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ArtStation stop: Alexander Forssberg

From landscapes to character close ups, and from fantasy to science fiction, Alexander Forssberg’s work covers a wide field. His ArtStation page is a treasure trove of evocative images. Here are five of my favourites.

Into the Crypt

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Anyone who has sent their hero into a dungeon can identify with this image of an epic story about to begin.

Forest faces

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Fantastical stone statues (or are they sleeping giants?) contrast with the Victorian styles worn by the woman and child, making this setting potentially different again, nether fantasy nor SF.

Guardians

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Like the forest faces, this art suggest some ancient giant beings. The dress of the characters suggests a different setting this time.

Kepler 186f

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Life on an exoplanet is imagined in this piece, drenched in colour.

Viking castle

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Looming over the ships and simpler dwellings, the castle occupies a commanding presence on its arch of rock.

 

See these images and more at Alexander Forssberg’s ArtStation page.

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3 comments on “ArtStation stop: Alexander Forssberg

  1. Josh Glover
    December 12, 2016

    Such incredible artworks, every piece has such an intriguing composition and point of view especially ‘Into the Crypt’, I’m heading over to his ArtStation page now for more haha. Thanks for introducing me to such an inspirational artist!

    • davekay
      December 12, 2016

      Thanks Josh, ArtStation is a real treasure trove, and I intend to showcase other artists in the future.

      • Josh Glover
        December 14, 2016

        You’re welcome, I look forward to seeing more!

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