Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Almost finished . . .

Man, I wish I could just work on this painting and finish it already. But, because i'm in the middle of so many different projects I can only work on it a few hours a week. I'm really enjoying the process, I love painting traditionally, there's nothing like it!


Blogger Marco Bucci said...

veeerry friggin cool man! What the heck are you painting on there? Heavyweight watercolor paper?

8:20 PM  
Blogger Tooninator said...

I love seeing an artists workspace. So so cool. Not to mention my favourite painting of yours underway. I really hope I get a chance to pick your mind or at least draw ya at the con. Cheers buddy.

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You ever think about doing an oil painting workshop?

Jan or Feb in Scottsdale or Glendale, AZ. Weather's beautiful, there's a sufficient enough of an art scene here to attract students. I'd do it, and I might be able to scare up one more student.

Run some ads with some Scottsdale galleries or something.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Roderick De Jesus said...

what kind of gloves are those?

9:42 PM  
Blogger Daniel Bejarano Casarino said...

Thanks for sharing this Jason, it is like being inside your workplace looking at this amazing painting moment, what medium are you using? oil and turpentine or something else?

10:56 PM  
Blogger Stevie Ray said...

Your paintings and caricatures are seriously amazing! Really really inspiring! :)

11:48 PM  
Blogger Scott said...

You have a cool art-scene-oasis there. P.S. We have some Ye-oldey-Worldey shops this neck of the woods that sell hats just like yours :-)

1:55 AM  
Anonymous theb said...

This looks amazing ! Can't wait to see the final piece.

4:31 AM  
Blogger Eric Zampieri said...

Great progress! Now you have it in the straight way! I´m just kidding

I love this work and these pictures of your studio, with you working

I´m another one waiting impatient for the complete piece!

5:32 AM  
Blogger Steve Harpster said...

Are Chipotle napkins a must for oil painting? Great looking painting. Really great.

6:45 AM  
Blogger Restrepo said...

Really fantastic this work!!!!The tha painting traditional has a special magic. MASTER!!

6:57 AM  
Blogger alexis said...

This might be a stupid question coming from another fine artist... but what is that you're holding in your left hand? A giant q-tip? (love the work.)

8:12 AM  
Blogger Brad said...

dude your skills are sick! great painting and thanks for sharing the pics of your workspace.
chipotle - YUM!

9:19 AM  
Blogger PBetteo said...

Hell-yes photos, sir!

10:17 AM  
Blogger A. Riabovitchev said...

Your working place looks pretty cool like your picture Jason!:o)

12:34 PM  
Blogger David Malan said...

I am eagerly awaiting this one. While digital is fun and less hassle nothing is like having a real original painting you can hold in your hands. I am really into the slight almost imperceptible stylization just to add interest and the composition is nice. Looks killer from this pov.

1:42 PM  
Blogger Márcio Rocha said...

Seiler. What kind of paper and inks do you use? I like so much your work.

6:23 AM  
Blogger Thomas Fluharty said...

LOVE it bro. Love the image but here's a few other things I love about these snaps.

LOVE the vest you are painting in very cool.

Also love the Chipotle napkins, ANd the skull rocks. God bless you bro~T

3:27 PM  
Blogger Larry said...

Aaaahhh...the big drum stick. Now THAT's how you imbue rhythm into your painting, a few little color accents tossed into the mix!

Curious...I get the feeling you only primed the paper within the sectioned area?

6:20 AM  
Blogger Charles DA COSTA said...

Fantastic work Jason !!! I love your painting traditionally

6:32 AM  
Blogger agatangelo oliveira said...

Why do u use that stick??

9:44 AM  
Blogger Bob Fingerman said...

I always find it inspiring to see a great artist at work. These shots are really intimate. Thanks for posting them.

Agatangelo, read this:

5:41 PM  
Blogger Márcio Rocha said...

Fantastic. Please Seiler, tell me. In this paint what kind of paper and ink did you use? Marcio Rocha - Brazil

6:08 AM  

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