Monday, March 05, 2007

Final cover for the Kansas City Pitch!

Here's the final cover as well as a small version with the paper's logo to give you all an idea of how it might print. The space on the lower right was left for text. I'd like to thank my pals Tom Fluharty and Chris Wahl for their helpful critiques while working on this piece!


Blogger Lars Doornbos said...

I wonder what their critique sounded like??
..and if they're prepared to spill their critique on me aswell!!

8:31 AM  
Blogger jert said...

whew, that is awesome....

5:10 PM  
Blogger Brian Vasilik said...

Those warm flesh colors really make it
come alive. Nice.

5:23 PM  
Blogger Caricaturas said...

Jason, excellent stuff!!!

6:26 PM  
Blogger marcobucci said...

Dude, I'm in awe with this one! I'm at work right now, and called one of my friends over to see it.
You've got something in the fleshtones here that just is ALIVE!
Well, working overtop of the great expression and composition too.

12:10 PM  
Blogger TS said...

Very cool indeed! I've been checking in on your blog for a couple of months now and I have been interested to get some insight into how you approach your painting. Is there any chance you might give an explanation at some point on this blog.

I'm not a painter by a long shot so I'm always curious to see how people go about thier craft.

1:48 PM  
Blogger Tim Bye said...

Jason your work just blows me away! I have no idea how you do stuff like this - but I'm glad you do! Thanks for sharing a bit of the process. Top stuff!

2:19 PM  
Blogger bog_art said...

this is a lot better than I thought.. Awesome!!..

8:02 PM  
Blogger Jason Seiler said...

Thank you everyone! This was a lot of fun for me to do, I really wanted to do the best Bush that I could . . . I've painted him before and it just gets better and better . . . my first few attempts were years ago, and let me just say that I'm quite embarrassed of what I did back then.

As far as my technique and how I do a painting digitally . . .

It is really nothing special. Sometimes I use layers, but not much and if I do I flatten them soon after, other than that, I just paint. I just put color where I think it should go, and after I have a strong foundation of color, I go over everything with detail. I don't work on one area at a time, I work on the whole piece all at once so I can see it come together.

Basically it's much like how I would paint with anything else, only difference is that it's digital and I can work faster.

8:35 AM  

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