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Brad Ruminer
United States
Current Residence: Arizona
Well, I'm sitting in the airport in Chicago after attending the C2E2 comic show.  The few weeks putting my portfolio together paid off and landed me an interview with Marvel!  When I get back home, I will be receiving sequential inks from one of the Marvel editors to work on and hopefully land some work.  He has also put me in contact with other editors at Marvel, and I hope to take real advantage of this opportunity!  Wish me luck! :)

Thank to those of you that offered advice, especially Vassdeviant for suggesting the trip in the first place!

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soy-monk Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Already posted in your topic over at TFW earlier today, but I just wanted to say this again. You did some nice work with those touch ups on the RiD Cliffjumper mold. You've really sold a lot of us on the figure if we were still on the fence about getting it.
Happy Birthday!
HidaKuma Mar 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav: and watch!! :D
MarkIrwin Mar 11, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for watchinbg!
thanks for the fav
Thanks for the :+fav:Hellboy and Catwoman.


me9a7 Mar 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch :)
ToneyHadnotJr Mar 7, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Hey man, thanks for the :+fav:, what an honor coming from such a talents artist :nod: :beer:
Hey, u got it! I see talent in your work as well. You stick with it, study the work you see from artists you admire, and you'll get there! Your work just needs a little more definition on your edges, and you should study human anatomy a little more. Learn how the bones, muscles and skin work in relation to one another. You've got a pretty good grasp on perspective and foreshortening, you just need a little time on proportions. If I could, I'd recommend a series of books by Burne Hogarth, "Dynamic Anatomy" "Dynamic Figures" should be able to get them at any library. Probably the best series of figure drawing available! His other books cover drawing heads, hands etc.

Keep it up! :)
ToneyHadnotJr Mar 7, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
thanks man, i'll keep that advice, much appreciated :nod:
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