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grandanvil
Brian Craft
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Good day - I am unavailable for commission work until the end of July. I am currently working on a costume build for Comic Con this year. If you are interested at that time please email me.

You can contact me here or briancraft@cox.net. Please do not contact me with promise to pay or free works. Thank you

I support creativity and roleplayers but do not always have time to help.
If you wish to use my artwork for roleplaying purposes make sure you follow the below guidelines.
*My signature must remain on anything that is reposted to the internet.
*My artwork is not to be altered in any way if it is reposted to the internet.
If I find works online where the above mentioned was disregarded I will prosecute to the fullest extent following guidelines of copyright infringement.
Thank you.

Current Residence: Omaha, Nebraska
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Large
Print preference: None
Favourite genre of music: None
Favourite photographer: None
Favourite style of art: Fantasy Illustration
Operating System: PC & Mac
MP3 player of choice: Iphone5
Shell of choice: 357 Hollowpoint
Wallpaper of choice: Plain Black
Skin of choice: Mine
Favourite cartoon character: Wolf Head from fire and Ice
Personal Quote: No, but I like the "F" word alot.
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rezcot Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Great style, very detailed.
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ChargedGraphite Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2014  Professional General Artist
Fantasy is definitely your niche, my friend. 

Outstanding work there. I've noticed a couple of odd looking pieces with your hero work, like Captain America. Could just be a lack of interest in the style choice used on my part.

None the less, everything you are doing with the fantasy realm stuff works. 

Let me know if you ever start up a book in that arena.
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CerealGuy Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2013
Fantastic Gallery.  Do you color your own lines?  The subdued colors work really well with your characters.  I like your detailed armor without going overboard.
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ajpetersen Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey do you care if I use your Fantasy art for tokens on roll20.net? I'm not distributing them, just using them for Player Character game tokens.
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grandanvil Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you for the compliment! If it is for personal use on roll20, I dont see a problem with it. Normally anything posted to the net would need to retain my signature on it. I don't see how that is possible for a token.
If it is possible then keep my signature on it, if the token is too small then don't worry about it. If it is for a character profile page where you can keep the signature then please do. I appreciate you asking first. I will check out the sight further and let you know if we would ever run into copyright infringement. Have Fun!
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ajpetersen Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I keep the full image on character profile so you can see your signature. For some tokens I simply use the same picture and it shrinks to a 5'x5' square in game (too small to read signature), and I used Maptool TokenTool to cut out face pictures with a border now that I know you don't mind. It is for personal use only, nothing will be distributed. My profile page features your art, signature included. I would not claim  your work as my own. However I have been trying to emulate your fantasy art style in some of my own work which is for personal use only. I am by no means as skilled as you, but I really love the anime-lite flavor of your fantasy heroes. I hope you take that as the compliment it was intended to be.
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