-"Once upon a time an artist called Gustave Dore has illustrated The Bible. His drawing technique, as I can witness here, lives on, quite modern and stunningly pleasant for viewer. American illustrators like Coll, Flagg, Wrightson et.al. have the great tradition continued through your endeavour. I am stunned. I salute your talent."- Boyann
-"Your work has the strength and grace of Frazetta.... with a lot more detail ! You just AMAZE me ! I could easily comment on every piece of artwork on your page, telling you how awesome each of them are ! .... and when I have more time.... I will !" - Jim
Q: What do you use to ink your art? A: mainly Sakura Micron Pens for detail and a brush & ink for fills
Q: Licensing of Andy's art? A: Yes, Andy has many images available for licensing. If you would like to license some of Andy's work, email for details.
This is my own project and vision that is set in a dark world I created.
Posted below are a few pages from the Chaos Destiny sketchbook. This is the sketchbook/ journal of the main character Athan Cyprus.
Click on the page images to view them larger and to read Athan's thoughts on the images.
More to come from this project.
Book of Chaos Destiny
Cold Seed Burning
Blue Light Chicago
Videos of Interest
Frazetta: Painting w/Fire
NIN- In This Together
Blade Runner: Final Cut
If the pics on this page don't show, then there are some temporary problems with photobucket. I've noticed this a few times now. The images should be back shortly and in the mean time you can see my art here: Deviant Art page
Official Blog and Collection of Links for Andy Brase (BRA-Z) art and news
Andy is an artist best known for his dark character, creature and cover illustrations done in his intense and unique inking style. His cover art has appeared on many comic books for companies including Dark Horse, Marvel and Image Comics. He has also done art in numerous other areas including RPG book art, album art, concept design, T-shirt design, card art, private commission art and personal work.
Andy's work has been featured several times in "Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art" and in the Spectrum Exhibition at the Museum of American Illustration in New York City.