelhans, my MicroVisions fellow artist Allen Williams, Sam Bosma, and the remarkable Iain McCaig.

Exhibited will be:

> Witch-King of Angmar

> Radagast

and you can also see my other Tolkien pieces here:

> Fangorn & Fimbrethil

> Samwise Gamgee

Gallery Nucleus was kind enough to select my take on the Witch-King of the Nâzgul, as well as my previous Radagast piece, for the blog of their upcoming exhibition Out of the Shire.

Indian ink on laid paper