Saturday, August 11, 2007

Siggraph 2007


I spent a few days with Corel at Siggraph this past week. I was demonstrating painter in their booth, doing interviews, and demonstrating in the guerrilla studio. It was great fun. I met a lot of interesting and great people, made connections with some that I already know, and generally painted my little heart out and talked to anyone that would stop and listen.

Anyway, this is the results of one of the days efforts. I put in the pink bunny at the very end of the day since one of the people in the Corel booth wanted to know why I painted such dark subject matter. I thought it added a bit of sunshine to the whole thing...don't you?

11 comments:

skraby said...

Great sense of humour... :)

638 said...

Hmmm not sure I'd hang that on a child's wall... I like though.

Gav.

Anonymous said...

Always awesome!
I think that if I was at one of your demonstrations...the security would get paid to take me away! :)
I'll stand there, all day, drooling away in awe! :)

Regards
André

DonSeeg said...

Thank everyone. This was really a fun image to paint. Sometimes they just work out well and this one seemed to flow.

Mark Behm said...

Heh heh. Very cool. Sorry I couldn't make it this year.

mattia said...

GRANDE!!!!
i love your stile!

ciaoooooo!

yeah!

Ken said...

this is very cool...

I read your book a while back, it was very inspiring! I learnt a lot from that

Anonymous said...

Absolutely the best ever....the imagination and ability to create it on paper is awsome! Your creative genius is amazing...even if it is usually a bit scarry!

Susi said...

I love it, you are such a blast! Also loving the Figure Painting class!!

Judd Parker said...

I think the addition of the rabbit really adds to the composition.

Your presentation at UVSC last Tuesday evening was inspiring.

I can't wait to tell "Alice" that I met you.

Ramón Miranda said...

I would like to talk with you Don.Your words are always well chosen.Yo have a lot of experience and seem to be a god person. also a funny person. I see this type odf sketching and i realised that they are so simple.. no too much color no too much lines no too much stuff. i love them. Poor bunny! will you fix him?