Sketchbook: Pavlovian machinery
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    Pavlovian machinery

    Figured I'd start a new sketchbook since the previous one kinda died down and is out of date anyway. All kinds of feedback is dearly appreciated!

    So hi, Emiel here, I'm 20 and I like to do everything from inks and comics to painting and designing ugly creatures.

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    I love the first two, you've got a beautiful style in your paintings.
    And the last inked piece is gorgeous too! Post more. ;D

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    Elz, thank you very much.

    Designed myself a new character yesterday.
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    You have good rendering skills, but for the horse, you don't seem to use a lot of hard edges, some parts seem to "fade". Try using a hard brush more often.
    Your inking is also good, I hope you'll mix them with your digital painting.

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    Cool work, you have some really great rending skills, I particularly like the contrast between the striking red and the soft white hues in the zombie/demon horse design.

    Great work, keep it coming.

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    first one is the best!! i like it because the lighting/colours work best, it reacts really nicely to the environment light, and the light it seems to emit itself. the piece also has a very nice focus in the detailed head, and is a bit more loose in the other areas. very awesome!

    the other colour ones are... um... they look more like they're made up of individual parts that don't blend so well, like the fur and sinew and bones on that yeti. just my 2c

    then the dogs are awesome again! such beautiful shapes!

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    I love the textures in the lineworks. A great start to a sb. I'm looking forward to seeing a lot more.

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