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Jason Scheier

Jason Scheier
Jason Scheier is a visual development artist and concept designer based in Pasadena, California. His clients include DreamWorks Animation SKG, NBC Universal, Anonymous Content, Honda Automotive, General Electric and DreamWorks Feature Films.

The images on his website gallery have names, though they don’t include references to the projects for which they were designed. Scheier’s focus is on environments and landscapes, sometimes realistic, often wildly imaginative.

His digital renderings feature carefully controlled color palettes and richly textured surfaces. His gallery even includes examples of digital plein air painting (images above, third from bottom) which have a nicely painterly look.

Scheier is also in instructor at the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art where he is teaching an Imaginative Process Seminar on September 13.


4 responses to “Jason Scheier”

  1. JASON!

  2. Hey Charlie, thanks for featuring my paintings here on linesandcolors! Ive been a fan of your blog for years. I use it as an education reference for my classes! All the best! -Jason

  3. Hi i have got a new blog on the go and I am trying to get it out there as much as possible, I love your blog and see you as being quiet an expert at this so I was therefore wondering if you could help me with this and I would love to repay the favor

  4. Hello Peter,

    Thank you for your question, and I’m sorry for the freakishly late response. The key to getting your work out for everyone to see is in activity. You must make a blog that showcases your artwork with “comments enabled”. Once your work is posted with proper titles, and anything else that pertains to the work your displaying; start making it known that your work is up to be viewed. This means hitting some of the major websites right now that feature international artists. Such as CGHub, Deviant Art, Concept Art . org, CG Society, Blogger.. Start to create a dialog between yourself and the community in the highest regard for your fellow artists. Remember that this is a very small world, and the art realm is even smaller. Take your time in finding your way, and keep in mind positivity can only increase your chances in getting noticed. So create great work, and cross your fingers that preparation meets opportunity! I hope that helps. All the best -JS