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    -M.Aberg´s Sketchbook-

    Hello all!

    Im starting up a new sketchbook because my old one feels a bit outdated. I havent updated it for a couple of years actually :/ I will do my best to keep this one alive.

    I feel excited to give this another go. Hope you will enjoy my artwork

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    My first contributions

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    Zbrush stuff.

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    I like where this is going.

    Please proceed.

    Only the heart intrinsically noble can succeed...
    Check out My Sketchbook: Leave critiques, encouragement, and good jokes within.

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    A work in progress.

    Thanks IanE

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    Really cool. I especially like the statue image and the zbrush work is very interesting.

    What I would shoot for, and something I'm trying to work on myself, is fleshing out your forms with more volume and confidence. (I don't mean to sound like a shampoo commercial) With a lot of the pieces here you have the areas of light and shadow blended smoothly, which makes them look flat and formless. Try to make the forms 'pop' with more confident, defined areas of light and dark.

    Sweet.

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    Hey man, good start to your sketchbook. I'm with Drin on the statue image, that's definitely my favourite - it has a real sense of form to it. The Z-Brush stuff is showing some promise too, maybe firm up some of the shapes with anatomy ref; the lizard man's shoulder blades for example. He's a cool figure though - I'd love to see a lizard tongue darting out as well for some extra character!

    Keep it up dude.

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    A couple of quick sketches from yesterday

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    Thank you Drin and Tom Jones for your constructive criticism

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    I´ve started drawing traditionaly lately. Im trying to get the anathomy right.

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    Some sketches from the last couple of weeks. Graphite on paper. Mostly from observation

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    Graphite portrait

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    Graphite sketch ...about 15 min

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    Graphite, brush and kneaded eraser

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    More Sketches. between 5 to 10 minutes each. Pretty happy with theese ones

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    your drawings are goood and i think that its a good start with zbrush try some gnomon dvds and watch binary divinity The birth of a creature

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    A couple of sketches. Graphite, charcoal and white chalk.

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    The first from observation and the second two from imagination

    Charcoal, bic and graphite

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    very good works but you should focus on modelling.

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    Graphite portrait of my sister that i gave her for christmas.

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    Realy like the pencil and graphite sketches... And the portrait rocks

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    Your studies are looking good, but your figure drawings seem to lack dimensionality/ they look a little flat. Maybe when you're doing studies it would be of benefit for you to spend some time doing studies where you just focus on the overall geometric shapes/structure to make sure you really get the 3-dimensionality of bodies. Think about where things are in space!

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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1274435646 is just awesome! You grasped it!

    If not from photo-reference - even more respect (but even if so, still very good)!

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    Shadowseeker: Thanks

    Amarok: Thanks for your contructive critisism I agree with you.

    Graworks: It´s from reference. Thanks

    Heavens: Glad you like my work

    Here are some quick sketches. Graphite

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    A couple of more quick graphite sketches.

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    I felt that i got stuck drawing female bodies so here are a couple of males

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