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July 9th, 2014 #1
Aaron Silverberg's SketchbookHey! My name's Aaron Silverberg, I'm 20 years old, studying art from home. I'm starting this sketchbook as a way to keep track of my progress, share my work, and make friends with other artists. Feedback is appreciated!
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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.
July 10th, 2014 #4
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Really digging your studies. I love to sketch so I can really appreciate your line work. Keep pushing mate!
July 25th, 2014 #9
I love the sinuous smooth lines of your studies and that tree in your first post is mind-blowing! Is it from reference??
August 7th, 2014 #10
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Great sketchbook man! Loving your figure drawings and that last environment you did from imagination looks awesome, keep it up!
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August 24th, 2014 #13
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
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August 26th, 2014 #14
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Those still lifes are awesome man, the first one especially, captured the colour and light really well, I think it would help to really push some of these to more of a rendered state, it's nice to see lots of work being done, but I think being fast comes later, maybe spend a few days on a piece and see how far you can take it?
All the best and keep it up man!
August 29th, 2014 #16
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August 30th, 2014 #17
Wow, great stuff Aaron! - I love it that you let go of the lines, giving a sense of life to the subjects & your feeling on the forms is very well educated. Also your experiments outside of the illustrator realm - all in all works that have some soul behind - Keep doin what you are doin on your vibrant works
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September 17th, 2014 #19
Wow your evil weird designs are awesome and very unique!! Very inspiring!
And im envious of your pencil skills^^
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Man I really like that skeleton from your last post, and the illustration looks nice, I think the composition is a bit claustrophobic? and there could be a greater scale between the people and the boss/monster.
Keep it up man
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Here's a figure from imagination, a result of some fun experimentation with the mixer brush in photoshop!
Here are some 'Rave Warrior' character designs from a a while back. Check out the blogposts I linked to below for more sketches and the design process!
Blogpost on 'Batshit Hatchet Rabbit' design process
Blogpost on 'Long Fang' design Process
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