Monday, August 11, 2008

Isabeau


I'm currently working on many different projects. Some official, and some that I just want to do for myself . . . unfortunately I cannot share most of what I am working on. This post is a tease, only a small portion of a painting that I'm doing for a recent project. It'll be a while before I can share the whole thing, but I felt like sharing something from a painting for a change. My model for this piece is my oldest daughter Isabeau. I can't believe she'll be five this fall.

9 Comments:

Anonymous colin said...

jason, your paintings have inspired me to start painting digitally. what kind of "palette" in photoshop do you use and do you build your own brushes or just use the stock ones. i look forward to seeing new stuff on your blog and try to dissect it. that's cool that you can use your daughter for the model

7:27 PM  
Blogger Larry said...

really like this one!!!

4:16 PM  
Blogger J. Anthony Kosar said...

Awesome, can't wait to see the entire piece.

12:33 AM  
Blogger Katrel DJ said...

Really Love This Pic!!!!!!

10:40 PM  
Blogger Nathan Lindsay said...

i LOVE how pushed this one is.

11:13 AM  
Blogger Jean-Marc Borot said...

Hello Maestro.
This picture is incredible.
Great distorsion (I hope so) and great sensibility. I felt the love and the tenderness you have for the model before I read she's your daughter.
Tell me : was it difficult for you to draw her ?
I tried to draw my daughter once. And if everybody said it was nice, it's been one of the more difficult drawing I ever made.

3:33 PM  
Blogger Jason Seiler said...

Jean-marc,
Thanks much! And no, wasn't hard drawing her . . . it was a bit difficult to get her to make the sort of expressions that I was looking for in this illustration . . . I was able to get close enough to the expression I wanted . . . from there I did what I could to pull it off. It looks just like her in an exaggerated form! Thanks again!

9:13 AM  
Blogger ramanjit said...

its so soft............

3:21 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Amazing work, Mr. Seiler

6:00 PM  

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