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    AWESOME! You truly are a amazing artist Brad. Thanks for the new wallpaper by the way.

    2011 Sketchbook

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    Ha ha ha, this is sick. Bravo

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    u MonSTER that gun look ...3D how do u find such nerves

    lova the drawing ,cool eyes on the monsters ,cant give u any crits ^^

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    I've heard and read Jason Manley say something to the effect of: there are artists today that are more successful at drawing and painting realistically from the imagination than ever before in art history. I sincerely hope your admirably humble nature does not make you dismiss this as over-enthusiastic fan-talk when I say that you are a prime example of this. You are a true inspiration to us all. Thank you.

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    thats awesome man! looking forward to watching

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    It's like a still from a super awesome cut scene. Just damn ridiculous man - your video is definitely on my list of must haves.

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    Rock solid work my friend... you are very focused and got the eye for perfection, a rare combo if you ask me. Looking forward to viewing,
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    Amazing work as usual.
    What can I say ? The compo is great, the colors is amazing, the lighting is wonderful, and so on ...
    Congrats and thx for the tutorial

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    Sweet! Been a fan of your work for a while now Brad so I will be sure to pick up your tutorial!

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    wow man, it really shocked me. we all can feel how the characters are walking toward us, the atmosphere is superb.
    thank you very much for share!

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    Great work, the atmosphere is so seducing..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riceface View Post
    wow can't wait to purchase this..

    hey cryptcrawler, you started out pure digital with zero traditional background right???

    p.s. i think i read u started out with digital 8 years ago.. if so ur an inspiration for people like me who hates traditional painting and refuse to learn
    No, I have years of traditional experience with pencil work.
    I personally love traditional mediums and would be going full-on oil painting if I had the access to learning how to use it properly.
    Thanks for your support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lyle Moore View Post
    Can't wait for this!!!
    Thanks Lyle, I appreciate your questions in the education section, Im happy to say that I got to each question, I just wasnt able to be as fancy as I wanted to and mention everyone by name. All ground is covered!
    I appreciate your support man, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Android View Post
    Brad-
    Bravo, you have really outdone yourself, I can really feel the love you fused into this one,

    thank you, We Really Dig it!
    Hey thank you so very much Android, I appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment and im grateful my love come through on this one - it wasnt hard to summon it since it was for CA.ORG.
    I really, really loved your Jesus portrait by the way - one day when im rich and famous ill purchase a huge print of it and get a snazzy frame for it.

    I appreciate you man, thanks for the kind words.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Lofgren View Post
    Simply outstanding stuff!
    Im glad you like it Eric, I hope the tutorial delivers!

    Quote Originally Posted by Liffey View Post
    Jaw-dropping, as always, I'm dying to get some insight to your process.
    Im really loooking forward to sharing and seeing what happens!
    Thanks for the compliments.

    Quote Originally Posted by zweiDee View Post
    you sir, are not from this earth. well done!
    Im very much an earthling!
    Im glad you like it ZD, thanks =)

    Quote Originally Posted by aiRaGe View Post
    Oh yesss! I'm so going to buy this
    Im grateful for the support and interest, thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by daprato View Post
    Simply wow
    Glad you dig it daprato, thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by smokenmirrors View Post
    tentacle fore arms..... lovin it!
    Hee hee, thanks!
    I really enjoyed working on him, im a sucker for those big-bruiser archetypes.

    Quote Originally Posted by csteingart View Post
    Now that's a posse! By far exceeded my expectations for the final image. I never thought orc's were sexy... till now!

    -c
    Hah!
    Thanks cstiengart, thats a really kind compliment and exceeding expectations is a big goal of mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by DARYL View Post
    superwonderfulawesomeness! her left arm seems a bit short to me, but that's really minor to the great feat that image is. looking forward to the download!
    Im glad you dig it DARYL!
    Yeah that arm didnt really read how I intended it to; its supposed to be bent back a bit while her forearm is angled slightly forward. I putzed with it a good while and extending it even a little bit seemed to throw her out of wack - which means something larger is at work and off.
    It doesnt hang your eye up but its not 100% correct either - good catch!

    Onward and upward as they say - progress not perfection.

    EDIT: Lengthened the arm a bit more, still might not be 100% perfect but its better - let me know what you think DARYL.
    Thanks!


    Thanks all so much for the interest, kind words and insightful critiques - looking forward to this hitting the shelf!

    God bless and take care.
    -Brad

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    wow, that's amazing! I can't wait to watch

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    Gorgeous stuff dude-it's crazy rendered/painted. Looks like a 3d rendered image.
    Cheers

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    Oh yeah! i really cant express anything else but, that's a totally awesome picture!

    waiting in line to watch it!

    Thank you for this

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    awesome-a-tasic shtuff!!!

    Bravo!!

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    Every time I get back to this thread I love the piece even more. But there's one thing I'd like to comment on. The lady's gun-arm seems a bit stiff. I've been thinking and I think it's partly because the arm, the hand and the gun all go in the same direction, and partly because the sleeve is the same width all the way down, and then the hand and the gun are more or less equally wide too. I realize that in the pose you're going for you would have a straight arm on the back swing like that, but compared to the other arm (which works great) this one feels a bit weak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonChan View Post
    wow, that's amazing! I can't wait to watch
    Hey, thank you so very much, Jason! Its really thrilling to know youll be watching, im a big admirer of how you think through and execute your characters.
    Best wishes to you and yours,
    Brad

    Quote Originally Posted by wesburt View Post
    thats awesome man! looking forward to watching
    Wes, thanks so much! Im really glad you like it, it means a lot to me that you do. I love that touch you give your characters, you really give them that history and life; thats a big goal of mine - thanks for raising the bar for us.
    I cant wait to see more of your work.
    All the very best to you and yours,
    Brad

    Quote Originally Posted by Oni Rem View Post
    d-d-d-dat...m-m-m-m-m-mafucker crazy!!!!
    Thoroughly!
    Thanks for you enthusiasm Oni =)

    Quote Originally Posted by DeKal View Post
    Holy fucking shit
    Dekal, thank you mang. I spent a good deal of time talking about how and when I use reference, I hope it covers your question sufficeintly. Thanks very much for your continued interest, im really grateful for it.
    Best wishes,
    Brad

    Quote Originally Posted by aaro_n View Post
    duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude

    can't wait to see this!!
    Im looking forward to this hitting the shelf, too - thanks for the interest aaro_n!

    Quote Originally Posted by gerezon View Post
    Seriously impressive! Can't wait till the video is out!
    Thank you very much, im excited about it myself!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    AWESOME! You truly are a amazing artist Brad. Thanks for the new wallpaper by the way.
    Hah!
    Thank you Lone Wolf!
    Im really looking forward to it releasing, I cover it all and then some - I very much appreciate your continued interest and for getting on my case to produce one!
    I really hope it satisfies!
    Best wishes,
    Brad

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    Ha ha ha, this is sick. Bravo

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    Thank you very much!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Alexandrov View Post
    u MonSTER that gun look ...3D how do u find such nerves

    lova the drawing ,cool eyes on the monsters ,cant give u any crits ^^
    Oh, theres plenty to crit, having some time away from it allows me to see things that could have been decribed better. Im glad you like all the little goodies I put in there!

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by Serpian View Post
    I've heard and read Jason Manley say something to the effect of: there are artists today that are more successful at drawing and painting realistically from the imagination than ever before in art history. I sincerely hope your admirably humble nature does not make you dismiss this as over-enthusiastic fan-talk when I say that you are a prime example of this. You are a true inspiration to us all. Thank you.
    Serpian, thank you.
    Its a dream come true to have artists say stuff like that to you, its something ill always want to hear and when I do I never quite believe im hearing it - hee hee!
    Its not a matter of trying to stay humble and grounded that makes me dispute amazing compliments like yours, Serpian; its more a matter of knowing that the end result will always fall short of what I want to see.

    It will never look real enough for me.
    The ultimate goal is to make the distance between what I want to see and what I produce non-existent; to make the unreal as real as possible; to surpass even 3D, so you almost think it moved.

    Its an obsession quite frankly, one that some days im not very realistic about, but for the most part its the trying that is the most fun and most educational.

    So while Im very grateful for your kind words, I see only how I can improve and how I currently fall short. There have been a few times that ive unknowingly rested on my laurels and it felt like catching myself being asleep at the wheel; horror.
    Hahaha that sounds so melodramatic but its really true, im a simple man - I just want to be the best artist I can be and am afraid of not trying.


    Thank you all for taking the time to comment!

    God bless and take care of yourselves,
    Brad

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    the anticipation for this download is high on my list of things to get. looks outstanding. ;]

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    dude thats awezome! *waiting for the tutorial*

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    I've already seen the image.

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    Amazing painting! Love your work man! It's very inspiring. You have such a great sense or rendering, lighting, composition, subtlety, etc, etc. You rock man! Can't wait to get the tutorial!

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    Gorgeous art, I don't know how you do it, It's really inspired!

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    This looks like it's a movie, like Ghostbusters 2014 or some crazy mutant sewar dwellars.
    The sneak peek was great, the Slayer bikini really got me. Then I saw her face and bald head, uuugghh that really knocked me over. Can't wait to buy the video.

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    Goddamn son. Nice work. I can't wait to watch the video. Been waiting so see how you work for a long time now. Keep this golden wacom pen moving son.

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    I love this piece!!!!! Looking so much forward to the release, can't wait to watch the process.

    I'm really curious about how you tackle such a big highly rendered piece without geting into trouble of overrendering.

    thanks so much for your effort and art man!

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by artmessiah View Post
    It's like a still from a super awesome cut scene. Just damn ridiculous man - your video is definitely on my list of must haves.
    Sweet!
    Thank you for the support, artmessiah! The cool thing is your not just helping support me but this place as well, and that means just as much to me.
    Im glad you like the work and im really happy you got a cut-scene feel - thats exactly what im going for with my personal work and ideally my commercial work - if im afforded breathing room that is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bomba View Post
    Rock solid work my friend... you are very focused and got the eye for perfection, a rare combo if you ask me. Looking forward to viewing,
    -Jason
    Jason thank you so much, your encouragement and praise really mean a lot to me.
    Best wishes,
    Brad

    Quote Originally Posted by Serge Birault View Post
    Amazing work as usual.
    What can I say ? The compo is great, the colors is amazing, the lighting is wonderful, and so on ...
    Congrats and thx for the tutorial
    Its a pleasure and a privilege my man.
    Thanks very much for the kind words, im really digging what you do; sweet rendering fun content. Your ideas and work is fun-loving and carefree, it feels good to look at it and you can tell you like doing it. Thanks for that.
    Best wishes,
    Brad

    Quote Originally Posted by zimfin View Post
    Sweet! Been a fan of your work for a while now Brad so I will be sure to pick up your tutorial!
    Thank you so much, im very grateful for the support!
    I hope it delivers, zim.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo Robles View Post
    wow man, it really shocked me. we all can feel how the characters are walking toward us, the atmosphere is superb.
    thank you very much for share!
    Its a privilege to do so - thank you very very much for the kind words, I really shot for a sense of movement and atmosphere.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amanieu View Post
    Great work, the atmosphere is so seducing..!
    Thank you Amanieu, I appreciate the compliment.

    Quote Originally Posted by steven6 View Post
    Gorgeous stuff dude-it's crazy rendered/painted. Looks like a 3d rendered image.
    Cheers
    Music to my ears!
    Thanks very much steven6

    Quote Originally Posted by renderwhite View Post
    Oh yeah! i really cant express anything else but, that's a totally awesome picture!

    waiting in line to watch it!

    Thank you for this
    Im only able to offer it thanks to this place.
    Im so glad you dig the work - thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Strange_Days View Post
    Bravo!!
    Thank you sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by Serpian View Post
    Every time I get back to this thread I love the piece even more. But there's one thing I'd like to comment on. The lady's gun-arm seems a bit stiff. I've been thinking and I think it's partly because the arm, the hand and the gun all go in the same direction, and partly because the sleeve is the same width all the way down, and then the hand and the gun are more or less equally wide too. I realize that in the pose you're going for you would have a straight arm on the back swing like that, but compared to the other arm (which works great) this one feels a bit weak.
    Thanks for the crit serpian!
    Yeah, that arm didnt really translate as successfully as I had hoped. Generally as a rule if my eye doesnt get hung up on something then I dont fiddle with it too much and make changes within a few weeks of it being finished if need be - and that was the case here.
    I made a few changes to it like lengthening it, but it simply isnt perfect, its more than likely not in the exact position it should be in and maybe a little short?
    I had to improvise since I couldnt find a photo that matched it exactly, I gather reference after I compose and even then I dont keep it open while I work, I practice to it then start from scratch and try and recall it for the actual piece, except in the case of commercial work where ill look at a photo open while I work.
    Ill probably spot how its off in about a year from now when my skills and critical eye (hopefully) progress.
    Until then its another lesson learned and upward I go!


    Thanks all so much for taking the time to comment, until next time!

    God bless and take care,
    Brad

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    great awesome work

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattGamer View Post
    the anticipation for this download is high on my list of things to get. looks outstanding. ;]
    Im very excited about it too, thanks so much for the support, Matt!



    Quote Originally Posted by Lotet View Post
    dude thats awezome! *waiting for the tutorial*
    Thanks man! Itll be released soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by zerdron View Post
    I've already seen the image.
    Ok!

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyParkArt View Post
    Amazing painting! Love your work man! It's very inspiring. You have such a great sense or rendering, lighting, composition, subtlety, etc, etc. You rock man! Can't wait to get the tutorial!
    That means a lot coming from a talent like you, Andy! I really enjoy your work - you got it all; rock-solid concepts that dont rely on over-the-top gimmicks, original and polished excecution, really sweet compositions and dynamic poses!
    I always look forward to you releasing work and you taking the time to comment on mine means a lot to me.

    Best wishes to you and yours,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeliseyev View Post
    Gorgeous art, I don't know how you do it, It's really inspired!
    Im grateful you think so - thank you for taking the time to leave a comment!

    Quote Originally Posted by zeal View Post
    This looks like it's a movie, like Ghostbusters 2014 or some crazy mutant sewar dwellars.
    The sneak peek was great, the Slayer bikini really got me. Then I saw her face and bald head, uuugghh that really knocked me over. Can't wait to buy the video.
    Hee hee, thank you zeal!
    I giggled at the teaser a bit because it was intentionally misleading and quite honestly, short skirts and dollar bills; sex always draws attention.
    I very much appreciate your support because it not only supports me but this place, and this place is a fundamental part of my growth.
    All the best to you,
    Brad

    Quote Originally Posted by romance View Post
    Goddamn son. Nice work. I can't wait to watch the video. Been waiting so see how you work for a long time now. Keep this golden wacom pen moving son.
    Ill do my damndest!
    Im grateful for the support and compliments, I hope the tutorial provides something useful for you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Delmar View Post
    I love this piece!!!!! Looking so much forward to the release, can't wait to watch the process.

    I'm really curious about how you tackle such a big highly rendered piece without geting into trouble of overrendering.

    thanks so much for your effort and art man!

    cheers

    Andi
    Thanks Andi!

    Practice is how, making failure after failure is how.
    I dont intentionally fail, but I almost look forward to it because I always learn something. There were a lot of failures on this one and solving a lot of them got me walking away with some valuable real estate I can invest in.

    For instance; the lead character was an enormous amount of trouble, she stays broken for most of the tutorial until the very end when I finally get the guts to tackle it. What I walked away with after doing this was a big reminder to be more patient with the intial sketch and just dont throw myself to the wolves every time. The irony is I spent close to 200 hours creating this work and I hack and slash my way through the initial sketch, which I spend a lot of the tutorial correcting.
    The difficulty in implementing that is the exact crux of the question you pose: how to balance spontantious creation with rendering the life out of everything.
    I rely on chaos to build the initial sketch to some degree, so balancing that to get a more productive workflow is the challenge ill be facing ahead; and that became a glaring epiphany on this one.

    Take care and thanks again



    Quote Originally Posted by DeKal View Post
    im drowning in anticipation man!!
    Me too and thanks so much for your enthusiam Dekal!

    Quote Originally Posted by thedevilsown View Post
    great awesome work
    Thank you so much devilsown!



    Looking forward to this baby hitting the shelves, not long now!
    Deep, deep thanks for all the interest and comments, gang!

    Be safe!
    Brad

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