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Pinkamina Pastel by Madness-with-Reason Pinkamina Pastel by Madness-with-Reason
Working with some pastels one night, thought they came out nice.
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HypoThermus Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Student General Artist
I like how this turned out. Also like the style you have for drawing the Ponies overall. It certainly suits the slightly wicked aesthetic you're trying to develop.
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Madness-with-Reason Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks man, always had a taste for grimdark but with substance and somehow ended up with this, I am still working on it. But yeah thanks for the feedback man. I am also really liking your style, dark and bold with marker finesse.
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HypoThermus Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Aw, shucks! I really appreciate that comment. =D
If you like some "grimdark but with substance", I'd be curious to see what you have to say about my MLP/Elfen Lied crossover.
By the way, thanks for the watch!
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Madness-with-Reason Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Student General Artist
I like the subject matter, you did a good job with the crossover. The strokes are nice and even and the background supports the foreground well even with all the pink. The line work is pretty smooth too, shows a good amount of confidence. The thing that I think takes away form the picture is the line work in the hair, I know the anime style supports a line heavy style but it takes all the attention away and has become the vocal point. My eyes keep traveling back to the hair even though that's not the thick of the picture. Try more watercolor techniques for better texture so you don't have to rely on lines to convey hair flow or anything similar. Some more highlights would be nice to give the picture some pop, try to keep the line work in the foreground, the cliffside is too dark and merges with the foreground too much losing depth in the picture. Be sure to always keep track of the form, it looks good but her body loses shape in a few spots. 
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