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    Emils Sketches

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    the rest of the same.

    More of them.















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    These are nice drawings. Good expression and gesture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phizpietl View Post
    These are nice drawings. Good expression and gesture!

    Phil Lietz
    Hey, thanks. Do you have any tips on how to go from greyscale to color in paintings. I saw you had a few greyscales in you gallery and some where also with color.

    Emil

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    Some nice sketches. It looks like there's some Skottie Young influence in those.


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    great sketches the third one is absolutely amazing

    "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. " -Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Some nice sketches. It looks like there's some Skottie Young influence in those.
    Thanks Never heard of Skottie Young though, maybe you can link me cus all I found was Marvel Covers of some Skottie and I doubt that's the guy you meant. I don't see any resemblence to the Marvel Style in my style.

    Cheers!

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    Oops. Wrong call, I guess. Take a look at the links, though. I think you'll like his work. I can especially recommend his OZ series. The last two links show some sample pages from the OZ comics.

    http://skottieyoung.deviantart.com/gallery/

    http://marvel.com/news/comicstories....and_of_oz_%234

    http://marvel.com/news/comicstories....and_of_oz_%234


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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Oops. Wrong call, I guess. Take a look at the links, though. I think you'll like his work. I can especially recommend his OZ series. The last two links show some sample pages from the OZ comics.
    Wow, Ok, it's Marvel but sure doesn't look like the ones I found on google, this was really cool man, thanks!

    While where at it, I'll link you some stuff of people I admire.

    Sven Nordqvist- http://radiogodis.se/Img/1983a.jpg
    http://www.soderkopingsbokhandel.se/...rminsyster.jpg

    Alvaro Tapia- http://www.grafisktforum.org/attachm...1&d=1245186369
    http://www.grafisktforum.org/attachm...0&d=1245220867

    John Bauer- http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...Bauer_1915.jpg
    http://www.vonbuchholz.com/wp-conten...ohn-bauer1.jpg

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    wow m8!! I just thought that before I go to sleep I should check some new sb's and I found yours and it truly made me happy. You have some awesome stuf here, I love the desigh of your characters and your overall technique. The images have feeling and atmosphere which I personally think is really hard to get. I absolutely love your work and will subscribe your sb so please post some more. Night to you m8

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintMyBrain View Post
    wow m8!! I just thought that before I go to sleep I should check some new sb's and I found yours and it truly made me happy...
    Haha thanks man, I was just about to drop to the bed myself. What I can tip about if you have a problem with getting the character out of the character if you're following me, is to try to choose a character that's in a certain mood, and forget about the anatomy and all that shit, doesn't matter if you can nail the feeling. Try to get yourself to feel the same thing as the character you want to draw. Don't draw a line until you have the feeling inside you and things will happen. That's what I go for atleast.

    I'll post more since someone's asking!

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    Really awesome work Emil! Absolutely love your gesture and character in some of these.
    I can tell you are getting to know this guy well just from these sketches. He feels like he has a quite well defined character.

    Keep up the good work dude, Gonna love seeing some more of this!

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    Viking/DarkAge/LowFantasy

    Ok, here's an upload of my viking project. And some stuff are not from it.































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    hello!

    i really enjoyed looking through these drawings keep posting more please they are fantastic!

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    I can only see the last picture on the first post (because my school uses proxies, really hard to view pictures) But just that one makes me giggle. It's really awesome, his facial expression is priceless.

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    PoO-kiE Thanks I'll definately post more then

    Garble Arch Maybe you have a better computer at home? I found the process of the attachments dreadful since I had so many sketches. Glad you liked it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHATandy View Post
    Really awesome work Emil! Absolutely love your gesture and character in some of these...
    Thanks Andy!

    I'll be uploading as many as I can, just gotta get that scanner plugged in again, it's around here somewhere...

    Cheers!

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    haha bara för att du är svensk måste jag få lägga ett inlägg på svenska Bra tips du gav där, är verkligen svårt att hitta den där känslan men ska försöka lite på det. Tycker iallafall att dina bilder är riktigt snygga och har verkligen just känsla. Fortsätt på detta spår. Var bor du och hur gammal är du förrästen? Kolla in i min sb om du har lust någon gång

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintMyBrain View Post
    haha bara för att du är svensk måste jag få lägga ett inlägg på svenska Bra tips du gav där, är verkligen svårt att hitta den där känslan men ska försöka lite på det. Tycker iallafall att dina bilder är riktigt snygga och har verkligen just känsla. Fortsätt på detta spår. Var bor du och hur gammal är du förrästen? Kolla in i min sb om du har lust någon gång

    Jag bor i Sundsvalls trakten och fyller 21 i sommar. Försöker hitta frilansjobb och bygga nytt portfolio. Kom just hem från ett halvår i Portugal som praktikant på ett spelföretag som heter Seed Studios. Men Conceptart och Spelvärlden är alldeles för stel för mig egentligen. Det finns inget rum för innovationer i branschen vilket tråkar ut mig på en gång. Jag skriver en bok om karaktären på första inlägget också och ska försöka få den publicerad när den är klar. 3D är ändå inte det jag gillar mest så jag satsar på 2d nu ett tag. Får se vad som händer.

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    Wow! Great pencil style! I like the butterfly hunter! Thanks for sharing! Keep on posting that characters adventures!

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    Jag är 21, alltså också 89a och har halva släkten i Sundsvall hehe Kul att du varit i Portugal, det lät häftigt alltså. Skriver böcker också, du verkar vara en kille med mycket drömmar, är kul att höra. hehe okej, ja 3d är inget för mig heller. Jag vill bara bli bra på att teckna, har du några fler härliga tips? Är så svårt att veta var man ska börja, har mest tecknat lite allt möjligt för att få upp ett intresse men vill bli duktig på människor nu. Tycker Loomis är svår att förstå :/ / Brain

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    Fun sketchbook! Your sketches has a lot of life and humor to them, love em so far. That character you drew a couple of times is horrific! What a creep

    Keep em comin'!

    PS: kyss mig mjukt på läpparna
    that'd be my secret hint that I'm swedish too!

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    Update

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loathsome View Post
    Fun sketchbook! Your sketches has a lot of life and humor to them, love em so far. That character you drew a couple of times is horrific! What a creep

    Keep em comin'!

    PS: kyss mig mjukt på läpparna
    that'd be my secret hint that I'm swedish too!
    Haha! I had your nationality at 'Conny'!

    For me humor and bodylanguage has always gone first. Anatomy is something to be played with not ruled by.

    The creep sure will keep coming!

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    Wow I really like your line drawings! Lots of personality in them.
    Concerning your greyscale digi painting, I think that you went a bit overboard with the rendering of flesh. Flesh and clothing have different local value, and flesh is usually limited in its value range.

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    and u keep posting awesome stuf :=)

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    i fuckin love your pencil sketches man.

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    i like the way you draw trees n shit, it's really nice. if anything you could work a little bit on your shading and anatomy is a little wonky here and there even for a distorted style

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    Nice work. I especially like the positions and expressions. On the pic with the man and the houses, i think the perspective and position of the man is a little bit wrong.

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