AWESOME! You truly are a amazing artist Brad. Thanks for the new wallpaper by the way.
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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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No, I have years of traditional experience with pencil work.
Originally Posted by riceface
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!
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!
Originally Posted by Lyle Moore
I appreciate your support man, thanks.
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.
Originally Posted by Android
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.
Im glad you like it Eric, I hope the tutorial delivers!
Originally Posted by Eric Lofgren
Im really loooking forward to sharing and seeing what happens!
Originally Posted by Liffey
Thanks for the compliments.
Im very much an earthling!
Originally Posted by zweiDee
Im glad you like it ZD, thanks =)
Im grateful for the support and interest, thank you!
Originally Posted by aiRaGe
Glad you dig it daprato, thank you!
Originally Posted by daprato
Hee hee, thanks!
Originally Posted by smokenmirrors
I really enjoyed working on him, im a sucker for those big-bruiser archetypes.
Originally Posted by csteingart
Thanks cstiengart, thats a really kind compliment and exceeding expectations is a big goal of mine.
Im glad you dig it DARYL!
Originally Posted by 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 all so much for the interest, kind words and insightful critiques - looking forward to this hitting the shelf!
God bless and take care.
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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.
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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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