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    Create, delete, repeat

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    I'm a sucker for pen and ink work. Love the first image!

    The characters are well drawn and rendered and the landscapes and scenes are beautiful, I've never been any good at landscape so always envious

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    yeah eric!!!! awesome!!!!! BIKERS, TROLLS AND PIRATES, GET SOME GET SOME GET SOME ahhhhhgh

    http://www.fredrikrattzen.com

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    yeah eric!!!! awesome!!!!! BIKERS, TROLLS AND PIRATES, GET SOME GET SOME GET SOME ahhhhhgh

    http://www.fredrikrattzen.com

    looking for freelance work & commissions!
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    some work in progress.. can't figure out how to take them to colors, overlay makes all shading so dull :/

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    Trying something new

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    Some new stuff. The speeder was inspired by Sparth

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    nice work, I love it.

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    Thank you Sara! Here's some more of my latest work

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    Loving those last pieces! On the Arab market, I'd render more the 3 closest guys, especially the left one. It's a main focus point, and it's weird to find it unfinished.
    The composition in second image is just gorgeous. If it's the ship that is illuminating the little guy, I'd suggest to define more the light circle. That will strenghten the bond between the guy and the ship.
    And on the last one, besides some proportion/anatomy issues (the neck/head joint looks a bit too forward, and her right breast being big compared to the left one) it's also looking good. Keep working on these pieces!

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    Thanks a lot, very useful advice! I'll keep 'em coming

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    Hey guys, here's some of my recent stuff! Hope someone sees this
    The figure drawings and portraits were inspired by zhanglu and I got a lot of inspiration from uncharted 2 for the last two environments

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    Here's some more of my stuff from the last couple of months. I got the environment themes from Eytan Zanas blog. Hope you like them! bring the crit

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    yay! the man himself is back.. now keep this up to date!

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