Wednesday, July 22, 2009

John Dillinger Quick Sketch



Just a quickie, I'm working on a couple acrylics, will share some progress with those soon.

DVD and Book News!
All books and DVDs that were purchased before today have been shipped!

Schoolism News!
My next course starts this Friday on the 24th, I still have a couple slots open, but hurry and sign up because I only take 15 students a semester. Click here for more info on my class and Schoolism!

Other News!

I started an Etsy store where I will sell original drawings, sketches, paintings, prints and more! The items for sale on Etsy will change from month to month. Click here to see two brand new original paintings that are now for sale.

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13 Comments:

Blogger Brett McCoy said...

Got my DVD today, as a matter of fact! Thanks!

4:54 PM  
Blogger Antonio Radovcic said...

Cant wait to get my copy here in germany. Thanks for making these and for the affordable Price.

5:06 PM  
Blogger J. Anthony Kosar said...

Cool Dillinger sketch!

5:20 PM  
Blogger Luke Watson said...

GOod to see some originals up for sale. I'll have to save my pennys...

5:50 PM  
Blogger Big Sam said...

I lika da sketches!

5:50 PM  
Blogger Damion009 said...

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FUCKIN AWESOME!

6:05 PM  
OpenID macvance said...

Ordered mine just a few days ago, and got it today.

8:40 PM  
Blogger Su Haitao said...

You are real hard-working and talented people!

4:39 AM  
OpenID macvance said...

Watched it last night and I was very pleased.

Seeing other people do their work reminds me to take my time, and dot the I' s and cross the T 's so to speak.

Never having been to school for any of this, I've figured out quite a bit on my own, but watching Jason really helped me fill in some gaps in my knowledge.

I'll start doing that horizontal flip thing. Right now I keep a little blog of sketchbook and I post unfinished work, and come back sometimes a week or two later to finish them. That's the same thinking he was getting at with looking at the image from a different perspective because sometimes you just get a kind of tunnel vision.

9:22 AM  
Blogger Thomas Fluharty said...

BIGGER J~T

9:51 AM  
Blogger W. K. Moore said...

Love the expression within the eyes Jason. The gaze reveals brewing, calculating violence and a calm nerve to make it all come to pass. They filmed the bank scenes for the movie just up a few blocks (across from Borders) from you in a very cool 30s style, still operational bank. Check out the 2nd floor - open to the public (enemies and friends).

10:52 AM  
Blogger john said...

received my copy of the dvd this morning..fantastic thank you..

7:53 AM  
Blogger John Malcolm said...

DVD was waiting for me when I got in from work just now... So they have started arriving in the UK. Can't wait for the book which is hopefully following on it's heels. Thanks for signing it too Jason.

John

4:17 AM  

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