Monday, March 15, 2010

15 minute warm up sketch



15 minute quick sketch . . . . good practice for me as I tend to be a slow poke unless I'm under a deadline . . . so this was good fun and good practice!

My next course at Schoolism starts on April 16th, there are only 15 spaces and seats are filling up, so sign up today! For more info, please vist www.schoolism.com and read my previous blog post!

12 Comments:

Blogger Jonathan said...

Awesome man love the looseness! I know what you mean about warming up, I tend to go slow when starting my day with painting.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Torren said...

whats up jason, that sketch is awesome, it looks just like "precious". even with it being as loose as it is, its dead on.

2:27 PM  
Blogger DGV said...

Wow, amazing!! The likeness is incredible with only a few digital brush-strokes. :D

6:20 PM  
Blogger Aaron Wilkin said...

Hey man, nice job on Precious!!! Also, I really want to sign up for you April course!!! I think I could really learn a lot from it!!! I'm gonna try to save up some funds in the next coupe weeks!!!!

2:40 AM  
Blogger Wouter Tulp said...

Beatiful skletch, great colors!

3:31 AM  
Blogger Jenea said...

don't have words.... :) "Push"
This film got so much Oscar!!!

8:29 AM  
Blogger Thomas Fluharty said...

LOVE IT~T

12:27 PM  
Blogger Restrepo said...

Cool!!! FANTASTIC!!!

8:58 PM  
Blogger Jason Horning said...

it's amazing that you can do that in 15 min. really awesome!

8:31 PM  
Anonymous Deivison said...

it's perfect...Parabéns in Brazil
bye!

10:46 PM  
Blogger Will Appledorn said...

ha! I'm surprised i haven't seen more of these.nice sketch

btw, i glanced at the newspaper just now (wall street journal)and noticed some caricatures. looked and saw "illustration by Jason Seiler". weird to see an illustration in the paper by an artist i was familiar with.

11:10 AM  
Blogger Lil Artroom said...

Nice job Jason......looks just like Precious.

4:10 AM  

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