Wednesday, July 25, 2007

My Brother Jeremy


Blogger Faboun'e said...

hey your work is realy good !! you made it with photoshop? i like realy ... good work

3:55 AM  
Blogger Dan said...

This is a great insight into your process. Do you go through this process every time, with the value swatches on the canvas? I never even thought about putting a palette on the canvas, makes perfect sense though!

6:38 AM  
Blogger Jim Mayfield said...

Jason...great little mini-tutorial into your process. Also, your bro is wearing a Badger hat which makes the piece even better. Late,


8:40 AM  
Blogger Jason Seiler said...

Thanks guys! As for my painting process . . . sometimes I do a full value painting and then drop color in . . . it's the easiest way to keep your values, and then build from there. But a lot of times I just start with color and build from that . . . what I've shown here is just one way to approach it. My class will be much more in depth.

8:48 AM  
Anonymous IhateDesign said...

i love your "demos", cheers jason!

9:22 AM  
Blogger Jason Seiler said...

Thank you much "ihatedesign" !

10:25 AM  
Blogger Tim Bye said...

Great work Jason! It's fascinating to see the process that you use - really inspiring stuff! You have much talent sir!

10:50 AM  
Blogger Francis Vallejo said...

Thanks for the awesome demos. I hope to take the class once I get out of school. I hope you are still offering it then. BTW, for your professional/freelance work do you ever do a painting in oil, etc..scan it in, and tweak it digitally?
take care,

2:25 PM  
Blogger Jason Seiler said...

Thank you Francis, would be great if you took the class . . . I will most likely be doing this for a while.

As for your question . . . if I paint something traditionally . . . oil, acrylic, or watercolor, I leave it as it is. I will sometimes tweak the contrast or saturation, but only to get the scan or photo to match the original correctly.

3:27 PM  
Blogger Shawn Escott said...

Nice one! Thanks for posting the process!

9:00 PM  
Blogger bog_art said...

It looks so easy when you do it.. thanks for this mini tutorial.. awesome!!..

10:56 AM  
Blogger Larry Seiler said...

love it!!! hhahahaaaa....

10:51 AM  

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