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    Thanks a bunch anivy. Will try to get a bit more foreshortening into my schedule.

    Meanwhile;







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    Thumbs up

    wow, your value sense and grasp of space is very very good, but i must agree with some others that your landscapes and environments seem to be where your emotions are. the dramatic sense of space you have is really nice to see, especially in your skies.

    i would love to see some more intense expressions in those portraits!

    take a peek at my SKETCHBOOK?

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    Thanks AngeUnge. It's defintely true that there's more to my landscapes than to my figures/ portraits. I'm trying. I guess there's a lot of practice time missing still.

    This is a WIP for the special EOW (due 21st of December):



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    your skills are quite refined i really like your portraits and the environments
    the last one looks intresting
    keep up the good work!!

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    Your sense of light and value are great. Made even greater with the use of color in you landscapes. Great sketchbook.

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    Hrrgh

    And here I was, satisfied with the idea of being a lurker for a little while longer. You dun broke me out of my shell, boy (but only momentarily). Great stuff so far, man!

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    oh my GAWD STAHP!!! my eyes will get blind from the awesomness, id love to know more about your art journey! did you study by yourself? what subject did you struggle with? im sorry for the direct questions but its cuz when i see art as compelling and captivating as yours i just want to know more about the artist hehehe, anyhow please keep on sharing im subscribed!

    PS:your diagrams of the face in the top helped me understand better the brow and base of the nose area of the face, wich i always had some trouble with, im so thankful for that! !

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    Thanks for breaking your silence, Nick! It's very much appreciated =)

    lionheart,
    thanks for your kind words. No problem at all about the questions, I'll try to answer as well as possible. I am self-taught in the sense that I never went to any kind of art school. Now as I'm getting more into it by the day I wonder whether I might not do that in the future after all. I'm only 3 semesters away from graduating in psychology/linguistics, so I'll definetely finish that, but I'm not sure what will happen afterwards. I found that the more I do, the more I draw and learn, the more I realize that this is what I love. Which is kind of a predicament- but you know what they say, it's never too late to turn a ship around- and I'm 'only' 23 years old (will be around 25 when I graduate) so it's not that late I guess.
    About subjects that I had to struggle with, I guess I'd say just about everything. Everything is difficult until it becomes easy. The only thing that for some reason just "came to me" without much dedicated study is a sense of colour and atmosphere (that I guess came from just looking at tons and tons of artwork, photographs etc.). Everything else I had and have to struggle with. Currently I'm getting more into anatomy. If you like the diagram of the head, don't thank me, go and get Glen Vilppu's DVD on anatomy, that's where I took that from. It's absolutely astounding how much knowledge Vilppu will get across in just a few hours.
    Hope I answered your questions to a satisfying degree, if you'd like to know more, just ask way.

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    great sb! really like the environments and pencils! keep it up!

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    Hey benedikt,

    Superb studies ( both traditional and digital). The spacecraft design also caught my attention. Would love to see more stuff from imagination from you.

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    Thanks kevin! Will do!

    Thank you Tea of Doom. I've been doing lots of studies recently, you're right, a bit more from imagination or even finished illustrations would be good. WIth christmas approaching time is a bit of a problem though =)

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    I take my hat off for your art is absolutely gorgeous! Seriously it's just breath-taking! Keep doing what you do! :)

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    Those are some nice environment pieces, keep up the great work!

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    You good sir are beyond awsome, I will be an enthusiastic susbcriber !!!

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    Beautiful, inspirational work. Thanks for the progressive digital still life photos, they are very helpful.

    It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip. It's probably the best drawing I've ever done.



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