I'm just messing around here. Ever since my friend got me a my little pony for christmas (thank you again!) I was inspired to mess around with My Little Pony artwork. This is my first attempt, so it's not my best work. Ponies are much harder to draw than they looked! And the character is of course, Midnight, pony style. XD I may or may not do more in the future...along with legacy of kain ponies. Hope you liked it
For me to pppppppppppppooop on! (I kid, I kid!)---
anyhow..lol after getting all the My Little pony movies, I drew my favorite ones from
when I was little. There's my Ultimate favorite, Fizzy the unicorn. Then Firefly the pegasus. Then comes AppleJack the Earth pony, and finally Morning Glory the Flutter pony. HOOT! they were just doodles, but I colored them anyhow.
EDIT: Because Auctioneers like to use this piece for T-shirt prints and the like, watermarks are now on the image.
If anymore of these are brought to my attention, I will take legal action if credit and permission are not used. All it takes is an e-mail. Artists are not your personal banks.
~piraterin's Warcraft character Ooghra was the victim of ponyfication XD Turning characters into things that totally don't fit them is really great fun. From the very begining I had vision of a bald pony, hehe! you won't see that every day, but i guess that it hits the spot in giving it more wild look. For cuteness pony factor i choosed her to be a unicorn with jewel eyes
I can also hear thet cute pony voice screaming "FOR THE HORDE!"
Meet Dream Catcher Pony, Navajo Pony, and Warrior Pony! When I was little, I would play with the little pony dolls and watch the 'My Little Pony Tales' show. When I graduated from high school, a friend gave me a little painted horse from a collection called The Trail of Painted Ponies (website here [link] ), as a graduation present. The horse figurine that she gave me was painted to look like the work of ancient American Indian cave paintings. This gift and the My Little Ponies gave me an idea to make some little ponies of my own. With American Indian designs, I came up with Dream Catcher Pony (on the bottom), Navajo Pony (in the middle) and Warrior Pony (on the top).