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    The 72 Suicide

    Done in Painter. About fifty hours.

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    These grapes taste like Fresno! -- Steinbeck
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    Extremely nice!

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    great idea and execution

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    Great concept and artwork. Like the overall texture of the metal armor.

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    good job on the lighting. very nice

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    i always enjoy seeing new work from you. great edge control. have you done any robot paintings in oils or are they all digital?

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    Thats some fine work.
    As stated already, great edge work, the image has a great sense of volume....
    Look forward to seeing more

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    If only you sold prints of that pic...

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    Dare I say, Its about time you post a new robot picture!!!!!!!!!!!

    ....and man, it delivers. Mr Head, Im a fan! have been for a while.....

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    damn straight! bot me baby!
    nicely done, my frand....nicely done!
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    I echo all that have been said, BUT DAMN THAT TITLE IS SO FUCKIN AWESOME!

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    This is a beauty. I'm serious when I say I hope you put a book out with all your robots, they're amazing.

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    just brilliant.
    like the rest of your work, mate.
    brilliant.

    thank you.

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    uh.. where's the fish
    welcome back Brian.
    how about Itally ? You know youneed to get into those workshops

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    Beautiful. Just beautiful.

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    Very nice one. Love that ring under his head that feels like a jaw unhinged.

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    Fantastic piece, Brian. The subtle touches of blue and orange are incredibly effective and those hands! Amazing.

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    Holy shit... it's been a loooooong time since I've seen yer pretty face. Looks sweet bro, curious to see how close you are to finally having a collective of bots to share with the world.
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    "tool & die" lovely pun fantastic painting.

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    nice one Brian, a few more and you'll be at 100.

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    Wait, is this one associated with the series of 100?

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    Niiiiice!! the lighting make it really solid . I wanna see more.

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    Damn cool. Great textures, lighting and brushwork.

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    This illustration rocks !
    Love the small hints of orange and blue-green on the robots.

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    marvelous, especially the subtle warm tones in the back.
    i love it

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    excellent, story, style everything

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    your robots are allways nice to see around, nice stuff

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    Talking

    Thanks all for the kind words. I do appreciate it.

    Voodoochile- I have but it didn't turn out too well, I'm currently doing another and I've got plans to revisit some of the digital pieces in oils.

    I.was.ink- Ha! Maybe I will...

    nicolas- If you only knew how much time I spent on your site touching your things...

    Mr. Visions- Someday there'll be a book... someday.

    Oblio- It's in his trunk! No, it's in the bureau!!!

    Matt Dixon- Hey mate, thanks man. It's time to get another bot from you!

    MikeCorriero- yeah that was the plan. Unfortunately for me though, I didn't do them in order so it's more like eighty something to go.

    Bomba- Duuude, we should chat.

    And to everyone, thanks for the support and the comments. Gotta run, I've got a ton of work piling up.

    These grapes taste like Fresno! -- Steinbeck
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    its great to see work like this, where it's 100% obvious every hue, tone and stroke was chosen and placed with both deliberation and precision, and yet the image remains brilliantly alive and kicking... the bucket

    what was your working size (pixel dimensions), if you don't mind my asking?

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    I usually do these at 1800 x 2400 and then zoom out to 50% to paint it. I find any closer gives me too much temptation to render the crap out of it and I lose a lot of the painterly feeling. And if I do them much bigger Painter's brushes start to bog down.

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