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Thread: Keigos Sketchbook
August 25th, 2009 #1
I'm kinda new here in Conceptart, though I've known this site for a long time. I guess I waited for so long 'cause I was a bit anxiety that there are so many great skilled artist here.
But after a hangover last weekend I decided to join in and show some of my stuff. I hope some of you find them intresting.
Cheers everone and any comments or feedback are welcome!
Last edited by keigo; August 25th, 2009 at 07:46 AM.
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really good stuff! man I haven't seen anything close to anime here since..xD since never.
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August 25th, 2009 #3
Thank you Sukizan! I'm really glad that you do think some of my art looks anime-ish Though I like to experiment with different japanese styles and techniques.
June 23rd, 2010 #4
It's been a while, been working like crazy with my daily job and my freelance artist job. Here's some of my new stuff, very mixed with the styles and technique. Hope you like it and maybe leave some feedback as I'm trying to improve my skills
June 23rd, 2010 #5
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July 2nd, 2010 #7
Thanks guys for your comments and feedback! I'll definitely think about to bring some warmer colours next time, she looks a bit cold I must agree
Here are some latest illustration from me, it's kinda gay-friendly. Though not in the style yaoi-manga or what the call it, don't like that style a bit. I prefer to draw men as real men, even if it's manga Hope you like them too!
Last edited by keigo; July 2nd, 2010 at 07:29 AM.
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Nice stuff! Something that seems off to me is your facial proportions sometimes. For example, in the second-to-last picture of the guy tying his shoes, his forehead and nose appear very large, while his jaw seems quite small in comparison. I realize that you are going for a stylistic approach, but I think making the faces more realistic proportionally-speaking would make your art more believable. I hope that helpsHere's my sketchbook!
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July 2nd, 2010 #9
Hey, cool to see your work on the boards! You say you're trying to improve your skills, however I think you're already very skillful at what you do. What is it you want to improve in?
Jag blev helt paff när jag såg din thumbnail. Har ju sett dina serier i tidningen skitcoolt!
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July 9th, 2010 #10
Blizzard5291: Thanks for the feedback and you have some good points about the faces. I guess I like big noses, in an unconscious level I'll try to remember your words till next time.
DefiledVisions: Thank you very much for your compliments. I still think I've still a lot to learn/improve, or push myself to a new limit. I guess that's why I've been drawing my whole life (like everybody here)
And thank you again for having read my comicstrip Keigo. It's always fun to know that people actually read it on the newpapers or on the net in Sweden
August 17th, 2010 #11
I've made some new pics lately, most of them are comission related, but I managed to make one for my own interest. Hope you guys can give me some feedback! Thanks in advance!
First out is a comission to Stockholm (Sweden) Gay Pride, they had an art project "Yes We Can" which they auction out. All the money went to raise funds for research on HIV and AIDS.
Second is a comission to a Swedish magazine Mums (Mums = Yummy). The illustration is to an article with the title "Bind me, Love me". Well, you might figure out what the article is about
Third is the last comission, portraits of the swedish radio editorial staff on P3 summersection. I'm not satified with all of the portraits 'cause I only had a week to make six of them.
Fourth and the last one is a illustration for my own. I wanted to test my skills if I could make a illustration that could fit to fashion magazines or something in that direction. It took some time to make it 'cause I didn't had any plan how it's gonna look like in the end. Hope it looks representative
August 22nd, 2010 #12
Hey guys! I don't know if there's a lot of people who also draws comics here, so I want to contribute some of my autobiographic comic strip Keigo. It's still on-going and only published in Sweden so far, but I hope some of you find it fun or somehing
August 28th, 2010 #13
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October 15th, 2010 #14
http://www.kingdompleased.com/work%2.../bill&bull.jpg that's cool xD
Your style is really nice!
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October 18th, 2010 #15
Björn: Thanks man, you know there'll be more soon!
Klaus Reinbach III: Thanks and I'm glad you like my style. I like to try other methods and techniques all the time, but still keep my essence in my arts. It's hard, but fun too Please keep looking for future updates in my sketchbook (altough it doesn't contain a lot sketches yet, but they'll be more I hope)
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