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    awasommeee....cool artcreation....keep it up....! thanks 4 stopping by,
    actuly the carricature of my friend is not a programer but he is a media research guy.

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    thanks for stopping by my sketchbook
    post 289 is flippin awesome and I cannot wait to see more of Black Milk



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    CastorFiber: tack så mycket

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    So im finally done for this year - actually Im done with my bachelor degree in computer science. Lots of fun actually

    Started doodling on some rusty mechanic pieces of whatever-machines. I see them as studies for a .... new project

    trying to loosen up and using new brushes. I can't keep using the round brush for the rest of my life


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    cheesy gas mask painting with cheesy rim light

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    the mi-24 Hind. experimenting with some brushes

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    Nice Brushwork man, especially with the rusty mechanical parts.
    Keep on rocking with your experiment with the brushes, for me it's still learning how to paint in a decent way with the hard round brush before I start using custom brushes. ^^

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    Nicky S: great to hear!

    more fun with the brushes

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    Environment sketch of a tundra. The tower's characteristic features in the far background can be recognized as the Kola Superdeep Borehole scientific project.

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    Daaaaaaamnnn... That environment piece is looking good. Thanks to the atmospheric perspective you can't really guess how big it is, but you now it's BIG.

    Thnx for stopping by.

    Keep it up.

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    awesome sketchbook. i really like the creepiness of it. hella sick!

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    a couple of balloon concepts. These are not hot air balloons, but light weight gas like helium, so they can generate more lift without being that big.

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    Business card that can transform into an easel..



    “More that meets the eye” is a saying these days are referring to the newly produced Transformers-movies.

    This is a personal project. I offer services ranging illustration, concept art, graphic design and more computer science related things like web design and programming.

    I often feel like my services vary a lot. But to me it is important to maximize the format and deliver innovative solutions within set boundaries. To me this card design suggests a bit of that vision

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    Congratulations on your computer science degree! i got my computer science degree as well this summer .

    I really like your brush-work it has a very interesting and fresh look to it.

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    Grym stil gillar den mycket! Ser fram emot att se fler bilder från greenscreen projektet!

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    Fumble: thank you. congrats yourself. I'll keep doing some programming during the holidays. Can't get enough. Thanks for commenting on my brush work - its quite experimental these days!

    Nellin: tackar så mycket. Ja, det hoppas jag med! Blir nog en ny runda i studion om inte för länge..

    posting a WIP. Working on setting a theme in some post-apocalyptic arctic tundra environment. Here an encounter scene with an MT-LB V in the foreground.

    + a quick portrait from observation


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    Wow. Your style is intense. I love it.

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    IanE: Thank you very much!

    Updated a bit

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    Really like your edges and values man. you could use some work on that perspective though. and keep scale in mind aswell. that personal carrier looks supersmall compared to the soldiers. it would only fit 1 or two soldiers max (or 3 if they are lying down stacked).

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    oh hey, the last digi paints look nice! Love the conveyed mood and themes!

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    Wasker: good pointers, thank you. Fixed up a little bit. Glad you liked the values.

    Hideyoshi: Thanks a lot. good to hear!

    Some update, I guess its done for now..

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    Thank you for visiting my SB and offering sound advice. I really appreciate it. Your stuff here is amazing, and the fact that you have a job doing it really inspires me to push myself even further. Oh, and the man with the baby coming out of his mouth...is that George W. Bush the Baby Eater?

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    Wow!! amazing work here i love the Atmosphere in your peices.
    Till next time -Jamie

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    wow i love the compositions you're up to.. crazy stuff in general.. thanks for sharing

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    Last picture is awesome, Egil. Alot of suble valueshifts and colours going on in there.

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    Really nice sb you've got here Egil .
    Those business cards are so cool . You're portraits are great as well. Love "Virtuoso Violence" btw.

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    Really awesome SB here! Good work, mang! Make me want to paint more enviros now! Woo hoo! Keep up the great work!

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    I like how you managed to capture that sense of desolation with that tundra scene. Makes me want to do something similar...

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    keep rockin' my eyeballs man...i am loving that last tundra piece!!!!!!

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