Jason Edmiston’s “The Hand of Ming” Painting Process Photos

If you’ve been to our gallery on 4115 Guadalupe St., then you’ve surely seen the AMAZING painting of Ming The Merciless by Jason Edmiston. If you haven’t been yet, it’s not an easy thing to miss. Displayed in a golden frame, this piece’s vivid colors demand that it be seen. Jason is an amazing artist and to show just how talented he is, we present to you these process photos of Jason creating his stunning work.

We put up the remaining original pieces on the site in our new GALLERY section today and if you’re interested in purchasing it, you can find it HERE.

18 thoughts on “Jason Edmiston’s “The Hand of Ming” Painting Process Photos

  1. Rob Gould

    A stunning piece of art, I thought I had seen some great digital artwork on line but this is breathtakingly good, thank you for showing us how it was created…

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  2. UncDon

    Hi Jason – you make this stuff look easy, 1.2.3. But, I know it’s not. Looks like you should be teaching at OCAD…on the side of course. As always, am impressed with your art. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Mark Raats

    Breathtaking work and such a refreshing change to see fingers and paint as opposed to a Wacom tablet and a PS interface…

    A visual feast and a tremendous final result. Warmest congratulations Jason!

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  4. Stone

    Amazing work. I’m a huge geek for the Flash Gordon movie, so this work holds a special place in my heart. If you ever offer prints please let us know.

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  5. IggyD

    Jason.. once again you blow my mind with your talent! I too hope to own a screened print of this someday!!!!!

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