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    love your subtlety in handling trees. you have a great way of suggesting form. they are by far the hardest thing for me to draw!
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    Yngling,
    your workflow lets me breathless, i'm inspired. You're a nuclear bOmb!
    i'll return to see your progress.
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    highly awesome skeletuns right there dude.
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    Hey, what a great sketchbook! I really like it, and this medieval caravan on top of this page is realla really cool. Very dynamic lines and even it's just a sketch you can recognize a lot of details. I give you 5 stars and looking forward for more
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    Thanks all!

    Well well, quite a break I've taken here. School has been one hell of a ride, and there have been some very unfortunate personal circumstances, so I must admit I almost forgot about you guys...

    I'll remedy some of that by posting a few pieces from a while back. I have worked on a fantasy cardgame along with some other aspiring artists. It was pretty much a hobby project but we invested serious amounts of time and effort in it. The plan was to get it published in some way, but so far we haven't had much luck with that. Ah well. It was a great experience anyway.

    I did the artwork for 2 of the races in the game. They were mostly classics: Humans and Undead. I decided to do both in different media. Humans are all done with acrylic (plus some coloured pencil here and there) on paper. Dor the Undead I went all digital. It has certainly helped me develop my digital skills greatly!

    First up: sketches and preliminary design work for the Humans!

    I'll upload some more stuff in the coming weeks, when I find time. I'm pretty happy with a lot of it, so I can't resist showing it off!
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    Some final artworks for the Humans (all acrylic).
    Last edited by Yngling; October 25th, 2010 at 02:20 PM.
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    A few odds and ends, to finish up this batch.
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    Oh my god Yngling! Those final paintings are outstanding! Their so interesting to look at I cant even describe how much I like them! This is definetly one of my favourite sketchbooks on CA, always look forward to your posts!

    Are those undead sketches for your story? or for the CHOW challenge? I like the line work, very tattered, just like them
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    jesus christ.. last update is sick even. Mad progress all over, great stuff.
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    Interesting style, I've never been a huge fan of (drawing) the undead, but some of your sketches might change my mind, they have a certain really nice feel to them.
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    Malakuko: Gracias! The sketches were also for the cardgame project. Thinking of it, I should have much more (and better) sketches for it somewhere, gotta find my old sketchbook...

    Tigermilk: It was fun to watch the progress. There's many differences between the pieces I made at the start of the project and those done towards the end. The only way to get better is to do it.

    Calader: I'll see if I can dig up some more sketches.

    For now, I have a few sketches from my small 12x16 cm sketchbook (and one from my Moleskine). Mostly done during breaks and lectures...
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