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Hi! Long time since I posted anytning so I thought I'd start a new sketchbook.
This is part of the harvest of my café sketches. Many cups of coffee and the company of my good friend Mr B.
Comments and critiques are welcome.
Hey man, great work on the rendering of your characters. and great start to new sketchbook. Lovin the panels. And especially the guy with the enormous suit of armor. Keep posting.
Amazing! Great stuff e very good start with this SB. I like your rendering style and your great sense of volume.
Keep sharing, cheers!
Keep up the awesome drawings man. The 1st one gets my eyes attention the most haha, coo.
cool stuff man really liking the last post there, my fav is the unicorn/spider in your second post, you've just been Bookmarked.
"The headstrong may win many battles...
But only the strong of heart will survive the war."
There is a tiger in the bathroom.
Back to the ol' sketchbook
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this stuff is really neat.
Great knowledge of anatomy.
Härligt, posta mer!
You're not only my best friend, you saved my life by being so damn inspirational.
Much Love.. Mr.B
Great to hear you like it.
Here are a few more.
Needless to say, your work is amazing. I'll hope I see some more soon
damn it, this one is amazing.
Some of these have enormous potential. You're an exceptional pencil artist who knows the elephant tusk from common weaponry. Your character designs remind me of "Dinotopia."
Keep doing you
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looking good, bro.
i dig the last one in the first post. it show progress.
^^ great start. i love your lines http://www.danielrosenberg.se/Sketch..._lookupboy.jpg my fav no doubt! keep it up
nice stuff dude
wow! man are your pencils amazing!!!!
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Thanx to everyone, it really warms me up. I hope to keep these updates coming at a steady pace.
I really like the way you shade in pencils. That's exactly what I'm trying to learn a solid technique for myself at the mo. I've always felt more comfy using pens to sketch and shade.
I could learn a lot from your technique I think. Looking forward to seeing some more.