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June 6th, 2009 #1
Ragnjs COWs & EOWs plus other works
Heres a bit of my work, graphite and some simple PS. Enjoy.
Last edited by Ragnj; June 15th, 2010 at 01:54 AM.
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June 17th, 2009 #2
Ive been reworking some of these by making alot of shadings etc, will post the results when i get my hands on a decent scanner.
June 17th, 2009 #3Registered User
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hehe I would like to see more, you have an interesting approach. maybe post some real life studies.
July 3rd, 2009 #4
Some new stuff
July 3rd, 2009 #5
I appreciate your style. It strikes me as very similar to the drawings and and watercolors of J.R.R. Tolkien.
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January 27th, 2010 #13Registered User
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I love your style! Kinda reminds me of the intricacy and freedom of Spike Milligan - who I love. I can almost hear the water thundering down on 'At the end of the world'.
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March 11th, 2010 #18
"The woodland hall was being prepared for the big feast, thralls and prisoners from the whole empire were nailed to the ancient trees and ten unicorns where decapitated and drained of blood to create a shiny magnificent path leading up to her throne.
On the Queens spectacular arrival the head of Nils, elf prince and protector of all thats good and beutiful where to be spiked on the throne to celebrate the defeat and extinction of his fathers kingdom Thol"
March 11th, 2010 #19
thanks for stopping by my SB, all you're chow and EOW stuff is awesome, I'd be scared to see what you'd do after getting the hang of digital tools. keep it up man, I'd reccomend drawing from landscape photo's as much as possible to build a kind of reference library in your brain for drawing these. Most important thing though, just stick with it.
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March 12th, 2010 #21
Metal: Cheers, I just bought a wacom tablet so workin on the digital part, its way harder to get the hang off then I first thought tho. But ye landscape drawings to create a ref library is a v good idea, Ive been afraid Id lose my own personal style if I were to draw to much from rl but thats probably just an excuse to be lasy.
conga: Thanks, love art nouveau shiz!
March 12th, 2010 #22
hey nice work i esspecially like the snail castle cool style i think you could be even better if you did some landscape and perspective studies
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Helt fantastiska blyertsteckningar, dina miljöer skapar verkligen känsla och stämning.
vore grymt att se någon av miljöerna målad!
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April 28th, 2010 #28
Thanks everyone for the nice comments.
darknight: Thanks alot, I pop into youre sketchbook now and then. Im a big fan of youre fantasy, really stylish and fine use of colours. Youre snow environments are extremely good. Ill be sure to leave a post nex time.
Anton L: Im pretty shit with digital colouring atm, Ill try to improve there or get some water colouring goin (long time since I used em). Varför skriver jag på engelska? aja, nu är meningen klar så!
Smuli: Id really need some studies but I find it so strange to draw from reality, I never do anymore.
Heres a sketch for the new IDW, some sort of gigantic canon creating livable planets;
May 7th, 2010 #29
I love your work - it has a really unique feel to it, especially the graphite stuff. Keep going with the digital, ti takes a while to get it after trad stuff I think!
I can see your work illustrating spooky kids stories - it would be superb.
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May 14th, 2010 #30