-A combination wallpaper/poster of the previous three posters I have done (All available in gallery). No text included in this one. Was going for an "open" look.
--I was surprised at how many people requested something like this, and I hope this is what you were hoping for. As always, feedback is graciously appreciated. Enjoy!
---Wallpaper in 16:9 ratio. The resolution is high enough to print out in a large sheet as well to be used as a poster if desired. A higher resolution copy for massive print-outs is available upon request.
So, something a bit old, but it's something, right? I'd been meaning to post this here for a while, but it just... spaced my mind. Anyway, back in January, Equestria Daily had a mini Artist Training Grounds event, this time with a different sort of spin on it. There was a little ongoing story that Phoe wrote, and the themes were all based around that. It was a very transitional time for me, and as a result, I was only able to finish 3 of the 5 pictures during the event, but I did eventually go back and finish the last two. For whatever reason, I got it in my head to make them all featuring background ponies, all be based on a singular color theme, and all featuring ponies in different sorts of armor. I also avoided showing their eyes until the last day, because it seemed significant at the time. Anyway, I compiled them all into one image, since I did have sort of a running theme going on. I like how they look together, mostly.
Here's a list of the themes, for the record: Day One: Draw a pony in armor Day Two: Draw a pony in training Day Three: Draw a pony dueling Day Four: Draw a pony on a rescue mission Day Five: Draw a pony coming home
Yes, you can repost if desired. (However it's not to be used for commercial purposes)
It's called the Lyrian Brawler.
Why is Princess Celestia face-hoofing? She is in recall mode; the royal psychologist told her that Luna should meet new friends and engage in team building exercises to help develop her interpersonal skills. However, she just didn't realize that it would lead to something like this...
- This one took some time. How much time? Let me put it this way... It actually took a few minutes for Inkscape to render the .png file. I DO have a slow little laptop, but compared to my other vector projects this one had a lot going on. However, I am pleased with how it turned out. Enjoy!
-- NOTE: If you would like to use this vector without the shadows, spear, etc, please download the raw .svg file listed below. You will be able to open the file using a vector image program such as "Illustrator" ('Spensive as hell) or "Inkscape" (Free). If you lack the knowledge or means to open the file, let me know and I'll try and send you a copy of the file with whatever changes you want.