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    Nicklas Forsberg Artworks/portfolio

    Hiya, my name is Nicklas Forsberg, and i have posted some of
    paintings here before... But instead of flooding you with paintings
    (although it's not too often ) i'll just add them to this thread instead.

    I work in Adobe Photoshop using a wacom intuos a4.
    No references used if not stated so.


    Hope you like.
    Here is my latest painting:


    Eruption "Final"



    Evergrey "Final"



    Sacred Fantasy



    Hope you like some of them

    Sincerely
    Nicklas Forsberg

    Portfolio:
    http://www.nalf.se/paintings
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    And here are some older stuff that you might already seen.

    Before the War


    Untouched Landscape


    Skullbridge


    Between sky and ocean


    Sincerely
    Nicklas Forsberg

    Portfolio:
    http://www.nalf.se/paintings
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    läckert!
    I really like your style, very fresh

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    Damn, your stuff is full of magic!

    Amazing!

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Absolutely breathtaking, Evergrey is my favorite. Skullbridge is pretty sweet too.

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    Evergrey is awesome. Very nice mood to your work.

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    wow, those are marvelous! just one question: are they all completely painted, or did you use other stuff from PS?

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    Hey there, looking good. They look they've been painted with airbrush, almost to smooth. And the light is really strong in all of them. Though it brings a very good mood, but it gets just a little messy if you look at it in a compositional way.
    It's nice to see so many swedes around here

    Hugs!

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    Sacred fantasy is magical..great stuff.

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    Wow! Skullbridge is my favourite... looks absolutely enchanting

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    These are pretty nice, they remind me of these binders and folder that all the girls had when i was in elementary school. They had a lot of the same stuff that you did like forests with creatures and unicorns and galaxies and such, it was really cool stuff too. The one thing that bothers me the most is the unicorns horn, it looks like a drill bit for that mega-man boss drill-man, not a horn. I think it should look more like a norwhals tusk.

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    While your rendering is very well done, I do have a few crits for you.

    Firstly, in a few of your pieces (Skullbridge, mostly) your light sources seem a bit confusing. For instance - the grass on the bark/rock in the middle of the picture doesn't seem to be really be affected by the light sources that I can see - it seems like they're reacting to a kind of general, atmospheric, diffused light. The bridge, on the otherhand, is recieving a decently strong light from above...but this is not seen on the bridge itself - instead, most of the bridge is enveloped in shadow.

    Of course, this all could just be your style (which I DO like), so disregard the above if this is the case.


    Secondly, in the piece entitled, "Before the War", the horse seems like it is slightly lacking in its "anatomical correctness". The legs seem a little too stiff, and the head a little too big. The ears seem the wrong shape, and the general positions of the facial features seem a bit off.

    Horse Body
    Horse Head

    Lastly, the horn is growing from the skull at an angle - it would probably ( in my opinion, at least), look a little better if it were perpendicular to the skull instead.


    Hope I didn't seem too harsh I really like the colors in the "Sacred Fantasy" piece, though. Very nice!

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    the first 3 are definitly the strongest... cool atmosphere- your unicorn probably could have been better with some reference

    nice work!

    Mike Phillips
    www.mikephillips.ca
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