Aaron Silverberg's Sketchbook
Hello! My name's Aaron Silverberg, I'm 20 years old, and Im a freelance concept artist and illustrator. I'm starting this sketchbook as a way to keep track of my progress and to share my work. Feedback and critique is appreciated!
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Here's an assortment of different type's of work to start things off!
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Ohh, really digging this sketchbook already.
I will subscribe to this thread.
I like your technique when using ink or pencil, it makes the pictures look alive, like the lines are swarming.
Great start, and great variety!, keep em coming!
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Agreed, very nice start. I think you are going to kick some ass!
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@Allerleiraune, @AwesomeShane, @pindurski Thanks guys!
Here's another assortment of work...
^Waiting rooms are great places to draw people!
Planer skull studies, the rest are from figure drawing sessions.
Really digging your studies. I love to sketch so I can really appreciate your line work. Keep pushing mate!
I love the sinuous smooth lines of your studies
and that tree in your first post is mind-blowing! Is it from reference??
@chevy Thanks man! @ Kuroro Thanks you! That tree drawing was half from life, half from photo ref.
Here are a few Ipad color studies from life! I used the app ProCreate to paint these.
This last one is done in Photoshop from Imagination
Great sketchbook man! Loving your figure drawings and that last environment you did from imagination looks awesome, keep it up!
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Start off with some designs from imagination
Tree from life
Here's another bunch of sketches and studies.
This one started with a quick sketch from life, and used that to imagine the lighting
Here is some stuff from imagination
The rest are sketches and studies from life and photo ref
Copy from Artistic Anatomy, which has some great anatomy illustrations!
copies of da Vinci's skull studies
Goin to make a smaller post so I don't overload the first page, although I may have already >.>
Here are some quick digital still life studies, from life
"Tangled and Unraveling"
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