Well, here's the bride for the royal wedding, Princess Cadance. Apparently, her name is Cadance, not Cadence, but that's according to EQD. On another note, I think I might stop linking new wallpapers in the description, it's starting to be a pain in the neck as I gain more wallpapers. Anyway, Princess Cadance cutie mark vector here [link] Princess Cadance vector here [link]
First of all, save the .png file to your computer.
Then use this: [link] website to convert the .png image into a .ico file. Windows icons use the .ico format, so this step is 100% necessary. When asked for the size check all the boxes. If no images show up, make sure the save as type box says images instead of icons (icons is the default).
Once you do that, go to the folder you want to customize and make sure you aren't in library view by right clicking and clicking the "open folder location" option.
If there is not an "open folder location" option, then you are not in library view and can just skip that part.
Right click the folder and go to "properties" and click the "customize" tab. Then click "change icon" and then "browse" and find the location that you saved your .ico file. Select the .ico and hit ok.
First image of the Shire! I used this picture to practice with blur effects and experimenting with a smoother, more rounded feel. In my previous pictures, you may have noticed that I left most of the shadows with hard edges. I'd like to hear any thoughts on which method you prefer.
I ended up including Twilight in this picture, being pulled along by some random pony (if you really want to assign him a role, we can pretend it's one of the dwarves that came to accompany Bilbo on his journey to Rivendel).
The next picture is probably going to be several panels, along with some dialogue. I'm going to do my best to keep it looking good without big ugly blocks of text cluttering up the image. And I promise I won't do any wonky skewed panels .
Oh, and it's wallpaper sized, just in case you like it enough to plaster on your desktop.